Ilish Utsab 2018 on Ganga

Seat Availability Update Date: 19.08.2018

Ilish Utsab on Ganga

NEW BABUGHAT JETTY- CRUISE THROUGH THE RIVER GANGES WITH AUTHENTIC BENGALI CUISINE OF HILSA FISH

SL No Start Date Start Time End Time Seat Availability
1 19th Aug 2018 11:00 am 2:00 pm Program Over


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Tea ~::~ Tourism

With the rising desire among people to have more exotic vacations coupled with the rise in the popularity of tea, especially green tea, tea tourism is becoming increasingly popular and finally realizing its potential as an amazing holiday experience. The clean air, the aromatic teas and the fresh international vegetarian food (+egg items) help the guests unwind and relax. Trips to the tea factory with professional tea-tasting sessions are also arranged, giving guests a rare insight into the manufacturing processes of world-class teas. Hiking sessions on the tea slopes and interactions with tea pluckers are especially enjoyed by the guests. 

For accommodation / transportation / stay packages with guided tea related activities please mail us at MAILKHORLO@GMAIL.COM / BASUNIL2001@GMAIL.COM or visit our blog www.incredibleindiainfo.org

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Selim Hill is a sprawling organic tea estate located in Kurseong area and in Darjeeling district. It’s perched on a hill slope with varying elevations that rises up to some 3,500ft and facing the mountain on its north. The estate is spread over a gross area of 370 hectares out of which tea plantation is done in 170 hectares. It is spilt into upper and lowers segments and includes four villages. There are over 200 workers employed in the garden. Selim Hill was established in 1870 by a British planter known as Henry. Nobody seems to know why the estate is known as Selim Hill. 

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Chamong was also one of the first tea estates to be acquired by the Lohia Group and as such, holds a very special place in our hearts. Amongst the prettiest of our gardens, Chamong’s special charm stems from the presence of the little whistling birds that the Lepchas call “Chamoo,” who gather here in the summer. The estate is comfortably high in the hills and only a little above a third of its 332 hectares is devoted to the organic tea plantation; the rest is virgin forest land that promises thrills and quietude alike to the sensitive visitor seeking a place away from the madding crowd.

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Sourenee like most other Darjeeling gardens has an interesting story behind its name. Bjoujit Rai, son of the erstwhile Dakman Rai who was as responsible for the establishment of Darjeeling as Llyod, established Sourenitea garden by planting “Saur”– a kind of medicinal tree which grows in this region, and “Rani” which means ‘the queen of the valley’. A combination of those two words formed the name of the garden. It is a tea garden with a unique scenic beauty. 

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Tumsong, the first of the Chiabari Tea Retreats to be open to the public, started out as a tea garden back in 1867 when the German Wernicke brothers, who had just started on the nearby Lingia garden (now a part of the Chamong Group) planted the estate around a temple to Tamsa Devi, a local deity. The temple stands on a steep slope that rises sharply from 2700 ft to 5500 ft and offers fantastic views of the majestic Kanchenjunga and the Golden Valley of Darjeeling. The locals believe that the goddess Tamsa presides over this serene landscape and in fact, they refer to Tumsong as the Garden of Happy Hearts.

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For accommodation / transportation / stay packages with guided tea related activities please mail us at MAILKHORLO@GMAIL.COM / BASUNIL2001@GMAIL.COM or visit our blog www.incredibleindiainfo.org

High up in the Eastern Himalayas, nestled next to the Kanchenjunga, the third highest mountain peak in the world, Darjeeling is about more than a brand of tea or a holiday in a hill town: it’s an experience best savoured when the tea and holiday come together – at Tumsong, Chiabari (literally meaning “tea-house”). This unique region, located at the northern tip of the state of West Bengal in India, is famous throughout the world for the teas produced in the 80 odd gardens here. Some 5000 feet above the sea level, the landscape turns magical. The pure air, the crisp breeze, the soft misting rain all come together in a wonderland where the tea grows with a finer flavour than anywhere else in the world. Tumsong offers fantastic views of the majestic Kanchenjunga and the Golden Valley of Darjeeling. The tea plants here grow very slowly and flavour the entire estate with their aroma. The locals believe that the goddess Tamsa presides over this serene landscape and in fact, the locals refer to Tumsong as the Garden of Happy Hearts. Come find out why.

