World’s Largest Mangrove Forest – Sundarbans Tour

World’s Largest Mangrove Forest – Sundarbans Tour

“World’s largest mangrove forest Sundarbans tour”

If you wanna find yourself in the deep nature and river or merge yourself with the sea, river and green forest or wanna see the union of blue sky, river and nature itself must go to Sundarban.

Sundarbans, By hearing the name reminds us of the Royal Bengal Tiger in our eternal canvas. There are rows of Sundari, Gewa, Keora, and round leaf forests which are dressed by thousands of different plants and animals. Sundarbans, is the largest mangrove forest in the world. And so the presence of Sundarbans has made the nature of Bangladesh diverse on the one hand and makes our Bengali nation, our Bangladesh proud of the whole world.

  • The world’s largest mangrove forest sundarbans covers about 10,000 square kilometers in the basins of padma, meghna and brahmaputra rivers. Of which 6017 sq km of land belongs to Bangladesh.
  • In 1997, UNESCO recognized the Sundarbans as a World Heritage Site.

Some of the best touring spot of Sundarbans:

(1) Karamjal, (2) Bone Baria (3) Supati Canal

(4) Mrigamari, (5) Tinkona Island

(6) Katka, (7) Jamtala, (8) Hiron Point

(9) Patcosta, (10) Dobeki, (11) Kaga Dobaki

(12) Natabaki, (13) Pushpadi, (14) Mandarbaria

(15) Putni Char, (16) Bangbandhu Island, (17) Keora Suti

(18) Giller Forest, (19) Sheikh’s Tech,

(20) Kachikhali,

(21) Dublar Char.

Some Spectacular Topics of Sundarbans

  • Green fresh respiratory forests
  • Constant hide and seek in the tide
  • The beauty of silence and aesthetics
  • Magical deer and playfull Monekys
  • Tiger in the land while crocodile’s in the water
  • Beautiful Alorakol, Kataka and Mandarbaria beaches
  • A combination of numerous river drains and creeks,
  • Numerous fish, including shrimps, crabs
  • Various species of dolphins, including rare Irrawaddy,
  • Keora, Rolling, Bain, Beautiful Tree,
  • Strange tree-long round leaves!
  • A variety of wood and sweets,
  • The great fish drying field is the doublar char,
  • Uniform forests of IndiaBangladesh,
  • Charming union of See – river at Kataka and Hiran Points

Karamjal

This place is knows as the breeding spot for crocodile and deer. But the most iconic thing is the flippancy of the local monkeys. they will take away food whenever they get to see some. Green plants, respiratory roots, and a lot of deer and pig footprints on the ground on either side of the road. You will get to see deer roaming open (Avoid feeding or hurting them). The big two crocodiles are also named Romeo and Juliet.
You can buy deer food (grass) from where you want to give food. Then you can go there with the trail of Karamjal (Beware of wildlife). The trees around the trail are a little less than the bones But it’s beautiful.
He’ll get a lot of big 5feet+ long.

Harbaria


The first thing that catches my eye when I go to Harbaria is the golpata tree and golphal. There are many round fruit trees. Surrounded by numerous golpata trees. Here we first see the footprints of a mother tiger and two baby tigers.
Harbaria honey is very good. If you buy honey, it is better to buy it from here

Jamtalah


This beach is what is called terribly beautiful. If you want to go here, you have to walk about 6 miles in total. You have to go here through the jungle. There is also a very beautiful small pond here.
Next to this beach, there are huge tree trunks destroyed by various natural calamities. The color of the water here is a little dark.
And if luck is on your side, you can see Irrawaddy dolphins. All the while we were there, a dolphin was jumping in the water. It’s a really beautiful place.

Katak office par:


I saw the most deer here and was accompanied by wild pigs. In the morning, when our launch stopped on the shore, one of our group saw a pair of tigers in this cut.
A huge whale skeleton was found in an abandoned building next to the beach. Locals said the whale was trapped here during the Sidr.

Kotka beach:


Kotka Sea Beach is one of the most interesting places in the Sundarbans. Cuttack is located about 90 km from the port of Mongla and is the main center of the Sundarbans East Sanctuary.

One of the main attractions of the Sundarbans is the Royal Bengal Tiger. But seeing tigers in the forest is as risky as it is heavy. However, both the sighting of the tiger and its safe stay are possible from the Katka Sanctuary, an excellent tourist destination in the Sundarbans. One of the main attractions of the Sundarbans is the Royal Bengal Tiger. Apart from this, Katka Sanctuary has always occupied a special place in the list of tourist favorites due to the presence of beautiful Chitra deer herds, different species of birds, calm nature and various wild animals.

