Kankrajhor Homestay

A full moon night in the homestay in winter or spring really becomes memorable with the tribal dance performance | Kankrajhor | Nomadic Weekends

Kankrajhor, a combination of hills and verdant green dense forest has become very popular to the tourists who look for solitude in the midst of nature. The place offers some rare experience of walking through the wild paths amidst the forests of Shaal, Segun, Kusum, Mahua, Cashew nuts and akashmoni. The homestay provides a perfect bliss, a home away from home feeling whereby you wake up with the chirping of the birds, take refreshing cool air and your eyes get soothed at the lush green surrounding in every direction. However, a full moon night in the homestay in winter or spring really becomes memorable with the tribal dance performance and the mesmerizing beats of the madal resonating in the hills around.


The homestay provides 3 well-decorated spacious four bedded non-ac rooms with supply of electricity. A sprawling lawn waits outside the room. The room has an attached bathroom with running water. Maximum 12 – 15 person can accommodate.

Check-in: 12 PM

Check-out: 11 AM


With the help of the local guides, one can explore the Kankrajhor forest with its hilly terrain of the Dalma and at the same time walk through the green vegetation with the sound of various birds and crickets. The jungle is frequented by tiger, leopards, elephants. Bears and wild boars to stray regularly in the area.


You can include Kankrajhor as a weekend destination with Jhargram and Belpahari.

Jhargram Raj Palace in Jhargram: The main attraction in Jhargram is the royal palace. The Radha Krishna Temple in the palace is worth watching.

Kanakdurga Temple: Situated near Dulong River this ancient temple is a must-visit place to the visitors.

Jhargram Mini Zoo: A small zoo about 2 km away from the town has deer, snakes, crocodiles, rabbit, wolf, peacock, bear, monkeys etc. The place is enjoyable for children.

Savitri Temple: The 350-year-old temple is a very old structure and a stone idol of Savitri Debi is worshipped here.

Chandigarh Raj Palace: The historical palace located 12 km away from Jhargram is another attraction to the tourists visiting Jhargram.

Ghagra Water Fall: The waterfall though small has amazing beauty and the place is also popular as a picnic spot.

Garrasini Ashram: The ashram is located in the feet of Garrasini Hill and amid thick forests. People come to the ashram and experience the spiritual ambiance present everywhere around.


You can visit Kankrajhor at any time of the year. But one should avoid the rainy season in the jungles though nature gets the dazzling green look during that time. Winter is really very attractive with morning fog and the clear starlit night sky.


One has to reach at first to Jhargram and then by the road he has to arrive at Kankrajhor.

1. The nearest airport is Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport in Kolkata from where Jhargram is at  188 km distance.

2. One can also avail of either express or local train from Howrah or Tatanagar to reach Jhargram.

3. By road, Jhargram is 178 km away from Kolkata. You can reach Jhargram by car through NH6 which is approximately 4 hours journey. From Jhargram travel to Belpahari at a distance of 37 km. And after that Belpahari to Kakrajhor is a 25-kilometer road journey.



Room price only Rs. 1450 + 5% GST per head per day.


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