Many know that the Sundarbans is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is famous for covering of one-third area of Indian state of West Bengal and two-third area Bangladesh. They happen to be the worlds largest mangrove forest 140,000 ha located on the delta of the Ganges, Brahmaputra and Meghna rivers on the Bay of Bengal.Sundarbans East, West & South are three best preserved forests, and beautifully accommodates the Bengal Tiger. The Sundarbans region is also popular for its assorted fauna, containing 260 bird species local and migratory and other dreadful species like the Indian python & the estuarine crocodile. The area has been d as a wildlife sanctuary to den approximately 30,000 deer, 400 Royal Bengal Tiger as well as sea gypsy fishing families who learn techniques of catch fishing. The Sundarbans literally means the beautiful forest in Bengali language. It is intersected by series of branches and rivers creating swampy lands, and interspersed by small islands of salt tolerant mangrove forests. Further, to enjoy more wonders of nature you have 334 plant species, mammals and reptiles. Some added attractions of the age-old Sundarbans include boating inside the forest, honey-collectors. monkeys, Hiron Point, wood-cutters & Katka for tiger. It is good for you to know that state government is also taking mandatory steps to promote eco-tourism here. Consequently, construction has been banned in this area. Nevertheless, the Sunderbans National Park also deserves your presence here as it caters to the all needs that underline wildlife photography.