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Why Choose Digha for your Weekends Trip?

By the powerful Bay of Bengal, the lovely seaside town of Digha is located. It is located in West Bengal's Purba Medinipur district. The border between Bengal and Odisha is relatively close to Digha. Undoubtedly, this is a location that is easily accessible to everyone.

Best Time to Visit at Digha

Digha, which is on the coast, may get very humid during both the summer and the rainy season. Therefore, according to the Digha travel guide, the ideal season to visit is during the winter, or at least just before it, which is from October to February.

Best Hotel to stay

For a typical 4 night, 5 day journey to Digha, you should budget between Rs. 4000 and beyond. This is fairly inexpensive for a seaside town. This cost estimate assumes three people staying at the best hotel in Digha near sea beach, therefore each person will pay about 1200/- INR.

Sea Food

You will get varieties of common Indian food or seafood is very cheap in this town compared to any other beach town in India. You may look forward to spending Rs 100-200/- for common Indian food or seafood. So, total per day your breakfast to dinner food cost will be within Rs 500/- without soft or hard drink. If you want to go for luxury restaurant for food at Digha then your food cost will be depends on restaurant as well as food.

How to reach Digha?

Depending on the type of seating you select, the cost of taking a train from Kolkata to Digha ranges from Rs. 100 to Rs. 1000 per person. The cheapest ticket is for a seat in the non-AC second class, while the most expensive ticket is for a seat in the AC executive class, which includes catering and first-class service. You can also choose to go from Kolkata to Digha by bus, with tickets costing anywhere between Rs. 145 and Rs. 400 per person. Government transit buses have the cheapest tickets, while luxury full-AC private semi-sleeper buses have the most expensive tickets.

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