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Haldia- Gadiara


One of the widely explored tourist places of West Bengal, Haldia is a key sea port and a base of the Indian Coast Guard as well, apart from being a hover port for two hovercrafts. Notwithstanding considerable developments as a trading maritime port, Haldia continues to be a charming tourist spot which is just perfect for unwinding and relaxing, apart from spending one’s family vacations.

The mesmerizing sea beaches, expansive bungalows, enormous stretches of open lush woods and the backdrop of the serene Hoogly and Haldia Rivers, besides impressive business activities have made this city a much preferred destination for both business and enjoyment.

Haldia has a deep history that dates back to the ancient period. During the rule of Rani Janki Devi, intensive building of temples and palaces had taken place at Haldia. There are several places in and around Haldia, offering the very best amenities and facilities where one can to stay comfortably, relax and enjoy the true hospitality of the lovely tourist place.

Halida is well connected by rail, road and air and is conveniently located just 50 km from the capital, Kolkata.


The scenic tourist destination of Gadiara is actually a small village located at the confluence of the three rivers, namely, Damodar, Rupnarayan and Hooghly. This beautiful and well-liked picnic spot in the Howrah District has many tourist attractions, such as the ruins of the Fort Mornington Point built by Lord Clive, and the lighthouse of Gadiara. The ruins of Fort Mornington Point tell the visitors about the presence of the English among the enormous river front of the region.

Mayachar, an expansive sandbank on the Rupnarayan River, is another wonderful tourist attraction of Gadiara. Here, on the isolated beach, one can relax and have a great time without being greeted with the sea of humanity which is a regular but annoying occurrence at most of the so-called famed beach destinations of India.

Watching the sunrise and sunset at the confluence of the rivers at Gadiara is yet another attraction of the place. The enchanting tourist destination of Gadiara has fishermen’s village in its neighborhood. It also has numerous eateries, hotels and lodges where one can eat and stay while on a visit to the place. All this makes Gadiara a really nice tourist place to spend a few days of one’s holidays.

Gadiara is well connected by rail, road and air and is conveniently located just 90 km from the capital, Kolkata.
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