Located between Bangladesh and India, Sundarbans is the world’s largest mangrove forest. It lies in the mouth of the Ganges river and is composed of mangrove forests, swamps and forest island all interwoven in a network of small rivers and streams. It covers an area of approximately 10,000 square kilometers.
Sundarbans is home to the Royal Bengal Tiger and many different animals including species of birds, spotted deer, crocodiles and snakes. It is considered a UNESCO World Heritage site and was designated a Ramsar site on May 21, 1992. It was also nominated as one of the New 7 Wonders of the World, though didn’t make to the final 14.