Sundarbans stretch 80 km into the hinterland of India and Bangladesh from the coastal part. It is more than just a majestic, magnificent mangrove. It is also land of the last standing omnipotent jungles. Majority of the area is covered in marsh and water. It was endowed as a wildlife sanctuary in 1966 and currently houses 400 majestic tigers. It is also home to more than 260 species of birds, 120 species of fish, 8 species of amphibians and 50 species of reptiles. The only population of Salt-water Crocodiles or Estuaries are supported by the monumental Sundarbans!
Escape from the chaos of city jungle to the solitary wilderness of the world’s largest mangrove - Sundarbans. Home to the Royal Bengal Tiger, and the only place on Earth with the largest concentration of the fiery beast. The river-riddled swamp, mist-blanketed, sculpted with an off-the-beaten-path and dribbled with shifting tides is a remotely situated, mostly inhabited wild terrain. Designed by Nature with a network of semi-submerged mangroves and channels - Sundarban is the largest river delta in the world. It is a World Heritage Site intensified by its abutting ecosystem.