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Jambu Dwip, Bakkhali – 132 kms fro...

Jambu Dwip is a small island located at the seamouth of Ganga in South 24 Parganas. This island houses a great range of bird species, reptiles and fish life. Besides, it is also the home of a huge casuarinas grove. Places to see at Jambu Dwip: The main attraction of Jambu Dwip is the island itself which is the home for a wide range of species of bird and reptile. Besides, you will be amazed to find such a great range of marine life, mainly fishes.  BOOK A TRIP TO JAMBU DWIP Nearby attractions from Jambu Dwip: You can take a trip to witness the beach life of Bakkhali or...
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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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Tajpur, Medinipur – 140 kms from K...

The convenient location of Tajpur is the major cause behind the emerging popularity of this sea beach holiday destination. Surrounded with patches of forests this sea shore destination truly offers great visual pleasure.  The sea beach of Tajpur has an unusual shape – unlike the most sorted crescent shape Tajpur has an inverted Crescent shape of the beach, which gives an unusual panoramic view of the sea. Tajpur is still the most unexploited virgin sea-beach around Kolkata.  BOOKING DETAILS OF TAJPUR Places to see at Tajpur: The virgin sea shores surrounded by...
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Sagardwip, Sunderban – 135 kms fro...

Sagardwip is highly famed as a major Hindu holy site, where millions of pilgrims assemble from nook and corner of India every year for taking the holy dip in the Sagar (the large water body). However, apart from this, the place is still not much recognized as a tourist destination, though Sagardwip features an array of tourist resources and you will not be disappointed while visiting the site, to enjoy a weekend tour.  BOOK YOUR TRIP TO SAGARDWIP Places to see near Sagardwip: The remaining of the destroyed lighthouse is a major sight-seeing site in Sagardwip. Nearby...
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Mandarmani, Digha – 140 kms from K...

Off late, in the map of West Bengal tourism, Mandarmani has emerged as a prominent weekend holiday destination, attracting tourists, who are seeking for an escape from the crowded cities. Serenity is the very essence of the beach of Mandarmani, offering ultimate seclusion that is very rare in other beaches around Kolkata. Moreover, the resorts of Mandermani are very well equipped to serve the guests and are decked with all modern amenities. The beach is clean and wide here and the sea is just idle for a dip. You can also visit nearby beach destinations like Tajpur, Digha,...
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Parmadan Forest, Ranaghat – 80 kms...

Parmadan Forest is also known as Bibhutibhushan Wildlife Sanctuary. It is popular as a picnic spot but is also considered a beautiful place for spending a fun-filled weekend trip. The beautiful Ichamati River flows through this 92-hectare sanctuary in North 24-Parganas. The Parmadan Forest is a safe heaven for a healthy population of nearly 250 deer. The best time to watch them is when they are fed by the Forest officials. Presently, their feeding time is at 4:00 pm and 9:00 am. BOOKING DETAILS OF PARMADAN FOREST Places to see at Parmadan Forest: Apart from strolling in...
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Henry’s Island, Bakkhali – 140 kms...

Imagine a weekend when you are on a beautiful beach looking at the sunset, away from the monotony of daily life. Your imagination will be real if you come to Henry’s Island, which has become one of the most popular beaches adjoining the Sunderban. Under the supervision of the Fisheries Department of the Government of West Bengal, some 100 hectare land is being used for pisiculture along with forest conservation. A place like this always appears enchanting. There is a watchtower which offers a complete panoramic view of the entire island from its top. The sea here is quite...
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Garshalboni, Jhargram – 170 kms fr...

Staying in a farmhouse drenched in history within a jungle, where you wake up to the call of unknown birds – Does it excite you? If it does then make a trip to Garhshalboni – just 170 kms from Kolkata by road. Garhshalboni was once ruled by the Malla Kings and the farmhouse was their jungle retreat. The British had also occupied this farmhouse, which presently covers an area of around 40 acres. Endless stretches of jungle, ancient temples, meandering rivers, migratory birds and untouched nature would rejuvenate your body and soul and make your weekend trip...