Mother Nature in all her beauty has created a heavenly abode right in-between two tempestuous nations, India and Bangladesh. This 2000 sq km area, is the only last standing omnipotent jungle that has the honour of being a host to not only a vast variety of birds and reptiles but it can also boast in regard to its largest occupant - the Royal Bengal Tiger.
These are the Sundarbans!
The Sundarbans are considered a World Heritage Site due to a network of semi-submerged mangroves and channels, which makes it the largest river delta in the world. Named after the ‘Sundari’ tree found here in abundance, it is home to more than 260 species of birds, 120 species of fish, 8 species of amphibians, 50 species of reptiles and the only population of Salt-Water Crocodiles in India.