Commutation is extremely feasible. If you are travelling from other parts of the country, then the nearest airport will be Netaji Subash Chandra Bose Airport. Upon arrival, you can either take a private car or bus to Tajpur. If you are travelling by train, then you have to board the train from Howrah station and get off at Ramanagar Station. From there the travel to the beach is for 15 minutes. And if you choose to take the route via car, then you have to take the Vidyasagar Setu followed by the Kona expressway. It is almost a 4 hours journey via car from Kolkata.
Apart from spending time at the beach, you can take a stroll to the nearby fishermen villages. Here, you can observe the hardships these fishermen go through to earn their daily living. As far as accommodation is concerned, you need not worry. WBTDC Digha tent complex and WBTDC Digha tourist lodge can be approached if you’re looking for pocket-friendly options. Apart from this, there is a wide range of luxurious accommodation options to choose from.
According to tourists, Tajpur beach is popularly called as the “Serene Beach”, “Red Crab Beach”, “Lonely Beach”, etcetera. Apart from Monsoon, this place is open to all tourists. A perfect gateway spot for family and friends.