Dhuturdaha not only promises the beautiful serenity as the background rather one can find some of the best resorts in and around Kolkata with the modern facilities like AC rooms, swimming pools, landscaped gardens, dining halls, conference rooms, gazebos within water and all other amenities which make one's life comfortable. Dhuturdaha is an ideal unification of historic ethnic charm with modern facilities.
Tourist Spots at Dhuturdaha
Malancha thrives to be one of the tourist destinations just 15 kms from Dhuturdaha. This small town of West Bengal has one of the biggest Fish Markets in West Bengal. At Malancha one would witness the mighty Ichamati River meeting the Vidyadhari River or one can stop over the bridge over Vidyadhari River and enjoy the gleaming lights of the approaching sunset. The planes facing the sides of the rivers are dotted with brick kilns and the chimneys that are lofty and soaring line up the riverbank for distant. On the way to Dhuturdaha from Kolkata, one would come across Ghusighata Lock gate, where few local canals meet.
Dhuturdaha is entwined with a number of luxury, ethnic and budget resorts with facilities for accommodating guests. One can dwell overnight or visit the place for a day trip or picnic. The resorts are established for corporate picnics, family unit getaways and individual lover of nature. The double bed AC rooms of the resorts have attached western bathrooms, period furniture, television and minibars. The resorts at Dhuturdaha are well equipped with swimming pools, conference rooms, boating facilities, angling facilities, lawns, dining halls, kitchens for picnic groups, spacious dining halls, landscaped gardens, parking lots and children's parks. Man made resorts are effortlessly accessible to the day picnic groups as well as for individual guests who want to dwell overnight.
Dhuturdaha attracts the tourists from far and wide as it is inclusive of uncountable number of fishing lakes stretching as far as the lakes flow. The village is dotted with vegetable gardens blooming with all types of vegetables from cabbages and cauliflowers to ladies fingers. One can even visit the local temple under the shadows of a Peepal tree or watch the local women sifting rice under the wood-plaque (Dheki). Village life is Dhuturdaha's main attraction and the ducks paddling around in ponds, farmers ploughing their fields, fisherman casting their nets and the local shopkeeper selling groceries.