The sea recedes nearly five kilometres everyday with the tide - a sight not to be missed. About 2 km away is Balaramgadi where the river Budhabalang meets the sea. A trip through the mouth of the meandering river on a fisherman's boat is an overwhelming experience. You will get an opportunity to watch them cast their nets and catch fishes which is a memorable experience for all tourists. Fish is especially inexpensive here so it is an attractive and exciting practise for tourists to buy different types of fishes at a low price and enjoy their meal.
Mandarmoni and Tajpur are absolutely tranquil beach and hotels are along the sea beach. As such, there is no beach side road. The 5 KM long beach itself acts as motorable road to reach many of the hotels or resorts. During high tide period in rainy season, the beach becomes inaccessible. Very high tide reaches the hotel compound.
Shankarpur is in between Mandarmoni and Digha. It is a recently developed sea beach resort. It is also a big fishing harbour. The harbour is always busy with trawlers and fishing boats. The beach is vast and flat with solid sands bordered by high sand mounds and casuarina plantation. The beach is truly calm and quite with exceptionally fewer tourist. A few good hotels & lodges, both Govt. and private, are now available here.
Shillong is a hill station in northeast India and capital of the state of Meghalaya. It’s known for Lady Hydari Park’s manicured gardens. Nearby, Ward’s Lake is surrounded by walking trails. North, the Don Bosco Centre for Indigenous Cultures features displays on the region’s native people. Waterfalls include the Elephant Falls to the southwest. East of here, forested Shillong Peak offers city views.
Cherrapunji is a subdivisional town in the East Khasi Hills district in the Indian state of Meghalaya. It is credited as being the wettest place on Earth, but nearby Mawsynram currently holds that record.
Gangtok is the capital of the mountainous northern Indian state of Sikkim. Established as a Buddhist pilgrimage site in the 1840s, the city became capital of an independent monarchy after British rule ended, but joined India in 1975. Today, it remains a Tibetan Buddhist center and a base for hikers organizing permits and transport for treks through Sikkim’s Himalayan mountain ranges.
Nestled among the rolling mountains with the glistening Mt Kanchenjunga towering over the azure sky, Darjeeling fondly called "Queen of the Hills", provides a perfect gateway for those seeking to be in harmony with nature.
This is the land of the muscatel flavoured Darjeeling tea revered by connoisseurs across the globe. It is certainly that Darjeeling in the post modern era comprises of six T’s -Tea, Teak, Tourism, Toy Train, Tiger Hill and Trekkers’ paradise.
Mandarmani is a seaside resort village in the state of West Bengal, India, lies in East Midnapore district and at the northern end of the Bay of Bengal. It is one of the large and fast developing seaside resort village of West Bengal. It is almost 180 km from Kolkata Airport on the Kolkata - Digha route. red crabs crawling around the 13 km long beach is a special attraction of Mandarmani. It is argued to be the longest driveable (drive in) beach in India.