Pratappur, Bankura – 175 kms. from Kolkata

Pratappur village is surrounded by forests on one side and River Damodar on the other. It is located on the border of Bankura and Bardhaman. The resort area covers a massive 68 acres land tract, which has been transformed into a horticultural wonder with vegetable...

Baburvani, Jangalmahal – 165 kms from Kolkata

Steeped in history and flanked by the Subarnarekha River, this tiny hamlet of Baburvani is surrounded by forests, cashew nut plantations and lush green paddy fields. It is an ideal place to spend a day or two, if you are keen on discovering heritage structures, deep...

Tridibnagar, Sunderban – 104 kms. from Kolkata

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...

Bhagabatipur, Birbhum – 180 kms from Kolkata

Welcome to Eastern India’s First Container Resort! The most unique concept of this resort is staying within Shipping Containers. Yes! They have converted the same shipping containers you see loaded on trucks ferrying goods across the highways into comfortable...

Asannagar Village, Krishnanagar – 135 kms from Kolkata

Asannagar is a beautiful riverside village, which has recently become one of the best places to de-stress yourself after a week of hectic work in the office. You can spend your weekend simply boating on the Jhor River, reading some great books, telling stories to the...

Purbasthali, Bardhaman – 120 kms from Kolkata

Purbasthali is a small town just 120 kms from Kolkata, located in the district of East Bardhaman, between Katwa and Nabadwip. It is situated on the banks of a beautiful Oxbow lake that is created by the River Ganga. This lake is 2 to 3 km long and attracts lots of...

Joypool, North 24 Pgns – 36 kms from Kolkata

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...

Chowdhury Zamindar Bari, Nimo – 95 kms from Kolkata

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)...

Somrabazar, Hooghly – 82 kms from Kolkata

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...

Nachan, Bardhaman – 188 kms from Kolkata

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...

Khoai, Shantiniketan – 165 kms from Kolkata

Khoai is a geological formation of small canyons resulting from constant erosion caused by wind and water. The Khoai Shantiniketan region in Bolpur is characterised by a patch of dry forest of Sonajhuri (Acacia Auriculiformis) trees on an eroded landscape of red...

Singee, Bardhaman – 135 kms from Kolkata

At Singee, you can walk along the paddy fields, marvel at 300-year old terracotta temples, make wishes to the magic tree and sit besides the Brahmani River gazing at the green horizon. There is something for everyone at Singee – a little know village in...

Agarhati, South 24 Pgs – 66 kms from Kolkata

While you sit at the green island and look out to the endless water meeting the sky at the horizon, a freshly cooked maach bhaja (fried fish) arrives to break your thought process. You bite a piece off and let your thoughts float with the clouds and suddenly you feel...

Chandpur, Midnapore – 170 kms from Kolkata

Chandpur is the newest beach destination near Kolkata. Still untouched by tourists, Chandpur has the cleanest stretch of beach anywhere near Kolkata. This beach is best for spending your weekend frolicking in the briny waters. But, Chandpur reveals its true mystery...

Rajendrapur, South 24 Pgs – 42 kms from Kolkata

Rajendrapur is a beautiful village just 42 kms from the heart of Kolkata. It is one of the best places to visit and de-stress yourself after a week of hectic work in the office. You wake up to the chirping of birds and watch out from the window of your mud hut to the...

Bawali, Budge Budge – 35 kms from Kolkata

Staying in three ethnic cottages located beside two large ponds surrounded by more than 180 species of plants and an overdose of greenery can be your next weekend destination near Kolkata. A cruising drive of 35 kms through the villages on the outskirts of Kolkata...

Raypur, Budge Budge – 35 kms from Kolkata

If you are searching for a nice riverside destination near Kolkata to de-stress yourself after a whole week of slogging in your workplace, then Raypur Budge Budge would be an ideal choice. An hour’s comfortable drive across the green paddy fields from the city’s heart...

Babur Haat, North 24 Pgs – 48 kms from Kolkata

Babur Haat is a quaint rural village located about 51 kilometers from Kolkata. It is a perfect weekend destination for families and friends who want to spend some quality time enjoying the rustic village with the different shades of a traditional Bengal village life....

Krishnanagar, Nadia – 100 kms from Kolkata

Krishnanagar is a historical city located at the southern banks of Jalangi River in Nadia district of West Bengal. It is mostly renowned for its founder and ruler, Raja Krishna Chandra Rai who was a prominent zamindar of Bengal. During the reign of Raja...

Nabadwip, Nadia – 116 kms from Kolkata

Nabadwip is a holy town situated at the picturesque confluence of the Bhagirathi and Jalangi Rivers in the Nadia district of West Bengal. The ancient temple town is spread across an area of 11.66 Sq. Km. Nabadwip was historically the erstwhile capital of Bengal during...

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