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Exclisive Wildlife Tour at Sunderban National Park
  Sundarbans mangrove is the home of a number of endangered and globally threatened species. The Bengal Tiger and the fishing cat are getting effective protection here. The creeks of Sundarbans form the home of Estuarine Crocodile, Salvator Lizard (Water Monitor), River Terrapin and Horse Shoe or King Crab. This area serves as the nesting ground for endangered marine turtles like Olive Ridley, Green Turtle and Hawk's Bill Turtles. The aquatic endangered mammals like Genetic Dolphins thrive within mangrove creeks close to sea. Number of heronries form here during monsoon as well as during winter. It is home for Trans-Himalayan migratory birds.

Sunderbans Tiger Reserve is ideal abode of wild flora and fauna. About forty mammalian species are found .
Few amphibians like the Jungle Cat, Leopard and Fishing Cat are quite significant. Boat trips can be thrilling,
enabling a tourist to take a glimpse of Gangetic Dolphins, Clawless Otters, giant Estuarine Crocodiles and
Fishing Cat, Leopard-cat, Jungle Cat, Common Palm Civet, Jackal, Gangetic Dolphin, Spotted Deer (Chital),
Wild Boar, Clawless Otter, Crab-eating Mongoose, Rhesus Macaque. Quite a number of endangered species
like River Terrapin are found to enjoy the wilderness of the park.

Birds are in bounty with a good range of waterside birds and several woodland species. Multitudes of birds
migrate from the far off countries thus enriching the beauty of the reserve. Several birds throng the
woodlands .Red Junglefowl, Blue-tailed Bee-eater, Rufous Treepie, Greater Coucal, Blue-throated Barbet are
amongst them. One can see catch sight of beautiful birds like Masked Fin foot, Asian Openbill, Lesser
Adjutant, Greater Adjutant, Oriental Stork, Brown-winged Kingfisher, Stork-billed Kingfisher, Collared
Kingfisher, Ruddy Kingfisher.

The rattling of hunting birds, namely, Pallas`s Fish Eagle, Osprcy, Grey-headed Fish Eagle, White-bellied Sea Eagle, Pied Harrier are quite a common sight in Sunderbans Tiger Reserve.

Sajnekhali is the chief tourism sector. A handful of grounds have been built here for breeding herons. About four hundred fish species are found in the rivers, enduring the varying levels of salinity. Also there are near about fifty species of reptiles, namely, Estuarine Crocodile, Rock Python, King Cobra, Water Monitor, Olive Ridley Turtle, are found basking under the heat of the sun.

A golden opportunity for Nature Lovers, Wildlifers, Bird Watchers and specially Photographers.
 
 


ITINERARY

DAY 1 : Depart Mumabi to Howra by HOWRAH DURONTO EXP. at 5.15 pm.

DAY 2 : Arrive howra at 07.40 pm. Night halt at Howrah.

DAY 3 : Depart early morning to Gadakhali from Howrah by road. Passing through the picturesque
           countryside. Arrive at Gadkhali. Transfer to motorized boat. Check in Hotel.
           After lunch proceed to 2 hours birding and game cruise to Sajnekhali watch tower
           cum Tiger Reserve through rivers and canals. Back to camp by evening.
           Dinner and Overnight stay at Hotel.

DAY 4 : Full day game cruise and birding tour to Netidhopani watch tower, DoBanki Tiger Reserve
           and other adjoining areas. Lunch will be served on boat. Back to camp by evening.
           Dinner and Overnight stay at Hotel.

DAY 5 : Full day game cruise and birding tour to Sudhanyakhali watch Tower and near by area with the
           thrilling deep forest watch tower and beautiful creeks. Lunch will be served on boat.
           Back to camp by evening. Dinner and Overnight stay at Hotel.

DAY 6 : Morning game cruise and birding tour to Tiger Reserve through rivers and canals.
            After lunch depart for Gadakhali to be transferred to Howrah.
            Night halt at Howrah.

DAY 7 : Depart to Mumbai by HWH CSTM DURONT EXP. at 8.20 am.

DAY 8 : Arrive Mumbai at 10.30 am.

PERIOD : 2nd to 9th Feb 2016 (Similar program can be organised for your group of minimum 15 people)

Things to bring along : Back sack, water bottle, cap, sandals, hanky / napkin,
2 pairs of extra clothes, torch, soap, towel, tooth brush, tooth paste, and binocular.

Camp Charges : Rs. - 14500/- Per Head (Howrah to Howrah)
(
Simple Veg / Non Veg. food, 3-4 sharing accommodation. Excluding camera charges)

For discount, booking & enquiries :
Shailendra Patil : +91 9594424306( Mumbai )
Sunil Patil : +91 9967022032
Email : wildshailendra@gmail.com

 

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