The largest mangrove delta of the world, Sundarbans national park is one of the most mysterious forests of India. Tiger sightings are rare in this particular park because of its swamps and marshes. These tidal forests offer a unique and magical backdrop for photographing wildlife. All animal movement here is closely linked to the rise and fall of the tides. If bird photography is your calling, then nothing can beat Sunderbans. Known as a great place for birding especially 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.
For tiger and bird Photography - September to March is a good time to visit Sundarbans. Winters bring the most pleasant time-period for this destination. The summer months result in really high temperatures, which is great to spot tigers along the banks.
Long lenses (400 mm +) for bird photography. Adequate rain covers are also a must because of the frequent probability of rainBook Now