Wildlife Tiger & Bird Photography Tours in Sunderbans National Park

    The largest mangrove delta of the world, Sunderbans National Park is one of the most mysterious forests of India. Tiger sightings are rare in this particular park because of its mushy terrain even though it is known to be the home to the iconic Royal Bengal Tiger. However, if bird photography is your calling, then nothing can beat Sunderbans. Known as a great place for birding specially various varieties of kingfishers (brown winged kingfisher, black capped kingfisher, white throated kingfisher, collared kingfisher) this park provides a great opportunity to hone your skills as a bird photographer, as well as refine your landscape shots.

    Equipment Needed

    Long lenses (400mm+) for bird photography. Adequate rain covers are also a must because of frequent probability of rains.

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