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Built in 1862, Singtom Tea Estate & Resort is one of India’s first and most famous tea resorts. It is located in Singtom Tea Estate, which is one of Darjeeling’s oldest tea estates, established in 1852. Located only 20 minutes away from Darjeeling, we welcome guests from all over the world to enjoy our hospitality, experience tea tourism at its roots, gaze at the Kanchenjunga, and have Darjeeling’s best teas. Singtom is the only destination in India where you can walk all day through 1,600 acres of private estate, and then return to luxury at night. Each of our rooms is more than 500 sq. ft. in size and was built on or before 1862 by the British. As a result, every room has subtle Victorian influences that have been coupled with modern facilities so as to create a luxury tea estate experience. Staying in these rooms gives you an insight into the life of a British tea planter!

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Diana Tea Company aims to promote eco-tourism by devoting 125 acres of available land which is not feasible for tea plantation. One of the key goals of the firm is to instill consciousness towards conservation of nature and inculcate a sense of appreciation of the natural, biological and cultural history of the environment. Therefore our chief motive is to educate people of the true essence of eco-tourism which constitutes of social welfare, ecological sustainability and concentrates on Nature. 

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Located in the hill-station of Kurseong in the Darjeeling district of West Bengal, Makaibari was traditionally a family-owned and operated estate. Kurseong means “Land of white orchids” and the beauty of the place lives up to the name. Makaibari also holds the honor of establishing the world’s first tea factory, in the year 1859. The tea estate is a part of multi-tier system of trees and plants, akin to a sub-tropical rainforest. It is rooted in rich history, beauty and produces some of the finest teas in India.

 

Glenburn stretches from a height of 3,700 feet all the Way down to the banks of the two Himalayan rivers, the Rungeet and the Rung Dung, that meander through it. Within its 1,600 acres Glenburn has forests that are a bird watcher’s paradise. Across the river lie the forests and villages of the old royal kingdom of Sikkim, which you can access via a hanging bridge.

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This 120 year-old, heritage tea estate – one of the earliest to commit to 100% organic cultivation – is a rather spectacular sight with its two mountain rivers with their many streams and waterfalls, and its tall and dense natural forests inhabited by a variety of mountain wildlife. The use of hydroelectric power, the lack of pollution and the carefully organic practices of cultivation have all helped create a Himalayan paradise for its mainly Nepali residents who are almost all connected with the plantation one way or the other.

 

Goomtee Tea Garden is located near Kurseong in Darjeeling district and next to the National Highway (Hill Cart Road) that leads all the way to Darjeeling hill town. Out of about 225 hectares of gross estate area, about 50% is used for tea plantation. This is an organic tea garden which means that no chemicals or pesticides are used in growing the tea bushes. The estate produces one of the finest quality of orthodox Darjeeling tea and employs over 300 garden workers. The estate was set up by a British planter Henry Montgomery Lennox.

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5 Wonders of Bankura Bishnupur Trip

Bishnupur presents an opportunity of heritage tourism to the tourists all over the world. Belonging to the Bankura district of West Bengal it has a glorious history and some of the best preserved terracotta temples of historical significance can be found in Bishnupur. Only 130 kilometers from the capital city of Kolkata, it is a lovely getaway from the din and bustle of busy metro life and be lost in the charm of the historical marvels.

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Acharya Jogesh Chandra Purakriti Bhawan

The museum that relate to art and archeology where you can find tools from Mesolithic and Paleolithic era, metal ornaments, terracotta sculptures, etc. This Museum accounts for the coins and artifacts from the very ancient days of rulers in Bishnupur, starting from the Gupta kings to the Pal kingdom. Also, there are contemporary art and paintings, manuscripts and rare photographs. A section of the Purakriti Bhawan is dedicated to the musical culture of Bishnupur Gharana and has many instruments and photographs displayed. It remains open on Saturdays and Sundays and a must see for archeology and history lovers.

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Terrakota Temples

Its parallel has not been found elsewhere in India and it may be considered as the pride of Bishnupur for its unique shape. Unique Architectural manifestions built by the Malla Kings & other rulers and some of the significant masterpiece are maintained by the ASI, providing lighting facilities and conserving the flimsy terracotta craftsmanship that is etched on each and every deliberate brick and wall of them. Some of the temples stands on a raised square laterite plinth with a pyramidal structure, some are decorated with circular galleries, some of them are hut-like structures with separate angled roofs held together by a tower at the crown with innumerable terracotta artwork on both exterior and interior walls. Must visit for all travellers. Some of the renowned structures are Rashmancha, Shyam Rai, Kesto Rai, Kalachand, Jorbangla, Madanmohan, Lalji, Radheshyam, Radhabinod, Nandalal, Sridhar etc.

