Important Things to Know Before Visit Sundarban

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Important Things to Know Before Visit Sundarban

Sundarban, home to the world’s biggest mangrove forest and an incredible variety of plant and animal life, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and we at SONAKSHI TRAVELS couldn’t be more excited to welcome you for visit Sundarban here.

Sundarban’s Geography and Climate

The Sundarban are a large wetland area that straddles the border between India and Bangladesh and drains into the Bay of Bengal via a network of rivers, creeks, and channels. Sundarban tour experiences a generally tropical climate, with high humidity and temperature all year and a monsoon season from June to September.
Since the weather is more agreeable and wildlife sightings are more common from October to March, this is the best time to visit.

Think About Your Sundarban Travel and Lodging Needs

You can visit Sundarban by land or by sea. To reach the heart of the Sundarban by boat from the land, visitors must first drive or take a bus to one of the closest entry locations, such as Canning, Sonakhali, or Namkhana.
You can also take a gorgeous and exciting maritime journey from Kolkata or Haldia directly to the Sundarbans.

Hotels in Sundarban

Sundarban is home to a variety of hotels, guesthouses, and resorts that cater to travellers with varying budgets.
You have a variety of options that give convenience, security, and proximity to popular attractions that you may choose from based on your needs and budget.

Don’t forget the necessities, and always remember to play it safe!

Make sure you have everything you might need for your Sundarban tour, including comfortable clothes, sturdy shoes, mosquito repellant, sunscreen, caps, sunglasses, water bottles, snacks, and a first-aid kit, before setting off on your journey. The forest service has published safety recommendations that must be followed to ensure the safety of visitors, including warnings against smoking, littering, and going into the forest without a guide.

Study the Sundarbans’ unique plant and animal life

Over 6,000 plant species and 400 animal species, including the Bengal tiger, saltwater crocodile, spotted deer, wild boar, and a variety of birds, fish, and reptiles, make Sundarban famous for its distinctive biodiversity.
Sundarban is a beautiful and rich location, but to fully appreciate it, you should familiarise yourself with the local flora and fauna through reading, watching films, or talking to locals and gather knowledge as much as possible.

Take Part in Conservation Efforts That Encourage Responsible Travel

If you want to help ensure that the Sundarban is protected for future generations, you may do so by engaging in sustainable and ethical tourism. To do this, you can buy souvenirs and aid the local economy by purchasing artisanal goods, learn about and respect the local culture, lessen your impact on the environment by opting for eco-friendly products and modes of transportation, and back the conservation efforts of the forest service and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) dedicated to improving the lives of Sundarbans residents.

We hope that these basic pieces of advice will help you have a Sundarban trip that is both enjoyable and educational.

Please visit our website onSundarban Travel or get in touch with our helpful staffs to learn more about our available Sundarban tours, lodging choices, and vacation packages.

Feel free to contact us whenever you need to visit Sundarban.