Experience The Tranquil Wilderness
A cosmic, mysterious jungle - Sundarbans is home to the Royal Bengal Tigers who rule the world’s largest mangrove. Painted by the clear blue skies, muddy terrain, and lush green waters - the impenetrable forest is named after the endangered Sundari tree. Sundarban is a portmanteau of the words Sundar (Beautiful) and Bans (Forests). It is a spectacular tangle of an astronomical jungle bordering two influential nations - India and Bangladesh.
A ruin city - Sundarbans’ history dates back to 200 - 300 AD. It was established by Chand Sadagar who also created the Baghmara forest block. Originally, the forest was a source of refuge for criminals - escaping from the Mughal Emperor - Akbar’s army.