WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF SUNDARBAN FOREST (THE HOME OF ROYAL BENGAL TIGER)
The Sundarbans is a deep forest, and it is not possible to enter this deep forest. so the tourists are made to travel to this Sundarbans by river route via boat. With about 10,000 sq km spread, this Sundarbans is 60% in Bangladesh and 40% in India. There are about 102 islands of Sundarbans out of which 54 are inhabited by people. such as Pakhiralay, Dayapur, and many more. and 48 islands covered in deep forest. such as sajhnekhali, Do – Banki, Bonnie Camp,Kalashdeep,Burirdabri, and many more. For all tourists visiting Sundarbans, accommodation is available at Pakhiralay or dayapur. The deep forests of the Sundarbans begin after the pakhiralay, where it is not possible for any human to enter directly, So Sundarbans are visited by boat by river. A beautiful form of the Sundarbans nature is seen in many types of fauna, such as crocodile tortoise deer monitor snake large size birds and the most attractive tiger whom we all know as the Royal Bengal Tiger.
SOME INFORMATION ABOUT PEOPLE LIVING IN SUNDARBANS
Of the 102 islands of Sundarbans, about 54 island are inhabited by the people. Of these, Pakhiralaya and Dayapur are very attractive. It takes about a day to reach Kolkata from this Pakhiralay, so it is not possible for everyone to work in the city, so the people here have to rely on the forest of Sundarbans. They catch fish and crabs of small river Sundarbans and then sell these fish and crabs in the city to make money and earn their living with that money. The people here are also used as a guide to the Sundarbans and from here they can earn a little. In a word it can be said that the people living in the Sundarbans depend on the tourists coming to this Sundarbans.
SOME INFORMATION ABOUT FOLK DANCE IN SUNDARBANS
As the men of the family who live in the sundarbans work all day, the women here prove to themselves that they can do much more for the family and the women here come together to dance and entertain every tourist who comes here.And we call it Folk Dance, they get a little money from the tourists to sing this dance. This folk dance is very attractive to the tourists coming to the Sundarbans.
TRAVEL THE SUNDARBAN NATIONAL PARK THROUGH OUR COMPANY
We want to tell you directly how you will come to the Sundarbans
First day you have to come to Kolkata and from there our company worker will pick you up and bring you to Sonakhali via AC Transport then you will be given breakfast. After breakfast you will start your Sundarbans journey through the boat on the river. After completing the first day travel route. We will night stay for the at an island called Pakhiralay.
Second day After breakfast the morning, we started the Sundarbans again via the houseboat on the river.The second day is much more available than the first day,Because of this, we move to some inner area of the Sundarbans where tigers are more likely to be seen, and this is done with caution so that tourists will not have any problems.That way, after completing our second day’s itinerary, we returned to the pakhiralay, where we spent the first day and night.
On the third day we started our Sundarbans likewise and after completing the all day SUNDARBAN TOUR the tourists were taken to Sonakhali and from there they were taken to Kolkata by AC transport.
Special Attraction in Sundarban trip
1 Night stay at jungle side resort
2 Wildlife attraction
3 Visit watch tower & forest with trained guides.
4 Jhumur dance(local folk dance)
- Package rate may change on holiday season (Nov – Jan)
- There are no hidden costs.
- Individual still / Video Camera Charges Extra.
- You must carry valid photo identity proof during travel.
- Also carry specific medicines if you need.
- Food : AP Type : Breakfast, Lunch, Evening Snack, Dinner Tea / coffee
- Permission of jungle authority, Educated Guide, Luxury car and Boat trip to one of the biggest mangrove forest.
- Our Standard Journey Starts from specific point : Kolkata or Airport
- Obey the rules of Guide and Tour Manager.
- Maintain peace and cleanliness of the Jungle & River
- Itinerary may change without any prior notification