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Once the proud capital of the British Raj, Kolkata is deeply evocative of an era and sensibility lost in time. Established as the trading post for the East India Company on the banks of the Hooghly River by Job Charnock in 1690, it grew to be the biggest colonial trade center in Asia, earning it the name "Jewel of the East."

We provide Kolkata Tour Packages. Kolkata is called city of Joy, you will find people from different state of India and Foreign Nationals those are staying in Kolkata & nearby places for their official work or purpose of Business. Kolkata is well connected by air, road & train with other state in India as well as by road with three neighbouring International countries and by air with rest of the world .

Kolkata is the only place from where you can easily access the sea side & forest as a weekend tour destination as well as hill station of North Eastern state,  Darjeeling - Kalimpong in West Bengal, Puri in Orissa and Thimpu - Paro in Bhutan.

Kolkata is being a Capital city of West Bengal having good road , rail & air route communication to all destination. More over we are the only state in INDIA from where you can access Sea side to enjoy the beach in Mondarmoni, digha, shankarpur, mountain to enjoy the summer as well as winter holidays in Darjeeling and lastly forest of North Bengal as well as Sundarban to see the world famous Royal Bengal Tiger.

Weekend Holiday Tour Packages

Kolkata Local tour Full Day
We provide Weekend Holiday Packages - "Weekend Getaways Kolkata", "Romantic Weekend Kolkata" etc.

Option–1:-Birla Tara Mondal, Zoo, Victoria Memorial, Indian Museum, Outram Ghat, BBD Bag, Jorashako Thakur Bari, Paresh Nath Temple .
Option–2:-Birla Tara Mondal, Indian Museum, Outram Ghat, Victoria Memorial, Science City, Nicco Park. Temple Tour :- Birla Temple, Dharmankur Buddhist Temple, Thantania Kali Bari, Pareshnath Temple, Dhakineshwar Temple & Belur Math .(Its a full day tour specially design for the NRI’s & foreign national to visit the most Important Temples in Kolkata, West Bengal. We also organize the Evening Lighting show at Belurmath or Dhakhineshwar as per convenience.

Further details about the places , refer our history of Kolkata page .

Weekend Tour Packages
1. Garpanchkot – Maithon – Panchet Dam - 2 night / 3 days by Car/ Train :- It’s a 4 hrs by Train from Kolkata or 6 hrs drive by car to Asansol

2. Mukut Manipur – Bankura & Bishnupur – 3 n / 4 days:- It’s a 3 ½ hrs drive from Kolkata

3. Digha, Shankarpur & Mandarmuni – 3 nights/ 4 days- All three places are sea beach & very close to Kolkata , It’s a 3 hrs drive by car

4.Mandarmani beach in 2night/3 days - Transfer from contai railway station by ac / non ac car and accommodation with breakfast with One candle night dinner

5. Shimlipal Forest – 2 night/3 days:- Shimlipal forest with Chandipur on Sea. – 3n/ 4 days It’s 3 hrs train journey from Kolkata by Train to Balasore in Orissa

6. Sundarban Tour Packages

1night/2days Sundarban tour /Group departure dates 16th & 30th Nov2013, Rs.3500/- per person on family basis non ac room.
25th Dec 2013, 31st Dec & 23rd Jan 2014 Rs.4000/- per person on family basis non ac room
31st Dec 2013 New year celebration Rs. 300 extra per person, Twin sharing Rs. 500 extra per person

2 nights & 3 days Sundarban tour/Group departure dates-14th Oct, 14th Nov 2013 Rs. 4500/- per person on family basis non ac room upgradation to Ac room Rs. 500 extra per person 27th Dec 2013,24th Jan 2014 Rs.5000/- per person on family basis non ac room. Twin sharing Rs. 500 extra per person

7. Bhitarkanika National Park– 2n/3 days:- It’s a 3 ½ hrs from Kolkata by train to Bahadrak
Day 01: On arrival at Bhadrak Rly Stn drive to Bhitarkonika, check-in at forest bunglow. Evening free to relax.O/night stay
Day 02: After break-fast leave for crocodile sanctuary, bird sanctuary. Evening free to relax in forest bunglow.O/night stay
Day 03: Early morning leave for National Park, back to hotel for break-fast & check-out from hotel for transfer to Bhadrak Rly Stn for onward/ return journey

