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Dwarhatta, Hooghly – 41 kms from K...

The terracotta temples guarded by lush green thickets makes Dwarhatta peaceful and serene. Located 41 km from Kolkata, Darhatta is one of the villages in Haripal, in the West Bengal’s Hoogly district. With its terracotta temples, simple and neat tribal huts, Dwarhatta welcomes you to spend some hours in the calm ambience of its village. BOOK YOUR TRIP TO DWARHATTA Places to see in Dwarhatta: The major attractions of this place are its terracotta temples. The Vishnu and three Shiv temples constructed by Singha Rai family, the zamindars of this place, are the most popular...
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Banshberia, Hooghly – 48 kms from Kolkat...

Banshberia or Bansberia is small town that is situated between Tribeni and Bandel, in the Hooghly district of West Bengal. It is located at the Kalyani Bridge’s western end lies on the Bandel-Katwa branch rail line. Banshberia falls under Mogra and Chinsurah police stations in Chinsurah division. BOOK YOUR TRIP TO BANSBERIA Present Bansberia was one of the main villages of ancient Saptagram and was once the commercial complex and main port of that area. The existence of the place dates back to the period of Shah Jahan. An area including Bansberia was part of the Mughal...
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Kaluk, Sikkim – 99 kms from Siliguri

The village of Kaluk is located amidst the mountains of West Sikkim, at an altitude of 5600 feet. It is basically the buffer zone area of the renowned Varsey Rhododendron Sanctuary. The area abounds in natural resources. Kaluk is surrounded by the villages of Lepchas who are successful in preserving their tradition, culture and life-style. The other communities also live peacefully in the area such as Rais, Gurungs and more. The Government of Sikkim has considered this place as an Eco-Tourism thrust area of Sikkim. The village of Kaluk is considered important culturally,...
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Deulti, Howrah – 48 kms from Kolkata

If you are looking for a rural escape, away from the bustling city life, then you can make a tour to this small village of Deulti, nestled amidst a serene ambience. This peaceful retreat is located about 6 kms towards the western part of Bagnan, in the district of Howrah in West Bengal. It is a perfect holiday destination, cradled on the bank of River Roopnarayan. BOOK YOUR TRIP TO DEULTI Places to see in Deulti: Deulti is rich with its heritage and culture. The neighboring village of Deulti called Samtaber is popular among the tourists for being the abode of the famous...
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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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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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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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Chechuria, Bankura – 170 kms from ...

Very near to Bishnupur town is the man-made eco sanctuary named Chechuria Eco Park. With a huge waterbody, picnic spot, lots of playing ground for children and boating facilities, this beautiful eco sanctuary was very recently created by the forest department and it offers great escapes to tired souls. As you walk through the park, you will find a completely different environment with birds chirping and plenty of greenery. Treat your lungs with some fresh air filled with chlorophyll, away from the polluted surrounding of the cities. Spend the night in the forest bungalow...
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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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Tinchuley, Darjeeling – 80 kms from Sili...

Tinchuley was a distant hamlet in the wilderness. It is one of the hidden treasures of Darjeeling region. Three ovens or chullas is the meaning of the word Tinchuley. It was an initiative of the inhabitants of Tinchuley to convert their rural village into self-sustained eco-urban village. The organizations like WWF (World Wildlife Federation) contributed to the development of floriculture projects, forest nursery, and by-compost and vermin-compost manure projects. There are numerous viewpoints in Tinchule like the Gumbadara View point, which gives extraordinary views of...
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Latpanchar, Darjeeling – 41 kms fr...

Latpanchar is a mesmerizing mirror of natural beauty covered with forests and Cinconha Plantation. It is the highest point in the Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary with fabulous views of Teesta River, deep gorges and greenery all around. The place is not plagued by pollution and ravaged by human activities. The dark, deep forest adds to the mystery of the place. The air remains heavy with overwhelming fragrance of flowers through all seasons. The major attractions here include treks through Mahananda WLS, visit to sunrise point just 3 kms away and discovering the natural...
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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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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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Rasulpur, Bardhaman – 96 kms from ...

More than 40 acres of landscaped gardens with 60 thousand trees and 7 lakes, Rasulpur Park is only 90 minutes by car from Kolkata. Here nature-loving travellers can spend their weekends in one of the six cottages or deluxe rooms amidst greenery overlooking the largest lake of the park. The park offers all kinds of facilities to make your weekend tour enjoyable as well as a memorable one. You can enjoy boating, angling, birdwatching and a whole lot of activities here. Another 10 kilometers from Rsulpur is Amadhpur Zamindar House with its fascinating terracotta temples,...
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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...
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Deul Park, Bardhaman – 165 kms fro...

Nestled in the bank of River Ajoy, the Deul Park is highly famed as the treasured asset of the famous Gopraj Ishwar Ghosh, locally called Ichai Ghosh. The site boasts of its scenic landscape, offering the perfect ambience for enjoying a weekend tour beside Ajoy River. BOOK YOUR TRIP TO DEUL PARK Places to see near Deul Park: The thick Garh forest in Durgapur presents a perfect backdrop for the winding Ajoy River, offering a visual splendor to the tourists. The area is also frequented by herds of elephants from Birbhum located nearby. The site of Kenduli Mela where...
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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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Bhalki Machan, Bardhaman – 135 kms...

The name Bhalki Machan sounds quite interesting. If you are longing for an escape from the bustling city life, you can choose Bhalki Machan, thriving amidst the emerald green vegetation, shrouded with sheer tranquility. The place covered with red earth also bears some historical significance. BOOK YOUR TRIP TO BHALKI MACHAN Places to see at Bhalki Machan: The main attraction of Bhalki Machan is a huge man made lake amidst dense vegetation. While visiting the place you will feel excited to learn that the very site was the game reserve of the erstwhile Zamindars. They used...
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Bishnupur, Bankura – 151 kms from ...

Bishnupur is a town created by the Malla kings that ruled this area during 17th century. These artisans of the Malla kings have showed their craftsmanship in the wide number of terracotta temples that they had constructed. These temples are now under the supervision of archaeological departments. You can see these temples any day in the morning hours, but if you want some extraordinary views, then you must visit them at night on Saturdays and Sundays when the temples are brightly illuminated with lights. Besides, Bishnupur has a beautiful setting with huge waterbodies...
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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...