Sundarbans National Park, Sundarbans, West Bengal - Wildlife sanctuary, tiger reserve

Wildlife, Scenic, Lakes, Jungle Safari, Boating, Bird Watching

Adorned as the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Sundarbans National Park is a highly acclaimed wildlife sanctuary and tiger reserve in India. Located at the place where the sea meets the land at the southern tip of West Bengal, this entire region is declared as Biospher Reserve. Home to amazing species of varied flora and fauna, it is the biggest mangrove forest in the world. Renowned for its population of rare Royal Bengal Tiger, the park also inhabits a multitude of wild animals, birds and reptiles. Some of the popular wildlife species of the sanctuary are chital, monkeys, tigers, wild boars, estuarine and marine turtle, dolphins, fishing cat, mongoose, spotted deer, wild pig, crocodile and crabs etc. An exciting cruise across the largest Estuarine delta of Sundarbans Park is indeed a firsthand experience for the visitors which will remain in their memories for lifetime.

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