We can operate any day exclusive tour, for details call us or mail your query

Other travel related service

  • Coach & car hire services for Airport/Rly Station Pick-up & drop.
  • Coach & car Hire:- 9 -56 seater Luxury ac/ non ac coach with push back seat. For transfer & sight seeing- In nova,Indigo,Sumo,Indica & Amby
  • Guide service for sight seeing ( Language English & other language subject to availability)

We are also provide Assistance/escort service for Arrival & departure passenger with car pick - up & drop from Residence to Airport or v.v, Airport to Rly station, Hotel or v.v. Special care for aged people. Wheel chair passenger, 1st time traveler

Just give us a call our expert team will assist you

Weekend Holiday Tour Packages
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Weekend Tour to Sea Beaches of Bengal

Mandarmani :- It’s a small but fast developing seaside resort village in the state of west bengal, India. It lies in East Midnapore district and at the northern end of the Bay Bengal. Mandarmani is connected to Kolkata/ Howrah by a highway. It is argued to be the longest drivable beach in India Geo morphologically, this area has relatively low waves than nearer tourist beach of Digha. However still this beach is deposition with formation of neo dunes in several areas specially around Dadanpatrabar. From Contai this can be travelled through a place called Chaulkhola. You can avail train also to get down at Contai station. This is a drive-in beach. It is an ideal place to relax, far away from the hustle and bustle of Kolkata. The sunrise and sunset are a treat to the eyes. The peaceful atmosphere brings a sense of relief to one's soul.

Shankarpur :-
It’s a virgin beach in Midnapur Town just before 14 Kms of DIgha – Contai Road. It is also famous for Fishing harbor in this region , few hotels are there to stay along with one luxury hotel to cater upper class tourist . The luxury hotels is having there own pvt. area to relax on the beach with free transfer from hotel. This place is 160 Kms. from Kolkata also having train service from Howrah Station , but you have get down at Ramnagar which is the nearest Station of Shankarpur or you can avail car service from Digha Station also.

It’s also a famous beach nearly 174 kms by road , now a days Direct train service is also available from Howrah. Plenty of hotels available in different budget.

Junput :-
Junput is 40 km. from Digha and regular bus services are available. A bus from Digha would lead to Junput via Kanthi. Kanthi and Junput are eight kilometres apart.

Bakkhali :-
Its the second popular sea resort of west Bengal. It is located on one of the many deltaic islands, which spread across southern Bengal. Despite being isolated and having limited accommodation, it is very popular with the citizens of Calcutta. It is quiet and charming. Bakkhali is situated only 132 km away from Calcutta and there is a 7 km long beach stretching from Bakkhali to Frasergunj with gently rolling waves. The beach is not crowded, except on an occasional holiday. It is a hard beach suitable for cycling or even driving. The road journey from the fringe of Kolkata to Bakkhali takes about three hours. West Bengal Surface Transport Corporation runs a direct bus service from Kolkata to Bakkhali. One new spot also develop there for stay near

Bakkhali - Henry’s Island: Hugging the western boundary of the greater Sunderban region, and dotting a south-end corner of the ‘Mouths of the Ganges’, is this little known place called Henry’s Island. Kilometers of empty beach, placid sea, clear sky and excellent food are some of the attractions of this island.

Where is Henry’s Island?

  • Henry Island is near Bakkhali in South 24-Parganas of West Bengal. It is around 130 km from Kolkata.
  • Henry’s Island is named after a European who surveyed land in the area in the late 19th Century.
  • How to Reach Henry’s Island

By Road : Take foreshore road from Howrah. Cross 2nd Hoogly bridge and take Diamond Harbour Road Near Taratala. On reaching diamond Harbour proceed towards Namkhana Jetty via Kakdwip. Cross the Hatania-Doania creek on a berge which carries all kinds of vehicles along with men and women. The river is hardly 100-150 M wide. After crossing the river proceed towards Bakkhali. Just before Bakkhali, turn left on National Highway No 17 to reach Henry's Island. Bernard Road is a kilometer of narrow lane connecting Henry’s Island with the highway to Kolkata.

