We Provides you the true Nature experience. It is living deep in woods amidst the green Mountains, listening to the enchanting Jhumur song and enjoying Tribal dance and Chhou dance. The rocky mountains and the serene beauty with rustic ambience invites you to explore and embrace the freshness which tempts you for more…Now with from Room Panaromic View
“Allure De Baranti”, a place to relax, explore and connect with the natural flavour in all of its primordial splendour. The rooms are equipped with all modern amenities. Guests may choose to relax in their rooms with a 180° spectacular panoramic view of Gourangi Hills and Baranti Lake making enthralled with lustrous virgin beauty of Purulia 1st Time in Baranti Luxurious Room with Panaromic View
Gourangi Hill & Baranti Lake facing massive 150sqft Deluxe Rooms
Western toilet with 24 hrs. hot and cold running water.
RO+UV+UF Purified Drinking water.
CCTV Surveillance in Common Area & Enjoy Free WiFi
Traditional authentic bengali cuisine in house resturant.
Travel desk, Pick up and drop facilities and Experience Guide.
Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport: 240 Kms Asansol Junction Station: 33.8 Kms Muradi Railway Station: 6 Kms From Kolkata by Bus/Car : 238 Kms
How to reach
Air: Land in N. S. C. B. International Airport (CCU) and we can arrange a airport pickup Rail: Arrive at Muradi Railway Station (MDF) / Asansol Junction (ASN) and we can arrange a picup Road: After arrival at Asansol Bus Terminus (SBSTC) and we can arrange a pickup
Baranti is a small tribal village in Purulia district. Situated between two small hillocks, Muradi Hill and Baranti Hill with Muradi Lake beside it and at walking distance is Muradi Dam with Baranti water reservoir. It's a place to rejuvenate your mind and soul.
Panchet Dam extends to a length of 6 km and is constructed over river Damodar. The place is a picnic spot and offers a large number of adventure activities. The best time to visit is the monsoon season giving an enchanting experience.
Kalyaneshwari temple is a famous Hindu temple built by the king of Panchkot. The deity is one of the shrine from fallen body part of Goddess Parvathi. It is believed to fulfill the wishes of childless women and is surrounded by Maithan dam.
Garpanchkot is a ruined fort of the king of Kashipur located at the foothills of Panchet Hill. There are scattered ruins of many terracotta style temples around Garpanchkot. The famous is the Panchratna Temple ruins.
Pakhi Pahar draws bird watchers and rock climbing enthusiasts. The hill has been painstakingly sculpted by Mr. Chitta Dey to etch and paint Birds on the rock face. Enroute, a short trek in the jungles of Matha Forest is worth a visit.
Biharinath Hill is the tallest hill of Bankura District. The base of hill is a popular tourist spot. There is an old Shiva temple of Biharinath. This place has hills, dense forests with abundant flora and fauna, spring, water bodies and Damodar River.
Susunia Hill is a known archeological and fossil site with its lash green hill famous for rich flora, fauna and medicinal plants. The holy spring water comes out from Narshima Stone and famous for Rock climbing and camping.
Bamni Falls is located near Bareria village and is flanked by charming landscape and greenery. The sound of flowing water is all that can be heard with a full view of the creek from the watchtower give an enchanting experience.
Ajodhya Hills, is a small plateau with hilly surroundings located in the Purulia district of the state West Bengal located at an elevation of 712 m. Highest peak of Ajodhya Hills is Chamtaburu. The nearby populated town area is Bagmundi.
Joychandi Hill is located in Purulia and is major attraction for rock climbing. Standing 800 feet tall with a flight of 520 steps snaking around the boulders and ancient watchtowers would take you to the temple of Mata Chandi atop the hill.
A village in Baghmundi block of Purulia where skilled mask makers of the celebrated Chau dance resides. This quaint village in the land of red soil is located at the scenic foothills of the Ayodhya Hills, about 5 km from Baghmundi.
The Dam is located on the banks of river Barakar was developed by Damodar Valley Corporation. The dam has a picturesque landscape amidst a beautiful lake and beautiful green forests as well as boating service is available.
Bero is a small town in the district of Purulia and the Bero hills are located here. The terrain consists of 3 cliffs of which the highest one known as Swarga Bati. A large population of Monkeys are found here living in the caves.
Turga Falls is a cascading waterfall. Its water is very clear. One can see through it as if it were a piece of glass. Turga Dam is also present in this region. This place is located about 2 KM from Bagmundi.
Khairabera is a beautiful lake amidst an irrigation dam in the midst of slopes and woods at Baghmundi hills. The beauty of the place is its serenity, uneven terrain, waterfalls, streams, thick vegetation.
Very nice position. Rooms are so clean, food is so testy, staffs are well behaved, We are happy to stay there..
Sudip Sow Mondal
A very comfortable experience at this place. It offers the view of a hilltop and a lake. One can watch the sun rise and set from their rooms. Nights have clear skies where one can loiter around and look at the stars. Preferable time to visit here is in winters. Service was good, food was excellent! Not exaggerating. Overall rating 4/5
সপ্তাহান্তিক ভ্রমনের উপোভোগ্য বারুন্তিুর এক আদর্শ ঠিকানা আলুর দে বারুন্তি । ব্যবহার-ব্যবস্থাপনা অনবদ্য।
Its best place to enjoy your weekend with your family,