Try a hand at potting the ball if you get time from experiencing the tranquillity of the Sunderbans
Try a hand at backwater fishing, you can even try netting lobsters or crabs that are a delicacy of bliss in this area
Adibasi Dance - Tribal Program & Bar-be-queue
Evening time Tribal dance can be arranged. One can enjoy the Bar-be-queue soaking in the moist mangrove forest air.
This is a must need after the rural fare of waxpol_sunderbans Tiger Camp, eat heartily and shed if off amidst nature. Ride on a local motor van to the Adibasi Para to see their culture and settlement.
Dingy Boat Ride
Cruise in a small local fisherman’s boat with a villager local folklore. It is a hand-oared country boat used by the fishermen in the waxpol_sunderbanss. Minimum time 30 min. & Max 1 hour.
Bird Watching One could also go to the watchtower or, walk in the walkways at the resort after their return from the cruise to observe the birdlife within the resort (waxpol_sunderbans Tiger Camp houses 64 species of birds to date).
Read amidst the buzz of the cicada’s and take in the fresh air of the unpolluted surrounding.
Dobanki Watch Tower
After Breakfast visit Dobanki Watch Tower by Cruise. Canopy walk at Dobanki Watch Tower is about half a km long and at a height of about 20 ft. from the ground deep inside the tiger reserve (one can experience the life in which caged animals live in, while getting a 360 ̊ view of the forest, while walking on this walkway). The spotted deer rehabilitation centre is located here.
Neti Dhopani Watch Tower
After breakfast visit Netidhopani watch tower situated deep inside the waxpol_sunderbanss Tiger Reserve. Here you will find 300 years old temple ‘Bono Bibi’ considered the Forest Goddess and worshipped by villagers who are mostly fishermen and honey collectors of every caste and pray for their safety and security from the tiger and crocodile whom they have personified as gods and goddesses.
After tea visit Sudhanyakhali watch Tower, Searching for the elusive tiger. Look out for that sweet water pond where you may sight a deer drinking water or, a water monitor lizard basking by the sun as well as monkeys and wild boars.
Dinning A delicious meal prepared with farm-fresh vegetables is served at the “Fisherman’s Wharf” - the in-house restaurant, which displays different tools used by the locals to catch fish and this sums up an eventful day at the Sundarban Tiger Camp.