Digha tours offer an opportunity of watching some of the foreign birds. Digha beaches are always teeming with bird watchers and nature lovers. One of the important things about Digha is that, the river Hoogly joins the Bay of Bengal at Digha. The merging point of the river is attractive. Tourists can relish here the innate music of the sound of the sea waves, which is combined with twittering of the birds. When you pass from the casuarinas groves, whistling of the wind increases the beauty of the natural rhythm of the sea waves. People get overjoyed after seeing the beautiful sunset at the end of the day at Digha. The sunset caresses its fading golden rays on the waters. The Marine Aquarium is one of the major tourist attractions at Digha. It is the biggest marine aquarium in Asia. Shankarpur fishing port is another nice visiting place near Digha.
Do not miss an opportunity of visiting the port during Digha tours. Shankarpur is known as the tourist village. Chandaneshwar is a nice tourist destination, located around six km away from Digha. Most of the tourists visit this sacred place during their Digha tours. Lord Shiva Temple is the major attraction of the town. In the month of Chaitra- a Hindu month, villagers celebrate the annual festival in the temple complex. Pilgrims from all over India and West Bengal in particular gather here to take part in the festival.