Day Tour to Ambika Kalna (Burdwan)

 

Day Tour to Ambika Kalna (Burdwan)


Tour Details:
Tour Starts at 7.30 A.m. Breakfast can be served on the bus, or you can stop at Azad Hind Dhaba, which is 1:30 to 2:00 hour drive from Kolkata.

After breakfast, take right turn from NH2 and drive into Boinchi Dhaniakhali Road. They cross the railway crossing at Boinchi and drive through Boinchi Kalna Road till they reach the Kalna railway crossing. They get into the town and head towards Rajbari and 108 Shiva temple complex.

After completing Ambika Kalna Tour, they hit on State Highway 6, turn left and after sometime turn again left into Degree College road, cross railway crossing near Guptipara Station and head on to the temple complex. There are four temples in this complex, namely : Chaitanya, Brindabanchandra, Ramchandra and Krishnachandra Temple.
From Guptipara we track back in the same route with a lunch break at Azad Hind Dhaba

Dum Dum Heritage Tour

 

Dum Dum Heritage Tour


Ever thought of a tour around Dum Dum? It may sound unusual that a road in Dum Dum, north of Kolkata (Calcutta), is known as the Monument Road and whats more unusual, is that it does have a monument at it side. During the 19th century the area was home to a
British Royal Artillery armoury. Dum Dum Cantonment, the birthplace of the Indian Rebellion 1857 also known as famous “ Sepoy Mutiny” was sparked by inputs flowing from Dum Dum Cantonment to Barrackpore.

The tour will be suited for heritage lovers, students of schools and colleges and for people who love history.

Forgotten Heritage Tour of South 24 Parganas

 

Forgotten Heritage Tour of South 24 Parganas

South 24 Parganas is a district of West Bengal State, headquartered in Alipore. It is the largest district of West Bengal State by area and second largest by population. On one side it has the urban fringe of Kolkata and on the other, the remote riverine villages in the Sundarbans.

The tour will be suited for heritage lovers,Photographers.

Forgotten History of Metiabruz

 

Forgotten History of Metiabruz


On 13th May, 1856 a steamer, name McLeod,docked at the Bichali Ghatin Metibruz, in the southern fringes of Calcutta (now Kolkata). On board was the disposed king of Oudh (or Awadh) Wajid Ali Shah. Little did he know that he would never return to his capital Lucknow and it started the beginning of a home in exile.

You will cover this following places:

1. Kidderpur Tram Depot (Starting Point)
2. Bhu Kailash Temple
3. Draw Bridge (Photography restricted)
4. BNR Ofiice (from outside)
5. Swing Bridge (Photography Restricted)
6. Suriname Memorial
7. Sahi Imambara (including interiors)
8. Bachali Ghat


Midnight Heritage Tour of Kolkata

 

Kolkata City Tour at Night

Ever wanted to tour the City at night - see the illuminations, the buildings after dark? Come see Victoria Memorial, the abandoned Maidan, Howrah Bridge lit up, the British built Howrah Station, the 'New' Howrah Bridge (Vidyasagar Setu) with it's varying colours (and a hidden platform to take a superb panoramic photo of it).. Let's stop for 'Chai' at one of Kol's famous dhabas in the dead of night.
See Kol as you've never seen her before, with empty and silent streets, no hawkers, no buses trying to run you over, far less heat. Come on a tour with us which no one else offers!
You will visit the following places:
Ochterlony Monument, Eden Gardens, Eden Gardens Stadium, Raj Bhawan, Vidhan Sabha, Town Hall, Cal High Court, GPO, Writers, St. Andrews Church, Lal Bazaar, Currency Building, Dead Letter Office, Standard Chartered Building, ER-HQ and; Railway Museum, Howrah Bridge, Howrah Station, Howrah Railway Museum, New Bridge, Nanda Kumar Execution Spot, Helipad, Lascar War Memorial, Princep Ghat, Victoria Memorial Hall.
At the end we will also be roaming around NH-6 for sometime before we all come back to the place it had began.
The tour will be suited for heritage lovers,photographers,person who wish to see Kolkata at night

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