Day wise Itinerary
Day 1: Arrive in Kolkata
Arrive in Kolkata, Afternoon visit Rajarhat Eco-Tourism Park and Back to hotel
Then overnight stay at hotel
Day 2: Kolkata – Gangasagar – Kolkata
Early morning transfer to Gangasagar with packaged breakfast, (car will reach at the jetty point) Sagar Island is an island within the Ganges delta, lying on the ocean floor of the Bay of Bengal about 100 km (54 nautical miles) south of Kolkata. It belongs to the Republic of India and is governed by the government of West Bengal. The island is large — with a neighborhood of 224.3 km, lying between 21°36’ to 21°56’ north latitude and 88°2’ to 88° 11’ east latitude. it’s 43 villages and a population of over 160,000. the most important village is additionally named “Ganga Sagar” or “Gangasagar”. Although Sagar island may be a part of the Sundarban Administration, it doesn’t have any tiger habitation or mangrove forests, or small river tributaries as is characteristic of the general Sundarbandelta. This island also referred to as Gangasagar or Sagardwip, maybe a place of Hindu pilgrimage. per annum on the day of Makara Sankranti(14 January), many thousands of Hindus gather to require a holy dip at the confluence of river Ganges and Bay of Bengal and offer prayers (puja) within the Kapil Muni Temple. Back to Kolkata hotel. Overnight occupy hotel.
Day 3: Kolkata (Temple tour & city tour )
Proceed for Dakshineswar Kali Mata Temple and Belur Math with packed breakfast and Swami Vivekananda Ashram.
Proceed Kolkata city tour – Victoriya Memorial (Monday close), Eden Garden, Indian Museum (Monday close), Fort William, Racecourse, supreme court, Alipore Zoo (Monday close). Overnight stay hotel.
Day 4: Kolkata – Mayapur – Kolkata
With packed breakfast proceed to a day-long excursion to Mayapur, Iskon Temple with Nabadyip, the birthplace of Sri Chaitanya. Mayapur is found in the middle of Sri Navadvipa-mandala, the eternal pastime abode of Sri Krishna Chaitanya Mahaprabhu. Sri Navadvipa-mandala is non-different from Sri Vraja-mandala, the eternal pastime abode of Sri Krishna. Measuring thirty-two miles in circumference, Navadvipa-mandala originally consisted of nine islands forming an eight-petalled lotus floating on the waters of the Ganges. Liberated souls, blessed by Lord Caitanya, can still perceive this spiritual reality.
The Navadvipa-dhama-mahatma states, “Whoever visits Navadvipa becomes free of all offenses. Whatever a pilgrim obtains by wandering to all or any the holy places is obtained just by remembering Sri Navadvipa. an individual who simply sees Navadvipa gets the good fortune of affection for Krishna, birth after birth.”
Back to the hotel. Overnight stay Hotel.
Day 5: Depart Kolkata
After breakfast check out from hotel transfer to Airport / Railway station.