Jhargram – Hatibari – Kakrajhor



Package Includes Transport, Accommodation, Breakfast

Start Date End Date Base Price Seat Availability
12th Jan 2019 13th Jan 2019 4000
9th Feb 2019 10th Feb 2019 4000
9th Mar 2019 10th Mar 2019 4000

Ruins of Chilkigarh

Package Includes Transport, Accommodation, Breakfast




8AM: Start From Tourism Centre (Packed Breakfast)

Reach Jhargram, Lunch At Jhargram, Visit Jhargram Rajbari, Chilkigarh,Kanak Durga Temple, Chilkigarh Rajbari, Savitri Mandir, Mini Zoo. Night Stay At Jhargram Rajbari Tourism Project


Ghagra Falls, Lal Jal, Khanda Rani Lake, Kankrajhor Then Back To Jhargram Rajbari Tourism Project, Return To Kolkata


  • Transportation By Ac Bus
  • Night Stay At Jhargram Rajbari Tourism Project
  • Includes Only Breakfast
  • All Major Meals Excluded



Tourism based on Architecture

Indian vernacular architecture the informal, functional architecture of structures, often in rural areas of India, built of local materials and designed to meet the needs of the local people. Architecture provides a sense of place and support of all types of human activity. Architecture helps the man-made fit in harmony with the environment while promoting health and well-being, enriching lives aesthetically and spiritually, providing economic opportunities, and creating a legacy that reflects and symbolizes culture and traditions.

Tour based on Art – Architecture – Design

Here is a technique for building walls using natural raw materials such as earth, chalk, lime or gravel. It is an ancient building method that has seen a revival in recent years. For millennia men proved that they could live in a sustainable way. They used to live in harmony with mother nature. They made use of it, yet respected it. People used earth as a raw material with sensitivity. Please go through this slideshow for a home in Purulia district of West Bengal (Bangla), India. 

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Wall painting is a style of tribal art mostly created by the tribal people from the different places in India. There are several styles / motifs of wall paint and the timings of new paint is also different from each other. There are stories related to this tribal art which is still practiced today. Let us go through these slide shows one by one, where you can explore the traditional style of art, culture of a community. 

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Wall Painting by households over at Purulia District, West Bengal (Bangla), India









We arrange experential tour based on art-architecture, as per your time schedule, interest and theme selection.

Packaged Trip Reservation: Khorlo Tours & Travels (P) Ltd

  • Sikkim Commerce House, 4/1 Middleton Street, Kolkata 700071, West Bengal
  • Phone: 033 30533973, 30533974, 30533975, 40010180
  • Email: mailkhorlo@gmail.com
  • Website: http://www.incredibleindiainfo.org



Canopied with bondless azure sky with babbling streams & rivulets flowing across the endless stretch of greenery – the Sundari, Garan, Keora, Hental, Dhundul, Golpata, Passur, Garjan, Kakra & many other variety of trees – World’s best mangrove forest, the largest delta of the world, with all her exotic beauty & silent mystery – The Sundarbans is waiting to welcome you.


Be with Khorlo Tours & Travels on our own luxurious pleasure launch – destined to take you through the meandering canal of Durga Duani to the area of Tiger Project. While moving through the rippling water of Matla you will come across rivers of different sizes & shapes named as Bidya, Hogol, Gosaba, Gona, Kartal, Netai, Raimangal, Kalindi, Haribhanga, Bidyadhari & Sundarban will unfold her myriad beauties before you one after other.


The deep dense forest, the murmur of the sparking rivulets, various species of local & other migratory birds as Tern, Kingfisher, Heron, Cormorant, Egret, Seagull, White Bellied Sea Eagle, Whimprel, Black Tailed Godwit, Little Stint, Sandpiper, Golden Plover, Pintail, White-eyed Pochard, Dalmatian Pelican, Osprey, Shaheen Falcon, Lesser Adjutant Stork & Estuarine Crocodiles basking in the wintry sunshine, Chinese Pangolin, Spotted & Axis Deer, Wild Boar, Rhesus Monkey, Leopard Cat, Indian Fishing Cat, Common Yellow Water Monitor, Marine Indian Soft/ Flap shelled Olive Ridley Turtles, Gigantic Dolphin, Hard shelled Batagur, Terrapin, Pythons, King Kobra, various type of lizards & the feeling of emancipation in the lap of nature will certainly touch your mind.


The inaccessibility of Sundarbans (declared as a Tiger Reserve on 1973) is its biggest attraction & in the mystery-shrouded Pirkhali, Gazikhali, Chora Ganjikhali, DeolBharani, Bhagaban Bharani, Panchamukhani & Sunarkhari you may have a glimpse of that awful beauty – The Royal Bengal Tiger. You may ascend the watch tower of Sajnekhali, Sudhanyakhali, Do Baanki, Marichjhapi, Burir Dabri & Netidhopani overlooking an untamed forestscape & enjoy sights & sounds of nature resplendent in her pristine virginal beauty.


At dusk as the birds retire to their nests & the sky tinged with rays of the setting sun, the entire forest undergoes a subtle transformation when the shapes & forms, silhouetted against the evening sky, acquire a surrealistic character. The night stay in launch with eternal silvery moonlight, the star-studded blue sky & the constant murmur of the river is a different experience altogether. The variegated moods & colours of the forest form a Kaleidoscope, which is sure to fascinate you. The sounds of nocturnal birds at a distance will take your mind far far away from this madding world.


The most interesting wilderness of the world, Sundarbans is a paradise for wild life enthusiasts, bird & butterfly watchers. Honey collectors, fishermen with their typical fishing boats will be an added attraction.


