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Sundarban Jungle Camp, Sundarban

Sundarban Jungle Camp

Located at Bali Island overlooking a palm-fringed pond, Sundarban Jungle Camp is a comfortable wildlife lodge in a perfect location to explore the flora and fauna of the Sundarbans – the world’s largest mangrove forest. This fantastic accommodation combines a unique wilderness experience with modern comfort.

The resort was built in partnership with locals to give them a livelihood and reduce tiger-human conflict. It is owned by Help Tourism, who specialize in purposeful, eco-friendly travel to natural areas in east and northeast India.

As an eco-friendly resort, the camp uses solar power for water heating and lighting and demonstrates green practices. Well-appointed bungalows and mud cottages blend in with the lush surroundings and all have modern facilities.

The open restaurant area is the perfect setting to sample traditional Bengali dishes and a range of other cuisines.

Things to do

  • Explore the Sundarbans, the world’s largest mangrove forest.
  • Visit the tiger reserve to try and catch a glimpse of India’s iconic Royal Bengal Tiger.
  • Climb the Netidhopani and Sajnekhali Watchtowers for great views over the forest
  • Spend some time at Bhagabatpur Crocodile Project, the only crocodile project in West Bengal, located on the bank of the Saptamukhi Estuary.

Hotel facilities at Sundarban Jungle Camp, Sundarban

  • Children’s play area
  • Dining area
  • Solar water heating and lighting
  • Terrace
  • Travel desk

Room facilities at Sundarban Jungle Camp, Sundarban

Rooms include:

  • Hot water heaters
  • Modern bathrooms
  • Private decks
  • Room service
  • Teas and coffee facilities

At Authentic India Tours our India holidays are tailor-made to meet your exact requirements. You can stay at Sundarban Jungle Camp, Sundarban for a couple of nights as part of a tour, add some nights as an extension to your trip or make it the centrepiece of your Indian holiday.