West Bengal: Kakdwip


Kakdwip or Kakdeep, situated at a distance of 91 km from Kolkata, is well known to the tourists as a connecting town to the different parts of Sundarban and to BokKhali sea beach. The town was previously famous for the revolt of Tebhaga. Blue streams of the well stretched Ganges along with the surrounding forests of Eucalyptus and Jhaubithika are accountable for a very pleasant and enjoyable environment in Kakdwip. You should also see the archeological museum and the nearby temple of Vishalakhi.

If you are interested then you can also visit Namkhana, a 14 km away destination from Kakdeep.

How to reach: Trains to Kakdwip are leaving from Sealdah South Railway Station, Kolkata. Buses will also take you to Kakdwip in two and half hours.

Where to stay: PWD Dukbaungalow and Hotel Sun.