Sunderban National Park, West Bengal

    Sundarbans has the largest mangrove forest in the world with a large number of Royal Bengal Tigers. Wetland to marine organisms has 78 species of mangroves as recorded across the forest. Sundarbans covers an area of around 10,000km2 in the delta of Ganges and lies on the south-east of Kolkata and borders the Bay of Bengal.

    Contact Details

    Email: abc[at]email[dot]com

    Address: 3rd Floor, Dummy Building, Dummy Road, Dummy Nagar, Kolkata, West Bengal.

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    How to Reach

    By Air

    Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Airport at Kolkata is the nearest airport to Sundarban. Both domestic as well as international tourists can disembark here to reach Sundarban.

    By Train

    Canning is the nearest railway station to the Sundarban. Local trains run from Sealdah Station throughout the day.

    By Road

    The tourists need to first reach Kolkata and then they can travel on a bus from Esplanade (Kolkata) or Howrah.


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