Weekend Destinations from Kolkata

Whether you are living in Kolkata or visiting the city, sometimes getting away from the hustle and bustle can do wonders to your mind and body. Kolkata has several interesting places to travel to over the weekend, and you can choose from the majestic mountains, the tranquil coast lines, the mangrove swamps, or even an overnight stay at river-side resorts and ancient bungalows of the once landed gentry of the place.

Breathing Earth

This lovely resort is a great find, just a 40-minute drive from Kolkata. Stay in mud houses with all modern amenities, specially designed to keep you well grounded (literally as well as metaphorically), and be in harmony with its natural surroundings. The luxury resort is beautifully landscaped, w...

Itachuna Rajbari

Just two hours from Kolkata, this beautiful century-old property set amidst nature will give you a chance to relax, sit under a starlit sky, smell the wet earth and snuggle into a cosy bed at the end of the day. Itachuna Rajbari is well known for its great foodand impeccable hospitality. This quick ...

Mukutmanipur

A place of great natural beauty, Mukutmanipur is just four hours away from Kolkata. Its undulating terrain along the southern edge of the Kansabati River is a visual treat in green and terracotta. From Mukutmanipur visit Bishnupur renowned for its terracotta or burnt clay temples and monuments that ...

Raichak

A 60-kilometre drive from Kolkata will bring you to Raichak, a place that offers spectacular views of the River Hoogly and the 18th-century Raichak Fort. The fort was once the symbol of imperial power. Here once lived the General Reginald Watson and his beautiful doe-eyed daughter Caroline, but as i...

Shantiniketan

A three-hour drive from Kolkata will bring you to the distinguished university town of Shantiniketan. Home of the Vishwa Bharati University that was founded in 1921 by noble laureate Rabindranath Tagore, Shantiniketan has always been associated with exceptional standards of learning. In Shantiniketa...

Sundargram

After a hectic week at work, you can rejuvenate yourself at Sundargram, in Rajendrapur, a small village just 35 km from the heart of Kolkata. Wake up to the chirping of birds and look out of your window to the lush green paddy fields dotted with towering coconut trees. You get to stay in mud huts de...

Sunderban

Located in the southern part of the Indian state of West Bengal this is the land of the majestic Royal Bengal Tiger. Fishermen, honey gatherers, and poachers are particularly vulnerable to the advances of the big cat, but when you venture into the mangrove forest, we make sure you get to experience ...

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