Sundarbans National Park is the largest estuarine mangrove forest in the world. Home to the iconic Royal Bengal Tiger and many other swamp and estuarine species of birds and animals, the large mudflats and deltaic islands house some of India’s most elusive and coveted species. The sundari trees after which the park got its name are present in abundance, and so are a variety of other tree species giving Sundarbans its distinctive Amazonesque character. Fishing cats, leopard cats, macaques, salt-water crocodiles and a bevy of kingfishers are some of the most-sought after sightings in Sundarbans. The enchanting boat cruise through the serene waters, the eerie silence at night pierced by the occasional hoots and calls and the mysterious thickets, all combine to make this a fulfilling wildlife experience. You will not only go back with a fuller hard disk but also a rewarding foray into one of India`s most revered natural history temples.