Sundarbans National Park
Sundarbans National Park in India is considered an extensive mangrove forest globally. It also counts as a UNESCO World Heritage site. If you haven’t seen the Bengal tiger and other rare species.
This is the ideal time to plan a tour of Sundarbans National Park. It contains around 10,000 sq: kilometers and has spread between India and Bangladesh. Although, more than 34% of this national park falls in India.
This national park is famous for Royal Bengal Tigers and many other lovely animals. It is also a part of the world’s most enormous deltas formed by the Ganga, Meghna, and Brahmaputra rivers.
It is in the lower part of West Bengal, and it has many tribal communities that live here. This marvelous charm of nature offers a quiet and calm touring environment.
Along with this, many people consider it one of the most beautiful forests as tons of things attract your eyes. In this park, there are creeks and vast estuarine mouths of rivers.
Here are canals where you can have a picnic with your family or friends. This national park has existed since 4th May 1984; it used to accept as Wildlife Sanctuary in 1977.
This Sundarbans Tiger Reserve was mainly for saving the Royal Bengal Tigers. Because these tigers were getting less in their population.
In this forest, there are other creatures like Flying Fox, Chital, and Batagur Baska. You can also see Olive Ridley, Giant Lizard, Boar, Goose, Ducks, and many other species.
Along with these, you can also find clean rivers to swim in and go fishing for fun. There are more than 64 Mangrove trees, and Garjan, Kankra, Sundari are some of them. T
here are hundreds of excellent viewpoints where you will love to stay and spend some valuable time. Thus, if you want to visit this paradise of beautiful land. So, make sure to have a Sunderban National Park Safari from Wildlife Safari.
- Best time to visit: October to April
- Safari duration:4 hours and 8 hours
- Sundarbans ecotourism charges:INR 2600 per person