past present and future
True to its name, Sunderbans National Park is wildlife revered because of its lush greenery along with the Royal Bengal Tigers. It is undoubtedly the largest Tiger Reserve in India and it has been listed as being a World Natural Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985. The Sunderbans covers approximately 4264Km in India itself. A paradise for birdwatchers and wildlife lovers, this national park includes a wild selection of rare animals for example Mangrove Pitta, Mangrove Whistler, and also the Masked Finfoot.