 

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Historical Structures & Antiques

The mysterious Gum Ghar was responsible for the disappearance of the evil doers. As the name suggests the structure was possibly used for punishing the offenders and guilty persons. Pathar Darwaja is the double storied gate accommodated troops and narrow slits allowed the archers and the gunmen to fire their shots. There is a small two storied chariot made of laterite stone. It was possibly built in seventeenth century. The lower portion of this structure is similar to Rasmancha, the upper part is similar to other Ekratna temples. Garh Darwaja or Chota Patthar Darwaja is a terracotta gateway, a destination famous for its terracotta masonry. At a short distance from this gateway lies another gateway which is larger in size and is known as the Bara Patthar Darwaja or Main Gateway of Bishnupur. Dalmadal is a canon which represents the sacrifice and struggle of the people of this region. The cannon named as dal madol was built by the malla kings to fight the maratha invasion. This canon was made with iron and have not any type of rust on this canon though it is exposed to rain and sun since 18th century.

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Amazing Crafts of Bishnupur

Terracotta is characteristic of Bishnupur. Apart from the temples, terracotta pottery, artifacts and even jewellery made in this very traditional material is famous. The potters here derive their inspiration from the glorious history of kings, soldiers and wars. Bishnupur is also known for its silk (tussar), particularly the Baluchari Sarees. Woven on unusual punch-card looms, these sarees have episodes from the Mahabharata woven into the border and pallu. Bell Metal Craftware, conch-shell jewellery is also available here. Bankura Horse – Now the symbol of Indian handicrafts – available both in the terracotta and wood versions. You will find the famous “Bankura Horse” and different terracotta tiles, each of them telling a different story. Baluchari Saris – another famous Bishnupur product. Traditional woven with Ramayana and Mahabharata symbols but modern versions are also available. Bell Metal Craft, Conch Shell Craft, Metal Sheet Lantern Craft and the Majestic Dashabatar Taash (Type of playing card) will certainly touch your mind.

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The Famous Terrakota Art :: Bankura Horse & Manasha Chali

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Interesting Rikshaw Ride

You can explore the temple town “Bishnupur” through walking but one of the most thrilling ways is by a “Ricksha”. Enjoy the memorable ricksha ride through the lanes and historic neighborhoods, on this easily-customizable 1, 2 or 3 hour tour offering several different areas. Sit back and relax as your local driver peddles you past some of the town’s iconic sites, lovely monuments, and historic spots as you go. The ride is very smooth and calm and you can enjoy the best view. The ride may be one of the most amazing experiences ever.

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Sikkim Commerce House, 4/1 Middleton Street, Ground Floor, Kolkata 700071, West Bengal.

West Bengal Tourism

West Bengal Tourism

 

West Bengal offers a variety of choice to a traveller from being the sweetest state to culinary, cultural, spiritual, film, wildlife and adventure tourism. Bengal is fast emerging as an all-weather destination welcoming tourists on business, social, and leisure trips throughout the year, and in terms of variety of products, the State can be matched by few States. It is said that belying perceptions in certain quarters, Bengal has ranked fifth in foreign tourist footfall in 2016-17, while it is placed eighth in domestic visitor arrival for three consecutive years till 2016-17.

 

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Registered with Department of Tourism, Government of West Bengal. Authorised Marketing Agent (AMA) of West Bengal Tourism Development Corporation – WBTDC, &  Benfish-in-Tourism Lodges)

Sikkim Commerce House, 4/1 Middleton Street, Ground Floor, Kolkata 700071, West Bengal.

