Bishnupur is famous for terracotta temples and Baluchari saree, it is an artistically flourishing town, set up by Malla Kings in 17 th century. Therefore these have immense grandeur in terms of history and architecture.
Chandipur Beach is a one of a kind place. With the sea being very exciting in it’s high tide and low tide, the place also has lip smacking sea food variety.
Bakkhali is just the place for tourists who would want to avoid crowd and commercialization, A fabulous sea beach and an excellent picnic spot aswell.
Shankarpur is rather one of the more serene sea beaches where you can get peace away from the cacophony of crowd. Listen to the tranquil voice of the sea; look straight into the starry night. An absolute “peace spot”
Krishnanagar is located at the southern banks of Jalangi River in Nadia. This historical town was ruled by Raja Krishna Chandra. The main attraction of this town is the Krishnanagar Raj Bari and is much renowned for “Matir Putul”.
Shantiniketan is the place to go if you love literature, music and culture blended with romanticism in its true sense.
Mandarmani is the ultimate luxury weekend getaway. Order an exotic fish preparation while sitting round a bonfire, listening to music and later getting a spa and a massage. The gold class is here!
Talasari beach is a pristine, quiet one with a rare panoramic view. It is here that river Subarnarekha meets the Bay of Bengal.
Home to the Royal Bengal Tigers and world’s largest mangrove forest, Sunderbans is a place worth visiting in a lifetime. Adventure meets good food and luxury. The result is an EXPERIENCE.
Haldia has more to offer to India than just foreign trade. With its rich collection of heritage locations, temples and local markets, Haldia is geared to be the next major tourist hub of West Bengal.
Chandannagar was previously under the rule of the Nawabs then the French took over followed. Hence the place haseen a myriad of cultures and has old buildings reminiscent of the periods as well as cultural heritage. A trip to this small town isn’t just relaxing but also a peek into the past.
Sagardwip is a small island and is a part of the Sundarbans group of islands. If you want to get a taste of India’s elaborate culture and beliefs, Sagardweep is just meant for you.
From the Nawabs of the pre-British era to the Lords from England, Murshidabad has seen it all. But the town is mainly a rich historical spot full of memories. The rich heritage, artifacts and elegant mahals are nothing short of spectacles.