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...

Tamdhara, Kurseong – 52 kms from Siliguri

Located at an altitude of 5200 feet overlooking the mighty Mt. Kanchenjungha and surrounded by tea gardens and pine forests on all sides, Tamdhara is a secret very few have ever discovered. Still untouched by mass tourism, the village of Tamdhara is just 33 kms from...

Madhupur Guest House, Jharkhand – 300 kms from Kolkata

Throughout the early part of the last century, Madhupur has been considered a health resort by the elites of Bengal due to its soothing climate and magic mineral – rich water, which is said to have curative properties. Madhupur is a typical hilly region with...

Dalep Gaon, Kalimpong – 90 kms from Siliguri

At Dalep Gaon, guests leave themselves into the solitude of serenity. If you are longing for a quiet vacation soaked with traditional Gurkha hospitality, then a few day’s stay in this home stay would surely meet your expectations. The best gift of Dalep Gaon for its...

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...

Jhusing, Neora Valley – 105 kms. from Siliguri

Located at an altitude of 5400 feet above sea level, in a remote corner of the Kalimpong Hills is one of Eastern Himalayas best kept secrets – Jhusing. A fabulous panoramic view of Mt. Kanchenjungha, countless species of birds and butterflies, trek routes to hidden...

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...

Turyok, Kurseong – 55 kms. from Siliguri

Located at an altitude of 5000 feet overlooking the mighty Mt. Kanchenjungha and surrounded by gardens, forests and terraced farmlands on all sides, Turyok is a secret very few have ever discovered. This little picturesque village is guarded by lush green hills nearly...

Rainee Khola, Kurseong – 57 kms from Siliguri

Rainee Khola is a rivulet which runs through rocks and boulders snaking through dense forests. We built our nature resort in the middle of untouched nature on the banks of the Rainee Khola. You would often find peacocks visiting your abode and a waterfall in the...

Chandaka Dampara Wildlife Sanctuary – 20 kms. from Bhubaneswar

Just 20 kms. from the capital city of Bhubaneshwar perched on the North-Eastern Ghats of India is the Chandaka – Dampara Wildlife Sanctuary spread over 193.39 sq. kms. Here, you can enjoy Open Vehicle Jungle Safari to spot wild animals like Elephants, Chital,...

Ziro, Kalimpong – 63 kms. from Siliguri

Tucked on the edge of a cliff with panoramic views of Mt. Kanchenjungha, River Teesta, Tarey Bhir and Melli town, our home stay in Ziro is one of the best places to spend a few idle days far from the crowd. Being close to Kalimpong, it offers a host of sightseeing...

Kashyem, Kalimpong – 89 kms from Siliguri

Located around 24 kms. from Kalimpong town, Kashyem is a small village, surrounded by forests and perched on a hilltop at 4000 feet above sea level with breathtaking views of Mt. Kanchenjungha, lush forests and winding mountain roads. Here, you can wake up to the call...

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...

Mandasaru Gorge – Khandamal, 155 kms. from Brahmapur

The Mandasaru Gorge is perched on a plateau around 2500 feet above sea level and the gorge is 820 feet deep from the main surface of the plateau. The Mandasaru Gorge ecosystem is located in the eastern part of Kandhamal District of Odisha and is surrounded by dense...

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...

Bhalukhop, Kalimpong – 72 kms from Siliguri

Our home stay in Bhalukhop is around 8 kms from Kalimpong town perched on a hilltop at 5300 feet above sea level with breathtaking views of Mt. Kanchenjungha and River Teesta meandering below. Here, you can wake up to the call of unknown birds, enjoy picking up plums...

Barkandia, Hirakund WLS – 40 kms. from Sambalpur

At Barkandia, you would stay in cottages amidst a dense forest surrounded by hills with a magnificent view of one of the largest lakes in Asia. The Barkandia beat of Hirakund Wild Life Sanctuary is home to an encouraging population of Indian Bisons (Gaurs), Elephants,...

Kharibil, Digha – 235 kms. from Kolkata

Just 15 kms from the tourist hub of Digha is the serene village of Kharibil in Balasore District of Odisha. Here, the majestic Subarnarekha River meets the sea and creates a mangrove forest covering 563 Ha along the coast of Bay of Bengal. This marine eco-system...

Thurrup, Kurseong – 42 kms. from Siliguri

Located at an altitude of 5500 feet overlooking the mighty Mt. Kanchenjungha and surrounded by tea gardens on all sides, Thurrup is a secret very few have ever discovered. Just 28 kms. from main town Kurseong, Thurrup has always escaped the glare of mass tourism. A...

Hanspokhri, Dudhia – 45 kms. from Siliguri

Here’s a jungle camp secretly tucked within the deep forests of Hanspokhri at Indo-Nepal border, just beside the Balasun River. Untouched flora and fauna of the sub Himalayan type and a few tribal villages and terraced paddy fields bound the camp. Staying in...

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