Heritage Trail Chhattisgarh Package Tour3 Nights-4 DaysPackage Code: HTPC000767
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Heritage Trail Chhattisgarh Package Tour
Raipur - Mohda - Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary - Sirpur
Heritage Trail Chhattisgarh Package Tour: Overview
Stimulate a sense of fulfillmant and experience divinity at Champaranya and get amazed by the rustic beauty of Sirpur. Lose yourself to the captivating natural surroundings at Barnawapara. In this 4 days package you will cover Temples and Wildlife sanctuaries. Package is well designed and suited for Families with Kids, Honeymoon Couples and Holiday Makers.
Heritage Trail Chhattisgarh Package Tour: Highlights
Indias first and last octagonal shape Art Gallery is Mahakoshal Art Gallary in Raipur
Famous fascinating places in Raipur: Doodhadhari Monastery
Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary: existence of a variety of majestic animals
Ancient temple of Raipur: Laxman Temple
Piligrimage attraction at Buddha Vihara
Oct-01 To Mar-31
Apr-01 To Sep-30
Dec-20 To Jan-05
3N/4D Standard Pacakge
Hiuen Tsiang Tourist Cottage (Sirpur)/ Hareli Eco Resort (Mohda)/ Hotel Meera (Raipur)
|Rs 8999||Rs 9500||Rs 7500||Rs 0|
3 Nights accomodation in well standard rooms at above locations
One nights stay in Sirpur with site seeing
One night stay in Mohda
One night stay in Raipur
Airport/Station Pick up & Drop from Raipur
Full Site seeing in ac vehicle for 4 days
All siteseeings by private vehicle
Toll Taxes, car parking
Pick-up from Raipur Railway Station /Airport and transfer to Hotel. After some rest you will proceed for local siteseeing of raipur i.e. Sita Nadi Sanctuary, Shadani Darbar, Doodhadhari Monastery, Mahakoshal Art Gallary etc. Overnight stay at Raipur.
Sita Nadi Sanctuary: Sita Nadi Sanctuary is another Sightseeing Attractions in Raipur. It is situated in Chhattisgarh in the district of the Dhamtari. It was established in 1974 after the Wildlife Protection Act passed in 1972. Its average altitude is 327 m to 736 m. the total area of this sanctuary is 556 sq Km. the Sita Nadi river flows across this sanctuary which is why the Dhamtari sanctuary derives its name. The Sita Nadi meets the Mahanadi River in Deokhut. If you are visiting Chhattisgarh Wildlife sanctuaries then you are highly recommended not to miss the Sita Nadi Sanctuary visit. Ideal season to visit Sita Nadi sanctuary are from November to June. It is abundantly rich in vegetation. The woods are full of the treasures of trees like Tendu, Mahua, Harra and some moist peninsular such as Sal, Teak and Bamboo.
Doodhadhari Monastery: Doodhadhari Monastery and Temple is another fascinating place to see in Raipur. The monastery and temple is located in the southern region of the Raipur city which was built by the King Jaitsingh in the middle of the 17th century.
Mahakoshal Art Gallary: Raipur’s one of the most famous tourist places is Mahakoshal art gallery. The specialty about this gallery is its octagonal shape.
After breakfast you will proceed for Mohda which is 148 km away from raipur and then visit Mohda Barnawapara Sanctuary. Overnight stay at Hareli Eco Resort, Mohda.
Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary
The land of virgin wood, where wildlife is still unexplored and unperturbed by tourists, Barnawapara in the GREEN state Chhattisgarh is truly a place that one must not miss out on! At Barnawapara Wildlife Reserve life has its own pace, and the tik-tok of the clock seems to just vanish and all one remembers is the magic of nature’s beauty. The perfect light, fascinating backgrounds and the existence of a variety of majestic animals make this sanctuary a perfect place for photography as well. Barnawapara wildlife reserve is an ideal getaway from the bustles of the concrete jungle; it is certainly one of those special places that touch your heart.