 

Kenduli Mela – Poush Mela – Gangasagar Mela

Seat Availability Update Date: 24.09.2018

  • Poush Mela – 2 Dates announced. 22nd December 2018 and 24th December 2018
  • Gangasagar Mela – 14th January 2019 to 15th January 2019 
  • Kenduli Mela – 15th January 2019 to 16th January 2019 (Not Announced)

POUSH MELA (2 Night 3 Days) 

KOLKATA – SHANTINIKETAN – KANKALITALA – KOLKATA

with Breakfast, Lunch, Snacks & Dinner

POUSH MELA ITINERARY

1ST DAY:

  • 8.00 AM – Assemble at Tourism Centre, Kolkata
  • 8.30 AM – Departure from Tourism Centre with Packed Breakfast.
  • 11.00 AM – Halt at Shaktigarh for Tea Break.
  • 11.30 AM – Departure from Shaktigarh .
  • 12.45 PM – Reach at Shantiniketan Tourist Lodge.
  • 1.30 PM –  Lunch.
  • 3.00 PM – To visit at Kankalitala.
  • 6.00 PM – Return from Kankalitala, Evening Tea & Snacks.
  • 9.00 PM – Dinner at Shantiniketan Tourist Lodge.

2ND DAY:

  • 9.00 AM – Breakfast at Shantiniketan Tourist Lodge.
  • 1.00 PM – Lunch, after lunch tourist will visit Mela ground on their own      (1Km).
  • 6.00 PM – Tea & Evening snacks at Santiniketan TL.
  • 9.00 PM – Dinner  at Shantiniketan Tourist Lodge.

3RD DAY:

  • 8.00 AM – Breakfast.
  • 11.30 AM –  Lunch at Shantiniketan Tourist Lodge.
  • 12.00 Noon – Start for the return journey to Kolkata.
  •  6.00 PM – Reach Kolkata.

N.B:

  • Pacakage Includes: Transportation ,Accommodation in Twin Sharing Room Basis, All Meals.
  • Timings & Itinerary May be changed due to unavoidable circumstances.

 

(AC COTTAGE ACCOMMODATION)
SL No Start Date End Date Base Price Seat Availability
1 22nd Dec 2018 24th Dec 2018 8500.00   02
2 24th Dec 2018 26th Dec 2018 8500.00   03
(AC ROOM ACCOMMODATION)
SL No Start Date End Date Base Price Seat Availability
1 22nd Dec 2018 24th Dec 2018 7800.00   00
2 24th Dec 2018 26th Dec 2018 7800.00   00

KENDULI MELA (1 Night 2 Days)

KOLKATA – SHANTINIKETAN – KENDULI MELA GROUND – KOLKATA

KENDULI MELA – 1 NIGHT 2 DAYS

DAY-1:

  • 7.30 AM – Report at Tourism Centre.
  • 8.00 AM – Departure by AC Bus with Packed Breakfast.
  • 12.30 PM – Reach Santiniketan Tourist Lodge.
  • 3.30 PM – Visit Mela  Ground.
  • Night Stay  at Santiniketan Tourist Lodge.

DAY-2:

  • 8.00 AM – Breakfast.
  • 12.00 NOON – Lunch,  after Lunch check out from Santiniketan Tourist Lodge.
  • 5.00 PM –  Reach Kolkata. Tour End

N.B:

  • Itinerary is subject to change,
  • Includes: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Accommodation on Twin Sharing Basis , Transportation
SL No Start Date End Date Base Price Seat Availability
1 15th Jan 2019 16th Jan 2019 0000.00 Not Opened

GANGASAGAR MELA (1Night 2Days)  

KOLKATA – DIAMOND HARBOUR – KOCHUBERIA – GANGASAGAR MELA GROUND – KOLKATA

GANGSAGAR MELA – 1NIGHT 2 DAYS – 14TH-15TH JANUARY 2019

DAY-1:

  • 7.30 AM- Report at Tourism Centre, Kolkata
  • 8.00 AM- Departure from Tourism Centre  by AC Bus for Diamond Harbour with packed Breakfast.
  • 10.00 AM- Reach Diamond Harbour and board at MV Chitrarekha/MV Sarbajaya, tea will be served.
  • 1.00 PM- Lunch.
  • 4.00 PM-Reach   Kochuberia ,Night Stay at Kochuberia, Dinner will be served on board.

Day-2:

  • 2.30 AM(Next day)- Tea will be served.
  • 4.00 AM- Start from Kochuberia  Jetty towards Bus Stand by walking (10 Mins), Bus will be halt at Helipad ground at Gangasagar Island (30KMS,Approx).
  • 5.00 AM-After Bath , visit Temple.
  • 7.00 AM- Breakfast.
  • 10.00 AM- Bus will start from Sagar Island and lunch will be served.
  • 4.00 PM-  Reach Diamond Harbour.
  • 6.00 PM- Reach Kolkata .

