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A visit to Udaipur Sea Beach can also be combined with other tourist attractions across the city. With its delectable cuisines, and opportunities to explore the surrounding areas, Digha is perfectly poised to offer an experience that is both, authentic as well as unique! There are many ideal locations to visit in and around this wonderful city, with prominent local landmarks and favourable restaurants being just a few examples. Make a trip to Digha and its exciting places of interest to enjoy a memorable vacation. A visit to Udaipur Sea Beach will give you a greater insight into the various cultures and traditions of Digha . If you are planning a vacation in Digha, then you must go visit Udaipur Sea Beach. It is an intrinsic part of the socio-cultural landscape and hence, offers an insightful peek into life, as it exists in Digha .

Udaipur, An unexplored virgin sea beach located in the border of Orissa is three KM from Digha Station. The solitary beach away from crowd and busy city life. Dotted with dense, tall casuarina trees along the shore can make you feel that this is your own beach. This uninhabited beach is around three KM long and lies between New Digha and Talsari. There are very few fisherman huts around who also runs makeshift stalls in the beach and sell fresh cooked sea fish. The romantic sea beach of Udaipur can be flawlessly your destination for a honeymoon trip. The Tents run by West Bengal Tourism is a nice place to stay. A nearby guest house also provides good accommodation in cheap budget. The Tent is just 3 minutes walking from the beach and can be nice experience to stay. The only problem with the Tent is that the cafeteria is not functional. Although you can opt for delivery of food from New Digha which provides decent meals- Bengali, North Indian and Chinese dishes.

If you are fish lover, it will be a nice idea to buy fishes from the fisherman on the sea shore on sunrise. Don’t miss the sunrise – it’s really awful and marvelous. Walk towards the Mohana (the mount of a river) to buy fishes in the morning. The stall at the shore will cook your fish at a very nominal price.

The makeshift stall run by nearby villagers in the beach is nice place to sit and enjoy the breeze of the sea. If you like bathing in the sea, do it on your will. The small stalls serves all kind of sea fishes, crabs, jumbo prawns other than eggs, chickens and Bengali full meals and breakfast. All kinds of cold drinks and wafers are available on the beach. Although a star hotel is up on Udaipur, there is no much decent dining facility in this area. The food served by stalls are fresh and hygienic and prepared in front of you in the beach. Sip coconuts, it’s very cheap there!

Bichitrapur, around 25 KM from Udaipur, located upstream of the mouth of Subarnarekha River is famous for mangrove forest. A steamer ride through the mangrove forest is an exciting tour. Bichatrapur is developing as an unexplored hot tourist spot. Talsari, another unexplored sea beach located in Baleshwar district of Odisha. The scenic beauty of Talsari is overwhelming. Lash green paddy field, palm tree, coconut tree and dense casuarina trees on the backdrop of blue hills and Clam Sea will make you to remember fairy tales. Numerous small rivers and creeks flowing into the sea is a visual pleasure. Witnessing sunrise and sunset from a gleaming stretch of white sand is a rewarding experience. Another feature of Talsari that fascinates tourists is its backwaters, which one needs to cross to reach the sea. Talsari is just 7 KM from Udaipur.

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If you're looking for a more laidback and tranquil beach atmosphere, Udaipur beach is the right place to visit. The beach has lonely, deserted stretches of seashore where you can just walk along, take a dip in the water or just rent a bike to roam around.

The sea is blue and without fury, the beach silent. Waves roll lazily, as if bored of going through the same motions again and again. Yet, the air seems suffused with impending drama. The first fishing boat glides towards the shore with its catch. As if on cue, the beach begins to stir. Periscope eyes scan the horizon. As the bow of the boat bites the sand and comes to rest, the first red robber slinks up to it. Then another, and another, until the beach is a seething mass of red. Darting between the fishermen’s feet, the crabs launch their attack, grabbing fish that fall from the baskets with their pincers and scurrying back to their holes, dodging, boxing and wrestling with opponents on their way back. It’s quite like a rugby scrum, crab style

Udaipur beach holds many wonders and changing colours, from golden to red, with approaching fishing boats just one spectrum of the kaleidoscope. Its location is singular —- between a bustling seaside getaway and another beach best known only to fishermen. Driving from the city, past Kolaghat, past Contai, past Digha old and new and then across Kiyageria, the Bengal-Orissa border, it’s onward to Talsari, where the beach is famous for its fishing village, and among people partial to sea food.

The Panthasala offers accommodation and the sprinkling of tea stalls and restaurants provide lunch, dinner and snacks for the in-between times. The food fare is nothing fancy, but definitely delicious. On the way is Talsari Chandaneshwar, well-known for its Shiva temple and pandas. Believers throng the temple to have their wishes granted and the pandas have stories of miracles so miraculous, most people are tempted to try their luck. Udaipur is a one-and-a-half km walk from Talsari, along the shoreline. It’s easy to identify Udaipur beach —- the crabs here are artistic and each crustacean’s quarters is decorated with an intricate pattern of tiny globes of sand.


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Digha is a small beach town located in West Bengal. One of the most famous beaches in this city is the New Digha beach. Lying about 2 kilometers away from the Old Deegha beach, this destination is a man-made attraction. It's preferred by tourists owing to its easier accessibility, larger expanse, and lesser crowd density.

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Talsari Beach

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