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Best places to stay in Sunderbans National Park
Home to the greatest number of Bengal tigers in the world, you have a better chance of spotting the elusive beast here, in their native home, than anywhere else. The dense tidal mangrove forest, which stretches for almost 10,000 square kilometres, is the perfect place for these shy creatures to hide. Our pick of the best places to stay in Sunderbans Tiger Reserve is the perfect place to immerse yourself in nature and go in search of wildlife.
The bountiful waterways of West Bengal also host a variety of colourful birdlife and crocodiles, peeping their noses out of the water, are a common sight.
Right on the border with Bangladesh this can be a tricky area to navigate both topographically and politically, so we advise travel with a tour organiser to help with the required local permits. However with such unique landscapes and abundance of wildlife it should not be missed!
To avoid the monsoon and extreme heat of summer the best time to travel is between November and March.
Whilst accommodation is limited our pick of the best places to stay in Sunderbans Tiger Reserve will provide a comfortable stay, immersed in nature.
Best places to stay in Sunderbans Tiger Reserve
For wildlife spotting
- Sunderbans Jungle Camp is a group of individual bungalows located right on the sonorous waters of the mangrove forest. With private verandas guests can sit out and watch the world go by. A simple yet comfortable stay.
Still not sure which to book? Browse though our list of the best places to stay in Sunderbans Tiger Reserve to start to plan your trip. Alternatively check out all our West Bengal recommendations, or contact one of our friendly gurus for advice.
This group of spacious, clean, & comfortable ensuite bungalows is one of the few places to stay right by the National Park. While relaxing on your private veranda or on a boat tour organised by the camp, be immersed in nature and see amazing wildlife without having to say goodbye to home comforts.Wildlife Area - Right next to the Sunderbans National Park and Tiger Reserve. UNESCO World Heritage SiteBirdwatching - See fabulous birds, crocodiles, wild boar as well as the famous tigers.Outstanding locationSecluded setting - For escaping.