The Indian state of West Bengal has always been looked up for its unique culture. The state includes many districts covering various regions and each region has its own fables and fairy tales. People residing here have an interest in art & culture, which can be clearly seen in their ways of celebrating different festivals. Travelers who love to explore the culturally rich land of India can visit West Bengal, the cultural king of the country.

Gorgeous Mandarmani beach

West Bengal has a long coastline bordering the Bay of Bengal. The state has many beautiful beaches, Beaches like Bakkahali, Diamond Harbor, Digha, Falta, Fraserganj and Junput add a lot to the tourism value to the state. People can try a wide variety of water sports activities and have a great time with their families and friends at these beaches. Mandarmani is comparatively a new entrant in the list of tourist destinations in West Bengal. It is primarily a small beach town, which is geographically located in the southern region of the state.

Mandarmani Beach in West Bengal

This new found destination has been grabbing a lot of attention with its long stretches of virgin beaches. You can enjoy the exquisite sunrises and sunsets while relaxing on the beach. The waves are comparatively low here, so it is the great place for swimming. You can also play volleyball and cricket at these beaches. Mandarmani is situated about three km away from Shankarpur town of the state. Explorers can walk from this town to reach the virgin beaches.

The beautiful Mandarmani beach in West Bengal

Adventure enthusiasts can also have the time of their lives at the beaches of Mandarmani while trying out boat rides in the ocean. The entire stretch covers a distance of about 13 km and the most exciting part is – you can drive along the shore! It is also gaining popularity as the drive-in beach all over the nation. While in the town, you can also pay a visit to Digha, which is located close to this beach town. It is another popular beach of West Bengal that offers panoramic views to its visitors.

This post was written by

Neha Singh – who has written posts on West Bengal Tourism.
A fun-loving girl who loves reading, surfing internet; is a movie junkie, and is passionate about writing. I am presently working as a Content Developer with a leading E-commerce group.

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