Tin Kona Island
Tin Kona Island
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Alfredo812
Miami, FL437 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2016 • Family
We have never seen such a scene. It is actually teen kona and water frequently gets waves at the juncture ! Do spend some time sitting there and watching the nature.
Written 31 October 2016
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junglestay
Gosaba20 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2016 • Family
Experienced the beauty of nature. The high tide water reaches up to 12 feet and flooded the Jungle. when it is low tide water level reduced and it becomes picturesque due to the combination of river water, mud and lush green forest. eally unforgettable experience.
Written 10 August 2016
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Heather P
Dartford, UK64 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2016 • Couples
We spent 4 days gently cruising round the waterways and islands of the Sunderbans, exploring the creeks, watching the wildlife, hoping to see tigers. It was an amazing and unforgettable experience. We had a very knowledgeable local guide on our boat. He was born and brought up in the Sunderbans, had taught himself English, and in his spare time, taught the children from his village English and Maths. We saw crocodiles, some were huge, water monitor lizards, all sorts of birds, deer, crabs, wild boar, but sadly no tigers. Even so, our visit was incredible. This remote area has no electricity, no running water. Everything has to arrive at these villages and islands by boat, as we did, a 3 hour car drive and 2 hour boat trip to reach the tiger camp, then more hours on the boat, through the mangrove to approach the heart of the reserve.
Written 20 April 2016
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