India Wildlife Traveling places

India Wildlife Traveling places

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Indian wildlife turism Package:
Sunderban Safary
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Indiat is gloriously rich in its amazing variety of wildlife, from insects to majestic elephant herds that make India is a veritable animal lover's paradise. India's diverse wildlife base is the second largest in the world.
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Day 1 :
Pick up from Paroma Island near Science City morning 07.30 hrs. and proceed to sunderban . Around 13.00 hrs. reached at resort .After buffet Lunch visit Sajnekhali Tiger project At Evening serve Snacks and enjoy local cultural program by local artist. Buffet Dinner and Night stay atresort.

Day 2 :
Enjoy Bed tea. At 7:30 after Breakfast .sightseeing Sudhanyakhali project area. Back to resort for lunch . At 12.00 Check out for 1 night/2days package and continued sight seeing for 2 nights / 3 days package.

Day 3 :
After breakfast visit local Village and after Lunch proceed to Kolkata via Sonakhali. Drop at Science City around 7.00pm.
Package Includes :

Bon fire
Buffet Menu (Breakfast, Lunch, Evening Snacks, Dinner and Tea or Coffee)
All Transport from Science city , modern motor boat. .
Deluxe Accommodation Twin sharing basis in Banani / Tiger view point resort , well equipped with all modern amenities .
Evening cultural programme

Indian Wildlife turism places:

Paroma Island near Science City:


Sonakhali is a city in the State of West Bengal. The closest tourism destination to Sonakhali is Barasat. Other close by tourism destinations include Shankarpur, Hooghly and Howrah. The nearest major railway station to Sonakhali is Barasat (BT) which is at a distance of 11.5 kilometres. The nearest airport is at Kolkata which is at a distance of 28 kilometres.

Sunderban Tiger Tour
 Sunderbanpackage tour view Unlike other wildlife parks, where roads, jeeps & guides provide a semblance of control, here visitors will find themselves holding their breath and stiffening to a state of alertness as their boats glides through the creeks and rivulets, bordered with primeval mangrove forest sheltering the most unimaginable dangers in its impenetrable undergrowth. A unique region where there are no borders to divide fresh & saline water, river and sea.

Sunderban is characterised by the sundari trees that give the mangrove their name. These trees hold together the small islands of mud, on which they grow, with their roots. Nevertheless, with each incoming tide, the greyish brown silt looses itself to water seamlessly.

Sunderban, the world's largest estuarine forest and delta covered by mangrove forests and vast saline mud flats is situated on the lower end of Gangetic West Bengal.  A land of 54 tiny islands, criss-crossed by innumerable tributaries of the Ganges that was once infested by Arakanese and Portuguese pirates is now the abode of varied flora & fauna population.

 If you carry little luck may experience a salt water crocodile sunning itself in the mud; a flash in the corner of your eye could be deer running into the forests. Most famously, however, this protected area is home to the Royal Bengal tiger, which is known here to attack human-being. There are strategically placed watch towers from which, fortunate travellers may chance to observe the regal beast in its natural surroundings, a thrill that can only be experience firsthand. Incidentally, these watch towers may be reached only through corridors covered in protective net fencing.

 Sunderbanpackage tour view 1Sunderban, the largest delta in the world, consists of 10,200 sq km of mangrove forest, spread over India (4200 sq km of Reserved Forest ) and Bangladesh (6000 sq km approx of Reserved Forest ) and is also the largest mangrove forest in the world.  Another 5400 sq km of non-forest, inhabited region in India, lies along the north and north-western fringes of mangrove forest.  Hence, the total area of Sunderban region in India is 9600 sq km which constitutes the Sunderban Biosphere Reserve.  Indian Sunderban is bound on the west by river Muriganga and on the east by rivers Harinbhahga and Raimangal. Other major rivers flowing through this eco-system are Saptamukhi, Thakurain Matla and Gosaba.
*Uniqueness of Sundarban Forest
*Importance of Sunderban Ecosystem
* Topography and Soil
* Climate and rainfall
Tiger Census
People of the Sunderban

sightseeing Sudhanyakhali project area:

Sudhanyakhali watch tower is one of the important spot in sundarban. Sudhanyakhali Watchtower situated in Sundarbans National Park in West Bengal state of India. Sundarbans, the biggest mangrove forest in the country spreads over 10, 200 sq. km and is a World Heritage Site.

