The diversity of West Bengal’s people, cultures, religions, and languages only serves to enhance the state’s already stunning natural scenery, lush forests, picturesque coastline, and rich historical legacy.
The Royal Mangrove
West Bengal’s stunning landscapes, snow-capped mountains, rushing waters, blossoming tea gardens, enormous deltas, verdant green forests, aplenty of wildlife, ancient temples, and magnificent British architecture draw a large number of visitors each year. Popular tourist destinations in West Bengal include Tiger Hill, Howrah Bridge, and the Tea Gardens, all of which provide unique perspectives on the state’s rich history and culture. Every month, the state celebrates its heritage with a new array of colourful festivals and fairs. A vast number of famous pilgrimages also attract a large number of tourists of all faiths and beliefs.