Tiger resting at Sundarbans National Park, West Bengal, India
The Sundarbans also a Tiger Reserve is home to the Royal Bengal Tigers that have developed a distinctive characteristic of swimming in saline waters and can be seen sunbathing in the cooler months between November and February.
Apart from the Bengal tiger Sundarbans National Park has fishing cats, leopard cats, macaques, wild boars, Indian grey mongoose, foxes, jungle cats, flying foxes, and chital.
Sundarbans National Park is recognized as World Heritage Site by UNESCO and a tour to Sundarbans is an experience of a lifetime. How to reach Sundarbans National Park?