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Q. Can any one give me private boat operators number? Planning to visit with kids.

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Q. If I hire a private boat for a day, can I go to watch towers or it is just river..?

Holidify 6 months ago
Yes, apparently you have everything included in the package, unless you choose the shorter package. We recommend that you check the complete list of services before booking.

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Abhishek Dey 12 months ago

Q. Hi there please advice if any agents or travel organizer to execute this trip

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Q. Hi all Seven of us senior citizens are planning to visit Sunderbans end November.l would like to know which is the best part of Sunderbans to stay. Also would like to book a resort around 4000/- per night per couple. Please if someone can guide us if we can travel from Ganga Sagar to Sunderbans directly without going to Kolkata. Thanks in advance.

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Devyani Chandra 1 year ago
- Avoid venturing out on your own. Always carry flashlights and spare batteries.
Kirti Dass 1 year ago
One of my most recent trips included a three-day stay at Sunderbans. It is the largest Delta in India and has various exotic species of birds and animals. We took a bus ride to Sunderbans from Kolkata which is easily available. There are many beautiful resorts catering to the needs of the tourists. I was in complete awe of the Royal Bengal Tiger which is an endemic species, that is, species found only in a specific area. I enjoyed boating along the forests which are home to many species of monkeys, deer and tiger. However, the area is reserved and therefore one should act according to the rules mentioned by the tour guides.
Sinorita Naskar 1 year ago
I visited Sundarbans a few years back. We stayed at a hotel in Pakhiralay, although some people stay in launch boats as well. From there, we went to various watchtowers like Sajnekhali, Buri Dabri, Neti Dhopani, Dobanki etc. via boats. We were not lucky enough to spot a Royal Bengal Tiger, but we did spot a few deers roaming on the river banks and many cranes. Watching sunsets from the launch boats is a beautiful experience. The watchtowers offer a splendid bird?s eye view of the vast variety of flora and fauna. I would recommend carrying a pair of binoculars if possible to get a clearer view of the forest from the watchtowers, and this might increase one?s chances of spotting a tiger.

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