Digha, the popular tourist attraction of West Bengal known for its unexplored beaches and scenic views. Popular for weekend getaways among the natives of West Bengal.
The attractive tourist spot there includes destinations with less or no human impact and is untouched, there you can experience the mesmerizing and fine touch of mother nature with religious temples and airy seafood around.
What to do in Digha, West Bengal?
Ride a horse around Digha beach
Get the feel of your iconic cinema-style horse ride. Horse riding near and around the beach has its own charm and allure.
A cable car built in the premises of Amarabati park assuring lush greenery and beautiful lake adds up to the adventurous attraction of the Digha town. Available at the fair price of 59 Rs per person for a two-way journey.
New Digha Beach
This one is a man-made beach, created 2 km away from the old one. It is better planned and more easily accessible from nearby locations. The new beach is bigger, less crowded and better maintained compared to the Old Digha beach.
Where to stay if you are in or near Digha, West Bengal?
Cygnett Inn Sea View Digha, is one of the most preferred weekend destinations only 200 meters away from the Bay of Bengal an urban and lavish hotel assures both leisure and business travels with mind soothing amenities like a rooftop swimming pool sprinkled with refreshes of nature and delicate nutrients.
What to eat in Digha, Bengal?
Pomfret Machchi (Bengali fish curry)
A spicy and saucy delicate lip snacking bengali fish served with tomato and onion gravy fried in mustard oil. Best served with hot white rice.
Tiger prawn at Digha beach
Digha is the home of juiciest tiger prawns, beach at Digha is the paradise for seafood lovers having mouth-watering editions of various bengali cuisines. The most preferred tiger prawns are “Daabchingri”, “Chingrimaachar malaikari”.