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“Average Place”
Review of Talseri Beach

Talseri Beach
Ranked #2 of 11 things to do in Digha
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Reviewed August 11, 2013

This place needs a bit maintenance. We took a boat ride but it was very risky. Although the water level was not high, still we had to go down to almost knee deep water to get into the boat. The place is so nice, but due to lack of maintenance, its losing its glory.

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Reviewed July 27, 2013

awesome --must visit(hire cab from digha)The beach with its tall coconut trees, palm trees and casuarina make for a beautiful sight.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.
The calm ambiance, unique receding waters and tropical weather all year round make it a popular destination for adventure seekers and those looking for solitude.

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Reviewed July 23, 2013

I have known of Talseri through articles and Odisha govt promos but it is much more beautiful than i imagines. It is not a tidal flat as Chandipur (whcih has a muddy beach) and have a good golden beach with strings of casurina tress and its local inhabitants (The Olive ridleys, Red Crabs, The bid claw crab etc). The magic of this place is because of the transformation of this place during high tide. Not far from the beach is a channel from Subarnarekha river which comes from Bihar and meets sea in a place 36 km away from Digha called Kirtiniya. In Talseri, one of Subarnarekha's channel meets the sea but ina avery faint manner however that transforms during high tide and you will witness a river between the land and the sea with a part of golden beach separating the river and the sea. During low tide one can walk across to the beach (around 500 mts) from the parking lot however during high tide, you will have to be ferried across since the water from the channel comes in and separates the beach (of the sea) from the land (Parking, shops etc). Its really unreal and best seen on full moon days. Plan your trip 3 hrs before the high-tide so that you can witness this beauty. Wonderful experience. Also one can see the red crabs as they form a carpet during this event (mostly in the evening and early morning)

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Reviewed July 9, 2013

If u r really interested in taking some good snaps go for Talshari. Its nice beach only problem of crossing a small water flow by boat, they creat a lot of trouble , u need to wait long to reach on road side...

1  Thank gat5042
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Reviewed June 2, 2013

The nature was excellent. Astronomical numbers of Big Red Crabs and tiny Black-Brownish Crabs were really amazing. My kids enjoyed behind running after them and got surprised with the speed of their hiding in the sandy beach. The ambiance of the platform where you get a boat to cross the Subarnarekha river and reach the beach (INR 10 per head - to & fro) was not good. Someone told me that one could walk and cross the river as the water is only up to waist level. But I could not try as I did not carry proper clothing for that "adventure". The vendors could not keep the place properly cleaned.
Lastly, a lot of promotion may be done from the tourism dept.

1  Thank UjjalBhakat
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