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Experience the Amazon Of East in Sundarban Houseboats

Get mesmerized by the serene thrill of Sundarbans. The best way to explore the Biosphere Reserve and its convoluting delta is on a boat. Sail through the intertwining narrow rivulets, kicking your heels and experiencing the exotic wizardry of the Jungle. Float in luxury and explore the abode of heavenly flora and fauna of Sundarbans in Sundarban Houseboat. Dive in the lap of pristine nature, get close and personal with the wild habitat, fiery beast - Royal Bengal Tigers, feast your eyes on wild boars, deer, otters, a colourful species of birds, giant monitor lizards and more. Relax and relieve your city-life-stress whilst sailing on a premium yet snug houseboat - equipped with all the amenities to make your trip to Sundarbans an incredibly memorable one.

Being secluded from the rest of the world, Sundarbans is absent of chaos and crowd. Inhabited by hospitable people and a bevy of amazingly unique creatures. The mangrove is best explored on a boat. Sailing allows you to drift through the core of the forest and its magnificence. You get to experience the best of both world - Flora and Fauna of Sundarbans.

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Breathtaking Sundarbans

Sundarbans stretch 80 km into the hinterland of India and Bangladesh from the coastal part. It is more than just a majestic, magnificent mangrove. It is also land of the last standing omnipotent jungles. Majority of the area is covered in marsh and water. It was endowed as a wildlife sanctuary in 1966 and currently houses 400 majestic tigers. It is also home to more than 260 species of birds, 120 species of fish, 8 species of amphibians and 50 species of reptiles. The only population of Salt-water Crocodiles or Estuaries are supported by the monumental Sundarbans!

Escape from the chaos of city jungle to the solitary wilderness of the world’s largest mangrove - Sundarbans. Home to the Royal Bengal Tiger, and the only place on Earth with the largest concentration of the fiery beast. The river-riddled swamp, mist-blanketed, sculpted with an off-the-beaten-path and dribbled with shifting tides is a remotely situated, mostly inhabited wild terrain. Designed by Nature with a network of semi-submerged mangroves and channels - Sundarban is the largest river delta in the world. It is a World Heritage Site intensified by its abutting ecosystem.