Sundarbans, the land of boundless beauty and magnificent landscapes named after the ubiquitous Sundari trees which were found there in large numbers, is the largest single block of tidal halophytic mangrove forest in the world and has the honor of being a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a Biosphere Reserve. The Sunderban forest covers around 10,000 sq.km of which a major portion is in Bangladesh, while the Indian portion is estimated at around 4264 square km. The Sundarbans National Park still remains an enigma for all nature lovers who want to visit it at least once in their life time. Amitav Ghosh's "The Hungry Tide" has given it a new perspective and beckons one to visit the forests at least once.
It is also the world’s largest estuarine forest crisscrossed by hundreds of creeks and tributaries, intersected by a network of tidal waterways, small islands of salt-tolerant mangrove forests and mudflats.Apart from being a unique largest mangrove ecosystem of the world, the Sundarbans has the world’s largest deltaic mangrove forests and is also home to one of India’s most iconic wildlife species – the Royal Bengal Tiger.Formed by the confluence of the mighty rivers – the Ganges, the Brahmaputra and the Meghna – the Sunderbans are a part of the world's largest delta situated on the lower end of the Gangetic West Bengal.
We arrange varieties of package tours, birding and wildlife tours according to your requirement. You can stay at the ethnic house boats and as well as resorts as per your choice. Our trainedgovernment authorized guides will accompany you to the different creeks and canals. Please call us for more details.