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...

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...

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)...

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...

Ballavpur Wildlife Sanctuary – 172 kms from Kolkata

With an area of 200 hectares Ballavpur Wildlife Sanctuary located on the fringes of the University town of Bolpur is just the perfect getaway for your next weekend. Just a kilometer from the Viswa Bharati University area, this lush Wildlife Sanctuary is home to three...

Sonajhuri, Santiniketan – 165 kms from Kolkata

At Sonajhuri you can enjoy the lost charm of Shantiniketan with the winding village roads, untouched forests, Adivasi Villages, the Kopai River and the Khoai region. Sonajhuri is situated very near to the northern side of Visva Bharati, Santiniketan. Those who do not...

Beloon Eco Village, Bardhaman-175 kms from Kolkata

Want to spend a relaxing, peaceful holiday away from the humdrum of city life? Have only a weekend to spare out of your busy schedule? Don’t worry! It will only take a weekend to rediscover the rural life of Beloon Eco Village and rejuvenate your senses with a stroll...

Supur, Birbhum – 191 kms from Kolkata

Supur, located at a distance of 14 km from Bolpur, is an ideal weekend getaway, which upholds the perfect blend of history and art. Nestled on the riverbank of Ajay River, this small age-old village of Birbhum shot to fame in the 18th century, when the French traders...

Santiniketan, Birbhum – 212 kms from Kolkata

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...

Tarapith, Birbhum – 294 kms from Kolkata

Tarapith is a renowned temple town of West Bengal located some 10 kilometers from Rampurhat in Birbhum district. It is famous for the temple of Goddess Tara who is believed to be an avatar of Sati in Hinduism. This Tantric Hindu temple belonging to the Shakta sect of...

Maithan, Bardhaman – 226 kms from Kolkata

Maithan is an incredible tourist spot located in the converging point of river Damodar and Barakor, found in the boundary line of the two states of West Bengal and Jharkhand. Adorned with small hills and patches of jungle, the immense water body of Maithan covers an...

Bakreswar, Birbhum – 230 kms from Kolkata

Bakreswar is a romantic escape offering visual splendor with its exquisite natural beauty. It is the serene beauty of Bakreswar that appeals the tourists who keep on coming back time after time to this very place. BOOK YOUR TRIP TO BAKRESWAR   Places to see at...

Sabuj Bon, Birbhum – 220 kms from Kolkata

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....

Tumbani, Rampurhat – 260 kms from Kolkata

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...

Rasulpur, Bardhaman – 96 kms from Kolkata

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...

Deul Park, Bardhaman – 165 kms from Kolkata

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....

Bubahat Neelkuthi, Birbhum – 290 kms from Kolkata

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...

Bhalki Machan, Bardhaman – 135 kms from Kolkata

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...

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