After breakfast you will proceed for sirpur which is very near to Mohda. You will visit locaal siteseeing of Sirpur i.e. Gandheshwar Temple, Buddha Vihara, Ram temple and Baleshwar Mahadev temple. Overnight stay at Sirpur
Laxman Temple: Relive history and let art steal your breath away as you visit one of India’s finest brick temples ever created, the magnificent Laxman temple. A remarkable product of unique Symmetry, precise construction and exquisite carvings, the Laxman temple is a portrayal of ageless art and devotion. Explore Indian mythology as the beautiful Sheshnaag serving as an umbrella to Lord Vishnu catches your attention at the entrance. The ‘Panchrath’ type of a temple boasts of a Mandapa (shelter), Antral (passage) and the Garbha Griha (the main house). Exquisite carving work on pillars depicting religious segments like Vatayan, Chitya Gawaksha, Bharwahakgna, Aja, Kirtimukha and Kama Amalak breathe life into the exterior walls of the temple.
Gandheshwar Temple: A treasure trove of enthralling historic remains, the artistic Gandheshwar temple is situated on the banks of the Mahanadi River. An endless galore of interesting architectural remains from ancient temples and viharas, the temple mesmerizes tourists with an impeccable collection of rare statues. The statue of Buddha touching the earth, Natraj, Garud Narayan and Mahishasur mardini are very rare and equally enchanting. Tourists flock to visit the rare face of Ravan, a popular attraction of this temple. The many Shiva-Leela pictures at the top of the entrance are just a glimpse of the wonders that are waiting to be explored inside.
Buddha Vihara: The rising popularity of Sirpur can be accredited to the various Buddhist excavations discovered here. Truly blessed with the scenic beauty, the Buddha Vihara exudes warmth and portrays religious harmony. Brick constructions and underground rooms stand testimony to a mystical era. The tone blend reminds of the Gupta dynasty’s temples and residential buildings. Witness unmatched designs and architectural brilliance as you come across the six feet tall statue of Buddha touching the earth and let mystery enchant you as many residential, meditation and study rooms give you a glimpse of Lord’s long lived glory.
Ram temple: Like two brothers residing in the beloved company of each other, the Ram temple is situated close to the Laxman temple. The Ram temple charms visitors with a unique star-like projection at the top. Crafted with brilliance, this star-like structure gives the temple, its own artistic appeal. Interestingly, the records say that the two temples have a gap of several decades in their construction.
Baleshwar Mahadev temple: The name of this excavated temple complex is probably put to commemorate the great king Mahashivgupt Balarjun whose inscriptions are found all over Sirpur. He is also attributed to have built most of the monuments at this site. There are about 3-4 temples in the complex, at each corner. All the temples are dedicated to Lord Shiva and are built upon Jagati, high rise platform, similar to Laxman temple. Beautiful stories are carved on the pillars and inscriptions allure you with an incessant mystery.
After breakfast you will proceed for raipur and drop at railway st./airport for onwards journey.
How to Reach Raipur
By Air: Raipur, the capital of Chhattisgarh, is the only place in the state that is linked by air to New Delhi, Mumbai and Bhubaneshwar by regular flights.
By Rail: Raipur is one of the two main junctions in the state that are on the routes of express and passenger trains that either directly or indirectly connect the state to other parts of India. The superfast Rajdhani Express connects Raipur to New Delhi, the Bilaspur-Nizamuddin Gondwana Express runs thrice a week and travels from New Delhi to Raipur via Bilaspur. Passenger and mail trains connect most big and small towns within the state to Raipur.
By Bus: Raipur has excellent connections to places in the neighbouring states of Andhra, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, Maharashtra, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh. Inter-state and national highways connect Raipur to Bhopal, Nagpur, Jhansi, Jabalpur and to cities further afield like Kolkata and Bhubhaneshwar. The important towns of the region, Bhilai (25 km), Durg (41 km), Jagadalpur (297 Km), Rajnandgaon(70 km) and Bilaspur (115 km) are connected with Raipur by road. Interstate State Roadways buses ply between the different cities while chartered bus operators run services on major routes Roadways buses are the lifelines of Chhattisgarh as they connect some of the more inaccessible places in the interiors to the capital, Raipur.
Best Time to Visit Raipur
The best time for a visit Raipur is during the winter season between the months of October to February/March when the climate is pleasant. Summers are pretty hot with temperatures reaching the mid 40 degree C mark and the rains in June and July can make travel fairly difficult in this region. In the cooler months between October and march, the temperatures are moderate with day time temps being in the region of the mid 20s and nights falling to 5 degrees C at the height of winter in early January. This is the best time to se the sights around Raipur as the weather is very pleasant.