Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Sunderbans National Park: Enjoy the Wild Beauty

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Sunderbans is a vast area amassing over an approximate area of 4264 sq. km in India alone. The Indian Sunderbans forms the largest Tiger Reserve & National Park in India. A heavenly destination for birdwatchers, the list also includes rarities as the Masked Finfoot, Mangrove Pitta and the Mangrove Whistler.
Widely renowned for being the world’s largest delta formed by the mighty river Ganges, Brahmaputra & Meghna. The Sunderbans is situated at the lower end of the Gangetic West Bengal. It is interesting to note that it is also the world’s largest estuarine forest. This region is criss-crossed by a plethora of creeks and tributaries. Listed amongst the most attractive and alluring places on Earth, Sunderbans is truly a paradise for nature lovers.

Wildlife of Sunderbans:
Home to over 250 tigers, the Sunderbans has gradually turned into a safe haven for tigers. The Bengal Tigers who have now become the key attraction of this park have adapted the environment of the Sunderbans. Interestingly, the Bengal Tigers living in this sanctuary are now become exceptional swimmers.

Although you can visit Sunderbans National Park at any point of time, but the best time to visit this park is between September and February. The Sunderbans climate is pleasant throughout the year, but if you are planning to visit this destination during the peak season, then you might have to prepare in advance. In order to ensure a comfortable and hassle free trip, you can consider booking a room in one of the best resorts in Sunderbans, United-21 Resort, Sunderbans, before reaching there. You can also check our Sunderbans hotel rates in order to ensure that you don’t have to spend excessively on the accommodation.

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Sunderbans: Experience the Divine Natural Beauty in the Wild

Sunderbans, 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. Criss-crossed by innumerable river Ganges tributaries, this region has now become a safe destination for flora and fauna population. Muriganga on the west and Haribhahga and Rajmangal on the east surround the Sunderbans. Few other major rivers flowing through this region include Gosaba, Saptamukhi and Thakurain Matla.
Unlike other wildlife parks, where it’s extremely easy to travel from one end to another because there are roads and access to vehicle, here these things are missing. In Sunderbans, the visitors sit still, holding their breaths, as the boat glides through the creeks and rivulets, bordered with primeval mangrove forest sheltering some of the most unbelievable dangers in its undergrowth.
If you are lucky, then you might catch a glimpse of salt water crocodile sunbathing in the mud. A flash in the corner of your eye might be running into the wild. This protected area is immensely popular for being home to many Royal Bengal Tigers. The strategically placed watch towers allow you to observe wild animals including the royal beast in their natural surroundings. It is a thrill, which can’t be experienced when you watch wild animals in cage. Interestingly, these watch towers can only be reached through corridors covered in protective net fencing.

When it comes to accommodation, you wouldn’t face hiccups during the search because United-21 Sunderbans is one of the best resorts in Sunderbans. We keep a check on Sunderbans hotel rates for offering reasonable pricing to customers. If you are looking out for budget hotels in Sunderbans, then we are definitely going to fit the bill. Our top most priority is always to offer you with high-end services that meet your expectations.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Greetings on 65th Republic day of India from United-21 Resort, Sunderbans

India has seen immense technological advancements since its freedom from the British rule. However, India got its recognition as a republic after 3 years of consistent initiatives to bring the world’s biggest written constitution in power. It was a historic event which took place on 26th January, 1950. Today, India comes in the league of rapidly developing nations prepared to break into the superpower league.
This is one of the aspects of Indian citizens that attract millions of tourists from different parts of world year after year. The travel & tourism industry of our country has seen an upward rise during the past few decades. This industry has been able to offer employment opportunity to a plethora of young men & women. We are privileged to be citizens of this great country. More importantly, we are glad to be part of an industry which has been serving visitors from different countries and ensuring that they have a beautiful stay in India. We are absolutely convinced that nobody can be perfect, but this doesn’t stop us to improve on a regular basis. We continuously strive towards maximum customer satisfaction.

United-21 Resort, Sunderbans wishes you a joyous Republic Day.

