Sundarban Tour Package


Sundarbans or India’s Amazon Valley is the land of magnificence and beauty. The place got its name from the ubiquitous Sundari trees found in abundance here. The Sundarbans has been formed by the confluence of three rivers, namely, the Ganges, the Meghna and the Brahmaputra and it is a part of the world’s largest delta on the Ganges. The Sunderbans has the distinction of being a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of it being the single largest block of mangrove forest in the world. Covering an area of nearly 26,000 Sq Km (including India and Bangladesh), the Sundarbans is definitely a must-visit place.


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Duration: 3 nights / 4 days

Activities: Boat Safaris, Village and NGO Visit

Tour starts from: Kolkata and Ends at: Kolkata

Destinations covered: Sundarban National Park (Click here to read about Sundarbans)

Grade: Medium. Walking at marshy land an banks of delta to board boat and get down from it.

Season: All year round

Best Time to Visit: All year around (avoid 15th December to 10th January and Weekend around 26th January). As per our personal observation, sighting of Saltwater Crocodile is more dependent on rush/number of boats running than whether of Sundarbans and tiger sighting is highly unpredictable. While winters (November to February) has good whether, monsoons provides amazing landscapes to photograph.

Day 01: Arrival at Kolkata and drive to Godhkhali jetty point (3.5 hours’ drive). Optional visit to Sajnekhali interpretation center.
Day 02: Full day boat cruise in Sundarbans delta.
Day 03: Full day boat cruise with option of visit to Rangabelia Tagore Society.
Day 04: Village visit and Departure to Kolkata

About Bharat Goel

Bharat Goel, an avid traveler and wildlife photographer has more than a decade’s experience of travelling in wild throughout India. His love for the wild urged him to leave his engineering career to dedicate his life for the preservation of nature and wildlife. He constantly strives to make people aware and encourage them to appreciate and being responsible towards nature through his endeavor.