- This region is home to some of the finest national parks in the country. No enthusiastic traveler or a wildlife lover can ever skip the rich wildlife sanctuaries that are home to some of the most fascinating animal. The distinct climate and topography helps in keeping the variety of flora and fauna thriving. The national park of the state not only are a wildlife treasure, they are surrounded by some of the most exotic locations, that make a trip to these parks worth. The most famous beyond questions is the Sunderbans National park. Earned recognition for the Royal Bengal Tigers, it also is the largest Mangrove forest in the world. Being close to Bay of Bengal, most of the parks are traversed by many perennial exquisiteness of the national parks and tributaries making them an ideal place for wildlife to flourish.

Sikkim being an ecological hotspot of the lower Himalayas, it is one of the three Eco regions of India. The thick forest has diverse range of fauna and flora. It has a wide variety of plants and is one of the few regions to exhibit such a diversity in a small area.