This is also known as Sundarban Delta, Bengal Delta and Ganges-Brahmaputra Delta. It is India’s largest delta and is formed by three rivers Ganga, Brahmaputra and Meghna. It covers an area of 4262 km in India. It is listed in UNESCO world heritages. It has a rich wildlife and a unique ecosystem. It is home to endangered Royal Bengal Tiger, Indian python, clouded leopard, Indian Elephant, Crocodiles, Fishing Cats, Wild boars, Jungle Cats, Flying Foxes, Pangolins, Spotted Dears and many more animals.
These are located on Mandovi River in Goa and can be reached by train via castle rock station. Visitors can enjoy the natural view. A couple of pools are there for the visitors to swim in. From a distance, this waterfall looks like milk stream flowing down the mountains.
A huge network of waterways and thousands of houseboats. Mirror like backwaters, alluring beaches, glittering canals, and everywhere greenery are the specialties of this county in God’s own country. This place is known for its Ayurveda massages and spas. A big number of spas have emerged in the area and majorly use the herbs as the ingredient.