Have you ever wondered how the sea of clouds look like? You may have seen some photographs of such majestic views but experiencing practically is a completely different thing.
Imagine yourself seating by a sea beach and watching a magnificent sunset not far away from your home.
Yes it is possible.
Kolkata is located in such a geographical position, we can easily travel by means of train, car or airplane. West Bengal has 210 Km of coastline that includes Bakkhali, Tajpur, Mandarmani, Digha and a few more sea beaches.
Imagine you are amidst the lush green vegetation, soaking in the beaches of Goa! The cool breeze just touched your face and you are jumping along with the waves. Aren’t you thrilled by the sheer imagination, just think how much excited will you be if it were real?
Everyone loves to explore the unknown and traveling is the key to unravel the unknown lands. We love traveling to both weekend destinations as well as long trips to get rid of the monotonous lifestyle. It does not matter if you are an adventure lover or despiser, you will crave fresh air.
If you are expecting a small village surrounded by misty mountains, Kalipokhri (or Kalpokhri) won’t disappoint you. The village lies just 7 Km away on the trek route to Sandakphu. Here you can halt and take a rest for a night after a long trek of 13 Km from Tumling that can be hectic, especially for beginners.
Do you love visiting seas but want to avoid the crowd like in Digha?
Or, do you have a very short time in hand but want to make it worth with your loved one?
Then Tajpur in West Bengal is the one offbeat travel destination that may fulfill all your desires. It is located in Purba Medinipur, West Bengal that can be easily reached from Kolkata or Digha. It lies between Mandarmani and Shankarpur.
Meghalaya is rich with lush green mountains, pine-covered hills, crystal clear rivers, spectacular waterfalls, and biodiversity-rich flora and fauna. It is also the wettest state of India.
While each place in the state is beautiful, some incredible places attract tourists the most. One such town is Dawki, a small hamlet nestled in the Jaintia Hills near the border of India and Bangladesh. It is famous for its crystal clear water of the Umngot river (also known as the Dawki river).