Attractions of Garshalboni
The natural surroundings of Garshalboni are impressive with an extensive stretch of forest. A variety of plants can be spotted in the forest such as mango trees, cashew trees, mahua, teak, saal and others. Garshalboni delights the tourist in many more ways by sheltering a plethora of visiting spots such as the government Ayurvedic medicinal plant garden, a small zoo, a nearby spring well etc. One can also explore the textile printing works there. Idling in the farmhouse is a rejuvenating experience for body and soul. The farmhouse is stuffed with history and one can catch glimpses of ancient India there. The environs of Garshalboni are immensely serene and peaceful. Goddess Kanak Durga temple also stands here. Watching the tribal dance nearby in the evening is another added attraction. Garshalboni is also dotted with a plethora of ruins belonging to old palaces and temples.
Nearby Attractions of Garshalboni
There are many other interesting locales at a distance of few kilometres from Garshalboni which are worth exploring. Kendua village is the abode of migratory birds and a bird watchers paradise. Chilkigar is another beautiful tourist spot where the Dulung River flows. An ancient Shiva temple is the main attraction of the place. Jhargram Palace is also situated nearby.
Garhshalboni can be visited all through the year however winters are preferable for bird watchers. During rainy season one can witness the lush greenery of the forest. It is situated at a distance of 170 kilometres from Kolkata and can be easily reached through roadways.