Joypur forest resort

Joypur Forest of Bankura along the terracotta work of Bishnupur reflects the true rural life of Chotta Nagpur Highland in West Bengal
An Eco-friendly resort far away from the busy city life in the Abode of Joypur Forest
That becomes a pleasure when you seek for adventure. Meeting new people their delicacies can put you in immense satisfactory zone. Travelling to metros are a part of our life now. Better we try some exotic rural vacations at Bankura Joypur Forest. This region is considered to be the estate of jungles. Spending a night there can be mesmerizing with handicrafts, historical essence and homely food.
Accommodation : This resort in Bankura Joypur village and beside the Joypur Forest serves you with the typical rural accommodation. Bamboo Ac and Non AC cottages are readily available.
Max accommodation can be 20-22 person.
Check-In : 12 Noon.
Check-Out : 11.00 A.M.
Outdoor Activities in Joypur Forest Resort
The resort is just in the midst of lush serene green jungle. A lone walk, darkness and cool breeze is a life altering feeling for a while. The resort has a handicraft boutique of handicrafts and silk saree and fabric. Terracotta is one of the finest item of the store.
Nearby Attractions of Joypur Forest Resort

Joypur Forest – Visit this dense forest of Pal, Simul, Palash and Teak forest thriving in the Chota Nagpurhighland. The forest nurtures thousands of wild life of which herd of spotted deers is the most attractive part. Besides wild fox, elephant and wolves also thrive in this brown hills bordered with rivers and dense greenery.

Jor Bangla temple – This is a Hindu temple with great architecture of terracotta.It is on an elevated platform designed with laterite rocks.It is built in the seventeenth century. It is only half an hour distance from resort by SH 2. It is approx 14 kms.
Dalmadal gun : It is one of the most interesting sight of Bishnupur. The 3.84 metres long cannon represents the glory of Malla kings.
Gokulchand temple : Malla king Raghunath constructed this temple back in seventeenths century. This temple gives the look of a fort as surrounded by high walls. This is 64 ft high with five apex and octagonal at centre. One can reach here in 15 mins from the resort via SH2.
Other nearby tourist attractions are Mukutmonipur, Susunia mountain, Kamarpukur, Jayrambati.
Weather of Joypur
Summers are typically sun burn. Due to less gatherings and plenty open spaces weather is desperately few degrees high than Kolkata. Winters are chilly, stubborn but fun. Monsoon is always enchanting in the forest as it brings the real colour of nature.
Best time to visit These place can be visited through out the year. Post October can be pleasant in the districts of Bankura.
How to reach Joypur
Joypur Forest by road: This enchanting place is convenient to go by car. It takes around 3.5 hours from Kolkata by car. It is about 125 kms via NH 19. Roads are Ahilyabai Holkar Rd/Bankura – Beliator – Sonamukhi – Khandaghosh – Nischintapur Rd/Champadanga-Dankuni Rd and SH 2.
Joypur Forest by Train: The nearest stations are Arambagh and Bishnupur. From Arambagh the place is 1 hour 15 min drive. On your request resort can arrange pick-up at a cost of INR1200. From Bishnupur the resort is at 40 mins drive. If you require resort will arrange the pickup from Bishnupur station at a cost of INR500.
Pocket Pinch of Joypur Forest Resort

Double Bed Cottage: 3000 + GST, and

Four Bed Cottage: 4000 + GST


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