N.B: 

  • Includes:  Accommodation in Vessel, Transporation,  All Meals (Veg).
  • Timings and Itinerary may be changed due to some unavoidable circumstances.
 Trip By MV SARBAJAYA
SL No Start Date End Date Seat Availability
1 14th Jan 2019 15th Jan 2019   09
 SEAT AVAILABILITY CHART
SL No Seat Description Available Seat Base Price
1 AC BERTH – AC-001   00  10000.00
2 AC BERTH – AC-002   01  10000.00
3 AC BERTH – AC-0033   02  10000.00
4 AC BERTH – AC-004   04  10000.00
5 LOWER DECK-2 SEATER – LD 001   00  5000.00
6 LOWER DECK-2 SEATER – LD 002   00  5000.00
7 LOWER DECK-3 SEATER – LD 001   01  5000.00
8 M D BERTH – MD 001   00  8000.00
9 M D BERTH – MD 002   01  8000.00
10 M D BERTH – MD 003   00  8000.00
11 M D BERTH – MD 004   00  8000.00
Trip By MV CHITRAREKHA
SL No Start Date End Date Seat Availability
1 14th Jan 2019 15th Jan 2019   10
SEAT AVAILABILITY CHART
SL No Seat Description Available Seat Base Price
1 CABIN – CABIN1   00  9800.00
2 CABIN – CABIN2   02  9800.00
3 COUPE – COUPE1   02  25000.00
4 LOWER DECK – LD 001   00  5000.00
5 M D BERTH – MD 001   00  8000.00
6 M D BERTH – MD 002   00  8000.00
7 M D BERTH – MD 003   01  8000.00
8 M D BERTH – MD 004   00  8000.00
9 M D BERTH – MD 005   02  8000.00
10 M D BERTH – MD 006   03  8000.00

Reservation: Khorlo Tours & Travels (Private) Ltd

Registered with Department of Tourism, Government of West Bengal. Authorised Marketing Agent (AMA) of West Bengal Tourism Development Corporation – WBTDC, &  Benfish-in-Tourism Lodges)

Regarding Bank deposit please follow instructions as mentioned below:-

Deposit Cheque or Cash at ICICI Bank Ltd, Middleton Street Branch,     Kolkata 700071, West Bengal
Account Name: KHORLO TOURS & TRAVELS PRIVATE LIMITED
Account Number: 355005000049
RTGS / NEFT / IFSC /Code: ICIC0003550

Deposit Cheque or Cash at Axis Bank Ltd, Park Street Branch,  CAL WB Kolkata 700016, West Bengal
Account Name: KHORLO TOURS & TRAVELS PRIVATE LIMITED
Account Number: 916020009224065
RTGS / IFSC Code: UTIB0002780

Deposit Cheque or Cash at Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd, Sikkim House Middleton Street Branch, Kolkata 700071, West Bengal
Account Name: KHORLO TOURS & TRAVELS PRIVATE LIMITED
Account Number: C.A. 520011056758
RTGS / NEFT / IFSC /Code: VYSA0005200

Please check the rules of reservation & cancellation policy before booking.
It is mandatory to carry any of the Identity cards (Voter Identity Card / Passport / PAN Card / Driving License / Photo ID card issued by Central / State Govt /Adhar Card). Both these will be examined at the time of check-in.

Santiniketan Basanta Utsav

Seat Availability Update Date: 06.02.2018

Successfully done all the trips. Please wait for next year’s date of journey.

BASANTA UTSAV (2 NIGHT 3 DAYS) (AC ROOM ACCOMMODATION)

KOLKATA-SHANTINIKETAN-KANKALITALA-KOLKATA

with Breakfast, Lunch, Snacks & Dinner

Cost: Rs.7800/- only

SL No Start Date End Date Base Price Seat Availability
1 28th Feb 2018 2nd Mar 2018 7800.00 Trip Over
BASANTA UTSAV (2 NIGHT 3 DAYS) (AC COTTAGE ACCOMMODATION)

KOLKATA-SHANTINIKETAN-KANKALITALA-KOLKATA

with Breakfast, Lunch, Snacks & Dinner

Cost: Rs.8600/- only

SL No Start Date End Date Base Price Seat Availability
1 28th Feb 2018 2nd Mar 2018 8600.00 Trip Over