The Sundarbans National Park is considered as the world’s largest delta and the unique feature about this place is the Tiger Reserve where you get to see a number of Royal Bengal tigers (Panthera tigris tigris). This particular video shows the watchtower and the enclosings inside the park. Tourists often visit this scenic spot and they enjoy the view a lot.

Kolkata via Sonakhali:



Kolkata is the capital of the Indian state of West Bengal. It is also the commercial capital of East India, located on the east bank of the Hooghly River. The city of Kolkata has 4.5 million residents, and the metropolitan area, including suburbs, has a population of approximately 15.7 million, making it the third most populous metropolitan area in India and the 13th most populous urban area in the world. The city is also classified as the eighth largest urban agglomeration in the world.

Kolkata was the capital of India during British emperor. The city's documented history, however, begins with the arrival of the British East India Company in 1690, when the Company was consolidating its trade business in Bengal. Job Charnock, an administrator with the company was traditionally credited as the founder of the city. In 2003 high court order states that the city should not have a specific founder. While the city's name was always pronounced "Kolkata" in the local Bengali language, its official English name was changed from "Calcutta" to "Kolkata" in 2001, reflecting the Bengali pronunciation. Some view this as a move to erase the legacy of British rule.

Attractions & Activities
NANDAN: Nandan is a government sponsored centre in Calcutta, India for facilitating film awareness and includes a few comparatively large screens housed in an impressive building. It shares its site with the Rabindra Sadan cultural centre. The complex, besides being a modern cinema and cultural complex, is a popular hang-out for the young and the aged.

Commemorating the glorious heritage of the Film Society movement, the Government of West Bengal created Nandan the West Bengal Film Centre in 1985. Inaugurated by Satyajit Ray, the centre started functioning from the year of its genesis. He designed the logo for the complex as well. It has astounded countless film lovers of all over the world because of its marvelous hanging architecture. Nandan is the symbol of art and culture in the city which is termed as the Cultural Capital of India.

JORASHANKO THAKURBARI: The rambling Thakurbari was built in the 18th century by Dwarkanath Tagore, the grandfather of Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore. This is also the place where Rabindranath was born and passed away. The Thakurbari has mostly been converted into a museum now. The Rabindra Bharati University is also situated inside this complex.

The Sunderbans is an estuarine mangrove forest turned into a tiger reserve. For a real wild holiday, there is little to beat the myriad charms of the Sunderbans. The wildlife in Sunderbans includes, other than the Royal Bengal Tiger, Barking Deer and Spotted Deer, Monkeys, Civet Cats, Monitor Lizards and Otters. You can also spot aquatic wildlife such as Olive Ridley Turtles, Estuarine Crocodiles, River Terrapins, Gangetic Dolphins, Black Finless Porpoises, Catfish, Mudskippers, Crabs, Shrimps and Lobsters in the Sunderbans. If you are looking for an unusual destination, look no further than the Sunderbans. Sunderbans is only accessible by waterways. Nearest station is Port Canning from where organized group trips start. The other route is through Basanti which is connected by bus service to Kolkata. From here one can take boats to Sajnekhali. One can also come via Port Canning and Gosaba or from Sonakhali to Sajnekhali. Click here for more details.

Diamond Harbour
The holiday destination of Diamond Harbour is at a distance of 48 kilometers from Kolkata in the southern direction. Diamond Harbour was named so, by the British. Earlier the spot was known as Hajipur. The Harbour is a point where, the river Hooghly turns towards the south into the Bay of Bengal.

Bakkhali is a quiet sea beach only 132 km from Kolkata. From Kolkata to
Namkhana by bus (105 km.), then across the Hatania Doania river, by ferry and then another hour and a half bus journey will take one to Bakkhali. En-route, there is Diamond Harbour (48 km from Kolkata) where there is a comfortable Tourist Lodge for staying.

Kakdwip, an important junction for water transport in South 24 Parganas District, is 91 km from Kolkata and 43 km from Diamond Harbour. The river Ganges spreads wide here. The place is of historical importance, for it served as the centre of the great Te-bhaga rebellion of undivided Bengal.

Sagardwip, 128 kms away from Kolkata presents an ideal repose for a quiet weekend. A small island in the Sunderbans, Sagardwip is bequeathed with a quiet charm amidst the completely unspoilt and silvery beach on the estuary of the mighty Ganga. It has a lighthouse that offers you a panoramic view of the surroundings. Quite a hot spot for Hindu pilgrimage, Sagardwip throngs with pilgrims during Makar Sankranti in mid January.


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