Hiron Point:


It is also known as Nilkamal.

Here on the way to Asarsa I saw a huge single crocodile lying on the bank and basking in the sun. Moals are cooking in boats along the edge of the forest some distance away. At any moment, a tiger or a crocodile can attack them. What a strange uncertain life.
Hiranpoint full of trees. Narrow wooden road, garana, gewa, sundari, then a little seating, all in all a beautiful environment surrounded by greenery.

Kachikhali:

Kachikhali is the dense jungle around the Sundarbans narrow river as shown in the National Geographic. It is basically a canal where you can go around by boat.

Snakes, chameleons and some other rare animals can be seen while walking here. We saw forest rooster and guisap.

Dublar Char:


An impossibly beautiful island, famous for fishing. We got off the boat and saw numerous shark cubs lying on the shore. And living snakes. We also saw a dead octopus.
Those who like dried fish can definitely buy it from here. There are only dried fish and dried fish around here and the price is comparatively less, very fresh, and medicine is free.

The island is bounded on the east by the Pashur River, on the west by the Shibsa River and on the other by the Bay of Bengal.
There are many jellyfish in the sea water. You can touch it by touching the water.
I have never seen such a lonely, tidy, beautiful island.
There are no locals here. Those who are there stay here for four months and go out of business.

Travel
Dhaka-Khulna / Mongla___

How to go to Khulna

There are regular buses to Khulna from Gabtali / Kalyanpur / Abdullahpur in Dhaka via Aricha ferry. Non AC bus fare is 550 and AC 1300.
You have to get off the bus and go to the launch ghat by rickshaw or auto.
And if you go to Khulna by train, you don’t have to get off at the station and take any other car. Because the station and the launch dock are completely covered.

How to get to Mongla:

There is a direct bus from Sayedabad to Mongla. These semi-chair coach buses leave between 8pm and 8.30pm and reach Mongla between 5-6pm. And the rent will be 350-450.
Besides, a Grameen Paribahan car goes to Mongla from Gazipur.

Travel expense:


Are there different package tours? There are tours of 8000 to 10000 rupees! If you want to go, you have to contact! There are several tour operators who take groups from Khulna to the Sundarbans! Anyone can form a group and travel to the Sundarbans by contacting any tour operator and renting a launch.

Launches with 30 to 60 beds are usually available from Khulna. If your team is small in size (two to four people) you can tour the Sundarbans by combining them with others. Usually every Fri-Sun or Mon / Tue-Wed / Thu: Operators have packages from Khulna Launch Ghat. There is also the possibility of having a package every day, but not sure. And if the number of people is equal to one launch, then you can take a launch inside the package.

These packages are also made from Mongla, but there is no regular package for one or two people. To save time, many people bring the launches from Khulna to Mongla and package them from there.

A new service has been launched from Mongla. Even if there is a group of 10 to 20 people, you can take a launch by yourself in the package. It will also have your privacy, there is a possibility of getting better service as there are less people. And the launch time from Mongla takes less than 3 hours.

The packages in the Sundarbans include launch fare, fuel, food, snacks, everyone’s official side, revenue, guide, gunman, all other expenses including small boat trip to the forest from the time of boarding the ship to the time of return to the port. Of course, even if you take Hughes in your pocket, there is no place to spend it! Many also package from Dhaka. The possible cost from Khulna or Mongla is mentioned here.

Esitmated Budget:

The average cost of a medium-sized tour, depending on the quality of the food and the ship, is around Rs 6,000-7,000.

If you want to go better, there is also a package up to Rs 19,000 per head.

And I was trying to reduce the cost of the Sundarbans tour. Accordingly, the good news for the students is that if there are 35 to 40 people, it is possible to travel to the Sundarbans for three days for 4000-5000 rupees.

There are usually boats with the ship even if it is turned around. Early in the morning, take a boat tour of the canals / rivers in the Sundarbans. It feels great.

If there are about 35-40 people in the group then you can rent a launch or ship yourself. The cost will depend on what type of service you want to get. I mean food quality, ship quality and size. If you want to travel with too much luxury then 20 K per person is enough (all expenses will be included). And 8K will be enough if you want medium quality service (all costs will be included in it). If you can create your own group, the cost will definitely come down a lot in both cases. And for those who can’t group, they have to find an agency.

Wherever I go, I don’t leave any memories except footprints

It is our responsibility to protect nature. So let’s not call any kind of plastic, polythene and natural disaster.

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