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West Bengal Tour Packages

West Bengal Tour offers a vibrant mix of cultural heritage, scenic beauty, and culinary delights. Visit Kolkata for colonial architecture and Durga Puja, Darjeeling for tea gardens, and Sundarbans for wildlife.

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West Bengal Tour Packages Overview

Impression Tourism Services welcomes you to embark on an unforgettable journey through the captivating state of West Bengal. Known for its rich cultural heritage, diverse landscapes, and vibrant festivals, West Bengal offers a myriad of experiences for every traveler.

Immerse yourself in the cultural extravaganza of Kolkata, the state capital. Explore the colonial architecture of the iconic Victoria Memorial and the mystical aura of the Dakshineswar Kali Temple. Witness the artistic brilliance of the Kalighat paintings and indulge in the flavors of delectable Bengali cuisine. Venture beyond Kolkata to discover the natural wonders of West Bengal. Explore the dense forests and wildlife sanctuaries of the Sundarbans, home to the majestic Royal Bengal Tigers. 

Experience serenity at the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as you journey through the breathtaking tea gardens and panoramic views of the Himalayas.

Immerse yourself in the cultural festivities of West Bengal. Witness the grandeur of Durga Puja, the state’s biggest festival, as the city comes alive with colorful processions, intricate idols, and vibrant performances. Experience the joy of the annual Gangasagar Mela, where millions gather to take a holy dip at the confluence of the Ganges River and the Bay of Bengal. With Impression Tourism Services, your West Bengal tour is crafted to perfection, ensuring a seamless and enriching experience. From personalized itineraries to expert guides, every aspect of your journey is carefully curated to showcase the best of this remarkable state.

So, let Impression Tourism Services be your guide as you embark on a journey to discover the magic of West Bengal. Unveil the cultural treasures, explore the natural landscapes, and immerse yourself in the vibrant festivals that make this state truly extraordinary. Get ready to create memories that will last a lifetime with Impression Tourism Services.

Choose the best of West Bengal Tour Packages from Kolkata:
Inclusive of hotel, meals, car and sightseeing – “Avail 20% discount”
Popular Bengal Weekend Tour Packages

You might be handled to some delightful Tour spots at convenient Driving distances. In case you want to take a break from your city or you’re accomplished exploring the city. We offer a budget friendly  Popular West Bengal Tour Packages from Kolkata.

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Tour Details:
  1. Village Walk,
  2. Manually oared country boat ride.
  3. Canopy walk at Dobanke watchtower
  4. Include Standard Hotel with AP  (Per 2 Pax)
₹5,800/- ₹6,400/-
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Tour Details:
  1. Baguran Jalpai Beach
  2. Land of Red Crabs
  3. Junput Sea Beach
  4. Mandarmani Sea Beach
  5. Include Standard  & Luxury Hotel (Per 2 Pax)
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  1.  Viswa Bharati University and Tagore Museum,
  2. Sonajhuri Haat, Kankalitala Temple
  3. Experience Baul Tribal Dance
  4. Include Standard  & Budget Hotel  (Per 2 Pax)
₹22,000/- ₹24,000/-
Ratings (154)
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  1.  Terracotta Temples,
  2. Baluchari Silk
  3. Joypur Forest 
  4. Include Standard  & Budget Hotel  (Per 2 Pax)
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  1. Bakreshwar
  2. Tilpara Barrage
  3. Stay container farmstay
  4. JMayurakshi River
  5. Include Standard  & Budget Hotel  (Per 2 Pax)
₹16,800/- ₹20,160/-
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Tour Details:
  1. Tribal life experience 
  2. Ancient temples 
  3. Scenic Hills & Chau dance
  4. Include Standard  & Budget Hotel  (Per 2 Pax)
₹23,000/- ₹26,450/-

Short Destination Weekend trip from Bagdogra/ NJP

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Tour Details:
  1. Tiger Hill Visit
  2. Ropeway
  3. Monastery Visit
  4. Tea Garden & factory visit
  5. Include Budget/ Standard Double Room (Per 2 Pax)
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Tour Details:
  1. Cacti nursery visit
  2. Monastery Visit
  3. Include Budget/ Standard Double Room (Per 2 Pax)
₹1,950/- ₹2,500/-
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Tour Details:
  1. Tea Garden Visit
  2. Tea tasting
  3. Toy train museum 
  4. Include Budget/ Standard Double Room (Per 2 Pax)
₹4,000/- ₹4,600/-
Ratings (253)
Tour Details:
  1. Jaldapara National Park
  2. Tribal village visit
  3. Khairbari Leopard rescue centre
  4. Chilapata Forest
  5. Include Budget/ Standard Double Room
₹2,400/- ₹2,700/-
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    Discover West Bengal's Beauty: A Traveler's Guide with Impression Tourism Services

