1. Sundarban is the world’s largest mangrove forest.
2. It is famous for the Royal Bengal Tiger, there are about 400 Royal Bengal Tiger in this forest.
3. From poisonous and vicious snakes to wimpy chameleons and salamanders to beasty crocodiles, if you like to steer clear of reptiles, then think twice before visiting this place. However, if you are a sucker for pristine nature, then the sight of crocodiles sun bathing on the banks of the back waters will surely blow you away!
4. Sundari tree a type of mangrove that is extensively found here.
5. There is a unique tidal phenomenon in the Sundarbans. Twice a day, Sundarbans experience low tides and high tides. During low tides, water recedes and large masses of mudlands can be seen lying flat and during high tides, water level rises by 6-10 feet.