West Bengal Tour Packages

From the Bay of Bengal to all the glorious things in between, let the magic of West Bengal sweep you off your feet!

The naturally well-endowed West Bengal adorns the eastern part of India. It has towering mountains, a vast sea, expansive forests, rich landscapes, glorious tea gardens, and thriving mangroves. Travellers throng to this beautiful state by opting for West Bengal tours not only to experience nature at its best but also to get a glimpse of the flourishing metropolitan city of Kolkata. West Bengal tourism packages take you to a land that juxtaposes a glorious heritage of the past with the optimistic promises of the future. And at Veena World, we have various options in West Bengal tourism packages online at cost-effective prices. You can choose suitable West Bengal holiday packages online from Veena World to enjoy a fulfilling and exciting tour of West Bengal.

Veena World is the perfect partner for you to plan your escapades with the right West Bengal tourism packages. Choose from an assortment of online West Bengal tour packages based on their price and let Veena World plan the perfect West Bengal tour itinerary for your next vacation. Customised according to your need, Veena World keeps your price preferences in mind when offering West Bengal holiday packages; all you have to do is choose from the many options. Veena World puts a lot of thought into putting together these holiday packages. These online vacation packages for West Bengal will put your mind at ease and leave you with an experience that offers wonderful memories that last a lifetime.

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About the Destination

There's a lot that West Bengal tourism packages have to offer. Whether you enjoy a trek on the mountain slopes, or you enjoy being a spectator of the ancient temples and magnificent British monuments, the state never disappoints. The Himalayas, the Bay of Bengal, the Sundarbans, hill stations, the iconic Howrah Bridge, the Victoria Memorial are just some of the gems of this majestic place. Veena World's various West Bengal packages offer you the chance to enjoy this delightful destination. In that sense, West Bengal holiday packages are the perfect choice for your next vacation to this eastern state!

Experience the Destination

The people of West Bengal take a lot of pride in their culture and rightly so. All of which you would be able to witness and experience on your West Bengal tour. This state has produced stalwarts like Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore, Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay, Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay, Swami Vivekananda, Satyajit Ray, and many more.

Another important aspect of West Bengal tourism packages is the arts; Baul traditional music is a unique brand of Bengali music that has been strongly influenced by various regional music styles. Other forms of music such as Rabindra Sangeet and Nazrul Geeti are also quite popular. The Darjeeling Himalayan Region has its signature culture and is strongly influenced by the neighbouring states, Tibetan ethnic groups as well as the neighbouring country of Nepal.

    Bengali cuisine is quite famous and is primarily non-vegetarian. The people of Bengal love their fish and take great pride in their knowledge of a multitude of fish varieties. A staple meal in a Bengali household is Maach and Bhaat (fish and rice) and has given birth to the saying machhe bhate bangali, which means 'fish and rice make a Bengali'. Another important aspect of the Bengali heritage are the textiles and the region is well-known for its exquisite handwoven sarees such as Jamdani, Kantha stitch sarees, Balucheri, Tussar Silk, Musli, and Matka silk. Bengal was also an integral part of the Indian freedom movement and has been the workplace for social reformers such as Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar and Raja Ram Mohun Roy.

Things to Do in West Bengal

West Bengal tour packages have a lot of experiences to offer. Veena World's various West Bengal Tourism packages and tours are created to offer visitors a memorable experience in the state. Some of the top destinations that you can explore with West Bengal vacation packages are as follows:

    • Kolkata:

    Rightly called the 'city of joy', the atmosphere in Kolkata feels like an ongoing festival. The city which has been in existence for over 350 years is a potpourri of a mélange of different people, their unique culture and rituals, intellectualism, old-world charm, and a futuristic vibe. It is chaotic in some parts, luxurious in others. Kolkata in itself is a complete destination with many places of interest that can be included in your West Bengal tour itinerary.

    • Victoria Memorial:

    Built from 1906 to 1921, Victoria Memorial is considered to be the pride of Kolkata. This spectacular marble edifice is dedicated to the memory of Queen Victoria and is one of the popular tourist attractions in the city and part of most West Bengal sightseeing tours.