    East Indian state of West Bengal is renowned for its exquisite food, rich cultural legacy, and stunning natural surroundings. The state is home to numerous well-known tourist attractions, including, to name a few, Kolkata, the Sundarbans, Darjeeling, and the Dooars. West Bengal offers plenty to offer everyone, whether of their interests in history, culture, wildlife, or simply wanting to unwind and take in some natural beauty.

    Kolkata, India's Cultural Capital

    The capital of West Bengal and one of the liveliest and most fascinating towns in India is Kolkata, usually referred to as Calcutta. Due to its extensive literary, artistic, and intellectual past, it is frequently referred to as the "cultural capital of India". The Victoria Memorial, St. Paul's Cathedral, and other locations are among the must-see sights in Kolkata. The Indian Museum and the Howrah Bridge. Kolkata is renowned for its street food as well, particularly the delicious sweets like rasgulla, sandesh, and mishti doi.

    The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Sundarbans

    A distinctive and biodiverse zone that crosses both India and Bangladesh is the Sundarbans, which may be found in the southern part of West Bengal. The iconic Royal Bengal Tiger, as well as other animals including spotted deer, saltwater crocodiles, and other bird species, call the world's largest delta home. The Sundarbans is a well-liked vacation spot for those who enjoy the outdoors and animals. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    Mandarmani and Digha: Countless Beaches

    The two most well-known beaches in West Bengal are Mandarmani and Digha, so if you're looking for some sun, sand, and water, head there. While Digha is a busier beach with lots of restaurants, shops, and activities, Mandarmani is a spotless beach with pure white sand and crystal-clear waters. Both beaches are ideal for a laid-back getaway with loved ones or friends.

    The Terracotta and Art Land of Bishnupur and Santiniketan

    Two small towns in West Bengal recognised for their distinctive art and architecture are Bishnupur and Santiniketan. Rabindranath Tagore built Visva Bharati University at Santiniketan, and Bishnupur is well known for its terracotta temples and handicrafts.

    History & Heritage of Malda and Murshidabad

    West Bengal contains two towns with a significant history and heritage: Malda and Murshidabad. Malda is well-known for its silk industry and the Adina Mosque, one of India's biggest mosques. On the other side, Murshidabad, which housed numerous ancient structures including the Hazarduari Palace and the Katra Mosque, served as the previous capital of Bengal under the Nawabs.

    The Hills and Forests of Darjeeling and the Dooars

    West Bengal's Darjeeling and Dooars are two areas renowned for their hills and forests. A well-known hill station, Darjeeling is well-known for its tea plantations, the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), and breathtaking Himalayan views. The Gorumara National Park and the Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary are only two of the many national parks and wildlife sanctuaries that can be found in the Dooars, a wooded region.

    Purulia: A Undiscovered Gem

    West Bengal's Purulia is a lesser-known location that is ideal for unconventional tourists. It is a hilly area with numerous waterfalls, hiking paths, and historic temples. The Chau Mask, a well-known terracotta mask, the Bamni Falls, and the Ayodhya Hills are a few of the must-see locations in Purulia.


    The best months to visit West Bengal are from October to March since the temperature is mild and comfortable throughout this time.

    Roshogolla, sandesh, mishti doi, kosha mangsho, and fish fry are some of the must-try foods in West Bengal.

    About 650 kilometres separate Kolkata from Darjeeling.

    You may explore the best of West Bengal with the assistance of Impression Tourism Services, a trustworthy and knowledgeable tour company. They provide a variety of tour packages to suit all interests and price ranges, and their staff of experienced guides makes sure that you have a stress-free and pleasurable trip. Impression Tourism Services has you covered whether you wish to discover Kolkata's culture and history, embark on a wildlife safari in the Sundarbans, or take a relaxing beach holiday in Mandarmani and Digha