Bonnie Camp Kalas Island Sundarban
“Once a year, go some place you’ve never been before.” Dalai Lama
Kalas camp Bonnie Camp Sundarban
Kalas camp Bonnie Camp Sundarbanis a wildlife adventure tour of Sundarban. All night stay at boat. This is only for adventure lovers, as there are no luxurious facilities are on the boat. Bonnie Camp, is one of the attractive wild watchtowers in the Sundarbans. This watchtower is 50 feet high. This is the highest watchtower in the Sundarbans. There is also a nice sweet water pond. The animals come here for drinking water. If you spend overnight at this near camp you feel fear of tiger and various types of wild sound. On a moonlight the beauty of the jungle unforgettable in your life.
Never compare Sundarbans national park to others. It is totally deferent type of jungle safari to other Tiger hot spots of India.
BEST TIME VISIT
Our Expert Tips Bonnie Camp tour
In Sundarban, the season is important. Most experiences depend entirely on naturally occurring factors, like seasonal rainfall. This means that having preferred travel dates will make a big difference to your itinerary.
Best Season – October to March | So winter is the best time to visit Sundarban national park.
Kalas Island Located on the banks of the Bay of Bengal and lying beside it the Kalash beach. over an area of 4 acres. Although it is well protected with a fence of 10 feet high and 20 feet trench. It is still believed to be not enough to prevent Royal Bengal Tigers from coming to the beach. In search of the sweet water pond located there. Such is the adventure that defines an outing in Kalash Island. Tourists are restricted from touring the beach must be assisted by forest rangers as the island is often visited by the Royal Bengal tigers.
Know Before Where You Want to Get in Sundarban Tour
Start with having a specific goal for your safari. Maybe you’ve dreamt of seeing Tigers and other animals also mangroves, local people and culture. What animals or experiences are at the heart of your dream safari? The answer will more than likely help determine to find your destination of Sundarbans.
1 – BUFFER ZONE – Sajnekhali, Sudhyanakhali, Dobanki.
2- CORE ZONE– Netidhopani.
3- SOUTH DIVISION – Bonnie camp and Kalas camp also Kalas Island.
NO MANS LAND ONLY RIVER & JUNGLE ADVENTURE BOAT TRIP | WILD SEA BEACH – KALAS ISLAND NEVER BEFORE AGAIN
Gosaba Hamilton Saheb Beacon Bungalow & Rabindra Nath Tagore Bungalow. Birds Jungle (Birds Watching Session) or Chorgheri chor, and Pakhiralaya.
Sajnekhali(w.t), Sudhanyakhali (W.T), and Do-Banki (W.T).
Buffer zone block and creek:
Pirkhali, SarakKhali, and Gajikhali, Deul Varani, and also 5 rivers meet at Panchamukhani.
Netidhopani Tiger Reserve,
Sundarban south division forest
Bonnie camp Tiger Reserve, Kalas-camp Tiger Reserve and finally Kalas island.
The 17th-century found in this watchtower. The evidence of the fact can be traced from the ruins at Netidhopani and other places scattered all over.
Netidhopani is a part of the core area of Sunderbans. This is an excellent site where you may find the pleasure of spotting the Royal Bengal Tiger.
This Watch Tower has dense forest spots that may satisfy your trail to find the most royal creature. Also, linked to a popular Hindu mythology story of Behula-Lakhinder. BEHULA may find it interesting to spot the doorway (stairs to heaven) which the famous Netidhopani used to take to Heavens.
You may see spotted Deer, and many birds and other animals here. The ideal time to visit this place is afternoon or early morning. The animals generally avoid scorching sun of the noons.
Bonnie Camp, is one of the most beautiful watchtowers in the Sundarbans. This watchtower is 50 feet high. The highest in the Sundarbans area. Nice sweet pond and animal come here for drinking water. When you spend overnight at this camp you feel fear of tiger various type of sound and on a moonlight the beauty of jungle memorable. The best time to visit Bonnie Camp is between September and January Month.
Located on the banks of the Bay of Bengal is the Kalash camp and lying beside it the Kalash beach. over an area of 4 acres. Although it is well protected with a fence of 10 feet high and 20 feet trench. The Royal Bengal Tigers from coming to the beach in search of the sweet water pond located there.
Such is the adventure that defines an outing in Kalash Island. Tourists are restricted from touring the beach. It must be assisted by forest rangers as the island is often visited by the Royal Bengal tigers.
Royal Bengal Tiger and other species :
Royal Bengal Tigers are the main draw, but you can also spot Saltwater Crocodiles, various primates, leopards, King Cobras, and Indian Cobras.
Sundarbans is home to many different species of birds, mammals, and insects, reptiles, and also fishes. 120 species of fish and 260 species of birds have recorded in the Sundarbans. The Gangetic River Dolphin (Platanista Gangetic) is common in the rivers.
50 species of reptiles and eight species found. The Sundarbans now support the only population of the Estuarine, or Salt-Water Crocodile in India. The saltwater Crocodiles are 200 hundred individuals.
Royal Bengal Saltwater Crocodiles, leopards, King Cobras, and Indian Cobras. Sundarbans is home to many different species of birds, mammals, insects, reptiles, and fishes.
120 species of fish.
260 species of birds have been recorded in the Sundarbans.
The Gangetic River Dolphin (Platanista Gangetic) is common in the rivers.
50 species of reptiles and eight species of amphibians are known to occur.
The Sundarbans now support the only population of the Estuarine, or Salt-Water Crocodile (Crocodylus para sus) in India,
The park is also home to sea gypsy fishing families who catch fish using trained otters.
Sundarban national park India