Information to Mangrove Forest Sundarban :
Mangrove Forest Sundarban is a natural wonder, it is the largest mangrove forest in the world or saline forests. The total size of the Sundarbans is about 10 thousand square kilometers, which is jointly between Bangladesh and India. The area of Bangladesh of Sundarbans is 6,017 sq km. Sundarbans Bangladesh is part of Khulna, Satkhira, Bagerhat, Patuakhali and Barguna districts. In 1997, the UNESCO recognized the Sundarbans as the world heritage site. The Sunderbans, rich in biography, will be said to be less than the organism and plant museum.
The Sundarbans covers a total of 1,874 sq km. The Sundarbans are known for the habitat of numerous species of animals, including various wild animals like the Royal Bengal Tiger, Chitra Deer, Crocodile and Snakes. There are about 350 species of plants, 120 species of fish, 270 species of birds, 42 species of mammals, 35 reptiles and 8 amphibians. The name of the Sundarbans is named after the beautiful tree. The waterway is the only way to go inside the Sundarbans. Suitable time for winter Sundarbans tour.
What we have to watch in the Sundarbans :
There is a observation tower in Jamtala, this tower can be seen together in some parts of the beauty of the Sundarbans. If luck is good then you can get deer or tiger from here. Mandarbariya beach: Some parts of the sea beach of Mandarbariya are still considered unidentified. Sunrise and sunset can be seen from here.
Some parts of the sea beach of Mandarbariya are still considered unidentified. Sunrise and sunset can be seen from here.
Deer, monkey, giuseppe and crocus are found on a beautiful street walk through a diamond point of wood. Occasionally there is a meeting of the Bengal Tiger.
A small pond in the Sundarbans area is the Pearl of Dublar. The rivers of the Bay of Bengal get mixed in the Bay of Bengal.
Katka Sea Beach is very clean and beautiful. Here the red crab artwork is painted around the belfry.
How can you go sundarban :
There are buses, trains and launches from Dhaka directly to Khulna. The buses of Sohag, Hanif and Eagle Paribahan from Dhaka travel regularly to Khulna from 6am to 11pm in the morning. It takes about 8 hours to go from Dhaka to Khulna. There are several companies launching from Dhaka Sadarghat Launch Terminal to Khulna.
To see the Mangrove Forest Sundarbans from Lanna, 50km away to go to Mongla. There are private cars and buses going from Khulna to Mongla. You can go to the Sundarbans Karamazal in two hours by renting a trawler or launch from Mongla Ghat. If you want to see the Sundarbans in Khulna, then you can return to Khulna in the evening.
But the most convenient way to visit the Sundarbans is to visit a good tour company package.
What will be required during the journey to the Sundarbans :
1. Keep safe drinking water, because there is no source of drinking water in the Sundarbans.
2. Keep with the necessary medicines and primary treatment items.
3. Arrange an experienced tour operator.
4. Keep up with the well-armed and armed forest guard for safety in the Sundarbans tour.