Places to Visit

Sajhnekhali (W.T)

(25 reviews)

Sajnekhali is the Permission to enter the Sunderban Tiger Reserve. The Sajnekhali Watch Tower is the most popular among all Watch Tower.from this watch tower, one can have a close look at the wildlife. There is also a Crocodile pond, Tortoise pond, Mangrove Interpretation Center, Banabibi Temple, and Nature Observatory Center.

Sudhyanyakhali (W.T)

(17 reviews)

Sudhanyakhali Watch Tower and Mangrove Park, on the bank of river Sudhanyakhali, One may take a close look of most of the Tiger from the Tower, there is a sweet water pond where animals come to drink water, some other wildlife like axis deer and Mangrove Park.

Do-Banki (W.T)

(22 reviews)

The canopy walks inside the forest with a unique experience of watching wildlife. This canopy walk is about 1/2 km long. There is also a sweet water pond and chital deer.

Netidhopani (W.T)

(22 reviews)

This is several watchtowers and is associated with the legend of Behula and Lakhindar. The run of 400 years old temple and mystery atmosphere. There is also a sweet water pond. This watchtower has a capacity 20 person at a time.


(22 reviews)

Dayapur is nearest of Sajnekhali & Pakhiralay facet.There is additionally edifice project,it additionally illustrious of Sunset purpose.

Pakhiralay / Phakhir Jungle

(22 reviews)

Pakhiralay village three klicks removed from Gosaba ferry staircase, the ideal village of Sunderban. The daily activities of the village are happening by Co-operative system.


(22 reviews)

His village settlement by Sir Daniel Hamilton,Gosaba was the best village of the past. Sir Hamilton started a Co-operative as village uplift program in Gosaba. There feature bungalows of Becan Saheb.

Burirdabri (W.T)

(22 reviews)

The Burirdabri watch tower famous of mud walk and mangrove cage trail leading to a viewpoint known as Roymongal. There are also view Bangladesh of Roymongal side. This watchtower capacity 15 person at a time.

Sundarkati (Bonny Camp)

(22 reviews)

Popular for the highest Watch Tower,30 kilometers aloof from Bhagabatpur, one could reach Sundarkati Eco-Tourism Center through the Rhizophora mangle forest and an in-depth read of the sweet-water lake wherever the life of the Sunderban. there's a depository, one will understand Sunderban through its image.

Kalash Camp (W.T)

(22 reviews)

The Kingdom of tigers, the last island of the Sunderban, near the Bay of Bengal. There is a sweet-water pond. The Sunrise & Sunset viewing also beautiful. Kalas is also the nesting place of the Olive Ridley Turtles.


  • Canning Railway new Market, 24 pgs (s) West Bengal, India


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