Located on the bank of Bidyadhari River, Tridibnagar is a small village in Sunderbans – the world’s largest Mangrove Forest and abode of the Royal Bengal Tiger. Two ethnic mud houses built against the backdrop of a typical Bengali countryside welcomes guests to Tridibnagar. Here, you wake up to the chirping of birds and watch out from the window of your mud hut to the green horizon. There is a pond where you can enjoy angling with local fishing rods or you can mud trek in the mangroves or even indulge in a village walk to discover the lives and culture of local villagers. Our mud huts are decked with all modern facilities like comfy beds, attached western bathrooms but no Televisions. BOOKING DETAILS OF TRIDIPNAGAR
Places to see in Tridibnagar: Tucked in the crossroads of major rivers like Matla, Bidyadhari and Herobhanga, this tiny village of Tridibnagar rests within the world’s largest delta region. A few minute’s walk from your abode would take you to the mangroves and river bank where you can cherish a scintillating sunset. You can also visit a nearby Tiger Rescue Center and a newly-built Tourism Hub funded by Govt. of West Bengal.
Nearby attractions of Tridibnagar: Sunderban is a delta region and boats are the only modes of travelling if you want to explore the complex network of tidal waterways, mudflats and small islands of salt-tolerant mangrove forests. The unique interconnected network of waterways makes almost every corner of the forest accessible by boat. The major attractions are the watch towers at Sajnekhali, Sudanyakhali, Dobanki and others from where you can catch a glimpse of the wildlife.
Things to do in Tridibnagar: Take a village walk in the paddy fields and chase the ducks to the puddle. If bird watching is your hobby, then the early mornings of Tridibnagar can yield some nice surprises for you. But the best thing to do in Tridibnagar is to take a mud trek over the mangrove regions to discover the local flora and fauna and take a country boat to visit some local river islands. You can take long walks taking to the edges of paddy fields, do some fishing, try out Khejur Rash (date palm juice) early mornings, do some campfire in the evenings and simply de-stress your weekend. Family addas during the afternoon and evening in the gazebo with a bonfire and cultural program can be a unique thing to do during your stay here. We can also arrange permits and boats for guided jungle safari in the Sunderbans which would take you to the watchtowers and creeks of Sunderbans.
How to reach Tridibnagar: The nearest major rail head is located at Canning (around 45 kms. away), from where buses and private vehicles ply to Jharkhali. Direct buses are available from Baruipur. One can also hire vehicles from Basanti to reach the island.
Best Time to visit Tridibnagar: You can visit Tridibnagar anytime of the year but jungle safari and watchtowers stay closed during the rainy season.
Lodging and dining facilities at Tridibnagar: We accommodate guests in two ethnic mud houses made responsibly, keeping in mind the regional rustic style of architecture with locally sourced material. There are 02 Double Bedded rooms and one Six Bedded Family room with provisions for extra guests in each room. All our rooms are adorned with facilities like attached western bathrooms, hot water arrangements, electric generator, comfy king-size beds and waterfront balconies. We also have a large pond for fishing, a vegetable garden, an open air Dining Area and an overdose of greenery in our village resort. Food is essentially Bengali Cuisine with the predominance of fish, fresh vegetables and Desi poultry locally sourced and served hot and fresh to our guests.