Sunderbans in West Bengal is a cluster of low-lying islands in the Bay of Bengal. It is mostly popular for the Sunderban National Park. The mangrove forested area is the natural habitat for Royal Bengal Tigers. Sunderbans tours take visitors on an exploration of the World's biggest Delta formed by the mighty Rivers Ganges and Brahmaputra. It is an UNESCO World Heritage Site inscribed since 1987.
Plan wildlife tours to Sunderbans, as the region makes it easy to spot wildlife. It’s not the usual jungle but the boat safari that makes it all the more tempting to pay a visit to Sunderbans. Sundari Trees, one of the Mangrove Variety grow in abundance here which is why the area is named Sunderbans, ‘the forest of Sundari trees’.
Apart from the Royal Bengal Tigers, it is home to a variety of bird, reptile and invertebrate species, including the salt-water crocodile. Some of the exquisite species of animals that are found in Sunderbans are Royal Bengal Tiger, Olive Ridley Turtle, Gangetic Dolphins and Estuarian Crocodile.
Open only from November to February, the national park is one of the best in India where visitors from around the globe visit booking Sunderban wildlife packages. Explore the collection of tour packages by Indian Holiday.