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, West Bengal

(Bakkhali is also spelled as Bakhali)
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Fast Facts
State: West Bengal
District: South 24 Parganas
Famous for/as: Beaches
Languages: Bengali, Hindi
Best Season: Oct - Mar
Weather: Summer 23 to 37°C, Winter 13 to 30°C
Altitude: 0 m
Pincode: 743xxx
STD code: 03210
Bakkhali is a small beach town that is situated in the state of West Bengal. The place is known for its long stretches of empty and clean beaches. The beach extends for a length of around seven kilometers and it is a secluded tourist destination. The beach is generally empty and devoid of tourists, except during the peak tourist season. The hard sands of the beach are ideal for walking and cycling. It is also possible to drive along the shore. The entire length of the beach is lined with casuarinas trees.

You can visit the crocodile breeding center that is located in the town and this is a popular tourist attraction. The place is open during the day and it is home to few species of deer. The temple of Banabibi is a local religious site and this can be accessed using a narrow path that passes through the casuarinas grove. There are a few fishing hamlets that are located in and around the place and these are worth visiting. You can opt for a boat ride in to the ocean. However this might not be a safe option. Jambu Dwip is a small island that is located nearby and this can be reached by boat.
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