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  • Packaging Details: We also book hotels

    Mondarmoni - Oyesterbay room with swimming Pool facility and Eco Vila

    Digha - Hotel Rubina

    Shankarpur - Hotel Nest

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Ganga Sagar Tour Package

Ganga Sagar Mela:It is also known as Ganga Dussehra Mela is held in the month of January, on the occasion of Makar Sankranti at Sagardwip, about 105 km. south of Kolkata. Sagardwip is the island situated at the mouth of Ganga where the Hugli river joins the sea. This is the largest fair of the West Bengal and celebrated for three days. On this day, a large number of Hindu pilgrims collect here and take bath in the holy waters and visit the Kapil Muni Temple.

Basanta Panchami is another famous festival which is celebrated all over West Bengal. This festival is celebrated in the month of March and coincides with the festival of Holi. This festival is celebrated with great fervour in the university town of
Shantiniketan. In this festival, the students of Shantiniketan wear the yellow clothes and welcome the spring season through dance, songs and make merry by throwing the coloured powder and spraying the liquid colour at each other. On this day, the people also worship the goddess Saraswati, the goddess of learning. Some students also start their learning from this day.

The Bengali New Year or Naba Barsha is celebrated in April throughout West Bengal. The Bengali year starts from the first Baisakh (mid-April). The Bengalis celebrate the New Year by wearing new clothes, visiting the temples and the usual exchange of greetings and sweets.

Charak Puja is a traditional Bengali festival mainly celebrated in the West Bengal in India. This festival is specially celebrated in the rural areas of West Bengal but is famous among all over India. The festival is devoted to the deities Shiva and Shakti and celebrated to fight remove and fight against the pain and stress.This festival usually comes on mid of April that is on 15 to 20 of April.The festival is held on the day of ‘Chaitra Sakranti’

Rabindra Jayanti is celebration as the birthday of Rabindranath Tagore on 7 May. This festival is the most widely observed cultural festival in West Bengal. All cultural associations and groups celebrate this day with song, dance and drama composed by Tagore which run for days together. Various meeting and seminars are held for discussion on the different aspects of the life of Tagore.

Buddha Jayanti, the birth anniversary of Lord Buddha is also celebrated in West Bengal. This festival is celebrated in the month of May. This festival is colourfully celebrated at various Buddhist monasteries in Kalimpong and Darjeeling.
Id is the largest festival of the Muslims in West Bengal. The date of this festival is not fixed and celebrated in the month of May. Id-ul-Fitr comes after the lapse of the Ramzan month and marks a happy communion after a month of prayer and fasting. Seventy days after Id-ul-Fitr, comes another festive occasion, known as Id-ul-Juha. It is celebrated throughout the state, but with great grandeur in Kolkata. A very large congregation of Muslims and non-Muslims is held at the Kolkata Maidan.

The Christmas festival is also celebrated on a large scale like the Durga Puja. On this day, the various churches hold special prayers, including the Midnight mass.

Paush Mela is the most important fair of Shantiniketan. This fair is held in the month of December and coincides with the Shantiniketan's foundation day. This is the most important festival of Shantiniketan, among various other festivals celebrated here. The dance, music and drama programmes are organized in this fair. Santals, the tribals of the region and Bauls, the Bengal's wandering minstrels perform the local dances. The Vishnupur Festival is celebrated in Vishnupur at West Bengal. Vishnupur is mainly known for its beautiful terracotta temples and elegant silk sarees. This festival is organised every year between 27 and 31 December. This festival celebrates the rich heritage of the town of Vishnupur.

