Trip to Sundarbans Forest, Home of the Royal Beng

Trip to Sundarbans Forest, Home of the Royal Beng

Trip to Sundarbans Forest, Home of the Royal Beng

Trip to Sundarbans Forest, Home of the Royal Bengal Tiger

3 Days & 4 Nights

Start From: Taka per Person

Sundarbans is the largest mangrove forest in the world. The total area of the Sundarbans reserved forest including the West Bengal portion, comprises of 10,000 sq. km., of which Bangladesh portion is approximately 6000 sq.km. inclusive of new emerging islands.This is now one of the famous world heritage declared by UNESCO and the homeland of world famous Royal Bengal Tiger. About 30,000 beautiful spotted deer live in sundarban. There are over 120 different species of fish in Sundarban. In Sundarban, not less than 270 variety of birds are found and more than 50 species of reptiles have found in Sundarban and Eight species of amphibians are seen in Sundarban.

Day-1:
Leave Dhaka in the evening at 22:30 by AC Night Coach for Khulna.

Day-2:
Arrival at Khulna in the in the early morning, and will be transferred to our Ship and immediately the boat will start cruising towards the Sundarbans Forest.  We’ll arrive at Kotka around 1600hrs. In the late afternoon hiking in the Kotka forest area to see wild life and forest. Back to the boat in the evening and will overnight at Kotka on the boat.

Day-3:
Early in the morning we shall offer trip through small creeks and canals by country boat to see the wildlife and feel the forest from very close. After breakfast Jungle walk, etc will be offered. At around 12:00hrs start cruising towards Kochikhali wildlife sanctuary, upon arrival Jungle walk near forest office. Bar – B – Q dinner on boat & overnight on the boat at Kochikhali.

Day-4:
Early in the morning we shall offer trip through small creeks and canals by country boat. Around 12:00hrs leave Kochikhali for Mongla. Arrive at Khulna in the evening. After dinner drive back to Dhaka by a/c coach. (Overnight drive)

Day-5:
Upon arrival at Dhaka in the morning, end the tour.