Sundarban

Sundarban

These emerald islands have their own charm to mesmerize the sight of the photographers as they travel the serene jungles of sundarbans. Sundarban reserved forest is a vast remote land mass, at the southern end of west Bengal province in India , criss-crossed with hundreds of river's, creeks and tidal channels of the Bay of Bengal .the estuarine forest is distributed over 54 islands. Sundarban, the largest delta and the largest mangrove forest in the world, consists of 10200sq .km of mangrove forest, spread over the India (4200 sq km reserved forest) and Bangladesh(6000 sq .km of reserved forest).

In India 9600 sq.km area ,is known as sundarban or sundarban biosphere reserve (S B R ) .consists of 4200 sq km reserved mangrove forest and along its north and north western triage 5400 sq km of non forest inhabited ,54 islands are forest ,52 islands are inhabited. It would be an adventure jungle tour with a chance to witnesss the 84 species of mangrove trees” Royal Bengal Tiger” different species of birds,salt water crocodiles,water monitor lizard,spotted deers, Gangetic and Irrawdy Dolphins and many other wild animals a place which will make you nostalgic and will give you a memory to cherich for the lifetime….The most difficult part is to write the home page. Well we have to start somewhere.

Since sundarban is what you are looking for, let’s start with it! We are not going to indulge ourselves into the arithmetic of how many animals, birds, reptiles or trees exists there, or that it is one of the biggest mangrove expanses and that it forms the biggest deltas of the world. You can find all these details in the wikipedia, so it’s no point repeating ourselves once again. Rather we would like to speak about some of the details which are seldom spoken of. A native of Sundarban would not utter the word “tiger” but prefer to call it “uncle”, just for the sheer fact that “taking the name of a tiger, is synonymous to calling the tiger. Few researchers believe that as high as 80% of the Royal Bengal Tigers are born Man-Eaters.

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