A renowned place for tiger conservation under the Tiger Project, the serene ambiance of the Sunderbans promises to fill in you a new zeal and enthusiasm for life.
The trellis of mangroves on the shore shields an astounding array of wildlife. Estuarine crocodiles and Bengal monitors lie low in the glutinous mud, nine species of kingfishers dart about among the mangroves’ aerial roots while egrets, sandpipers, plovers and even rare lesser adjutants fastidiously keep an eye out for errant fish and crabs. Waterways are the best way to explore the deep interior of the jungle if you want to get the real essence of the natural beauty of the Sundarbans. A keen eye and some luck can reveal the rare Irrawady dolphin in the waters while predators like fish eagles scan the skies.
Go here to experience a very unique ecosystem and lifestyle that is completely dependent on nature. Visit a village, pick up some local handicrafts or pure forest honey, enjoy the campfires and local dance and music performance, sleep on a hammock, and unwind completely.