Odisha welcomes you.Be it a dreamy beach holiday or a wintry night amid deep woods.Be it cosy getaways at hills or watching migratory birds chirping in the largest lake of Asia or enjoying sunrise and sunset at islands.Odisha has it all for its visitors.The onset of winter marks the beginning of the tourist season in the state and to attract tourists to different exotic and picturesque locations Odisha Tourism on Saturday announced various tour packages.
Here are the Five things to know about dream packages of Odisha Tourism department.
Tourism season begins in Odisha from October.But generally, tourists start coming in November and December.There is a series of our packages we are facilitating their trip with transport, accommodation and sightseeing,”
The tour packages are generally one day tour or weekend visits in the lap of nature at places like Chilika’s Satapada, Barakul, amazing Rambha and Gopalpur-on-sea, tranquil Taptapani, marvellous Keonjhar and Ghatgaon Tarini temple and natures trail at Panchalingeswar and wild Similipal.
In winter the scenic beauty of Odisha is marvellous. Besides weather is not very harsh so it is a great time to pack your bags and explore Odisha.
Tourists can enjoy the winter at various incredible locations across the state.Chilika lake will give a refreshing feeling with migratory birds making it their winter home.
A cruise in Chilika in its numerous islands will surely give a unique experience. The packages are ranging from Rs 1,155 to Rs 4,650 per person, which include air-conditioned transport and accommodation, all-food breakfast, lunch and dinner, entry fee and guide services.
OTDC is also offering exotic Odisha packages, including nature tour to Chandipur, Lulung waterfall (Mayurbhanj), Similipal National Park, Talsari, Chandaneswar, Digha and Bhubaneswar; wildlife and Buddhist sites, including Bhitarakanika National Park, Lalitagiri Udayagiri, Ratnagiri (Buddhist circuit Diamond Triangle), dream destinations, including Bhubaneswar, Konark, Puri, Satapada and Barkul.
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