Visit the most glorious sights of Bangladesh, including all three UNESCO World Heritage sights – Bagerhat, Sundarbans, and Sompur Mahabhihara, with spending three days at Srimangal – the tea capital of Bangladesh, a day tour to Sonargaon – the old capital of Bengal, and overnight leisure trip on paddle steamer called Rocket. Get a taste of green forest and wildlife, combining with exploring some great archaeological sites and experiencing the life of people.


The Sundarbans is a vast forest in the coastal region of the Bay of Bengal, considered one of the natural wonders of the world, it was recognized in 1997 as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Located in the delta region of Padma, Meghna and Brahmaputra river basins, this unique Sundarban Tourist forest area extends across South 24 Parganas and, North 24 Parganas districts of West Bengal State, India and Khulna, Satkhira, Bagerhat districts of Bangladesh. The Sundarbans is the world’s largest coastal mangrove forest, with an area of approximately 10,000 sq km; of which approximately 6,000 sq km is situated in Bangladesh. The uninterrupted landmark, have been listed separately in the UNESCO World Heritage List: as “Sundarban”. Sundarban is a network of marine streams, mud shores and mangrove forest. The region is known to contain numerous species of animals, birds and reptiles, including Royal Bengal Tiger, Chital Deer, Crocodile and Snakes. On 21 May 1992, the Sundarbans was recognized as a Ramsar Site of ecological importance. Sundarban is the most favorite Mangrove forest all over The World. Sundarban Tourist provides the opportunity to have a mysterious journey inside The Sundarbans. Tourist can have a real view of bio-diversity of Sundarban through Sundarban Tourist by a tour inside Sundarban for 3 or 4 days.


The world’s largest natural mangrove forest situated in Khulna, Bagerhat and Satkhira districts is our Sundarbans. This forest is located on the banks of the Bay of Bengal.


About 6,01,700 hectares which is 4.13% of the country’s area and 38.12% of forest area controlled forestry.

Plant species:

Sundari, Gewa, Keora, Pashur, Bain, Kakra etc. are the main tree species of the forest.


The important wildlife of this forest is Royal Bengal Tiger, Deer, Monkeys, Pigs, Crocodiles, Dolphins, Guysap, Seashell, Hariyal, Balhans, Gangchil, Bak, Madanatak, Maralhans, Chakha, Eagle, Chil Macharanga etc.

Rivers / canals:

The major rivers flowing through this forest are : Pashur, Shibsa, Baleshwar, Rayamangal etc. Besides, hundreds of canals spread like a trap in the forest.


Not just tree resources, this forest is also a large reservoir of fish resources. Fish are found in hilsa, laita, knife, paw, rupchandha, vetki, parse, goda, Bagada, Chittra etc.

How to Visit the Sundarbans?

The Sundarbans is shared roughly 60-40 between Bangladesh and India and you can visit it from either country. The India side is more easily accessible, but Bangladesh offers the chance to explore the forests in more depth. For foreigners have to come to Bangladesh by Air and the travel to district of Sundarbans Khulna by Bus, Train or Air. Then here in Khulna we provide tourism facilities. We prove very well decorated and low price, small or larger ship facilities. And we operate the tour with our highest responsibilities, cordially ensure our honourable visitors an amazing and fresh tourism experience in Sundarbans.

Why Visit  The Sundarbans?

The Sundarbans tour is just as comfortable as the adventure. On the one hand, in the city’s dusty, black smoke, in the midst of heavy winds of life, instead of walking around in the middle of the haystack you may experience a stream of wildlife which is completely filled with wild environment that is full of wild animals besides the famous Royal Bengal tiger!

The star attraction is the Royal Bengal tiger. Around 400 of these magnificent creatures call the Sundarbans home, making this the largest single population of tigers on earth. Despite their reputation as man-eaters, they are extremely difficult to spot, but the thrill of trying to track one down is hard to overstate. And even if you see none, simply sitting on the deck of your boat as you float through thick mangrove forests is an unforgettably dreamy.


The largest mangrove forest in the world is a mist-shrouded, river-riddled swamp region of shifting tides, man-eating tigers and off-the-beaten-track adventure. It’s surrounded on three sides by two of the most densely populated countries on earth –India and Bangladesh – yet it remains remote, inhospitable and largely uninhabited by people. This is truly wild terrain, and chug-chugging along its river channels into its swampy heart of darkness is as thrilling.

Dipping into the mangrove forests on a day trip is a great taste of the mangroves, but to truly experience the thrill of an adventure  and the serenity of the Sundarbans you need to delve deep into the swamps on a three or four-day boat trip. This is best done from the Bangladesh town of Khulna. You’ll eat and sleep onboard your main tour boat, but you’ll also get the chance to break out into smaller groups and track tigers, either on foot (accompanied by armed forest guards) or on smaller boats (along narrower river channels).

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