 

Reservation: Khorlo Tours & Travels (Private) Ltd

Registered with Department of Tourism, Government of West Bengal. Authorised Marketing Agent (AMA) of West Bengal Tourism Development Corporation – WBTDC, &  Benfish-in-Tourism Lodges)

Regarding Bank deposit please follow instructions as mentioned below:-

Deposit Cheque or Cash at ICICI Bank Ltd, Middleton Street Branch,     Kolkata 700071, West Bengal
Account Name: KHORLO TOURS & TRAVELS PRIVATE LIMITED
Account Number: 355005000049
RTGS / NEFT / IFSC /Code: ICIC0003550

Deposit Cheque or Cash at Axis Bank Ltd, Park Street Branch,  CAL WB Kolkata 700016, West Bengal
Account Name: KHORLO TOURS & TRAVELS PRIVATE LIMITED
Account Number: 916020009224065
RTGS / IFSC Code: UTIB0002780

Deposit Cheque or Cash at Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd, Sikkim House Middleton Street Branch, Kolkata 700071, West Bengal
Account Name: KHORLO TOURS & TRAVELS PRIVATE LIMITED
Account Number: C.A. 520011056758
RTGS / NEFT / IFSC /Code: VYSA0005200

Please check the rules of reservation & cancellation policy before booking.
It is mandatory to carry any of the Identity cards (Voter Identity Card / Passport / PAN Card / Driving License / Photo ID card issued by Central / State Govt /Adhar Card). Both these will be examined at the time of check-in.

Shakti Trail :: Tarapith – Nalhati – Sainthiya – Bakreshwar

Seat Availability Update Date: 24.09.2018

SHAKTI TRAIL

  • Duration: 2 Night 3 Days
  • Itinerary: BOLPUR-TARAPITH-NALHATI- SAINTHIYA-BAKRESWAR-KANKALITALA -KOLKATA
  • Departure: 7 AM
  • Package Cost: Rs.7500/- + Service Tax

Itinerary for Shakti Trail

 Day 01: Kolkata

  • 08.00 AM:  Reporting at Tourism Centre, 3/2 B.B.D Bag, Kolkata-700001, transfer to Santiniketan (180km) with packed breakfast.
  • 1.30 PM : lunch at Shantiniketan TL.(own cost)
  • Afternoon free for visiting Viswabharati University Campus, marketing and individual activities.
  • 7.00 PM: Cultural programme at Tourist Lodge Premises by Folk artists
  • Dinner & Night halt at Santiniketan Tourist Lodge (OWN COST)

 Day 02: Bolpur- Tarapeeth – Nalhati – Sainthiya – Bakreswar

  • 07.00 AM: Whole day tour departs with packed B/fast
  • 09.00 AM : Reach Tarapith ( 65 km) and darshan, Time 1 hr 15 min
  • 10.30 AM : Depart for Nalhati (16 km)
  • 11.00 AM : Reach Nalhati, Darshan of Nalateswari (Throat of Sati fell here), Time 20 min
  • 11.30 AM : Depart for Sainthiya (45km)
  • 1.00 PM: Reach Sainthiya, Darshan of Nandikeswari(Necklace of Sati fell here), Time 20 min
  • 1.30 PM : Depart for Siuri(20km)
  • 2.00 PM: Lunch break at Siuri (Own cost), Time 45 min
  • 3.00 PM: Depart for Bakreswar(20km)
  • 3.30 PM: Reach Bakreswar. Darshan of temple (Portion between eyebrows of Sati fell here) and Hotspring.Time 45 min
  • 4.30 PM: Depart for Shantiniketan(50km)
  • 6.30 PM : Reach Santiniketan TL
  • Night halt at Santiniketan Tourist Lodge

 Day 03: Bolpur-Kankalitala-Labhpur

  • 07.30 AM: B/fast at Shantiniketan TL
  • 8.15 AM : Depart for Kankalitala
  • 8.30 AM : Reach Kankalitala and Darshan (Bone of Waist of Sati fell here).Time 20 min
  • 9.00 AM: Depart for Labhpur(30 Km)
  • 10.00 AM: Reach Labhpur. Darshan of Phullara Devi (Lips of Sati fell here) Time 20 min
  • 10.30 AM : Depart Labhpur for Shantiniketan
  • 11.30 AM : Reach Shantiniketan TL.(check out)
  • Lunch at Tourist Lodge (OWN COST)
  • 1.30 PM : Depart for Kolkata(180 Km)
  • 6.00 PM : Expected time of arrival at Kolkata