    • Howrah Bridge:

    Also known as Rabindra Setu, the Howrah Bridge is a massive steel bridge built over the Hooghly River, connecting Howrah and Kolkata. This cantilever bridge was built without a single nut or bolt and is held together by rivets. This iconic bridge comes to life at night when it is all lit up, a sight to behold and a must-visit destination to be included in your West Bengal tour packages.

    • Fort William:

    This British era fort is located 3km away from the city centre, on the banks of the Hooghly River and makes an important part of most West Bengal tourism packages and tours. Fort William gets its name after King William III of England and Ireland and King William II of Scotland. This spectacularly massive stone structure was built in the year 1696 and is adorned by hundreds of ornate windows. This fort was known as 'the black hole of Calcutta' as hundreds of prisoners were incarcerated here.

    • Belur Math:

    Swami Vivekananda founded the Ramakrishna Math and Mission, the headquarters of which is the Belur Math. The temple is a classic example of a secular architecture as the structure of the building embraces Hindu, Christian, and Islamic styles and stands as an icon of unity of all religions. The Math is an integral part of West Bengal tour packages.

    • Darjeeling:

    For many years, Darjeeling was the go-to hill station in the eastern part of the country. Travellers to this place are enamoured by the enchanting beauty of the mountains, the warm hospitality of locals, virtually never-ending slopes of tea plantations, gorgeous views around every corner, delectable cuisine, and of course, the beautiful weather all year round. Darjeeling is rightly called the 'Queen of the Himalayas'. Plan a trek along the mountain ridges, stop and admire plantation workers plucking the famous Darjeeling tea leaves, enjoy a ride on the UNESCO World Heritage toy train or just sit back and relax, for Darjeeling is a treat for all visitors. Darjeeling is a must-see destination included in most West Bengal tour packages.

    • Siliguri:

    This mini hill station is situated on the banks of the Mahananda River. Also known as the Gateway to North East India, Siliguri serves as an important junction in the onward journey towards Darjeeling, Kalimpong, and Gangtok. This town is nestled cosily between the Himalaya foothills and the Doar region of West Bengal. The main attraction in Siliguri is the Jaldapara National Park, situated on the banks of the Torsa River. This national park is home to many wildlife species, most notably the Royal Bengal Tigers, elephants, one-horned rhinoceros, and various other species of deer. Another treat for wildlife lovers is the Mahanadi Wildlife Sanctuary which is famous for its variety of flora and fauna. Another destination nearby is Mirik, which is famous for its natural beauty, Sumedu Lake, and a Buddhist monastery. Kalimpong and Kurseog are the other hill stations that are worth a visit and can be included in West Bengal vacation packages.

    • Sundarbans:

    Famed all over for the biggest mangrove forest in the world, Sundarbans National Park is rich in natural diversity with its Tiger Reserve, mighty rivers, and estuaries. The mangrove forests are home to the Royal Bengal Tigers, a large variety of resident and migratory birds as well as many species of saltwater crocodiles. This place is an integrated biosphere that has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    • Digha:

    The beach town of Digha can prove to be the surprise element in your explorations. Digha is a very popular destination for locals as well as tourists. Situated on the shores of the Bay of Bengal, Digha's pristine beaches, splendid temples, and museums attract visitors all year round. Digha boasts of many gorgeous beaches such as the Udaipur Beach, Shakarpur Beach, New Digha Beach, and Talsari Beach.

    • Santiniketan:

    Home to Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore, Santiniketan is a small town located in the Birbhum district of West Bengal. This town is known mainly for its Visva Bharati University, set up by Rabindranath Tagore's father. This university aims to change the prevailing education system in the country. Not only is the sprawling campus known for its intellectualism but also for its aesthetically pleasing buildings.

Best Time to Visit West Bengal

Summer months (March to September) could be quite hot and humid. The best time to plan a visit to West Bengal would be during the winters (October to February) when the weather is quite pleasant, and you will be able to include and witness the most fervently celebrated festival of the Bengalis – Durga Puja!

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