Cooch Behar is a district in north east West Bengal with a royal heritage. It is bound by Jalpaiguri to its north, by Assam to its east and by Bangladesh to its south. It used to be ruled by the Koch dynasty and therefore this name. Cooch Behar became a district in West Bengal in 1950 and is the only planned district in north Bengal on the Himalayan foothills. Since the Cooch Behar Palace still holds significance in the development of the district, it has been declared as a heritage town. Cooch Behar also happens to be the maternal home of Maharani Gayatri Devi. The residents enjoy a lovely climate and the best time to visit is during November through February when the temperature is between 10 and 24 degree Centigrade.
Tarakeswar is a holy place for Hindu pilgrims. Tarakeswar is a small town in Hooghly district in West Bengal. Principal attraction of this town is the temple of Taraknath where in Lord Siva is worshiped. This temple is founded by Mukunda Ghosh in 1729. Not only devotees from West Bangal visit this place, it attracts people from all over India.
- Kamarpukur, Hooghly
- Sonamukhi, Bankura
- Jayrambati, Bankura
- Mirik, a lovely getaway at Himalayan Hills
- Trekking & Forests around Ayodhya Hill
- Sundarban, Home of Royal Bengal Tiger
- Paragliding in Kalimpong starting from Dello
- Purulia Garpanchkot
- White Water Rafting at Kalimpong
- Murshidabad, last Nawabs of Bengal
- Cooch Behar is a district with a royal heritage
- Chilapata and Mendabari Jungle Camp
- Manebhanjan at a height of 7054 feet the starting point for trek to Sandakphu
- Gumabadara Village, nestled in Kalimpong is 12 km from Lava and 10 km from Lolegaon
Serampore is an old colonial town of West Bengal. Situated just 24 kilometers from Kolkata, it is a bustling crowded place on the right bank of the Hooghly River. While most of the town is under local administration, the Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority (KMDA) also covers a part of it. It was the only town to be colonized by the Danish and was known as Frederiksnagore from 1755- 1845. Serampore was famous for its superior education institutions and William Carey founded the Serampore College. It was also the first College University in Bengal. The town is also known for publication of the first Bengali Newspaper, Samachar Darpan.