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Santiniketan, Birbhum – 212 kms fr...

The University town of Shantiniketan is recognized worldwide as a significant center for pursuing higher studies and being the home to the Nobel Laureate and National poet of India Rabindranath Tagore. Students from all over the world come here for further education in the Viswa Bharati University founded in 1921 by Rabindranath Tagore himself. Not only students, the place is also frequented by thousand of visitors who are attracted by the extensive campus ground, open-air classes and above all the scenic natural beauty of the destination. Serenity is the essence of...
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Massanjore, Jharkhand – 270 kms fr...

The colossal dam of the Mayurakshi River and the immense water body has made Massanjore an ideal tourist spot, which is perfect for enjoying a weekend tour. You can locate Masanjore in the way from Shiuri to Dumka. It is specially the unpolluted environment of Massanjore, which has a positive effect on the health of the tourists. BOOK YOUR TRIP TO MASSANJORE Places to see at Masanjore: The biggest attraction of Massanjore is the Massanjore Dam that was built in 1955 with assistance from Government of Canada. The dam is standing with a height of 155 ft and a length of 2170...
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Muruguma, Purulia – 335 kms from K...

Muruguma is a tribal village located in Purulia district of West Bengal. It is situated on the border of Purulia and Jharkhand. This place can be reached by car from both Jhalda in Purulia or Muri in Jharkhand. A visit to the Kenkechi Hill, Muruguma Lake and the attractions of Ajodhya Pahar will make your trip worthwhile. You can take long village walks through tribal villages across the lake or go for early morning bird watching trips here. BOOKING DETAILS OF MURUGUMA Places to see at Muruguma: Apart from spending your time beside the tranquil Muruguma Lake and dam, you...
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Tarapith, Birbhum – 294 kms from K...

Tarapith is a renowned temple town of West Bengal located some 10 kilometers from Rampurhat in Birbhum district. It is famous for the temple of Goddess Tara who is believed to be an avatar of Sati in Hinduism. This Tantric Hindu temple belonging to the Shakta sect of Hinduism is set across the banks of Dwarka River. The village of Tarapith is beautifully surrounded by thriving greenery of lush forest and green paddy fields. There are many legends associated with the origin of this temple. It is also considered to be one of the famed Siddhapeeths of Bengal. BOOKING DETAILS...
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Maithan, Bardhaman – 226 kms from ...

Maithan is an incredible tourist spot located in the converging point of river Damodar and Barakor, found in the boundary line of the two states of West Bengal and Jharkhand. Adorned with small hills and patches of jungle, the immense water body of Maithan covers an area of 66 sq km. The area is also dotted with a number of small islands. Boasting of an exotic natural beauty, it seems that Mother Nature was extra generous while beautifying this very location. BOOK YOUR TRIP TO MAITHAN Places to see at Maithan: This colossal water body belonging to the Damodar Valley...
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Bakreswar, Birbhum – 230 kms from ...

Bakreswar is a romantic escape offering visual splendor with its exquisite natural beauty. It is the serene beauty of Bakreswar that appeals the tourists who keep on coming back time after time to this very place. BOOK YOUR TRIP TO BAKRESWAR   Places to see at Bakreswar: Shrouded with sheer serenity, the main attraction of this place is the famous hot spring, which is a must visit for all. You can find a number of hot springs in the region, the temperature of which varies from 42 degree to 65 degree. Each hot spring is bestowed with individual names. You will also...
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Mukutmanipur, Bankura – 335 kms fr...

An escape to serenity is what describes Mukutmanipur perfectly. A weekend in this beautiful place is full of ultimate relaxation. With hills and forests surrounding a huge water body that changes its color in different seasons, Mukutmanipur is the right place for those who are looking for some adventure along with relaxation. Nestling at the confluence of two beautiful rivers, Kumari and Kangsabati, Mukutmanipur is located in the Bankura district of the state of West Bengal. This wonderful destination is also a favorite picnic spot, attracting hoards of picnic crowds....
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Galudi, Jharkhand – 235 kms from K...

For years, Galudi has remained a favorite weekend spot for Bengalis, who want to go out, to bring some changes in their mind and body. Though Galudi has now become densely populated, this place still holds its attraction, like the early days. The atmosphere of Galudi works like medicine for people suffering from indigestion. The cool breeze of the Rocky hills is pleasing to every traveler. BOOK A TRIP TO GALUDI Places to see at Galudi: Galudi dam, the rocky hills, Shalpial forest and landscape surrounding River Subarnarekha are the main highlights of this place. Nearby...
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Garhpanchakot, Purulia – 256 kms f...

Located amidst landscaped gardens with the stunning backdrop of Panchet Hill, these new resorts at Garpanchkot are just what the weekend travellers of Kolkata were waiting for. The place, Garpanchkot is a part of nearly 1500 year-old history of the Singh Deo dynasty. The only remains of this kingdom are the temple ruins on the southern Panchet foothills. The temples belong to different architectural styles like ‘Pancharatna, Jor-Bangla and Pirha. The lush greenery, temple ruins, perennial springs, forests, towering Panchet Hill and the expansive Panchet Lake would...
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Gopegarh, Medinipur – 260 kms from...

Gopegarh was once a fort of the Gope king, which is now transformed into an eco-park. This is a nice place to spend your weekend, where you can remain surrounded by natural beauty. This eco-park is situated on the banks of River Kasai or Kangsabati, and is basically an isolated place. The peaceful mood of Gopegarh is at times interrupted due to the sound of the railways crossing the bridge on the River Kasai. BOOK TOUR TRIP TO GOPE GARH Places to see at Gopegarh: The forest on top of the fort has been slashed and replaced by flowers like Duranda, Vacaranda, as well as...
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Duarsini, Purulia – 393 kms from K...

