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Synonymous with life and wildlife sanctuaries in India that Sunderbans National Park is the undisputed jewel at the top of the southeastern portion of India. It is situated at the world's largest Delta that life reservation in India spreads around the area of 4264 square kilometer of dense mangrove forests. Bestowed with the name of the UNESCO World Heritage website that Sunderbans in Eastern India is known to be the largest tiger reservation in this nation. Perfect for bird gazers and world lovers that Sunderbans is family to species a gathering of species apart from the Royal Bengal Tiger like; forest guy, air fur, Chital, Wild boar and Pangolin. Ranthambore National Park: When speaking about National Parks and wildlife sanctuaries at India Ranthambore National Park requires one clear note. Ranked as one of the largest and most reputed public stadium in America India the life refuge is situated in Rajasthan. Stated to be the formerly known hunting land of the Maharajas of Jaipur the National stadium sprawls at 1,334 sq km of terrain. Extending the range of flora and fauna and family to species , e.g., the sambar, hyena, sloth bear, cat, nilgai, Dhole and lots more that is one place worth a visit.
The Royal Bengal cat, the national animal of both India and Bangladesh is named under 'endangered ' on this IUCN Red database. There exist around 50 cat reserves in India; including that Sunderban National Park, Jim Corbett, Dudhwa, Bandhavgarh etc. Tiger reserves are the best places to get a glimpse of the huge predators. This Kanha National Park at Madhya Pradesh is one of the largest cat reserves of India.
Bakkhali is placed on one of the more deltaic islands distributed across South Bengal. Most of these islands are part of the Sunderbans, excluding a couple of them around the fringes. Some of these are United together with spans at thin creeks. The tiny land juts out into the vast area of the Bay of Bengal. There is one 8 km long beach extending from Bakkhali to Frasergunj with lightly winding waves. These are twin towns today forming one constant neighborhood. Except on the occasional day that beach is not crowded. The little straight near Bakkhali has been lighted up. It is the tough beach suited for sport or even riding. One may get longer walks with coconut water.
Here are some pictures of what to expect. Hope you can visit it one day.
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