Plunge into multi-dimensional India, a world of sweet spices, temples & tigers with this exotic special.
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A tour of India offers certain experiences you're unable to find anywhere else on the globe, and that is especially true when it comes to the Sundarbans. Located along the border with Bangladesh, the Sundarbans are the largest halophytic mangrove forests in the world and will undoubtedly be among the most memorable experiences you'll have during your time in India.
What's most appealing about the Sundarbans is their remoteness. Despite being located between two heavily populated countries, you'll feel completely removed from the bustling hubs of cities like Mumbai and Dhaka. Its remoteness also makes it ideal for adventure travel enthusiasts looking to add some adrenaline pumping activities into their trip to India.
There are a few different ways you can experience all the Sundarbans have to offer. One of the most popular options is on the deck of a boat as it makes its way through the forests' many swamps. There are often three-to-four day excursions that provide you with the chance to full immerse yourself in this natural wonder. Floating through the mangroves not only allows you to see some of the forests most famous residents, including the estimated 400 Royal Bengal Tigers that call the Sundarbans home.
While the most popular way to experience the Sundarbans is by boat, there are some areas where you can get off and explore the forests by foot. There are a number of options to choose from, whether you want to accompany armed guards and track tigers through the bush or would rather head down the honey-harvest trail, which brings you along as the local honey harvesters collect the product from the large population of honey bees in the area.
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