Women Only Tours in Puri


Being one of the char dhaams, Puri, a city in the state of Odisha is a celebrated religious spot of India. Many travellers including foreigners flock the city to offer prayers and experience tranquility. Jagannath temple is one of the very famous, mystical temples of Puri, and hence Puri is sometimes also referred to as, 'Jagannath Puri'. So ladies, if you are planning on a pilgrim, Getaway Goddess brings just the right women-only tour for you!

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    24 degree Celsius, Humid

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Things To Do

  • Shopping
  • Nightlife
  • Festivals
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Shopping in Puri

Igatpuri provides tourists with great local market shopping experiences. Stroll through the local bazaars and markets to buy local produce, shawls, sweaters, toys and small souviners to take home.


If you fancy partying in Igatpuri, you will not be disappointed! Visit the open-air rooftop restaurants, classic lounges and bars like Maharashtra Bar and Shubhankar Restuararant and Bar, for some live music, scrumptious food, and an exciting selection of beverages. And that's not all, if you are a sports buff, you will be happy to know that live sports screening is also popular in Igatpuri and is a fun option for your nights out.


"Ganesh Chaturthi: One of the happiest and most enthusiastically celebrated festivals in Igatpuri is Ganesh Chaturthi every September. With vibrant processions of Ganpati idols, lively atmosphere, dance, music and celebration, this is one festival you should not miss.

Dussehra: This festival celebrates Lord Ram's victory over Ravana and is a major event in Igatpuri. To celebrate this triumph of good over evil, people burn Ravana's idol, feast on good food and attend festive melas. Seeing how Dusshera is celebrated in Igatpuri, will surely make you want to join the fun.

Makar Sankranti: An auspicious festival in January, Makar Sankranti marks the change of seasons and offers prayers for a successful new harvest. For the people of Igatpuri, this is one of the most important days on the Hindu calendar, when the sun ascends to the North. People donate food and perform rituals, and enjoy grand feasts to celebrate this festival. "


"Vaitarna Dam: Built in the mid 1950s, the Vaitarna Dam offers great panoramic views of dense forests, serene lakes and rocky Western Ghats. Be fascinated by its natural beauty and soak in the amazing view of the dam on your visit here.

Trigalwadi Lake: If you are into star-gazing and are thrilled by spectacular moonlit nights, Trigalwadi Lake is the perfect place to be. Marvel at the soothing ambience and walk along the banks to soak in the serenity.

Kalsubai Peak: Just 35km from Igatpuri is the Kalsubai Peak, the highest in the Sahyadri ranges as well as the highest peak in Maharashtra. This is also a fairly popular trekking trail, and those who make it to the temple at the top are treated to some breathtaking views.

Bhatsa River Valley & Camel Valley: In the basic of the majestic Bhatsa River, just before you enter Igatpuri from Mumbai, the Bhatsa River Valley is a must visit. Marking the end of the Thal Ghat, this valley is rich in picturesque vegetation and beautiful rock formations. Just ahead is the Camel Valley, home to thundering waterfalls, which makes this a must-have experience."

Things to Carry

  • Dress for the season; pack light layers, quick-dry clothes, cosy pullovers or jackets
  • Add some dressy shoes, comfortable sandals or sneakers & flip-flops to your list
  • Accessorise well with colourful scarves, hats, sunglasses & jewellery
  • Pack chargers, disks for your cameras & phones for those picture-perfect moments
  • Ensure you carry prescribed medicines to last you for the duration of the tour

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