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Subarnarekha River

Digha

14.0/5(11 Ratings)

Subarnarekha River Overview

Ranked 6 of 12 sightseeing in Digha

The Subarnarekha River drains into the Bay of Bengal some 12 km from Digha, near the Bengal-Orissa border.  A long beach along the Udaypur village leads to the meeting point of Subarnarekha River and the sea. Tourists can take a walk along this beach or rent a car along the highway to reach the confluence of the river with the sea.

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What travellers are saying about Subarnarekha River

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  • Very Good 2
  • Good 1
  • Excellent 1
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  • Best Time: During DayLength of visit: 1-2hrs
  • Length of visit: 2-3hrsBest Time: During Day
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  • Camera/Video allowedCamera/Video allowed
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Reviews and Ratings

Amit Ghosh

Amit Ghosh3.9/5

581 reviews

Where the river meets the sea

Subarnarekha River meets the Bay of Bengal in Odisha. It can be reached from Digha via Udaipur village near the Udaipur beach. It is less than 10 kilometers from Digha, The confluence of the river is beautiful.

Rahul Bachar

Rahul Bachar5.0/5

15 reviews

Water of this river is almost like distilled water

Subarnarekha River is a very beautiful river in India. The water of Subarnarekha River is almost distilled water. The prominent tributaries of the Subarnarekha are Kharkai, Roro, Kanchi, Harmu Nadi, Damra, Karru, Chinguru, Karakari, Gurma, Garra, Singaduba, Kodia, Dulunga and Khaijori.

Amit raj

Amit raj4.3/5

5 reviews

A beautiful place

The Subarnarekha River looks very beautiful. You can reach there by hiring an auto or a taxi. Within 20 min travelling distance from new Digha.

Abhijit Gupta

Abhijit Gupta3.2/5

284 reviews

The river meeting Bay of Bengal is a new tourist point

A few kilometres away around 10-12 km away from Digha there is a point where the river Subarnarekha meets Bay Of Bengal has arisen as a new tourist destination near Digha.

Timir Mahanty

Timir Mahanty3.9/5

8 reviews

Calm place

Its very nice place nature is very beautiful, lonely and serene place, must visit.

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