Other Attractions In Sundarbans
The Sajnakhali Sanctuary :
The Sajnakhali sanctuary, famous for its rich avian population,
is regarded as a part of the Sunderbans National Park. The
kingdom of birds at Sajnekhati enchants your eyes. The most
sought after sights by a bird watcher are seven colourful
species of Kingfisher, white bellied Sea Eagle, Plovers, Lap-Wings,
Curfews, Whimbrels, Sandpipers and occasional Pelican.
At Netidhopani, the ruins of a 400 year old temple and legends
lend mystery to the atmosphere.
Bhagabatpur is famous for having a hatchery of the largest
estuarine crocodiles in the world.
Kanak : Kanak
is the nesting place of the Olive Ridley Turtles.
Haliday Island :
Haliday island is famous as last retrest of Barking Dear in
Piyali : Piyali
is the gatway to Sundarbans, 72-kms from Kolkatta by road
and close to Sajnekhali, Sudhanyakhali, Netidhopani through
waterways. A small river Piyali flows through the green paddy
fields and mingles with river Matla. Picturesque Piyali delta
makes an ideal romantic holiday destination. A beautiful tourist
complex with accommodation and recreation facilities is also
situated over here.
On your way to Sundarbans you cannot afford to miss Kaikhali
Island, where nature is so alive and so colourful. An ideal
Best Time to Visit Sunderbans National Park
The ideal time to visit the Sundarbans national park is during
the months of September and May. Winter make the time to see
the mighty Royal Bengal Tiger sun-bathing on the river banks.
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