 Terms & Conditions:

  • Includes: Transportation by A/C Coach; Accommodation in A/c Rooms on twin sharing basis; Breakfast
  • Excludes: Lunch and dinner own cost
  • Itinerary and timings are subject to change

Stay at Shantiniketan –

SL No Start Date End Date Base Price Seat Availability
1 26th Oct 2018 28th Oct 2018 7500.00   20

 

Stay at Rangabitan –

SL No Start Date End Date Base Price Seat Availability
1 9th Nov 2018 11th Nov 2018 7500.00   17

 

 

 

Reservation: Khorlo Tours & Travels (Private) Ltd

Registered with Department of Tourism, Government of West Bengal. Authorised Marketing Agent (AMA) of West Bengal Tourism Development Corporation – WBTDC, &  Benfish-in-Tourism Lodges)

Regarding Bank deposit please follow instructions as mentioned below:-

Deposit Cheque or Cash at ICICI Bank Ltd, Middleton Street Branch,     Kolkata 700071, West Bengal
Account Name: KHORLO TOURS & TRAVELS PRIVATE LIMITED
Account Number: 355005000049
RTGS / NEFT / IFSC /Code: ICIC0003550

Deposit Cheque or Cash at Axis Bank Ltd, Park Street Branch,  CAL WB Kolkata 700016, West Bengal
Account Name: KHORLO TOURS & TRAVELS PRIVATE LIMITED
Account Number: 916020009224065
RTGS / IFSC Code: UTIB0002780

Deposit Cheque or Cash at Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd, Sikkim House Middleton Street Branch, Kolkata 700071, West Bengal
Account Name: KHORLO TOURS & TRAVELS PRIVATE LIMITED
Account Number: C.A. 520011056758
RTGS / NEFT / IFSC /Code: VYSA0005200

Please check the rules of reservation & cancellation policy before booking.
It is mandatory to carry any of the Identity cards (Voter Identity Card / Passport / PAN Card / Driving License / Photo ID card issued by Central / State Govt /Adhar Card). Both these will be examined at the time of check-in.

Aatpur – Tarakeshwar – Jairambati Tour

Seat Availability Update Date: 06.03.2018

Successfully done all the trips. Please wait for next year’s date of journey.

Aatpur – Tarakeshwar – Jairambati – Kamarpukur

  • Date: 18th Feb, 18th Mar – All done
  • Duration: Day Visit by AC Bus
  • Departure: 7AM
  • Arrival At Kolkata: 9PM
  • Package Cost: 1800/-
SL No Start Date Start Time End Time Base Price Seat Availability
1 21st Jan 2018 7:00 am 9:00 pm 1800.00 Closed
2 18th Feb 2018 7:00 am 9:00 pm 1800.00 Closed
3 18th Mar 2018 7:00 am 9:00 pm 1800.00 Closed


Reservation: 
Khorlo Tours & Travels (Private) Ltd

Registered with Department of Tourism, Government of West Bengal. Authorised Marketing Agent (AMA) of West Bengal Tourism Development Corporation – WBTDC, &  Benfish-in-Tourism Lodges)

Regarding Bank deposit please follow instructions as mentioned below:-

Deposit Cheque or Cash at ICICI Bank Ltd, Middleton Street Branch,     Kolkata 700071, West Bengal
Account Name: KHORLO TOURS & TRAVELS PRIVATE LIMITED
Account Number: 355005000049
RTGS / NEFT / IFSC /Code: ICIC0003550

Deposit Cheque or Cash at Axis Bank Ltd, Park Street Branch,  CAL WB Kolkata 700016, West Bengal
Account Name: KHORLO TOURS & TRAVELS PRIVATE LIMITED
Account Number: 916020009224065
RTGS / IFSC Code: UTIB0002780

Deposit Cheque or Cash at Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd, Sikkim House Middleton Street Branch, Kolkata 700071, West Bengal
Account Name: KHORLO TOURS & TRAVELS PRIVATE LIMITED
Account Number: C.A. 520011056758
RTGS / NEFT / IFSC /Code: VYSA0005200

Please check the rules of reservation & cancellation policy before booking.
It is mandatory to carry any of the Identity cards (Voter Identity Card / Passport / PAN Card / Driving License / Photo ID card issued by Central / State Govt /Adhar Card). Both these will be examined at the time of check-in.

