About Sunderbans

The name Sunderbans is perhaps derived from the term meaning 'the forest of Sundari', a reference to the large mangrove tree that provides valuable fuel. Along the coast, the southern part of the forest passes into a mangrove swamp, which has numerous wild animals and crocodile-infested estuaries. Sundarbans Tiger Reserve has the highest tiger population in the world and has also received recognition as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. 
Netidhopani Watch Tower

Netidhopani Watch Tower offers one a view of the ruins of a 400-year-old Shiva Temple. It is also believed that there is a road on the extreme right of the forest, which was built by King Pratapaditya to guard the coastal area. It is now covered with earth. There is also a sweet water pond. This watchtower has the capacity to host 20 persons at a time.
Dobanki Camp

Dobanki Camp is famous for Canopy Walk in the forest. Many believe that your trip to Sundarban will almost remain incomplete if you don't undertake a Canopy Walk through the Dobanki Watch Tower.
Sajnekhali Tiger Reserve

Sajnekhali Tiger Reserve is the centerpiece of your Sunderbans experience. This is the only place where one might safely step on the reserve proper. The complex also houses a Mangrove Interpretation Centre, a museum, a watchtower, a crocodile pond, an Olive Ridley turtles enclosure, and the Herbivore Acclimatization Centre for rehabilitating lost deer.
Hamilton’s Bunglow

Hamilton Bungalow is located in Gosaba and one of the most visited sightseeing in Sundarbans. This bungalow is formed by Sir Daniel Mackinnon Hamilton. He started the biggest cooperative society in Sundarbans.
Mangrove Interpretation Centre

Mangrove Interpretation Centre is a tree-shaded complex located at the entrance of the reserve is looked after by the forest department and has some useful information on the local ecosystem, a small turtle and crocodile hatchery, a museum of wildlife and a blackboard where the date of the last tiger-spotting is routinely updated.
Bonnie Camp

Bonnie Camp, is one of the most beautiful watchtowers in the Sundarbans. This watchtower, 50 feet high, is the highest watchtower in the Sundarbans. Like all other watchtowers of Sundarbans, there is a sweet-water pond where the wildlife of Sundarbans frequent throughout the day.
Best Time To Visit Sunderbans

The days in between the months of October and March are considered as the best time to visit the Sundarbans National Park as the weather during these days are more pleasant than any other time of the year. The winter season is the best time not only for a comfortable day trip in the dense forest but also for the better wildlife animals sighting as they come out from the dense forest and bask in the sun on the river banks. You can enjoy the boat safari in this pleasant weather and can also enjoy the various local foods that you will get while on the boat during your day safari. Apart from the winter season, visiting during the other seasons are considerably less comfortable for the Safari in Sundarbans due to one or another reason. The summer season is very uncomfortable due to the very hot weather as the temperature is very high and unbearable during the daytime. The monsoon season in Sundarbans used to witness the generous rains and the water levels of the rivers flowing through the forest get high due to which the safari in the monsoon season is a bit risky in the small boats.

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