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...

Choto Kolagachia, Sunderbans – 82 kms from Kolkata

This is a small riverside town at the confluence of Chota Kolagachia River and Rampur River on the fringe of Sunderban. A small busy Ferry Ghat ferries passengers and goods to different parts of Sunderban from here. Country boats pass through the river every minute...

Sajnekhali, Sunderban – 130 kms from Kolkata

If your soul lusts for greenery and adventure, then you will truly treasure your stay at Sajnekhali Bird Sanctuary nestled amidst lush Sunderban Forests at the confluence of River Matla and Gumdi. Sajnekhali being the home of the Royal Bengal Tiger is also a heaven...

Raidighi, Sunderbans – 110 kms from Kolkata

If you are yearning for a break from your bustling city life, plan for a weekend holiday at Raidighi, which is truly an enchanting weekend destination. The small town of Raidighi is located on the way to Sunderban. The location is one of its kind, offering something...

Frazergunj, Sunderbans – 127 kms from Kolkata

If you are looking for a serene holiday location to enjoy your lazy weekend, Frazergunj will be the ideal destination for you. Frazergunj is a part of a pristine white beach, stretching for 7 km located on one of the Ganges deltaic island admiring the south of Bengal....

Piyali Island, Sunderbans – 75 kms from Kolkata

If you want to experience the tranquility of nature along with a touch of the Sunderban, then you can make a trip to the Piyali Island. You can drive to the Piyali Island after crossing a small bridge over River Piyali. The two rivers Matla and Piyali surround this...

Bakkhali, Sunderban – 132 kms from Kolkata

Bakkhali has been a very popular place of attraction for a long time. Moreover, with the development of barge over the Hatania-Doania River, Bakkhali became all the more accessible. Bakkhali today is completely different from what it used to be some 10 years back. All...

Kalash Island, Sunderban – 100+ kms from Kolkata

Located on the banks of the Bay of Bengal is the Kalash camp and lying beside it the Kalash beach. The forest conservation department has created the Kalash camp over an area of 4 acres. Although, it is well protected with a fence of 10 feet high and 20 feet trench,...

Jambu Dwip, Bakkhali – 132 kms from Kolkata

Jambu Dwip is a small island located at the seamouth of Ganga in South 24 Parganas. This island houses a great range of bird species, reptiles and fish life. Besides, it is also the home of a huge casuarinas grove. Places to see at Jambu Dwip: The main attraction of...

Sagardwip, Sunderban – 135 kms from Kolkata

Sagardwip is highly famed as a major Hindu holy site, where millions of pilgrims assemble from nook and corner of India every year for taking the holy dip in the Sagar (the large water body). However, apart from this, the place is still not much recognized as a...

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