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Tabakoshi, Mirik – 58 kms from Sil...

Tabakoshi is located beside the warbling and meandering Rangbhang River at the foothills where Sagmaru Tea Garden and Gopaldhara Tea Garden meet. This fairy tale village resort decked with all modern facilities exudes the charms of a rustic stay. A path from the resort leads to the rocky riverbed through the orange orchards and disappears into the tea gardens and forests in the distance. Riverside trekking over boulders followed by a dip into the chilly waters of the Rangbhang River would embalm your tired soul and inspire you to start afresh. BOOKING DETAILS OF TABA...
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Terjum, Ghoom – 59 kms. from Silig...

This is the heartland of Darjeeling’s best tea-producing areas. Surrounded by legendary tea estates like Chamong, Sangmaru and Gopaldhara, Terjum is a small village tucked on a hilltop with a never-ending view of tea gardens, river valleys and forests. Located only a few kilometers from the Rangbhang River Valley and Mirik Lake, Terjum village is yet to experience tourist rush. If you are planning for a quiet weekend, far from the crowd, then Terjum Bungalow with its sprawling lawns, kitchen gardens and fireplace could be your ideal hideout. BOOKING DETAILS OF...
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Gumti Gaon, Darjeeling – 69 kms. f...

Just 09 kms. from the din of Darjeeling, is a quiet refuge called Gumti Gaon with sweeping views of the lush rolling hills, farmlands and Mt. Kanchenjungha. At Gumti Gaon, you can still enjoy the bird calls in the early mornings, take a village walk through tea gardens, enjoy gardening in the farms and get wet at the nearby waterfall. If you are one of those who want to stay close to Darjeeling yet shun its crazy traffic and tourist rush, then Gumtigaon could be your pick, this season. All the sightseeing spots of Darjeeling can be covered within an hour’s drive...
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Galeythar, Kurseong – 50 kms from ...

Cotton clouds trapped within the vales and rolling hills, panoramic views of Mt. Kanchenjungha, hidden lakes amidst pine forests, orange orchards, wild orchids and exotic birds and butterflies! These are few reasons to visit Galeythar! Located just 35 kms. from Darjeeling and still untouched by mass tourism, this village has some of the best nature resorts and home stays in North Bengal. Apart from enjoying your much-awaited respite, you can take casual walks in the surrounding forests, tea gardens, cardamom fields, terraced paddy fields and orange orchards of Galeytar....
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Baradih Village, Jhargram – 213 km...

Baradih Village is not just any upcoming weekend destination near Kolkata. Here, River Kansabati merges from the distant hills cloaked in deep lush forests and meanders past you while you wait in the balcony of your cottage to catch a glimpse of the setting sun over the ancient jungles. Soon, the sky turns crimson and the birds start their homeward journey – everything here is surreal – seems like the work of a master painter. At Baradih Village, you can escape time and space and embark on your journey to self-realisation. BOOKING DETAILS OF BARADIH Places to...
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Joypool, North 24 Pgns – 36 kms fr...

A small village around 13 kms. from the district town of Barasat, Joypool is conveniently connected by roadways as well as railways. If you are yearning for some moments of peace and is longing to spend some valuable time with your family in a farmhouse where your children can play in the lawns and you can enjoy the village life, then our accommodation at Joypool would be the right pick for a day trip and picnic from Kolkata. While returning home, you can drive another 15 kms. to reach the Chakla Dham Temple Complex dedicated to the Saint Lokenath Baba to pay your...
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Burraghutu, Bankura – 220 kms from...

Burraghutu is a remote village on a hilltop with a spectacular view of the Kansabati River basin. Tucked within a forest in Bankura, this tribal village is straight from the pages of any adventure novel. The Kansabati River Basin is dotted with small islands and few of them are designated wildlife parks, where you can find deer roaming freely. While staying here, you can explore the nearby tribal villages famous for terracotta and Dokra artworks and visit the ruins of ancient Jain temples. Boating in Kansabati River and day trips to the deep dark forests of Kuilapal are...
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Chowdhury Zamindar Bari, Nimo – 95...

