Sundarban: Queen of Natural Beauty


The Sundarbans is the, world largest mangrove forest in the world, lies on the delta of the Ganges, Brahmaputra and Meghna waterways on the Bay of Bengal. It is adjoining the outskirt of India's Sundarbans World Heritage site engraved in 1987. The site is crossed by a mind boggling system of tidal conduits, mudflats and little islands of salt-tolerant mangrove timberlands, and presents a phenomenal case of continuous environmental procedures.
The main attractions of the Sunderbans are the Royal Bengal Tiger, of which the delta harbor vast reptiles like the Monitor Lizard, Estuarine Crocodile and the Olive Ridley Turtle, for which there is a protection program in the Indian stop. The Leopard, Indian Rhinoceros, Javan Rhinoceros, Swamp Deer, Hog Deer and Water Buffalo have all turned out to be locally terminated from the delta in late decades. The zone is known for its extensive variety of fauna, including 260 feathered creature species, the Bengal tiger and other undermined species, for example, the estuarine crocodile and the Indian python.
The best time to visit Sunderbans is amid winters amongst December and February.although the recreation center is open for longer from September to March. This is the period when the greatest transient feathered creatures are additionally present here.