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The Sunderbans is the world’s largest delta and a vast stretch of small islands covered with mangrove trees and interspaced by estuarine creeks which drain into the Bay of Bengal. Apart from being home to an amazing array of birdlife, it is also one of the most unique tiger habitats in the world.
Equipped with four watchtowers, Sunderbans seems to be the perfect place for wildlife photography and bird watching. Sajnekhali Watchtower, which is also the head office of the forest department is one of the most renowned watchtowers in the area. Capable of carrying 20 people, the tower overlooks the major attractions in the area such as the Bonbibi temple and Mangrove Interpretation Centre. It makes exploring the wilderness fun and easy. Bird watchers, especially, get to marvel at the spectacle of avifauna species of the region such as Pelicans, Lapwings, White-bellied Sea Eagles and many more.
Sudhanyakhali Watchtower is a perfect stakeout spot for sighting a Tiger along with plenty of other animals such as Marsh and Saltwater Crocodiles, Wild Boar, and Spotted Deer.
Dobanki Watchtower, famous for its half-a-kilometer-long canopy walk leaves you breathless as you find yourself hovering 20 feet above the wilderness of Sunderbans.
From Netidhopani watchtower, you get to gaze at the ruins of a 400-year-old Shiva Temple as your guide enlightens you of the history of the tower and its association with the legend of Behula and Lakhindar. Not just the mangroves but the rivers of Sunderbans also harbour a myriad of creatures such as the Irrawaddy Dolphins, Mudskippers, and Ridley Turtles to name a few.
All sorts of strange creatures can be found on this delta which have adapted themselves to live under such a hostile environment. The diversity of fauna in this region is just awe inspiring which makes it a hotspot for bird watching and wildlife photography.