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

A Trip to Sajnekhali Watch Tower at Sunderbans

Sajnekhali Watch Tower is one of the most popular watchtowers in Sunderbans. It is situated at a close proximity of most resorts in Sunderbans. It is also used as the head office of the Forest Department. You would have to take prior permission from the forest department in order to enter the premises of Sunderbans National Park. This watch town can bear approximately 20 individuals at a time. There is also a Mangrove Interpretation Centre, a Bono Bibi Temple as well as a Crocodile Park in the Sajnekhali watchtower complex.

The best aspect of this watch tower is that it offers you with an opportunity to view wildlife from close quarters. In fact, this Tiger reserve is a heaven for bird lovers because different types of bird species can be found here. Kingfisher is one of the most popular bird species in Sunderbans.

There are many more attractions in & around Sunderbans worth visiting. But, on your visit to this place, you should also research about your stay in Sunderbans. There are many hotels & resorts in this region, so choosing the best in the lot might be difficult. But, if you are clear about your requirements beforehand, then the search can get easier and you can have a comfortable stay in Sunderbans.

Thursday, December 25, 2014

Have a Joyous Christmas at United-21 Resort, Sunderbans

Sunderbans is a unique wildlife area, which is spread over a vast region and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It has a dense cover of mangrove forests and has a sizeable population of Bengal tigers. Many tourists visit this place to explore its unique flora and fauna. People, who are planning a trip to Sunderbans with their entire family, usually prefer to tour this region when their children are having a long vacation.
Wish you Merry Christmas
Christmas is one of those times of the year when most of the schools and colleges are closed for a week. This gives students the opportunity to have a great time with their friends and relatives. As Christmas is one of the major festivals in India, grand celebrations can be witnessed in many parts of the country. People belonging to other communities also join the Christians in celebrating this festive occasion with great fervour.

If you are looking out for some of the most unusual locations to spend your Christmas vacation, Sunderbans would be among the best ones. Booking an accommodation in United-21 Resort, Sunderbans would not only provide you with a comfortable stay, but also give you the chance to visit the extraordinary wildlife reserve with your family. We invite you to have a joyous Christmas vacation with us.

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Sunderbans: Enticing Part of West Bengal Tourism

Sunderbans, around 115 km from Kolkata, is a unique destination stuffed with beautiful landscapes, islands and an area covered with thick mangrove forest. It takes not more than three hours to reach here.  You have to ferry your way to your respective hotel or resort. This will be the most enchanting part of your tour when you are passing by the rivers Gomar, Hogil and Durgaduni. Its an unique experience to travel along the rivers at the backdrop of beautiful scenery.

Bird at Sunderbans National Park
You can even visit nearby places like Museum, watchtower as well as the Mangrove interpretation centre in Sajnekhali, which is the gateway of the Sunderbans reserve. Mangrove interpretation centre has a turtle and crocodile hatchery which is the major attraction for the tourists. Watchtower meant for viewing the wildlife in the surrounding region is also one of the favourites among the visitors. There are many other watchtowers you can visit, which offer incredible views of the Tigers and other wild animals. One complete day is devoted for river cruise as well as birding in the nearby marshes. Tour of Sunderbans is the most enticing part of West Bengal tourism.

Monday, November 24, 2014

Enjoy a Day at Mudflats of Sunderbans

Sundarbans is a land of beautiful landscapes, romantic beaches, secluded islands and above all wide spread mangrove forests which conceal the precious wild life of the region. There is no other place in India where you can hear roaring Royal Bengal Tiger in his original semblance. There are many activities to be enjoyed here but forest safaris are the unique way of spotting animals as well as birds while cruising through the narrow creeks penetrating well in the mangrove forests.

Sunderbans Mudflats

Apart from the many means of entertainment and fun available at this beautiful tourist destination, mudflats are supposed to be the one of its kind places where one can enjoy a mud bath, walking and playing in the mud. Don’t forget to take a few snaps after getting coated with mud so that you can keep them as a memerior. Visit one of the popular mudflats at Chargheri Char where additionally you can find Sea anemone, Octopus and jelly fish. Above all you can even spot a few Horse shoe crabs in the winter, which are speciality of Chargheri. Overall you can say that mudflats are one of the excting attractions in Sunderban.