West Bengal Tourism

City fo Joy

Kolkata the City of Joy was founded by Job Chornok with 3 villages Sutanati, Gobindapur and Kolikata.

Kolkata is the home of five Nobel laureates – Ronald Ross, Sir C.V. Raman, Rabindranath Tagore, Mother Teresa and Amartya Sen. Kolkata has its own ethics, art, cinema and theatre, science and industry which is different from other .

With rich heritage Building, Victoria Memorial, bustling streets and modern Shopping Malls, Amusement Park Kolkata got a modern look blend with its own culture and Tradition. Best time to visit Kolkata is from October to March as Kolkata wears a radiant look. Sunshine, mild winter, lights, colours, fairs, festivals, galas and excursions, the mood is infectious and spirit sweeping.

WildLife in Bengal

Sunderban, Doars, Jaldapara are the wild life parks in West Bengal. Sunderban is famous for its Royal Bengal Tigers while Jaldapara and Doars are famous for its Rhinos and Elephants.

Best time to visit Wild Life is from October to March

Golden Beaches In Bengal

South of Kolkata present great beaches like Digha – Shankarpur – Junput – Bakkhali – Frazergunj and Sagardwip. Beaches are girdled with casuarinas plantations along the coast. The sea is calm and shallow for about a mile from the beach making it quite safe for swimming.Regular transport service is there to visit.Best Time October to March

Mountains of Bengal

North of Bengal is covered with Eastern Himalayas. Sunrises in the snow covered Kanchanjunga has its own charm. Darjeeling, Kurseong, Kalimpong, Mirik, Doars Valley, Lava & Lolagaon, Siliguri are the famous hill stations in West Bengal. Scenic beauty, Festivals, adventure sports, tea gardens and the people out there made north Bengal a pride tourism spot and a chosen destination for tourism internationally. Tea of West Bengal specially Darjeeling Tea is famous worldwide. Best Time October to March

Must See Festivals In West Bengal

One proverb in Bengali says that there are 13 festivals in 12 months in Bengal. Best festivals occurs in Autumn that means in October. Bengalis pride Durga Puja goes for 5 days then it is followed by Lakskmi Puja , ID, Kali Puja. October months becomes “ A month of Light , Colors and Drums”. In winter there is Ganga Sagar Mela with the advent of spring, comes Holi, the festival of colours. Poila Baishakh the Bengali New Year is celebrated in April. In short, there’s never a dull moment for the tourist.


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