10/06/2019 Travel Agents
The diversity of India is not only limited to people, language, food, and traditions. It is also visible in its landscape carrying national parks and wildlife sanctuaries spread across the length and breadth of the country. Sundarbans National Park is one such park that has gained worldwide recognition for preserving and conserving the largest mangrove forest at the time of climate change and global warming. Perhaps that's why it has become a humble abode for several species of birds, mammals, reptiles and marine life that have lost ground in many parts of the world. Currently, the place is offering fantastic sighting of Gangetic Dolphins, Mangrove Whistlers, Salt-water Crocodile, Openbill Storks, Black-headed Ibisbill, and the fabled Bengal Tigers. To enrich the wilderness experience of our guest while keeping the sanctity of the place intact, Asian Adventures have meticulously carved our a wildlife tour backed by a team of knowledgeable naturalist and ground handlers who are aware of all the stakeouts of these gorgeous and elusive species.