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Weekend Gateways Short Tours Near Kolkata

Kolkata Nearby Tourist Places | Historical Places

Best Weekend Destinations Near Kolkata

Cultural Trekking Camping Tours

Heritage Historical Tours Near Kolkata

Purulia & Shantiniketan Tour

Thousands of tourists come to visit Purulia every year to witness the charm of the natural beauties of Ayodhya,Turga Falls, Dawri khal in Kesto Bazar Dam, Lahoria Shiv Mandir, Matha and Kuilapal, falls and tribal habitations of Ajodhya Hills and Bagmundih, Panchet & Murguma Dam and Futiari, heritage building like Panchakot Raj Place, trekking range of Matha proud with Pakhi Pahar and Joychandi Pahar,  Baranti, Duarsini, Doladanga, Jamuna, traditional folk dance and culture like Chhou Dance and Jhumur Song.

Shantiniketan in Bolpur is 165 km from Kolkata . It was established by Maharshi Devendranath Tagore, and expanded Rabindranath Tagore and is now a university town with the creation of the Visva-Bharati University. Some of the neareby attractions are Sonajhuri haat, Amar Kutir, Ballabhpur Deer Park. Inside University complex one can come across Patha Bhavana, many note able work of art by renowned artist. Shantiniketan on two sides by the rivers, the Ajay and the Kopai.

Bakkhali Beach Tour

Bankura district is located in north western part of West Bengal. Bankura has gained much popularity among tourists hailing from India. The place has a rich cultural and traditional heritage. Bishnupur is a tourist spot of Bankura district. It is 152 km from Kolkata and 34 km from Bankura Town. It is known for terracotta temples and Baluchari sarees. Temples of Bishnupur include Jor Mandir, Rasmancha, Radhamadhab Temple, Kalachand Temple, Madan Mohan Temple, Radha-Gobinda Temple and Shyam Ray Temple. Joyrambati is 98 km from Kolkata. It is the birthplace of Sree Sree Maa Sarada Devi. Susunia Hill is 50 km from Bisnupur and 21 km from Bankura. It is known for a natural spring and a historical stone engraving . Biharinath Hill is the tallest (448 m) of Bankura District. It is 57 km from Bankura Town. Mukutmanipur is a tourist spot of Bankura District. It is 55 km from Bankura District headquarters. It is the second biggest earthen dam of India. Jhilimili has a dense natural forest. It lies 70 km from Bankura Town.

Other Tour Packages

Bengal stretches to the Bay of Bengal in the south. The coastal strip of West Bengal, extending from the Gangetic Delta to the border of Orissa, has some beautiful coastal shoreline, such as Digha, Shankarpur, Mandarmani, Bakkhali, Gangasagara, and Tajpur.
West Bengal is the state on the eastern coastline of India that overlooks the Bay of Bengal. Encompassing a diverse geography, West Bengal is home to both mountains and beaches. The clear waters of the Bay of Bengal, the estuaries of the mighty Ganga and the lazily stretched coastline make Bengal a paradise for the water lovers. With a number of unspoilt and unexplored beaches, Bengal is lately becoming a first choice for the beach lovers. With the calm and composed atmosphere and the beautifully playing waters, beaches here quietly romance with the undulating beauty of the sea.

Bankura, Bishnupur & Mukutmanipur Tour

Mayapur is situated adjacent to Nabadwip, at the confluence of two rivers, where the waters of the river Jalangi mix with the Ganga. It is located about 130 km north of Kolkata within Nadia district. Along with Nabadwip, it is considered a spiritual place by the adherents of Sanatana Dharma, also known as Hinduism. It is said to be the birthplace of Chaitanya Mahaprabhu. The headquarters of ISKCON is situated in Mayapur. The largest temple in the world will open its doors this month after the first floor gets all the final finishing touches. The Temple of Vedic Planetarium is all set to unveil soon. Nabadwip is where Chaitanya Mahaprabhu was born. Located on the western bank of the Hooghly River, it is considered to have been founded in 1063 CE, and served as the old capital of the Sena dynasty. This place has turned into an important center of pilgrimage for the Vaishnavs worldwide as well as the Hindus in general. Many devotees come to Nabadwip Birthday of Shri Mahaprabhu & festivities like Dol yatra, Ras purnima, Gaura-purnima.

Mayapur & Nabadwip Tour

Digha Biswa Bangla Beach Park

Weekend Destinations Near Kolkata 

Beaches Of Bengal Tour- Digha, Mandarmani & Others

Mayapur Tour
Bankura Tourism
Shantiniketan Tour