Wildlife Travel India
Wildlife Travel India
Wildlife Travel India
Wildlife Travel India
Wildlife Travel India

Resorts in Sunderban National Park

The Sundarban forest is famous for being the home to Royal Bengal Tigers. This forest has a high tiger concentration and is hence visited by wildlife enthusiasts from across the world. The Sundarban got its name from the Sundari trees, which grows here in large numbers. The world's largest mangrove forests exists this forest stretch.

The wildlife resorts in Sundarban are a good staying option for tourists on a jungle tour to the forest. These resorts not only provide best hospitality services but also have some of the most modern amenities. Check out the following resorts/hotels and book in advance to get best accommodations.

Sunderban Mangrove Retreat

Sunderban Mangrove Retreat

Sunderban Mangrove Retreat is a luxurious eco-friendly resort located on the banks of Gomor River in Jamespore Village of Satjalia Island. This retreat has a total of 17 rooms which are categorized under . More About Sunderban Mangrove Retreat

Sunderban Field Camp

Sundarban Field Camp is situated in the Anpur region of Satjelia Island, Sundarbans. This camp has 2 cottages which are fully air conditioned, 13 non A/C deluxe rooms and. More About Sunderban Field Camp

Sunder Chital Tourist Lodge

The Sundar Chital Tourist Lodge lies amidst the mangrove tree forest of Sundarban at Sajnekhali, West Bengal. It is an excellent government run tourist lodge which is an ideal. More About Sunder Chital Tourist Lodge

Sundarbans Jungle Camp

The Sunderbans Jungle Camp is located at Bali Island, 24 South Parganas West Bengal. The Sunderban National Park is very close to this jungle camp. More About Sundarbans Jungle Camp

Sunderban Tiger Camp

Sundarbans Tiger Camp

Sunderban Tiger Camp is a luxury jungle camp located amidst a sprawling 15 bighas of forest land, just opposite the Sajnekhali Tiger Reserve Forest, at the heart of Sunderbans. The Bomar River is also very near to this tiger camp. More About Sundarbans Tiger Camp

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