A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this 4,300 square km national park lies at the tip of West Bengal. It is the largest National Park in India. The Ganges, Brahmaputra and Meghna rivers converge to form a huge delta, that is teeming with wildlife – the most famous of which are the regal Bengal tigers. You can also see sea turtles and a startling array of reptiles.

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