Enjoy The Enchanting Wildlife Of West Bengal
If you want to taste the thrill of viewing wildlife, come to West Bengal with the world famous Sunderbans, Jaldapara and 14 other Sanctuaries.
The Sunderbans of 4262 Sq. Kms. the largest estuarine forests in the country. A unique landscape with half the area under water with tidal fluctuations upto 5.6 metres. Besides the magnificient Royal Bengal Tiger, the Sunderbans National Park is the home of largest Estuarine Crocodile, the giant Water monitor, the ferocious Fishing Cat, the rare Olive Ridley Turtle, the graceful Cheetal and a host ofoth^r animals and birds. The San-jnekhali Bird Sanctuary in the Sunderbans the nesting ground of thousands of birds including Open Billed Stork, Egret Cormorant, Night Heron, purple Heron and other water birds in June in September. Bhagabatpur Crocodile Breeding Centre offers a fascinating array of estuarine crocodile. Watch towers are conveniently located for viewing wildlife. Launch cruise in the watery wilderness is a fascinating experience.
Jaldapara and Garumara in North Bengal are the homes of the rare one-homed Rhino. Gaur (Indian Bison), Elephant, Royal Bengal Tiger, Leopard, Sambar, Hog Deer, Sloth Bear are the other attractions. Viewing wildlife form elephant back is a thrilling experience. Chapramari is famous for viewing wild elephants bathing in pond.
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TOURIST BUREAU & RESERVATION COUNTER
TOURISM DEVELOPMENT CORPN.
3/2, B.B.D. Bagh (East),
Calcutta - 700 001.
Phone 28-8271, Gram : Traveltips,
1, Nehru Road, Darjeeling.
Phone 2050, Gram : DARTOUR
Hill Cart Road, Siliguri, Phone 21632, 24650
West Bengal Information Bureau,
A/2, State Emporia,
Baba Kharak Singh Marg, New Delhi - 110 001.
Karim Mansion, 787, Anna Salai,
Madras 600 002, Phone 832 346.
GOVERNMENT OF WEST BENGAL