Bus departure time was 6 am. So I wake up at the earliest and arrived for Dharmatala. We entered the depot and the bus departed at the right time. The route of 330 km had to be covered within 7 hours but the driver was a repealed Casting actor of Dhoom and he crossed it within 5 hours. We reached Namkhana Vassal ar around 11 am and then we waited to cross the vassal. But now a fly over has been made so no wait for crossing the vassal. After that we reached Bakkhali Bus Depot around afternoon. We didn't book any hotel online coz it was not necessary there. The day was Saturday, 30 April; next day was 1st May, holiday. We just utilized those two days for a short tour.
We visited the Beach side market and got the taste of pre evening moment at the restful beach of Bakkhali. After coming in the evening Beach side became colorful for the Beach side shops and stalls. We went to a Two Star nearby restaurant cum Bar and had some food and beverage and then came back to the hotel room to take some rest coz it was enough for the first day.
I forgot to tell you that we got a Toto Driver as our companion, his name was Mantu; he was from the locality and he drives Toto. We planned last day to visit Frazerganj today around 4'o clock so that we can experience the sunrise there beside Sunderban Forest.
Yes, you can see the Sunderban on the opposite when you'll go to the Launch Ghat.
At Frazerganj, you can visit a place just nearby the Launch Ghat where fishermen are mowing fishing net together. A fishing net according to them are minimum 500 mitre long and they are mowing it with naked hands only, trust me you can see what is the definition of dedication. You will catch crocodile breeding, different kind of fish breeding location there.
Most important glamour of the whole tour, according to me it's a must visit thing that is to visit Jambu Dwip from Frazerganj by Launch. Jambu Dwip is around 25 km from the Frazerganj Launch Ghat. You will have to go by Launch through the very restless Bay Of Bengal. Because I don't know swimming, it was a hell view experience for me when the demonic waves was hitting our launch. But it's an amazing feeling to experience the life of fishermen. Jambu Dwip is a very big abandoned island. The land is full of red Crabs .
You can click so amazing photos for your Instagram, But you can't step out on the island. Section 144 has been enacted there by the Indian Government for some unknown reason.
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So after watching it for a few minutes we came back to Frazerganj.