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Sundarban Weekend Tour package

2 nights & 3 days Mangrove Tour

Day 01:-
0830 hrs departure from Kolkata.
1130 hrs arrived at Gadhkhali
1200 hrs board the non ac tourist boat
1330 hrs Arrived at Pakhiralay,
1400 hrs have lunch
1600 hrs leave for Sunset cruise & bird watching
1730 hrs Arrived at Pakhiralay o/n stay.
1830 hrs Eve snacks with Tea
2100 hrs Dinner .

Day 02:-

0700 hrs Leave for Burir Dabri W.T.
0830 hrs Breakfast
1130 hrs Arrived at Burirdabri W.T
1200 hrs Leave for Pakhiralay
1300 hrs lunch on boat
1630 hrs Arrived at Pakhiralay o/n stay.
1830 hrs Eve snacks with Tea
2100 hrs Dinner.

Day 03:-

0700 hrs visit Sajnekhali W. T
0730 hrs leave for Island tour .
0830 hrs Breakfast
1130 hrs Arrived at Do banki W.T
1200 hrs Leave for Sudhanya Khali
1300 hrs Lunch on boat
1500 hrs Arrived at Sudhanya Khali W.T
1530 hrs Leave for Gadhakhali 
1700 hrs Arrived at Gadhkhali
1730 hrs Leave from Gadhakhali for Kolkata
2000 hrs Arrived at Science city Kolkata

Departure - 1st Nov 2013 - Rs. 5000/- per person (subject to minimum 10 heads) including all meals , sight seeing , transfer from Kolkata & accommodation on boat only. 

2 nights & 3 days Kalash Island Adventure tour

Day 01:-
0830 hrs departure from Kolkata.                  
1130 hrs arrived at Gadhkhali    
1200 hrs board the non ac tourist boat     
1400 hrs have lunch                                   
1730 hrs Arrived at Bony Camp, o/n stay.
1830 hrs Eve snacks with Tea
2100 hrs Dinner .                                          

Day 02:-
0530 hrs Dep.from Bony Camp for Kalash Island , 0830 hrs Breakfast
0930 hrs return back to Bony Camp & leave for Pakhiralay by 1000 hrs
1300 hrs lunch on the way.
1730 hrs Evening Tea & snacks
1830 hrs arrived at Pakhiralay.for o/n stay
2100 hrs Dinner

Day 3:

0630 hrs leave from hotel
0700 hrs arrived at Sajnekhali Watch tower
0730 hrs leave for Island tour for bird watching
0830 hrs breakfast on the way
1000 hrs arrived at Sudhanya Khali
1030 hrs leave for Gothkhali
1130 hrs lunch on the way
1200 hrs arrived at Gathkhali
1230 hrs leave for Kolkata
1500 hrs arrived at Kolkata Science city.

Departure - 1st Nov 2013 - Rs. 6000/- per person (subject to minimum 10 heads)
including all meals , sight seeing , transfer from Kolkata & accommodation on boat only. 

For 1n/2days & 2 n/3 days fixed departure & other tour itinerary, visit the Sundarban page.   

We also organize tailor made packages for individual traveler as per customers choice able date & time.

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Land of Tagore - Santiniketan Tour Package

It is a famous town in west Bengal. It has become a tourist spot because of its association with Rabindronath Tagore.

Santiniketan was previously called Bhubandanga (named after Bhuban Dakat, a local dacoit), and owned by the Tagore family. Rabindranath's father, Maharshi Debendranath Tagore, found it very peaceful and renamed it Santiniketan, which means abode (niketan) of peace (shanti).Rabindranath Tagore started Patha Bhavan the school of his ideals, after he received the Noble Prize (1913), the school was expanded into a university.

Kala Bhavana, the art college of Santiniketan, is still considered one of the best art colleges in the world. Other institutions here include Vidya Bhavana; the Institute of Humanities, Shiksha Bhavana; the Institute of Science, Sangit Bhavana; Institute of Dance, Drama and Music, Vinaya Bhavana; Institute of Education, Rabindra Bhavana, Institute of Tagore Studies and Research, Palli-Samgathana Vibhaga; Institute of Rural Reconstruction, and Palli Shiksha Bhavana; Institute of Agricultural Sciences.

