TRIBAL INDIA

TRIBAL INDIA

Great part of the trip will take place in areas where almost no infrastructure exists, so you must be very flexible and adaptive. There are some rules that must be followed while tribe trekking and dealing with people living in isolated places. We recommend wearing full body covering clothing (no shorts and no sleeveless shirts) and avoiding bright colors for several reasons: protection against insect bites, respecting local customs and for not scaring animals in the jungle. We also want to provide early warning for photographs: they can be taken only with the prior consent of guide and subject.

Delhi > Konarak > Jeypore  > Nandapuras  > Raygada > Raguradjpur  > Dhaula  > Pipli  Bhubaneswar > Varanasi > Delhi

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    • Day 1 - Flight to Delhi.
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    • Day 2 - DELHI - BHUBANESWAR - KONARK

    Delhi - Bhubaneswar - Konarak

    Transfer to hotel to relax. Later visit two Delhi landmarks: Lotus temple and Qutub Minar before taking a flight to Bhubaneswar. Accomodation on the beach, silence and relaxation.

     

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    • Day 3 - Rest at resort

    Rest at resort

    Relaxing morning near your hotel on the virgin silver sands of the Ramchandi Beach - one of the most picturesque beaches of Orissa. Later in the afternoon transfer to Bhubaneswar train station. Overnight on train to Visakhapatnam.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Indian Traditional dress
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    • Day 4 - Visakhapatnam - Jeypore

    VISAKHAPATNAM - JEYPORE

    In the morning train reaches Visakhapatnam. Travel from Visakhapatnam towards Jeypore visiting few tribal villages along the way. The main attraction of the day is a weekly market taking place in Kundali. People come here from different tribes: Paradzai, Rana and Mali. Kundali is a colorful and lively place just to stroll around. In the evening reach Jeypore, one of the most famous cities in Orissa. It is surrounded by Arakan hills, picturesque waterfalls and lakes. The city is famous for its ancient forts, temples and palaces.

     

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    • Day 5 - Jeypore - Guptesvar - Jeypore

    Jeypore - Guptesvar - Jeypore

    In the morning train reaches Visakhapatnam. Travel from Visakhapatnam towards Jeypore visiting few tribal villages along the way. The main attraction of the day is a weekly market taking place in Kundali. People come here from different tribes: Paradzai, Rana and Mali. Kundali is a colorful and lively place just to stroll around. In the evening reach Jeypore, one of the most famous cities in Orissa. It is surrounded by Arakan hills, picturesque waterfalls and lakes. The city is famous for its ancient forts, temples and palaces.

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    • Day 6 - JEYPORE - GUPTESWAR - JEYPORE

    JEYPORE - GUPTESWAR - JEYPORE

    Visit Gupteswar temple dedicated to lord Shiva, a world famous place of pilgrimage. It is a natural cave with gigantic Shiva Lingam that is still growing. Later visit to Dhuruba tribe village and market. Dhuruba women look like from Birma, wearing beautiful colorful clothes and looking very exotic. In the evening return to Jeypore.

     

     

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    • Day 7 -  Jeypore - Raygada

    Jeypore - Raygada

    Proceed to Rayagada. This area is forested and about 57 percent of the population is from different tribal communities with various levels of development, more or less remote from modern settlements. Wildlife is abudant in the jungle, so you can explore exotic natural surroundings. Visit Mali tribal area of villages and entering Kakiriguma markets. In the evening reach Rayagada for overnight stay.

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    • Day 8 - Raygada - Konarak

    Raygada - Konarak

    Today is a long journey back to civilization, but on the way we will see Konda tribal markets and semi-tribal villages. Konda tribes mainly live in the mountains and are known for militancy. Men have long hair with comb in them as a piece of jewellery. Take a dip in hot springs that are not only a natural spa, but also a place for pilgrimage.

    TRIBAL INDIAN HUMAN
    • Day 9 - Konarak - Raguradjpur - Dhaula - Pipli - Konarak

    Konarak - Raguradjpur - Dhaula - Pipli - Konarak

    Visit Konark Sun temple protected by UNESCO. This XIII CE temple is considered one of the greatest architectural masterpieces of art and sculpture. It looks like a huge horse-pulled carriage with Sun god and huge wheels symbolysing 12 months. Later, travel through colorful villages in Orissa: Pipli, where every farmhouse's doors and walls are decorated with dazzling embroidery; Raghurajpur known for its drawing masters of special local technique, and Dhaula, one of the historic centers of Buddhism. In the evening come back to the eco-friendly hotel.

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    • Day 10 - Konarak - Bhubaneswar

    Jodhpur - Udaipur

    In the morning travel to Bhubaneswar known for its 55 temples. It is a real treasure for history, architecture and beauty lovers. On a guided tour visit the most famous temples: VII CE Parasurameshvar temple, known not only for its size, but also for luxurious decorations, X CE Mukteswara temple, more than a thousand years old Lingaraja - God Shiva - temple, and Brahmeshvar temple embodying the architecture of Orissa. Later visit I-II CE BC Udayagiri and Khandagiri caves where jain monks meditate. They do not wear sewn garments, and usually just wrap themselves in white cloth.

    • Day 11 - Bhubaneswar - Varanasi

    Bhubaneswar - Varanasi

    Flight to Varanasi. On arrival transfer to hotel and rest. In the evening experience Aarti ceremony dedicated to holy river Ganges. The ceremony can be seen from the boat or shore: seven priests will be chanting hymns and offering incense and fire to goddess Ganges. Overnight at hotel in Varanasi.

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    zebu in Varanasi
    • Day 12 - Varanasi - Delhi

    Varanasi - Delhi

    The day starts early: take a boat ride on Ganges at sunrise. Explore one of the oldest cities in the world and a capital of Hindu religion by visiting Tulsi Manas, Sankat Mochan and Vishwanath temples. At the same time observe extremely rich daily life of Varanasi: it is a city of saints, sages, vedic schools in Hindu ashrams, adventure and wisdom seekers. Later go to Sarnath, one of the holiest Buddhist places where Buddha said his first sermon. Overnight on train on the way to Delhi.

     

    Indian palace
    • Day 13 - Delhi

    Delhi

    Early in the morning arrive in Delhi. Explore the capital of India accompanied by a tour guide. Start from the historic Hauz Khas area, which is now becoming a trendy place in Delhi, accommodating a number of art galleries, lovely shops, and restaurants. Free time for lunch and rest near Hauz Khas fort. Later visit local vegetable and fish market. After active interaction with locals, go for the evening ceremonies at goddess Kali temple. Last day in Delhi will be crowned with a farewell dinner.

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    • Day 14 - Transfer to the airport for a flight home.

 

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