Grab the opportunity to blend with nature in Duarsini, where you will find small hilltops covered with forests. Here you see a variety of trees like Shal, Teak, Mahua, Pial, Kusum, and Bahera. The beauty of the mountain river Satgudum leading to the tribal villages will enchant you. The adventure waiting for you in the forest will definitely make your weekend worth spending in Duarsini. The abruptness with which darkness descends in these jungle areas is interesting to see. The moonlit night amidst the rhythmic beats of drums coming from the tribals and being surrounded...
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Sabuj Bon, Birbhum – 220 kms from Kolkat...

If you are truly looking for a downtown escape from the pulsating city life, Sabuj Bon will be your ideal weekend tour destination. You will be truly amazed to discover this plantation museum, so close from Kolkata, in a small village called Rasulpur in Birbhum. Spanning an area of around 100 acres, this site features lush green vegetation for about 80 acres and large water body covers the rest of 20 acres. In the monsoon, the smell of the wet red soil and the sound of the pitter-patter raindrops truly create an enchanting atmosphere in Sabuj Bon, which will surely make...
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Lulung, Simlipal – 260 kms from Kolkata...

Rolling hills covered in thick forests, distant calls of wild elephants, the sky-kissing Sal trees and the talkative Palpala River would greet you at Lulung. Located 300 m above sea level in the eastern fringes of Simlipal Tiger Reserve, the small village of Lulung is only 20 kilometres from Baripada in Orissa. Spending a few nights in the cottages of Lulung amidst sparkling waterfalls, snaking rivers, frolicking deer and dancing peacocks would rejuvenate you with a renewed life-force.  BOOKING DETAILS OF LULUNG Places to see in Lulung: Besides exploring the surrounding...
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Bangriposhi, Orissa – 230 kms from Kolka...

To heal your mind and body, this weekend come to the marvelous landscape of Bangriposhi. This place is extremely relaxing as  well as exciting for traveling and has provided inspiration to many creative impulses of various littérateur and artists. The  best place for nature lovers, Bangriposhi gives ample scope of interaction with nature through its jungle, hills and river  and the tribal culture, who are inseparable parts of nature. So if you want to satiate your hunger for traveling to new  places, then Bangriposhi located in the shadows of the...
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Boranti, Purulia – 265 kms from Ko...

Boranti or Baranti is a beautiful village surrounded by hills and lakes just 265 kms away from Kolkata. The beautiful blue sky, deep green forest and dark blue water of the lake will surely enchant you. The Muradi Lake in Boranti has been created by a mud dam. Boranti is surrounded by the Panchkot Hill at one side and  the Biharinath Hill on the other. Apart from the regular visitors like rabbits, wild boars, foxes, wolves, porcupines and deer in the nearby forests, Boranti is visited by huge numbers of migratory and resident birds. This place is ideal for those visitors...
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Hatibari, Jhargram – 260 kms from ...

Spend an unforgettable weekend in the isolated jungle of Hatibari, where you can forget about your worries of city life and become a part of nature. Jhargram Mahakumar Hatibari is located on the conjoint territory of the states of West Bengal, Orissa and Jharkhand. It is the perfect destination to relax without being disturbed by anybody or anything. Though a secluded spot, it is very much safe for tourists. The serene ambience of the river and the forest will make you speechless and intoxicated. BOOK YOUR TRIP TO HATIBARI Places to see at Hatibari: The River Subarnarekha...
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Dangmol, Bhitarkanika – 300 kms fr...

A weekend trip to the Bhitarkanika forest can be really exciting. Starting the journey early morning, you can stop at some roadside eatery at Belda to have the breakfast and enjoy some great scenic beauty on the way. Dangmol offers excellent opportunities to take a look at the different aspects of nature at its best in Bhitarkanika National Park. BOOKING DETAILS OF DANGMOL Places to see at Dangmol: The main attraction of Dangmol is the breathtaking beauty of Bhitarkanika forest, which is the second largest mangrove forest in India and home of the estuarine crocodile. The...
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Tumbani, Rampurhat – 260 kms from ...

Tumbani is another great place for spending the weekend, located in the border area of Jharkhand, near Rampurhat. This place is the perfect place to see some natural beauties with red soil merging with the abundant greenery over it. You will find yourself in a picture perfect setting with the Narayanpur Brahmani River at one side, Patalpahari village of Jharkhand and the Kalipahar forest on the other sides. And in the middle is the beautiful small Tumbani (Tumboni), flanked by forest resorts. BOOKING DETAILS OF TUMBANI Nearby attractions at Tumbani: You can visit the holy...
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Bubahat Neelkuthi, Birbhum – 290 k...

Bubahat Neelkuthi, the village resort set amidst the serene scenic landscape in the village interior is splendid in its own way. The charming ambience of this village resort offers a perfect weekend escape for the tourists from the hustle and bustle of the city. BOOK YOUR TRIP TO BUBAHAT NEELKUTHI Places to see at Bubahat Neelkuthi: You will truly be amazed to see the wonderful collection of wide array of flowers and orchid that you can spot throughout the region. Explore the nearby villages, which are a walking distance from the resort site. Savor the spectacular sunrise...
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Ayodhya Hills, Purulia – 250 kms f...

The beautiful Ayodhya Hills is a part of the Dalma Mountain range. It is situated on the boundary of Purulia district and Jharkhand. A visit to beautiful waterfalls, deep forests, tribal villages, Gorshabru and Mayur hill are sure to captivate your senses. The presence of a variety of wild animals in the forests make this place more adventurous. Visiting hidden waterfalls, trekking around azure lakes guarded by hills, experiencing local tribal culture, birdwatching and taking village walks make Ayodhya Hills a treasure trove for photographers and nature-lovers. BOOKING...