SAJNEKHALI INTERPRETATION CENTRE
This watchtower is the most popular among all watchtowers because of its proximity to most of the resorts in the Sundarban area. and is also the Head Office of the Forest Department. Permission to enter the Sundarban Tiger Reserve is required to be obtained from here. This watch tower has a capacity to host 20 persons at a time.
SUDHANYAKHALI WATCH TOWER
Sundarbans, the biggest mangrove forest in the country spreads over 10, 200 sq. km and is a World Heritage Site. The Sundarbans National Park is considered as the world’s largest delta and the unique feature about this place is the Tiger Reserve where you get to see a number of Royal Bengal tigers (Panthera tigris tigris). This particular video shows the watchtower and the enclosings inside the park. Tourists often visit this scenic spot and they enjoy the view a lot.
DOBANKI WATCH TOWER
This watchtower presents one with a unique experience of watching wildlife from its Canopy Walk. This canopy walk is about half a kilometre long and at a height of about 20 ft from the ground. There is also a sweet water pond and Chital deers as well as Brahmini Kites are very often sighted here apart from the tigers.
This watch Tower in the Burirdabri camp is famous for its watchtower, a mud walk and mangrove cage trail leading to a view point known as Raimongal View Point. The ground fauna consisting of snails, varieties of crabs and mollusc can be observed closely during the mud walk.
SUNDARBAN WILD SAFARI
Sunderbans, located in the south-east of Kolkata, is one of the largest mangrove forests in the world. It is the core area of Sunderbans Tiger reserve and is quite renowned for Sunderban Tiger Camp. A number of wildlife lovers get drawn to this place as it is home to numerous wild animals and crocodile infested estuaries. Adventure enthusiasts who are looking for a thrilling stopover in this region can go for wildlife safari at Sunderban and enjoy camping. There are a number of accommodation facilities that can be opted by you to enjoy the excursion here.
LOTHIAN ISLAND BIRD SANCTUARY
Lothian Island Bird Sanctuary is famous for a variety of bird species found here, including Black-Capped Kingfisher, Curlew, White-Bellied Sea-Eagle, Tern and Whimbrel. Lothian Island Bird Sanctuary is one of the three Wildlife Sanctuaries inside Sundarban Biosphere Reserve. This Bird Sanctuary is speard over an area of 38 sq kms on the island and surrounded by River Saptamukhi.
Sunderbans national park is located at the South Eastern tip of the 24 Paraganas district in the state of West Bengal. It got its name from one of the mangrove plants known as Sundari (Heritiera Minor). The Sundarbans are a part of the world's largest delta formed by the rivers Ganges,Brahmaputra and Meghna. Sundarban is a vast area covering 4262 square kms in India alone, with a larger portion in Bangladesh. 2585 sq. kms of the Indian Sundarban forms the largest Tiger Reserve and National Park in India.
Bonnie Camp, is one of the most beautiful watchtowers in the Sundarbans. This watchtower, 50 feet high, is the highest watchtower in the Sundarbans. It is quite close to the Bay of Bengal and generally takes around 06 hrs to reach from Sajnekhali by a six cylinder boat.
TIGER RESCUE CENTRE AT JHARKHALI
In the Sunderbans, the man-eaters often enter the villages and in case they are caught, forest department officials send them to the zoo. But for the old and injured tigers it's generally difficult to cope with the zoo environment. That is why the government is now planning to set up this 100-acre rescue and rehab centre.