Having been to Diamond Harbor, an inner cry was resonating to see the beauty and the nature's ever changing mood of painting colors whenever a river met a sea.
We gear up again, and with a loving look towards our ever trusted travel companion, Swift, we start our seaward journey by land.
Bakkhali is about 121 Kilometers away from where we stay and shares the same NH117 highway which we had taken to visit Diamond Harbor(DH). Most of it was known to us, the only difference is the extra 80 Kilometers, down south that connected (DH) with Bakkhali.
My interest lay in the last leg where I heard that motorists have to take the car across a small creek or a canal. Guess what... using a large mechanized boat. After a 3-hour drive through the greenery of 24 Parganas, we finally reached around noon, the Namkhana jetty where we queue up behind a series of cars to cross, the river Hatania-Doania.