Nearly, 400 years ago, the Chowdhurys settled in and around a small village in Bardhaman and established their Zamindari. With time, they grew to become one of the most influential Zamindars of Bengal. Today, their house, temple, mango orchards and the Dighi (pond) stand testimony to the grand past. If you are a time-traveller, then you must visit the Chowdhury Zamindar Bari this weekend to re-discover the grandeur of Zamindari lifestyle and the beauty of rural Bengal. BOOKING DETAILS OF CHOWDHURI BARI Not even a 100-kms of Kolkata, the landscape of Bengal gives way to...
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Joychandi Pahar, Purulia – 263 kms...

Standing 800 feet tall, Joychandi Pahar stands proudly on the open plains of Purulia. A flight of 520 steps snaking around the boulders and ancient watchtowers would take you to the temple of Mata Chandi atop the hill. You will get a panoramic view of the parched landscape of Purulia dotted with lakes from this windy hilltop. Apart from the temple, surrounding lakes and the fascinating natural monolithic structure of the hill, you can also visit the cave, Raghunathpur Silk Factories and the spot where the legendary filmmaker Satyajit Ray shot parts of the famous...
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Sangsey, Kalimpong – 72 kms from S...

Luxury living in the clouds! That is exactly what this resort in Sangsey offers. Just 10 kms from Kalimpong, perched on a hilltop with magnificent views of Mt. Kanchenjungha, Sangsey is a sleepy village guarded by pine forests. If you are looking for a luxury hideout in the Himalayas with opportunities of bird watching, trekking and paragliding, then Sangsey should be your choice. Being close to Delo and Kalimpong, day trips can be made to the local attractions of these destinations like Kalimpong Science Park, Delo Park, Durpin Monastery and the markets of...
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Rolep, East Sikkim – 135 kms from ...

Rolep is tucked on the slopes of the rolling green Himalayan foothills with panoramic views of the Rangpo Khola River valley. While in Rolep, you can hike along the hanging bridges over gushing rivers, get drenched under the 40-feet high waterfall and try angling trouts in the river. Rolep is one of the new-found gems of East Sikkim, which gives a very authentic experience of village life and adventure. Here, guests are welcomed in traditional home stays where they can take part in the daily lives of the villagers and taste some sumptuous local cuisine. BOOKING...
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Yakten, East Sikkim – 135 kms from...

High up in the Himalayas is a small village called Yakten which stays shrouded in mist and caressed by the soft chilling winds. Located just 35 kms from the bustling city of Gangtok in Sikkim, Yakten is surrounded by pine forests with magnificent views of the lush rolling Himalayan foothills. A 10-minutes walk through the pine forest would take you to a view point from where you can catch a breathtaking view of Mt. Kanchenjungha. Almost eight home stays with adequate modern amenities welcome guests at Yaakten. BOOKING DETAILS OF YAKTEN Places to see in Yakten: The...
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Somrabazar, Hooghly – 82 kms from ...

Steeped in history and flanked by the mighty Ganges, Somrabazar is known for its terracotta temples, ruins of Zamindar Mansions, lush green paddy fields crisscrossed by rivulets, the riverine island – Sabujdwip and the seat of spiritual awakening of Rani Rashmoni. It is an ideal place to spend a day or two, if you are keen on discovering heritage structures and take long walks along the marshy banks of Ganges to spot some of the rarest birds’ species. Apart from the nearby attractions of Guptipara, Bandel, Balagarh and Hooghly, Somrabazar is also known to produce...
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Pabong, Neora Valley – 92 kms from...

Perched on a mountain slope at 4700 feet and surrounded by the deep and dense Neora Valley Forest, Pabong enjoys one of the best views of Mt. Kanchenjungha. Few kilometers from the popular tourist spots of Loleygaon and Chakhole, this tranquil village of Pabong has somehow escaped the clutches of commercialisation and mass tourism. Here, you can trek along the Neora forest and enjoy bird watching, take village walks along the terraced paddy fields and spend the quite evenings watching the lights of Kalimpong flickering in the horizon. If you are searching for a hidden...
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Nachan, Bardhaman – 188 kms from K...

In Nachan, the lake stretches as far as the horizon and finally touches the Palash forest on the other side. The bungalow stands on the banks of the lake amidst gardens and patches of flower beds overlooking the lake, the Palash Forest, the villages and infinity. If you are of the adventurous kind and is waiting to run away from the din of your city life, then Nachan Nature Bungalow should be your pick for this weekend. Located just 188 kms. from Kolkata, Nachan is a village beside an endless lake created by a dam. BOOKING DETAILS OF NACHAN Places to see in Nachon: There...