Sunderbans Wildlife Sanctuary

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The Ganges River has innumerable mouths that form the world's largest delta. The Sunderbans Wildlife Reserve covers 2585 km² of mangrove swamps in this delta. The park includes one of the largest tiger populations in India and is designated a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO. Apart from some 300 tigers, there are also monkeys, spotted deer, wild pigs and numerous bird species in the park. The Sunderbans Wildlife Sanctuary is an excellent place to visit if you want some peace and quiet after spending several days in India's frenetic cities.

Tours to the park can be arranged in Kolkata (Calcutta) and the journey there invoves local boats and cycle-rickshaws and is fun.


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