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.