Once we reached there and told the receptionist that we have a booking, he completed all the formalities and we got into our rooms. We came to know about this resort from Google and booked rooms over phone. Initially, it was a plan of seven people and we had bookings of three AC rooms. But, after one of our friend confirmed that she can't join us on this trip, we immediately called the owner and he was kind enough to cancel one room booking just two three days before the trip and that too without any cancellation charges.
After freshening up, we walked for around 5 to 10 minutes to reach the main road and had our lunch.
₹ 1020 was spent for the lunch of six people. You can try crab, lobster and prawns for lunch.
The next destination was Henry's Island.
We booked a Toto again and the driver agreed to take us to Henry's Island and drop us back to Dwaipayan Resort at ₹ 180.
The way to Henry's Island was serene and your eyesight will experience a lush green scenery.
The Fisheries Department of West Bengal has set up some lodges and a pisciculture project here to attract tourists, where breeding and cultivation of prawns and fishes are done.
The pictures below prove how much beautiful the road to Henry's Island was :