Best Time To Visit Sunderban India

The Sunderban National Park, a haven of dense forests and serene tranquility, not only provides sanctuary to the mighty striped big cats but also serves as a refuge for numerous endangered species. While the park welcomes wildlife enthusiasts throughout the year, the winter months offer the optimal time for a visit.

Summer (March to May):

As February gives way to summer, temperatures in Sunderban fluctuate between 20°C and 42°C.

Despite the heat, this season presents excellent opportunities for photography, particularly for capturing tigers as they venture out to quench their thirst in the sweltering weather.

Monsoon (June to September):

The monsoon season, spanning from June to September, brings steady rainfall to the region.

Temperatures typically range between 25°C and 35°C, making it less than ideal for visits.

However, the breeding season for many animals adds a unique allure to the landscape, offering a chance to admire the beauty of the mangroves and the graceful swaying of trees.

Winter (Late September to March):

Following the monsoon, winter settles in, offering the most favorable conditions to immerse oneself in the wilderness of Sunderbans.

From late September to March, temperatures range between 10°C and 30°C, drawing tourists from all corners of the globe.

This season is perfect for exploring the lesser-known species such as six species of sharks and rays, saltwater crocodiles, olive ridley turtles, Ganges river dolphins, and the majestic Royal Bengal tiger, along with various other endangered species.

Winter emerges as the prime time for an enchanting experience, allowing visitors to witness the diverse wildlife and the captivating beauty of Sunderban National Park.

Best Time  To Visit Sunderban National Park

* Please note forest remain closed on Tuesday.

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