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Weekend tour – Refresh yourself

Kolkata is a forms a good base for short getaways outside the city. Life Is Outside can help you choose and book the right getaway, easily accessible from Kolkata. Some magnifying places are Rishyap, Sunderbans, Henry’s Island, Bakkhali, Mayapur, Junput, Bishnupur, Shantiniketan, Tajpur, Mandarmani, Shankarpur, Talasari Beach, Digha, Chandipur, Puri, Mongpong, Kalimpong, Lolegaon, Samsing, Jaldapara.

Weekend tour destinations from Kolkata


Rishyap is a quaint, romantic village located in the pristine Neora Valley in northern West Bengal. The place is well known for the majestic views of the Kanchenjunga range.

The Sundarbans

The Sundarbans is a mangrove area in the delta formed by the confluence of Ganges, Brahmaputra and Meghna Rivers in the Bay of Bengal, the Royal Bengal Tigers along with a large array of wild species of various flora and fauna.

Henry’s Island

Henry’s Island is a serene island near the village of Bakkhali in the Indian state of West Bengal. Sunrises and sunsets should never be missed here.


Bakkhali is a small beach town located on the West Bengal coast. Beach walks, wind farms, boat rides, islands, cycle rides around town. Bakkhali is the perfect place for an exotic getaway right here.


Mayapur is a city located on the banks of the Ganga river, at the point of its confluence with the Jalangi River, near Nabadwip, Mayapur is famous for Chandrodaya Temple (first temple established by ISKCON in Mayapur), Samadhi of Prabhupada (temple dedicated to the founder of ISKCON), Shree Chaitanyamath (the birthplace of Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu), Goswami Maharaj Temple of Dashavatar and Chand Kazi’s Samadhi. Junput is a village in Deshapran CD Block in Contai subdivision of Purba Medinipur district in the state of West Bengal, this destination is sprinkled with myriad tall and green palm trees swaying their way through the white sandy beaches.

Weekend tour destinations from Kolkata


Bishnupur is famous for its terracotta temples Malla Shree Krishna Raslilla and the Baluchari sarees. Shantiniketan is A Small Town Near Bolpur famous due To Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore, whose vision became what is now A University Town – Visva-Bharati University.


Tajpur is set between Mandarmani and Shankarpur. The beach is clean and home to numerous red crabs. Mandarmani is one of the largest seaside resorts village in the state of West Bengal, Shankarpur is a virgin beach town located 14 km east of Digha.

Talasari Beach

Talasari Beach is a beach in the Baleswar district of Odisha, The palm trees surrounding the place gives such a name to it. Digha is a seaside resort town most popular in West Bengal.


Chandipur, is a beach in Baleswar, is unique in a way that the water recedes up to 5 kilometers during the ebb tide.

Puri – Konark (Odhisa)

Puri is one of the original Char Dham pilgrimage sites for Hindus. The Sun temple at Konark is also nearby. Mongpong is a small hill village located in the Kalimpong on the bank of the Teesta river. where it comes down to the plain after a long hill journey (nearly 200 km) and breaks into several channels and flows through the Mahananda Wildlife sanctuary, which makes an ideal breeding place for the migratory birds.


Kalimpong is a tourist destination owing to its temperate climate, natural environment and proximity to popular tourist locations in the region. It has a flower market notable for its wide array of orchids; nurseries, which export Himalayan grown flower bulbs, tubers, and rhizomes, contribute to the economy of Kalimpong.

A small peaceful hamlet in the Kalimpong subdivision of Darjeeling District, Lolegaon is nature’s paradise on its own with beautiful landscape, comprising lush green forest and serene valleys.

Samsing – Jaldapara

Samsing is a small hill village and tourist spot in the Matiali, Such adventures include Butterfly watching treks, Rhododendron forest treks, camp stay at the forest for one night, river trekking at River Neora Valley National Park, etc. The main attraction of Jaldapara park is the Indian one-horned rhinoceros. Jaldapara is a paradise for bird watchers. The other birds to be found here are the crested eagle, Pallas’s fish eagle, shikra, Finn’s weaver, jungle fowl, peafowl (peacock), partridge, and lesser pied hornbill. Pythons, monitor lizards, kraits, cobras, geckos, and about eight species of freshwater turtles can also be found here.

How to plan the weekend tour?

To be honest, there is no such plan that needs to be made one month or two months before, we tour lover makes the decision suddenly, like you. There are plenty of places nearby West Bengal and everyday new places are discovered by tour lovers. Let us know, how do you want to make your perfect weekend tour plan, we will arrange it for you.

Dada Boudir Tour and Travels, as a domestic tour operator, will make every effort to make your weekend trip a memorable one. Call us on 9917033448 or contact us on Or simply send us your inquiry using the online contact form on the contact us page.

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  1. […] The Sundarbans was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site on 5 December. Its Bangladesh and Indian parts are in fact adjacent to the same uninhabited land, but are listed on UNESCO’s World Heritage list under different names; Named “Sundarbans” and “Sundarbans National Parks” respectively. The Sundarbans are enclosed by a network of marine streams, mud chars and mangrove forests with small saline islands. The forest covers 5.9 percent of the total forest area, which covers an area of ​​1.5 square kilometers, and is covered with rivers, creeks and billows. As per survey, there are 5 tigers and 3 to 5 chitra deer now in the Sundarbans area. On May 27, 2012, Sundarbans was recognized as the place of Ramsay. Thousands of tourists visit Sundarbans every year. Numerous tourists from all over the country are fascinated by the beauty of the Sundarbans. By visiting the Sundarbans one gains various knowledge from its nature. […]

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