Mandarmani Beach is situated in East Midnapore district , West Bangal, India and is famous for its Beach Resorts. There is 13 kilometers of motorable beach road here, which makes Mandarmani, the Longest Motorable Beach Road in India. This beach in East Midnapore district is the Second Widest Beach in the world.
Thousands of small red crabs crawling around the long Mandarmani beach shores, is the specialty of this beach. Jet Skiing is there at the Mandarmani Beach on Bay Of Bengal sea waters.
Some locals may take you to the Estuary, (the mouth of a nearby river), where tide meets the river stream and is a beautiful sight. Mandarmani Beach is one of the best weekend getaway for Kolkata residents.
How do I Go to Mandarmani Beach?
Mandarmoni Beach is on the Kolkata – Digha route, at around 180 kilometers from Kolkata International Airport. Bus service is there to this beach from Kolkotta. Contai railway station is the nearest railway station to this beach. Digha railway station is at 20 kilometers distance.
You may also hire a cab and go to this Mandarmoni seaside resort village. There are restrictions on private car driving in the beach.
Can you Name Some of the Good Hotels in Mandarmani Beach?
Sun City Mandarmani is a leading hotel. Beach bikes, ropeway, toy train, water park, boating, etc, at the rose valley Hotel. Hotel Sea Star, Masara Beach Resort, Hotel Diamond Glory, Hotel Sonar Bangla, Hotel Kings Crown (Mandarmoni), etc, are some of the other leading Mandarmani hotels.
Nearby Hill Station
You can enjoy the spectacular view of the Himalayan Kangchenjunga peaks from Darjeeling hill station. You can also travel by the UNESCO World Heritage Mountain train there. Mandarmoni Beach to Darjeeling hill station distance is around 780 kilometers. It takes around 14 hours of travel to cover this distance by cab,
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