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...

Simlipal Tiger Reserve, Mayurbhanj – 240 kms from Kolkata

Located at an average altitude of around 2880 feet above sea level and spread over 2750 sq. km. the Simlipal National Park is a tiger reserve in the Mayurbhanj district. It has been enlisted as a part of the UNESCO World Network of Biosphere Reserves since 2009. 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,...

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...

Bhitarkanika National Park, Kendrapara – 82 kms. from Bhadrak

If you are looking to spend some quiet time in the lap of nature, enjoying the beauty of lush greenery along with diversified flora and fauna—Bhitarkanika Mangrove Forest is the place that you are looking for. Situated in the Kendrapara District of Odhisa in the coast...

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...

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...

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...

Baradih Village, Jhargram – 213 kms from Kolkata

Baradih Village is not just any upcoming weekend destination near Kolkata. Here, River Kansabati merges from the distant hills cloaked in deep lush forests and meanders past you while you wait in the balcony of your cottage to catch a glimpse of the setting sun over...

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