Bankura Bishnupur Mukutmanipur Tour

Seat Availability Update Date: 06.03.2018

Successfully done all the trips. Please wait for next year’s date of journey.

BANKURA BISHNUPUR PACKAGE TOUR

  • KOLKATA – BISHNUPUR – MUKUTMANIPUR – JAYAMBATI – KAMARPUKUR – KOLKATA
  • Package Includes Transport, Accommodation, Breakfast
  • Duration: 2 Nights & 3 Days
  • Package Cost: Rs.4700/- only

DAY-1

  • 6.30 AM: Report at Tourism Centre.
  • 7.00 AM: Departure from Tourism Centre(packed breakfast en-route).
  • 11.00 AM: Arrive at Bishnupur  Tourist Lodge.(Lunch own cost).
  • 3.00 PM:  Local Sightseeing at Bishnupur
  • Night Halt At Bishnupur Tourist Lodge (dinner  own cost).

DAY-2

  • 7.30AM: Breakfast.
  • Start for Visit to Mukutmanipur (Lunch own cost)
  • 5.00 PM : Arrive Bishnupur Tourist Lodge
  • Free hours for marketing.
  • Night Halt At Bishnupur Tourist Lodge (dinner  own cost).

DAY-3

  • 7.30 AM: Breakfast.
  • 8.30 AM : Departure from Bishnupur Tourist Lodge .
  • 9.30  AM:  Visit Jairambati, Kamarpukur
  • 12.00 Noon: Return journey to Kolkata.
  • TOUR END.

NOTE:

  • Only Breakfast, Accommodation is included in the package,
  •  ITINERARY is subject to change.


Reservation

Murshidabad Package Tour

Seat Availability Update Date: 06.03.2018

 

MURSHIDABAD PACKAGE – BUS TOUR – 2 NIGHT 3 DAYS (Rs.4500)

  • TOURISM CENTRE – BAHARAMPORE – LOCAL SIGHT SEEING OF MURSHIDABAD
  • Package Includes Transport, Accommodation, Breakfast
  • Package Cost: Rs.4500/- per head

Itinerary

Day-1:

  • 6.30 AM- Reporting at Tourism Centre.
  • 7 .00 AM – Departure from Kolkata by AC Bus with packed Breakfast.
  • 11.00 AM – Reach Baharampore Tourist Lodge.
  • 12.00 NOON-After Lunch (own cost), visit Local Sight Seeing.
  • Night stay at Baharampore Lodge. Dinner (Own cost).

Day-2:

  • 7.00 AM- Breakfast.
  • 8.00 AM – Departure for Local Sightseeing
  • Night stay at Baharampore Lodge. Dinner (Own cost).

Day-3:

  • 8.00 AM- Breakfast.
  • 11.30 AM- After lunch, start for Kolkata from Baharampore Lodge.
  • 4.00 PM- Reach Kolkata.
  • TOUR END

 

Package Includes:

  • Transportation, Accommodation in Twin sharing Basis, Breakfast,
  • Local Sightseeing-**(HAZARDUARI,IMAMABARA,GHARI MAHAL,WASEF MANZIL,NAWAB BAHADUR HIGH SCHOOL,AJIMUNNESHA BEGUM’S SAMADHI,JAFARGANJ DEURI,NASHIPUR RAJBATI & AKHRA,HERITAGE HOUSE OF RAJA JAGAT SETH,KATHGOLA GARDEN & JAINA TEMPLE,KATRA MOSQUE,JAHANKOSA KAMAN,MOTIJHIL, KRISHNANATH COLLEGE)
  • Excludes: Dinner, Lunch.
  • Itinerary is subject to change due to Unavoidable Circumstances.


Reservation

  • Khorlo Tours & Travels (P) Ltd
  • Sikkim House, 4/1 Middleton Street, Kolkata 700071
  • 033 30533973 – 75, 40010180
  • +91 98302.03973, 9477476376, 9477484136
  • mailkhorlo@gmail.com
  • http://www.khorlo.com