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Opposite Indira Cinema
P.O. Box: Bhowanipur
Kolkata, West Bengal
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Kolkata, West Bengal
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Opposite Indira Cinema
P.O. Box: Bhowanipur
Kolkata, West Bengal

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India Beacons Sojourn is the pioneer in changing the way one sees or visits Sundarbans. Being like our backyard we have seen and spent enough time in the Sundarbans National Park so as to be in a position to help tourists, Nature Lovers and photographers decide their pick.

Whether it's a Day Tour to Sundarban or a Multiday Sundarban Tour of 1N2D, a Sundarban Tour of 2N3D or even a 3N4D Sundarbans Tour, we have it all.

For the hardcore tiger lovers and nature photographers he have special plans and special boats to cater to their needs. So come and Select your pick out of the various Sundarban Tour Packages from Kolkata


Sundarban Day Tour

Sunderban Day Tour

Sundarbans Day Tour are conducted all throughout the year. The tour starts at 08:00 hrs from Godkhali and ends at 16:00 hrs at Godhkhali.

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Sundarban 1N 2D Tour Package

Sunderban Tour 1N 2D

Sundarbans 1N 2D Tour Package suits those who have a nights time in hand to enjoy the beauty of the UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE.

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Sundarban 2N 3D Tour Package

Sunderban Tour 2N 3D

2N 3D Sundarban Package Tour is the most common and preferred tour as it offers a good coverage of the World's largest mangrove forest. 

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Sundarbans Special and Unconventional tours are specially designed for those to need to get more out of their stay at the Worls's largest Mangrove Forest.

From staying on our houseboat to enjoy the eerie silence of the night, to waking up and entering the Sundarban Tiger Reserve at the crack of dawn, to click the early birds catch the worm, these trips provide it all.

So select your pick and drop us a mail to enjoy nature at its best. We promise, you won't regret your choice.

Sundarban Bird Photography Tour

Sundarban Nature and Bird Photography Tours

The Sundarbans National Park still remains an enigma for all nature lovers who want to visit it at least once in their life time.

The duration of the Nature Photography Tours of Sundarbans vary from a minimum of 3N4D to 5N6D and are conducted Exclusively for photographers with the best guides and boatman. 

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Sunderban Tiger Tour

Sunderban Tiger Trail Tours

Tigers in Sundarbans are the most elusive mammals. Everyone visiting Sundarbans tries to get a glimpse of the Royal Bengal Tigers of Sundarbans. 

The Sundarban Tiger Trail Tours are unconventional tours with lesser number of group members and designed to trail the tiger and cross path with them with the best guides, boatman and naturalists.

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Sunderban hilsa Festival

Sunderban Hilsa Festival Tours

Come monsoons and the most desirable and loved fish of Bengal, the Hilsa or "Illish" as it is called in Bengali makes it appearance. 

The Hilsa Festival Tours in Sundarbans are an annual feature of India Beacons Sundarbans Tour which start on every Friday of the three months of June, July and August.

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Sundarbans, the land of boundless beauty and magnificent landscapes named after the ubiquitous Sundari trees which were found there in large numbers, is the largest single block of tidal halophytic mangrove forest in the world and has the honor of being a UNESCO World Heritage Site & a Biosphere Reserve.The Sunderban forest covers around 10,000 of which a major portion is in Bangladesh, while the Indian portion is estimated at around 4264 square km.

The Sundarbans National Park still remains an enigma for all nature lovers who want to visit it at least once in their life time. Amitav Ghosh's "The Hungry Tide" has given it a new perspective and beckons one to visit the forests at least once.Apart from being a unique largest mangrove ecosystem of the world, the Sundarbans has the world’s largest deltaic mangrove forests and is also home to one of India’s most iconic wildlife species – the Royal Bengal Tiger.

Formed by the confluence of the mighty rivers – the Ganges, the Brahmaputra and the Meghna – the Sunderbans are a part of the world's largest delta situated on the lower end of the Gangetic West Bengal.It is also the world’s largest estuarine forest crisscrossed by hundreds of creeks and tributaries, intersected by a network of tidal waterways, small islands of salt-tolerant mangrove forests and mudflats.

The interconnected network of waterways makes almost every nook and corner of the forest accessible by boats or rafts making it one of the most attractive and alluring places on earth and an undiscovered paradise. The Sunderban cruise through the Sundarbans National Park is one of the most memorable experiences of a lifetime.Such is its beauty that it was among the top 10 finalist of the "new7wonders of the world". 



India Beacons Sojourn
Mon to Friday : 10:30 hrs to 17:30 hrs
1 Indra Roy Road (Opp Indira Cinema)
Saturday        : 10:30 hrs to 15:30 hrs
Room No 8, (1st Floor), Kolkata - 700025
Sunday          : Closed

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