It is the only mangrove habitat in the world for Royal Bengal Tigers. Considering the great value of Sundarbans it has become now the part of world heritage area. Therefore, the forest is equally important to the nature-loving tourists. In addition, it’s being important to the naturalists, ecologists, biologists and for the scientific researchers as well. King Cobra, World’s longest venomous snake is also found in the jungles of Sundarbans. Shikra birds, spotted deer, and Lesser Adjutants are few of the animals living in this enchanting forest. Nothing can be more thrilling than watching a Monitor Lizards swimming across one of the channels, deer grazing at the end of the woods and colorful birds chirping happily in the trees while you take a relaxing boat ride. The best time to visit the Sundarbans is from mid-November to mid-February. During this time.
• 3 days
This private day trip takes you to Sundarban to visit some of the most Bangladesh’s majestic wildlife sanctuary destinations, including the Karamjal Wildlife Center and Harbaria Mangrove Trail.
• 13 hours
The Sundarbans is a cluster of Islands-the single largest mangrove forest of the world and popularly known as the home of Royal Bengal Tiger. Located at the estuary of the great Ganges spanning over more than 1065000 hectors of land on the south-west part of Bangladesh and the south-eastern portion of the state of West Bengal, India. Bangladesh possesses about 62% which covers an area about 6036 sq. km of the total forest area.The whole of the Sundarbans forest has been declared as reserved forest having 3 wild life sanctuaries: “Sundarbans East”, “Sundarbans West” and “Sundarbans South” with the total sanctuary areas which stand 139, 698 hectares. It has been declared as the world heritage site by the UNESCO in 1997.
• 3 days