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Lal Matir Desh-Purulia

Lal Matir Desh-Purulia
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Purulia & Ayodhya Pahar Tour

Purulia Tour  Itinerary- 3 days 2 nights


Day 1 -   Reach Barabhum Station  Station at 6.30  am and start for Ayodha Pahar Purulia.Reach hotel at 9.30 am .After lunch visit Khiarebera Dam &                         Charidha Village Purulia( famous for chou mask making) .Where you can buy chou mask as articraft.  Night stay at Hotel  .

Day 2-  At early morning we explore the Bamni falls ,Turga falls & Tarpania Lake.

           After lunch at Ayodhya Hill top, visit Sitakunda,Mayur Pahar  & evening campfire at hotel.

           Night stay at  Hotel

Day 3-   After breakfast start for Purulia Jn and reach purulia at 12.30 .

                Lunch on the way and board Rupashi Bangla Express for Howrah. Tour ends with sweet  memories.




·         3 breakfast,2 lunch, 2 dinner & 2 light snacks

·         Twin or triple sharing budget accommodation.

·         Transportation in Tata sumo, Force on sharing basis.




                                         Portarage  charge

·         Any personal nature of expenditure.

·         Anything not mention in Itinerary.

·         Entry fees .


Ayodha hill is a most adventurous and attractive short trip or weekend destination near Kolkata(Calcutta). It is located in Purulia district of West Bengal. This is a part of Dalma hill range. Gorgaburu is the highest peak of Ayodha hill. This place is famous for its scenic beauty & peacefulness. It is about 250 km from Kolkata. Natural waterfalls - dense forest – full of wildlife……… where you will awake with bird’s tweet. The most interesting thing is full moon day of the Baishakh (in english month of May)in every year tribal come into the hill and join the festival of haunting wild animals.

According to a legend, Lord Rama came to here with Sita Devi during their exile period.