Doladanga is a small village situated in rural regions of Purulia district in West Bengal. This tiny hamlet with only 13 houses in situated in the serene green forest just opposite the famous mukutmanipur dam. The Sonajhuru forest surrounding the small hamlet, the beautiful kangsabati lake and the simplicity of a tribal life make this place a peaceful refuge where your heart will want to come back again and again.
The Doladanga Backpackers' Camp located in the middle of a sonajhuri forest is your refuge in the lap of nature. Our cottages will provide you a comfortable stay with a peek into the tribal lifestyle. Apart from this we have tents which will add adventure to your stay.
Feed your Backpacking Soul
11:00 A.M. Check in Welcome Drinks (Nimbu Pani)
01:30 P.M. Lunch (Rice, Dal, Vegetable Curry, Fish Curry)
06:00 P.M. Evening Snacks (Vegetable Pakora, Puffed Rice, Tea)
09:00 P.M. Dinner (Rice/Roti, Dal, Vegetable Curry, Chicken Curry)
08:00 A.M. Breakfast (Puri, Vegetable Curry, Tea)
You can reach Doladanga Backpackers' Camp following two different routes.
Route 1: Recomended
Kolkata to Bankura (170 Km)
Bankura to Manbazar (60 Km)
Manbazar to Doladanga Backpackers' Camp (12 Km)
Kolkata to Purulia (250 Km)
Purulia to Manbazar (53 Km)
Manbazar Doladanga Backpackers' Camp (12 Km)
Mathaburu Hills (Ayodhya): 78 Kms.
Jhilimili: 50 Kms.
Bishnupur: 100 Kms.
Garpanchkot: 95 Kms.
Mukutmonipur: 15 Kms (Route has ferry)
Apart from the serenity of nature, this camp has much more to offer. From boat rides in the lake to Baul songs, tribal dance and jungle walks Doladanga will satiate your desire to experience something new.
The best part for Backpackers Camp is its campfire where you get a wonderful chance to interact with the local people, listen to their stories while make some new friends. Also the magical beauty of the Kangsabati lake in the middle of a jungle in moonlit night is something that can surely take your breath away.
With a population of only 52 people known as the Mudikora Tribe, the village of Doladanga is rich in it’s tribal culture. The main livelihood of the people farming and fishing. Being an integral part of responsible tourism, Izifiso always focuses on lending a helping hand in developing the places they touch. In Doladanga, Izifiso is employing only the local people for all the area where manpower is needed. It helps in betterment if the livelihood of the people as well as empower them and make them more confident.