Awesome sundarbans experience ...very professional.Good stay and delicious food.
Lalitha and her group of five senior lady citizens( two UK nationals)
I am very much satisfied with GoingWild's Wildlife/Birding tours (1) Kanchenjunga Biosphere, East Sikkim (2) Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary, West Bengal and (3) Pangolakha Wildlife Sanctuary , East Sikkim. The tour mentor Mr. Dibyendu has in-depth knowledge of wildlife in those areas. Moreover, the tour planning, accommodation and food arrangements are really appreciable. I am joining their upcoming Sundarban Wildlife Photography Tour in Nov 2017 and also North Sikkim Birding Tour in Mar 2019. I sincerely wish GoingWild a grand success in their sincere endeavours for promoting the awareness of Wildlife and offering opportunities of such budget tours for nature lovers. Hats off to three musketeers - Dibyendu, Somyajit and Tamanud.
- Jayant Gole
I absolutely loved the trip to Pangolakha, East Sikkim, which was lead by Dibyendu. He has amazing knowledge of the local landscape, birds and habitats, which helped us a lot in finding some really elusive species. Without him we would not have been able to see them. Living with the locals, in a remote village and birding in the high mountains, was surreal. Not to mention, seeing the breathtaking snow covered mountains for the first time in my life, at Nathang Valley, was a dream come true. This trip will be a memorable experience for me.
Also, I find Goingwild a very good affordable option compared to all the other birding tours offered in North East. Definitely worth it
- Subhasmita Patro
The trip to MWLS was awesome. More than 85% of the birds were a lifer for me
- Radhika Ananthakrishnan
Thanks #GoingWild, for a wonderful trip to Sundarbans. Never thought would see a Tiger in this mysterious mangrove forest, but with the help of Soumyajit Nandy's well planned trip and with the tremendous efforts of our guide Ashok, we had a decent sighting of "The Sundarbans Tiger". One thing I realised is - tracking tigers in Sundarbans is not an easy job and it is completely different from the jeep safaris done in other tiger parks. One has to constantly look through the bushes at the fringes of water, to find any moving shadow or stripes. With the monotonous movement of the boat, that makes one easily fall asleep or get lost in memories, our guide was constantly looking for wildlife irrespective of the harsh weather. Surprisingly, it was too cold & windy and it was difficult to stay in the front side of the boat. We had some great sightings including Asian small clawed Otters, Leopard Cat, Buffy Fish Owl, Osprey, White-bellied Sea Eagle, Peregrine Falcon, Slaty breasted Rail, Brown winged Kingfisher and lots of Salt water Crocodiles.
Overall we had a great trip with excellent guide, amazing food and boatmen.
- Vinodh Ve
Complete wildlife tour both in terms of learning, enjoying and seeing wildlife and hospitality. Have so far opted for 3 fantastic tours to Sunderbans, looking forward to more such journeys with you to other forests of India and outside as well.