শনিবার, ২৩ অক্টোবর ২০২১, ০৮:৩২ অপরাহ্ন
Visit the Sundarbans to enjoy the biodiversity.
Tourists come and go throughout the year to enjoy the biodiversity of the Sundarbans, the largest mangrove forest in the world. However, during the winter season, the number of tourists in the most developed areas of the south-western Bay of Bengal in Bangladesh continues to increase. The sea, mountains or tea gardens are seen a lot.
Wondering how to spend this winter vacation? You can visit the Sundarbans surrounded by natural mysteries. You can enjoy the chirping of monkeys, the chirping of birds, the croaking of peacocks, the chirping of chital deer, the call of forest roosters, the crocodile, the harial, the python coiled with trees, the roar of bees and the roar of the world famous Royal Bengal Tiger.
There are also 330 species of trees, 260 species of birds, 14 species of reptiles, 42 species of wild animals and 210 species of fish including 32 species of shrimp. Tourists are now attracted to the Sundarbans because of these breathtaking views. Compared to the past, the number of tourists in the Sundarbans has increased manifold. If you don’t want to be on the television screen now, you can actually come back from the mangrove forest Sundarbans, a green land of amazing natural beauty.
But many people think that visiting the Sundarbans is quite dangerous. But now you can safely return to the Sundarbans if you want. In this case you can take the help of a tour company or an experienced tour guide. The best time to visit the Sundarbans every year is from mid-October to April. A number of tourism centers have already been set up in the Sundarbans to cope with the pressure of tourists.
Sundarbans travel is a little different than other places of interest. So before traveling to the Sundarbans, find out when to go, how to go, where to stay or with whom to go. The details of the Sundarbans trip have been highlighted keeping in mind the travel-loving readers-
Go see what
The Sundarbans is home to more than 365 species of wildlife, including the Royal Bengal Tiger, Chitra deer, wild boar, monkey, crocodile, dolphin, tortoise, otter, cat and wild cat. In addition, 450 small and big rivers and canals that are entangled like a net in the Sundarbans will get immense opportunity to travel.
Sundarbans tourist destination
The Sundarbans, the largest wildlife sanctuary in Bangladesh, has ample opportunities for tourists to see the natural beauty. However, Katka, known as Tiger Point of Sharankhola, Kachikhali Sanctuary, Karamjal Wildlife and Crocodile Breeding Center, Ecotourism Center at Kalagachhia, Nilkamal Sanctuary at Hiranpoint, Dublarchar, Manikkhali, Andarmanik and Anarmanik are in the area.
There is no provision for tourists to stay and eat in the Sundarbans. If tourists want to spend the night in the Sundarbans, they have to make arrangements by boat. However, if you contact in advance, you can also take the opportunity to spend your vacation in the restroom inside the Sundarbans.
Cost of travel to Sundarbans
The Sundarbans can be traveled for three days and two nights for 10 to 15 thousand taka through a tour company. Tourists who want to visit Sundarbans through tour companies usually join the tourist fleet after coming to Bagerhat or Khulna. Many travelers travel to the Sundarbans on their own without a tour company.
How to get to the Sundarbans
There is no opportunity to go directly to the Sundarbans from the capital Dhaka. If you want to visit the Sundarbans, you have to go to Bagerhat by bus and launch from Dhaka. There are two types of buses from Dhaka, AC and non-AC. In that case the fare of non-AC bus will be 450 to 500 taka. It takes 7 to 8 hours to reach Bagerhat by road from Dhaka. Mongla has to be crossed by road from Bagerhat for about 50 km. The Sundarbans can be seen only after going some distance by boat from Mongla.