It is these villagers who risk their lives earning their livelihood in the Sundarban mangrove forests.A tiger can easily swim across the narrow river to the canoe boat besides the river also has crocodiles and the forests poisonous snakes.The village canoe boats can negotiate the tidal creeks unlike the launches.
Close-up view of “PNEUMATOPHORES” at Sajnekhali wildlife sanctuary in Sundarban Tiger reserve in India.
“Black Bengal Goats” in the village countryside along the river embankment.
Pakharala village on Gosaba Island in the Sundarban mangrove forests. The hay of the harvested paddy is used for cattle feed and house roofing.
Crab Eating Macaque at Sudhanyakhali Camp in the Sundarban Tiger Reserve in Bengal in India.
A tour of the “Sundarban Tiger Reserve” in Bengal in India.
Outside our resort on the Embankment of Pakharala village in Sundarban Tiger reserve engulfed early morning mist.
AQUATIC BIRD-WATCHING IN THE SUNDARBANS :- Tourist launches near the coast for viewing migratory aquatic birds.
View of the Sundarbans on boat journey from Godhkali port to Pakharala village on Gosaba Island.
Boats cruising in the Sundarbans mangrove forests in Bengal.