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Saturday, 9 March 2013

Cruise Tourism


Sunderbans is a marshy mangrove jungle south of the Indian state of West Bengal and is the largest estuarine forest in the world. This dense tropical forest, inhabited by wild animals, is the home of the legendary Royal Bengal Tiger. The wildlife in the Sunderbans includes Boars, Spotted Deer, Rhesus Monkeys, Fishing Cats, Otters, Civets, Salvador Lizards, Estuarine Crocodiles and Olive Ridley Turtles. more

Interesting places in and around Sundarban:

Bakkhali is seaside resort in South 24 Parganas. It is located on one of the many deltaic islands spread across southern Bengal. Most of the islands are part of the Sunderbans, barring a few at the fringes. Some of these are joined together with bridges over narrow creeks. This small island juts out into the vast expanse of the Bay of Bengal. more

Frasergunj constitutes twin towns near Bakkhali, now forming one continuous locality. Casuarinas trees line the beach. It was named after Sir Andrew Fraser, Lieutenant Governor of Bengal (1903–1908), who discovered the place.

Henry Island is an island near Bakkhali in South 24 Parganas. It is around 130 km from Kolkata. Dense mangrove forest parted by numerous canals covered the area then. There is no one to pry other than the red fiddler crabs dotting the shore. Lazing on the sprawling and deserted beach is very enjoyable. The view from the Sundari Tourist Complex tower is excellent and refreshing. more

Dhamakhali is the meet point of Sunderban Tiger Reserve and Bagna Forest.

Diamond Harbour is in the southern suburbs of Kolkata, on the banks of the Hooghly River quite near where the river meets the Bay of Bengal. This small town is a popular weekend tourist spot located in South 24 Parganas district. more

Godkhali forms tourist destination for Boney Camp, Sajnekhali, Sudhanyakhali and Jhingekhali. It is famous for designer tourist cottages. more

Jharkhali, a Village in Basanti Tehsil, in South 24 Paraganas was built by the people who came from Purba Pakistan (Bangladesh). It is the last village in Sunderban and sarrounded by Matla River. It is famous for Ifad Area (Jharkhali Mangrove Ecological Garden), Dense Mangrove Forest, Watch Tower (to get the view of Sundarban Wildlife) and Jhar Bhanglow (a tourist lodge of Fishery Department, Government of West Bengal). more

Kaikhali, a small land adjoining Mohana where Matla and Nimaniya rivers flow in to the Bay of Bengal, abounds in a variety of trees such as Garan, Golappata, Hogla, Sundri, etc. Motor Boat and Cruise are available at the Matla River. more

Lothian Island, situated in South 24 Parganas includes Estuarine Crocodile, Olive Ridley Sea Turtle, Spotted Deer, Jungle cat, Rhesus macaque. more