The Zoological Aspects Of Sundarbans

Major Birds Found at Sundarbans

Tern, Kingfisher, Heron, Cormorant, Egret, Seagull, White Bellied Sea Eagle, Whimprel, Black Tailed Godwit, Little Stint, Sandpiper, Golden Plover, Pintail, White-eyed Pochard, Dalmatian Pelican, Osprey, Shaheen Falcon, Lesser Adjutant Stork & others.

Major Animals Found at Sundarbans

Estuarine Crocodile, Chinese Pangolin, Spotted & Axis Deer, Wild Boar, Rhesus Monkey, Leopard Cat, Indian Fishing Cat, Common Yellow Water Monitor, Marine Indian Soft/ Flap shelled Olive Ridley Turtles, Gigantic Dolphin, Hard shelled Batagur, Terrapin, Pythons, King Kobra, various type of lizards etc.




The Botanical Aspects Of Sundarbans

 Major Flora Found at Sundarbans

Sundari, Garan, Keora, Hental, Dhundul, Golpata, Passur, Garjan, Kakra


Probable Itinerary for a 2 Night 3 Days Tour over at Sundarbans Biosphere Reserve


Day 01: Pick up from Kolkata & transfer to Godhkhali (Dist: 24 PGS South) by road via Bantala, Ghatakpukur, Malancha, Kultoli & Sonakhali. Arrival at Godhkhali. Board Mechanised Boat M.V.Sonar Toree & start for Sajnekhali via Pathankhali, Goshaba villages through Hogol, Kartal, Bidya, Durgadoani rivers. Hotel Check In. Visit Sajnekhali Tiger Project (Watch Tower) & Nature Interpretation Centre. Have lunch on board & proceed to  Sudhanyakhali Tiger Project (Watch Tower) through Sudhanyakhali Khal. Night halt at Hotel.


Day 02: After breakfast transfer to Dobanki via short creeks of Bhagaban Bharani, Deul Bharani, Ganjikhali, Pirkhali, Choraganjikhali, Panchamukhani (a junction of five rivers). Enjoy ½ Km. Canopy walk over at Do Banki (Watch Tower). Visit Netidhopani Watch Tower & back to Sajnekhali. Night halt at Hotel.


Day 03: After breakfast visit short creeks of Sarakkhali & after lunch back to Godhkhali. Transfer to Kolkata.


Things to Carry:      

Sunglass, Camera, Bynocular, Torch, Light Woolens (in winter)

Things to Follow:

  • Sundarban is plastic free zone.
  • Don’t throw non biodegradable items to water. Use bin.
  • Do not disturb the wildlife & the environment.
  • Angling is strictly prohibited.


Khorlo Tours & Travels > http://www.khorlo.com

MonChasha :: a rural tourism initiative

mon chasha” is our latest rural based sustainable ecotourism module operating with social responsibility over at village paushi, east midnapore. “mon chasha” is a blend of authentic village culture, pure earthen tradition, cultural heritage of a speed less rural life and a true sentiment of natural india.

we are doing comprehensive research in finding out of suitable locations for village tourism, database of like minded tourists & their expectations, demarcate roles and responsibilities among various stakeholders, complete package to the guest families, scientific product development, provision and management of infrastructure, accommodation and food facilities, promotional plans and more importantly about the role of community for the strategic implementation of project.

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Bamboo Cottages of Monchasha Rural Tourism



The Tariff of Monchasha Rural Tourism Project

  • NAC Bamboo Cottage [02 – 04 person occupancy] :: Rs. 3500 Only [EP]
  • Extra Adult  :: Rs.500 Only [EP] / Free Stay For Children Below 10 Yrs (Sharing)
  • Full day Food Course By Fixed Menu:: Rs.1170/- only Per Head
  • Kids (below 5 years) pay the actual on spot
  • Driver’s Stay & Food:: Rs.800/- only or Rs.1250/- (Guest Type Food)
  • Pet Allowance:: Rs.500 Only [Per Pet Per Day]

This tariff is valid till 30th September 2019

Transfers / Pickup / Drop

  • Pick up / drop from Kalinagar Bus stop @ 400/- (one way)
  • Pick up / drop from Contai / Kathi Rail Station @ 800/- (one way)
  • Pick up / drop from Digha Rail Station @ 1800/- (one way)
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Room interior of Monchasha Rural Tourism Project

“mon chasha” is a journey, a theme of consciousness in global tourism arena by creating a sustainable ecotourism module with social responsibility, based on rural bengal.

Ecotourism Aspects of Monchasha (Click on the links below):

Q: Why we create MonChasha?

Q: Where is MonChasha?

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View From The Private Balcony

Regarding Bank deposit please follow instructions as mentioned below:-

Deposit Cheque or transfer the money digitally over our current account

  • Bank: State Bank of India
  • Branch: Middleton Street Branch, Kolkata 700071
  • Account Name: MONCHASHA
  • Account Number: 37046599777
  • RTGS / NEFT / IFSC /Code: SBIN0003762

(Please intimate us immediately after any deposit)

  • 100% payment is required for final reservation
  • Before 10 days reservation can not be altered & cancelled
  • In any case booking amount is not refundable
  • In general case food package starts from lunch & end by next day breakfast

Kolkata Reservation Office: (Own Property)

  • Sikkim Commerce House, 4/1 Middleton Street, Ground Flr, Kolkata 700071, Bengal.
  • Landline Telephone: +91 33 30533973 – 75, 40010180
  • Mobile Contact: +91 98310.95234, +91 94774.76376, +91 9830203973
  • Email ID: monchasha@gmail.com
  • Website: www.monchasha.in

We hereby request you for your personal presence over at “monchasha” which will surely recharge our endeavour. according to our confidence this model of tourism – “monchasha” will certainly uphold the flag of west bengal tourism in the hospitality sector.

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~ see you at monchasha ~