If you’re planning a trip to the Sundarbans, you won’t want to miss some of the most iconic sights in this majestic national park. Here are the top five must-see sights in the Sundarbans, and tips on how to experience them with Sundarban Eco Trip:
Royal Bengal Tiger: The Sundarbans is home to the Royal Bengal Tiger, one of the most endangered species on earth. Visitors can see these majestic creatures in their natural habitat with the help of Sundarban Eco Trip’s expert guides, who know the best spots for tiger sightings.
Mangrove Forests: The Sundarbans is the largest contiguous mangrove forest in the world, and is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Visitors can explore the dense, tangled mangrove forests on foot or by boat with Sundarban Eco Trip’s knowledgeable guides.
Birdwatching: The Sundarbans is a birdwatcher’s paradise, with over 200 bird species found within the park. Sundarban Eco Trip offers birdwatching tours that take visitors to the best spots to see a variety of bird species, including herons, egrets, kingfishers, and more.
Crocodile Sanctuary: The Sundarbans is home to the largest estuarine crocodile population in the world. Visitors can see these prehistoric creatures up close at the Bhagabatpur Crocodile Sanctuary, which is accessible via boat with Sundarban Eco Trip.
Sundarban Villages: The Sundarbans is also home to several small villages, where visitors can experience the local culture and way of life. Sundarban Eco Trip offers tours to some of these villages, where visitors can meet the friendly locals, try the local cuisine, and learn about the region’s history and traditions.
No matter which of these top sights you choose to explore, Sundarban Eco Trip can help you experience the Sundarbans in a safe, sustainable, and unforgettable way.