Whenever we think of West Bengal, myriad of ideas pop up in the mind. Be it rashogolla, Rabindranath Tagore or Hilsa fish.
But do you know Bengal is a place where your passion for travel can also meet its salvation? Be it the virgin villages situated at the foothills of the Himalayas or the serene beaches beside the gracious Bay of Bengal – West Bengal has got it all.
Thus, if you are ever planning to take a trip to West Bengal, make sure you are not restricting yourself to food, books and Durga Puja because Bengal has a lot more to offer.
In this article, we will talk about five virgin places of Bengal which are famous for its scenic beauty, history and glory.
Buxa is a village in the Alipurduar district of West Bengal within Buxa Tiger Reserve. It is situated in Dooars and is famous for trekking. One must not forget to visit Buxa fort whenever they are taking a trip to this village.
Covered in lush greenery and surreal natural beauty, Piyali Island is a haven for birdwatchers. Nestled at the confluence of rivers Matla and Piyali, the island is braced with mangrove trees.
Rishikhola lies between Kalimpong, West Bengal and the Sikkim border. Situated at the bank of hilly river Reshi, it is the starting point of many famous treks. Birds like Himalayan Bulbul and flora like Rhododendrons can be spotted here often.
Famous for its terracotta temples, Bishnupur is a town, especially celebrated for its rich culture including architecture, music and handicraft. People who are intrigued by beautiful architectures, music and paintings must keep Bishnupur in their bucket list to have an amazing travel experience.
Filled with lush greenery, clear water, small hills, and fresh air, Purulia is blessed with natural beauty. One must visit Ayodhya, Baranti and Surulia, whenever planning to take a trip to this magical town.
Let’s take a visual journey…
Intrigued? Plan a trip today to West Bengal and treat yourself and your loved ones with amazing travel experience.
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