Panchlingeswar Chandipur Bhitarkanika Tour Package

Duration : 3 Nights / 4 Days

Destination Covered : Balasore, Cuttack, Konark, Howrah

Price (Starting From) : On Request

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  • Panchlingeswar Chandipur Bhitarkanika Tour Package

Tour Itinerary

Day 1: Howrah to Balasore by train

Upon arrival at the Balasore railway station, you are received and driven to your Hotel at Panchlingeswar. This place is close to Panchlingeswar Hill.

After lunch, we will visit the Panchlingeswar Temple.

Tourists are primarily attracted to the village of Panchlingeswar to visit the Panchlingeswar Temple, which is the shrine of Lord Shiva. The temple is located on a hilltop near the Nilagiri hills and is renowned for housing five shivalingas, immersed in a small flow of water. You need to ascend 263 stairs to reach the temple. After visit this holy Temple we will go for Panchlingeswar Watch Tower. Tiffin & lunch will be served at Hotel.

Night stay at Panchlingeswar hotel.

Day 2: Early morning after breakfast visit Bhitarkanika National Park.

UNESCO, World Heritage Site, Bhitarkanika is a Hot-spot of Biodiversity. It is the home of the largest population of a saltwater crocodile in India. The land of lush green mangroves, migrating birds and turtles, the menacing estuarine crocodiles, meandering watercourses, tranquil surrounding intercepted by the chirping of birds and the ever embracing nature, entrails visitors from near and far off places to flock these unique places of tourist importance.
Olive Ridley (Lepidochelys Olivacea) is the most common sea turtle in Indian waters. Large nesting sites are found in Orissa, the largest nesting site ever recorded is Gahirmatha adjacent to Bhitarkanika.
After Visit Bhitarkanika we are shifted to Chandipur. Night stay at Chandipur Hotel.

May add one day: Kuldiha Wildlife Sanctuary, Devkund, Jagannath Mandir, King’s Palace, Chandi Mandir & Nilgiri

The Kuldiha Wildlife Sanctuary in Orissa spreads across an area of 272.75 square kilometers. The Forest ecosystem of Kuldiha provides an ideal habitat for the largest herbivore, the Gaur as well as the burrowing Pangolin, tiger, elephant, leopards, sambar, bison, gaur Rhesus-Monkey, Malabar Civet, Sambar, Barasingha, Hanuman Langur, giant squirrels, leopards, Jungle Fowl, and monkeys.

Devkund Water Fall is a part of the Udala division of Similipal Forest Range which can be visited via Nilagiri from Panchlingeswar. This dense forest surrounded by hills. The lake formed by a waterfall jumping from a height of 50ft to the Devkund. There are four other falls too and each of them makes a Kund or lake so there are five Kunds in total, and that explains the name, Pancha Kunda (Place of five lakes). Climbing up more than 100 steps from Devkund, at the source of the river, there is the temple of Devi Ambika Mata (Durga temple), which is worth seeing. Pujas are still performed in the temple built by the kings of Mayurbhanj in 1940. The chirping sound of known and unknown birds, the multi-coloured butterflies add to the charm of Devkund.

Night stay at Panchlingeswar Hotel.

Day 3: After breakfast, early in the morning we will visit the Chandipur Sea Beach.

Watching the sea vanish right in front of your eyes and then observing its return is a very rare sight. And to add more to this hide and seek water, the Casuarina trees and creeper sand dunes seem to be swaying on a melodious musical note.
Chandipur, where Jatin Chandra Mukherjee (popularly known as Bagha Jatin) was shot twice during his encounter with the British force. But he swam across the river and managed to escape to Barabati where a doctor along with six attendants operated on Jatin to take out the bullets. After a while, Jatin managed to reach the hideout at Chashakhanda village where the freedom fighters used to store ammunition. Unable to find the door key, he could not open the storeroom. Exhausted Jatin fell unconscious due to excessive bleeding. Later police reached the spot and got him admitted to a hospital at Barabati. Bagha Jatin was put under detention in Dhyari jail.

At 3.30pm we will visit for Buribalam, where the encounter between Bengali freedom fighter Bagha Jatin and the then British commissioner, Charles Tegart took place.

Night stay at Chandipur Hotel.

Day 4: Departure

Morning free for leisure and we will be shifted to the Balasore Railway Station.


  • EP (No Meal)

Payments Terms

  • Some Advance Percentage of total booking amount
  • Airfare/Transport fare to be paid full at one time in advance.

Cancellation & Refund Policy

  • Upon cancellation, refund will be made after deducting the Retention Amount.
  • Retention Amount varies as per the number of days left before your package start date.

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