With the Bay of Bengal to its south and the Himalayas to its north, Bengal offers a potpourri of mesmerising cultural and wildlife experiences set against the backdrop of picturesque mangroves, mighty mountains, misty forests and blossoming tea gardens. While the Sunderbans is home to dolphins and tigers, the Dooars grasslands offer tourists a chance to spot one-horned rhinos and elephants. Leopards, gaur, chinkara, saltwater crocodiles, elephants, red panda and barking deer are also found in Bengal. The state’s ancient temples, great centres of learning and magnificent British monuments offer valuable insights into its vast culture and history. Bengal also boasts of extraordinary terracotta work, handloom weaves and various other handicraft.
Discover Parks & Sanctuaries In West Bengal
Sundarbans National Park
The Sundarbans is a cluster of low-lying islands in the Bay of Bengal, measuring...