Rediscover the rural life of Beloon Eco Village and rejuvenate your senses with a stroll beside the Shibai River, rafting in a nearby lake, watching dolphins in Kalyanpur Ghat, plucking fresh vegetables from the farm and bird watching. Beloon Eco Village is located in Bardhaman District just 175 kms from Kolkata. You would be staying in a traditional mud house, where you can enjoy mouth-watering Bengali meals of freshly picked vegetables and freshly caught fishes. You can also volunteer in conserving the local wildlife and rehabilitating .
How to Reach
You can reach Beloon Eco Village by train as well as by road. If you are traveling by car, you can take the Durgapur Expressway and drive via Bardhaman to reach Beloon Eco Village. It will be a journey of 3 hours covering a distance of 175 km.
You can travel by train, your journey gets divided into two phases. In the first phase, you have to reach Katwa from Howrah, covering a distance of 144 km. In the second phase, you can take a local train from Katwa to Shiblun Halt that is another 10 km, and from Shiblun Halt it is just 1 km to Beloon Eco Village
Some 20 km from Beloon Eco Village, is an island on the River Ganges, where many wildlife species and migratory birds inhabit.
Musharu,which is popular for being the home of the venomous cobras, who are worshipped here as deities. Hence this village is also called Snake Village.
Ambika Kalna or simply Kalna is a town, a municipality and head quarters of Kalna subdivision in Bardhaman District in the Indian state of West Bengal. It is situated on the western bank of the Bh?girathi. The town is more popularly known as Ambika Kalna, named after a very popular Deity of Goddess Kali, Maa Ambika. It has numerous historical monuments such as the Rajbari (the palace) and the 108 Shiva temples.