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Sunderbans National Park - A Paradise for Birdwatchers & Wildlife Lovers

     True to its name, Sunderbans National Park is wildlife revered for its lush greenery and the Royal Bengal Tigers. It is undoubtedly the largest Tiger Reserve in India and has been listed as a World Natural Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985. The Sunderbans covers approximately 4264Km in India itself. A paradise for birdwatchers and wildlife lovers, this national park features a wild range of rare animals such as Mangrove Pitta, Mangrove Whistler, and the Masked Finfoot.

The Sunderbans is an integral part of the world?s largest delta that has been formed by the combination three mighty rivers namely: Brahmaputra, Ganges and Meghna. This national park also happens to be world?s largest estuarine forest. There are hundreds of creeks and tributaries to various rivers criss-crossing this national park. If you love being surrounded by the beauty of nature, then you should not miss out visiting this national park.

Wildlife of Sunderbans:
This national park houses approximately 250 tigers. Over the years, the Bengal Tigers have been able to adapt themselves extremely well to the aqua environs and saline of this area. It is interesting to note that the Royal Bengal Tigers are great swimmers and they can swim at a great speed. As you step into the realms of Sunderbans National Park, you might be left awe-stuck after seeing animals such as rhesus monkey and chital deer. You can always find some crocodiles resting across the mud banks. It?s always advisable to let them rest peacefully. The Sunderbans features an incredible range of reptiles such as rock python, water monitor and King Cobra. On the Mechua beach, you can see Batagur baska.
Flora at Sunderbans: This national park is famous for its rich floral beauty that offers visitors with a soothing environment. You can find a wide range of plant species, mangrove forest and tall grasses in abundance. Some floral kinds easily found in this national park are Dhundal, Kankra, Khalsi, Phoenix Paludosa, Sonneratia Apetala, Sundari, Goran etc.

Best time to visit Sunderbans:
Sunderbans is open for tourists from October to March. During winter season, you would anyways not get hot and humid climate, as it is the case with this place during remaining part of year. The best time for visiting this place is between December & February.

Accommodations in Sunderbans:
Getting an accommodation isn?t a big issue because you can find loads of hotels & resorts in Sunderbans. With some proper research, you can shortlist a bunch of Sunderbans resorts offering great deals. You can consider booking a room well in advance to avoid hassles.

A word of caution: As with the rest of tropical Asia, this national park features mosquito borne diseases such as Dengue and Malaria. These diseases can be a great risk during wet season. While stepping into this national park, you should always carry mosquito repellants and medicine for these diseases. You should always move in this national park with a guide. Carrying a guide along would make your trip enjoyable and easier.

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