Sundarbans India - India Vacation Packages
Enjoy a boat ride to explore numerous wildlife species of Sudarbans National Park India. Plan your tour to Sundarbans India, which is truly an undiscovered paradise.
Sprawling over an area of 4264 sq km, Sundarbans National Park forms the largest National Park and Tiger Reserve in India. Sundarbans Park is a long stretch of impenetrable mangrove forest of huge size, that lies on a point where land meets sea, at the southern part of West Bengal. It is truly undiscovered paradise, offering many surprises for the visitors. It is the richest biosphere reserves in Indian subcontinent.
Sundarbans India are a part of the world's largest delta formed by the holy rivers Ganges, Brahmaputra and Meghna. It holds pride in being world's largest estuarine forest and is declared as World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The park is a great delight for holiday makers seeking utmost tranquility in laps of divine nature.
Fauna of Sundarbans India
The adventurous wild land of Sundarbans National Park is homeland to numerous fauna species. Cool aqua environs suits the wildlife such as Tigers, Royal Bengal Tigers, Chital Deer, Barking Deer, Rhesus Monkey, Wild Boars, Macaques, Jungle Cats, Foxes, Grey Mongoose, King Cobra, Rock Python, Fishing Cats and many more. Get thrilled by spotting several aquatic animals species, which are inhabitants of this park such as crocodiles, Hermit Crabs, Red Fiddler Crab, peacock soft-shelled turtle, Indian Flap-shelled turtle, water monitor, Yellow Monitor and variety of colorful fishes.
Flora of Sundarbans India
Sundarbans National Park is a dream destinations for nature lovers. The natural panorama of mesmerizing surroundings during the month of April and May is worth seeing. Khalsi's yellow flowers, Genwa's red flowers and the Kankara's crab-like flowers can be seen in full bloom. Major trees and plants found in the Sundarbans includes Goran, Genwa, Dhundal, Passur, Kankra and Sundari.
Boat Ride at Sundarbans India
The entire place in Sundarbans National Park is a network of river tributaries, therefore boat ride is the best way to explore the remote areas of the park.
Best time to visit Sundarbans India
Best to time to plan your Sundarbans tour is from November to February.
How to reach Sundarbans India
By Air: The closest airport from Sundarbans National Park is Dum Dum airport at Kolkatta.
By Rail: Canning is the nearest railhead from Sundarbans National Park.
By Road: Buses ply from Kolkatta to Sonakhali or Basunti. As Sundarbans is accessible only by riverrine waterways, travelers can hire boat from there to reach the desired destinations.