Katwa, Burdwan, WBNayachar

Nov,2019
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Address: Char Panuhat, Panuhat Bandh, Katwa, West Bengal 713502
How to go: The easiest way to access this place is train from Sealdah or Howrah. Any local train which is going to Katwa is running over 'Dainhat' railway station. Get down and hire a tracker, tell him to take you to Nayachar (Ganesh's house) or better you can call Ganesh and ask him for direction. Another thing you can ask Ganesh to arrange tracker for you. It is around 8 km from the railway station.
Pros: Village environment, nature, Ganga river, boating, birding, camping and many more
Cons: Few network issues are there
What to visit ? The beautiful Village, River view, Birds island, Dolphin area
Company: Family and people who are very close to the nature.
Minimum day/time to visit: 2 days full.
Locality: Village
Expenses: max 3000 per head for 2 days
More Information:

Ganesh Chowdhury, a young nature lover as well as an identity of wildlife conservation, is the main body of Nayachar wildcreation project. He has spent so many years of his life protecting and studying wildlife of Bengal and by the help of Government and few others, he has taken initiative to create his own tourist spot where can take initiative to protect and study wildlife and nature. He has built a small firm house in his village where you can go take rest for 2/3 days and drove down to the nature with a lot of energy. You can contact this person by +91 9734845477. He is also the main guide of the whole tour, fishing, birding.



Activities

  • Research on wildlife and nature
  • Sighting Dolphins on the river
  • Fishing at night on the river
  • Birding
  • Camping
  • Nature hopping


Best time to go

October to February is the main season to visit this place (For birder specially)



Food specialty

Being a village people they cook authentic, even thought this kind of place is not recognized as a lavish living but you will get fresh vegetable and others stuff which won't create any obstacle for foodies.



What kind of people should visit this place?

First of all, this is not many other tourist spot which gives you pleasure artificially, but people who mainly work or research on wildlife they must go once.
People who also very close to nature and village environment they must go.
Also who love birding they must go and stay there for 2 days during season.
Also people who gets frustrated with hurdle of daily life and want to breathe inside nature, they must go.



For birders only

Now a days, it becomes a birds paradise specially in season. You can get birds like - Red avadavat, Indian silverbill, Oriental pratincole, Small pratincole, Grey francolin, Yellow-eyed babbler, Siberian rubythroat, Sand lark, Lesser whistling duck, Knob-billed duck, Common shelduck, Ruddy shelduck, Garganey, Northern shoveler, Gadwall, Falcated duck, Eurasian wigeon, Mallard, Bar-headed goose, Curlew sandpiper, Temminck's stint, Common sandpiper, Wood sandpiper, Spotted redshank, Common greenshank, Peregrine falcon, Purple heron, Grey heron, Striated heron, Yellow bittern, Cinnamon bittern, Long-legged buzzard, Western osprey, Brahminy kite, Baya weaver, Black-winged stilt and many more.

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