Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Tourists never miss the fabulous beaches of Mandarmoni

With a beach area that stretches up to 13 kilometres, Mandarmani is a seaside village that tourists of West Bengal would not like to miss during their visit to West Bengal, a north-eastern state of India. Also called 'Mandarmoni' by the locals, it falls in the East Midnapore district of the state and is a relatively new tourist destination. Visitors of this beach would enjoy an amazing serenity spread over several kilometres, as is less crowded as compared to other popular beaches in the state. A beach resort in Mandarmoni would enable travellers to explore this pristine sea beach and other popular attractions nearby.


Excellent connectivity by road enables tourists to reach Mandarmoni from Kolkata and other major cities without any hassles. State Transport Buses, auto-rickshaws and cycle-rickshaws are the various options that road travellers can take to get to this region. For those travelling by trains, the nearest railway station is Howrah. Tourists who book resort in Mandarmoni can have pick-up and drop facility provided to them. Such resorts generally have ample parking space for cars and also offer travel desk and other amenities to their guests. Multi-cuisine restaurants in them give the guests an opportunity to taste delicious varieties of local cuisine in addition to the popular dishes.


There are some interesting tourist spots that travellers to Mandarmoni can visit during their holiday in the seaside village. Accommodation in a resort in Mandarmoni makes it very comfortable for them to reach these places. Among them is Digha Beach, which is often referred to as 'Brighton of the East' by many. Shankarpur Beach is another great place for tourists to unwind. It is popular among many people as a 'twin beach of Digha', and is located at a distance of about 14 kilometres from Mandarmoni. Fringed by vast expanses of Tamarisk trees, Tajpur’s beach is also worth visiting.