One day Sundarban tour from Kolkata

One day Sundarban tour from Kolkata

If you are really short on time, then this Sundarban tour in 1 day from Kolkata can be your pick:   About Sunderbans and Sundarban Tour The Sundarban National Park is the largest delta region of the world i.e. the Bay of Bengal. It is also the largest single block of tidal mangrove forest. The UNESCO has declared this reserve forest as a World Heritage Site. The forest lies in the mouth of...

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Murshidabad – Land of Nawabs

Located along the banks of River Bhagirathi, this historic town stands witness to the advent of British Imperialists in the land of Bengal that changed the destiny of India for the next 200 years. It was here that the great Battle of Plassey was fought in 1757 between Lord Clive and Siraj-Ud-Daulah, the Nawab of Bengal. The town is most noted for its palace and other adjoining architectures...

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Mayapur and ISKCON Trip

A beautiful abode of the Gods surrounded by thriving natural beauty, ISKCON Mayapur Dham is a place where one can find immense soulful peace. Built with the unique concept of ancient Vedic village, here you will meet people that belong to a different age completely. The religious ambience and the serene natural beauty along with traditionally decked women and men remind you of Lord Krishna’s...

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Lakes and Highlands

The picturesque Lakes and Highlands of Bengal will invariably remind you of the famous novels of Bengali authors like Rabindranath Tagore, Sarat Chandra Chattyopadhyay, Bibhuti Bhusan Bandyopadhyay and many more who have most beautifully described the topographical features of rural Bengal. We arrange for short excursion (1 night or 2 nights) trips to the following locations: Biharinath Hill The...

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Santiniketan – Abode of Rabindranath Tagore

The distinguished town of Shantiniketan is world renowned. Shantiniketan was founded by Maharishi Debendranath Tagore, the illustrious father of the Noble Laureate and poet of India, Rabindranath Tagore. Located in the Bolpur district of West Bengal, the town was converted by Rabindranath Tagore into an abode of progressive learning. In 1901, he built an ashram modeled on the ancient Gurukul...

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Magestic Rivers

From Kolkata, nice riverside spots are accessible easily. A night out at Taki or Diamond Harbour can be a great blend with Kolkata Sightseeing Tour. Taki If you want to experience the flavor of staying in a ‘Bagan Bari’ of Bengal then Taki is the place to be. Bagan Bari refers to a Country House where one can spend leisurely time during holidays in the lap of nature. The culture of Bagan...

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Forest and Wildlife

Joypur Forest The home of the beautiful Spotted Deer- Cheethals, this reserve forest of Bengal is spread across an area of 120 square kilometers. Thriving with a verdant vegetation of Sal, Teak, Amla and Bahera trees, this forest is located near the pre-historic town of Bishnupur. The wildlife also consists of a good population of exotic birds and abundant number of parrots. During winters, one...

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Village Life

If you are looking to get away from the vapid world of concrete jungle and spend some real time in the wilderness of nature then Monchasa is just the right place to be. Located on the banks of Bagda River in the remote village of Paushi, in East Midnapur district of West Bengal, one can actually savor the original flavor of rural India. Imbibed with every bit of traditional village culture,...

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Sea Beaches

Digha A favorite sea side weekend destination of West Bengal. The Digha sea beach has remained unparalleled in popularity as a holiday hotspot for many generations. It is a major shore of Bay of Bengal located in the East Midnapur district bordered by the state of Orissa. The sea town is divided into two parts namely: Old Digha and New Digha. Since a part of the beach in Old Digha has got...

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Terracotta Temples at Bishnupur

We provide small customized excursion trips (1 Night or 2 Nights) to the wonderful terracotta temples of Bishnupur. This beautiful temple town of West Bengal takes you back to the era of an ancient time when art and culture was the dominant theme of that age. The town of Bishnupur is famous for its terracotta architecture that flourished during the 17th century under the Malla kingdom. The...

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