Tourist attractions of Santiniketan

Santiniketan is a University town and a centre of learning. The Uttarayan complex where the poet lived consists of several buildings such as Udayana. Konark, Shyamali, Punascha and Udichi which reflect the architectural genius of the poet's illustrious son the late Rathindranath Tagore.

In addition there are Kala Bhavan (College of Fine Arts and Crafts). Sangit Bhavan (College of Music and Dance), Vidya Bhavan (College of Humanities), Siksha-Bhavan (College of Science) and Vinaya Bhavan (Teacher's Training College), Cheena Bhavan and Hindi Bhavan.

The Santiniketan campus of Viswa Bharati has grown up to be a centre for learning with a bias towards art, music and humanities. At Shriniketan, mainly a Centre for Rural Service and Studies (Palli Samgathan Bibhaga), there is a college of Agriculture (Palli Siksha Sadan) as well.

The places of interest are mainly on the campus and have a distinctive feature of some of the best in Indian art and culture.

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Durga Puja Temple Tour

Durga Puja is the most important Hindu festival of the Bengalis. This festival is celebrated in the month of October, throughout the West Bengal. During this festival, the people from all over India and world visit West Bengal to enjoy the festival. All the government offices, educational institutions and law courts are closed during the festival. Durgapuja is the most important festival in the city of Kolkata. The festival celebrates the victory of good over evil. This festival is celebrated for five days and marked by prayers to goddess Durga, feasts, rejoicing, music, dance and drama. On this day, the people wear new clothes and visit all the community Pujas and worship the ten-armed.

Goddess Durga, Saraswati, Lakshmi, Ganesh and Kartikeya in beutifully illuminated and decorated pandals. The priests perform the prayers at appointed times while the devotees visit these pandals throughout the day. In towns and villages, in the evening, drama, song, music, dance programmes, sports, physical and cultural competitions etc are held in which everyone participates. Community feasts are also held. On the last day of the festival, the clay images of goddess Durga are taken in a colourful procession throughout the city to be immersed in the river. After the immersion, the people greets each other and visitors to every home are offered sweetmeats. The fairs are held everywhere which sells various articles of utility and handicratfs. The festival that follows after this is Deepavali, the festival of lights. The worship of goddess Kali is marked by display of fireworks and crackers.

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  • Packaging Details: We also organise Puja Parikrama in Kolkata on request

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History of Calcutta- India

Kolkata:-In 1690, Job Charnok, an agent of the East India Company chose this place for a British trade settlement. The site was carefully selected, being protected by the Hooghly River on the west, a creek to the north, and by salt lakes about two and a half miles to the east. There were three large villages along the east bank of the river Ganges, named, Sutanuti, Gobindapur and Kalikata. These three villages were bought by the British from the local land lords. The Mughal emperor granted East India Company freedom of trade in return for a yearly payment of 3,000 rupees.

What was Calcutta like before the British came?

It was a village; the capital city of Bengal was Murshidabad, around 60 miles north of Calcutta. In 1756, Siraj-ud-daullah, Nawab of Bengal, attacked the city and captured the fort. Calcutta was recaptured in 1757 by Robert Clive when the British defeated Siraj-ud-daullah on the battle field of Plassy. In 1772, Calcutta became the capital of British India, and the first Governor General Warren Hastings moved all important offices from Murshidabad to Calcutta. Till 1912, Calcutta was the capital of India, when the British moved the capital city to Delhi. In 1947, when India gained freedom and the country got partitioned between India and Pakistan, Calcutta was included in the Indian part of Bengal, West Bengal. Calcutta became the capital city of the state of West Bengal.

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  • Packaging Details: How to reach Kolkata
    By Air :-Kolkata Netaji Subash Chandra Bose International Airport is well connected with other state in India by large Domestic network and also International flights to and from different part of the world.
    ByTrain :- Kolkata is also connected through Indian Railways from Howrah, Sealdah & Kolkata Station to different state of India.
    ByRoad:-Kolkata is well connected with other State in India and the neighboring countries like Bangladesh, Nepal &Bhutan .

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