Mukutmanipur a quaint serene place, Jhilimili and 2 kilometers away Bangopalpur Reserve Forest are the major tourist attractions.
It is home to the world’s reportedly longest (10.8 Kilometers) manmade mud-banked barrage for irrigation. Far from the Himalayas the district of Bankura, is in the west of the state bordering Bihar. The region falls under the extended Chhotonagpur Plateau zone, which provides the beauty of nature in an extreme weather belt. Mukutmanipur in Bankura, 250 kilometers from Kolkata with laterite enriched red soil supports the vegetation of the hardy trees like Sal. The extensive Sal forest in the rolling hills of South Bengal is the exclusive beauty of this region. Staying amidst the forest of the Sal you take a look at the Kansabati Dam, Banpukuria, Ranibandh, and Mathgoda. The Dam site will provides some excellent picnic spots. This is a ideal place for holding corporate meeting with a difference.