11 March, 2015

Bangladeshi Natural Region Sundarbans-Great for tidal tour

Sunadarbans is the largest natural region and world largest mangrove forest. The history of the Sundarbans can be identified in 200-300 AD. The forest covers at most 10000 square kilometer and from that 60% in Bangladesh other 40% in India. The Royal Bengal Tiger is the most noted wild animal in this tidal forest. The Bangladeshi government has made a National Park in the forest gateway for the visitor. There are many tidal trees in the forest such as Heritiera fomes, Excoecaria agollocha, Ceriops decandra, Sonneratia apetala etc. There are many kind of wild animal in the forest and Royel bengal tiger, Hog Deer, Monkey, Bear, Betagur Basca, Python molurus, Bubalis, Crocodile etc are the mainly noted. There are many safe zone for the tourists in the Sundarbans to travel safely. The Bangladeshi government has took the place safe for the foreign tourist to moove safely and there are also strong armed forces security for the visitors.

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Safe traveling canal in sundarbans


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The wild green nature


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Some tidal fisher man landing their boat

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Dear in Sundarbans


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The Royal Bengal Tiger in the forest

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Some cottage in the safe zone

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The Deer in the mangrove forest

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Some professional collecting long Leaf


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The water path in the forest


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Sundarbans Park



In the tidal mangrove there are some secure rest houses from the Bangladeshi government and some Echo Park has been made for recreation.

Tour Facilities: Sundarbans is in Southern part of Bangladesh and near the beach of Bay of Bengal.
It is very easy to go from the capital city Dhaka to Khulna over the highway and from the Khulna city there are many engine boat to go to the forest safe zone. There is a forest information  center in Khulna to have the guideline to move. Read More
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