Bakkhali Tourism & Travel Guide

A beautiful resort town in West Bengal, Bakkhali is a lovely weekend destination! This is another of the few deltaic islands of South Bengal that juts out into the Bay of Bengal. Bakkhali is also a part of the Sundarban Marshes and is an isolated area. The twin town now makes a single locality and there is also a beautiful beach here which stretches from Bakkhali to Frasergunj. The beach has hard sand and is thus suitable for cycling, walking as well as driving. Henry's Island, a few kilometres away is a great place to spend your day! There are a couple of guest houses here which offer lovely views of the sea!
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Trips and Itineraries for Bakkhali

Time to say goodbye to Bakkhali So we took the next bus which was at 7:00 am....

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South 24 Parganas, The one closer to Bakkhali beach, Bakkhali
Next was the groove like way, exposed brick paving and the walkway is covered with tree branches and climbers from both sides.Walking across this pathway it felt like a whole new place and once the brick paving ended we stepped on the white sand beach, fine white grains and a little muddy because of the delta region. It was such a small and calm beach and there were note more than 15-20 visitors. There are Kiawe trees scattered on the beach and because of these thorny trees the beach are is more confined.
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Bakkhali, West Bengal 743339, India
The next day,we set off early,and made our way to the beach to see sunrise.The stunning beauty of that morning cannot be expressed by words.I found,in surprise,the sea departed way back from where i have seen last night.I stretched my eyes as far as i can,to find the white sand spread over the entire area.The other side of seashore covered by dense mangrove forest.
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