Kalash Island Tiger Project is a part of Sundarbans National Park that lies at the estuary of River Matla. The royal Bengal tigers often come here to drink sweet water from a pond near the camp. During winters, this place becomes the breeding ground of the Olive Ridley turtles that arrive in great numbers on this beach for nesting. Being close to the core area, visitors to this forest are allowed to go to the beach only with armed forest guards. One can also spot a diverse variety of coastal birds on Kalash Island and thus many birdwatchers consider it a favourite site. One can also visit the Crocodile Project at Bhagbatpur from here and see a variety of crocodiles that are housed there.

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