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The world’s largest contiguous mangrove forest hosts an amazing faunal & floral diversity, including one of the largest remaining population of Royal Bengal Tigers, the endangered estuarine crocodile, Ganges River dolphins as well as an astounding variety of birds. Join our AdventureCruise and explore this intricate maze of tidal waterways, a natural treasure of Bangladesh.

Sundarbans is the largest mangrove forest of the world, having more than 6000 Square Kilometer of its 10,000 Square kilometer in Bangladesh. This is a national park and UNESCO heritage since 1997. One of the major lives in this forest is the Royal Bengal Tiger, which is believed to have only 500 members still alive. Spotted dears, Monkeys, Crocodiles are among other commonly seen animals in the jungle.

Recent studies revealed that the Bangladesh Sundarbans support diverse biological resources including at least 120 species of commercially important fishes, 270 species of birds, 42 species of mammals, 35 reptiles and eight amphibian species. Winter is perfect time for visiting Sundarbans.

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