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Sundarbans, Bangladesh

Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.4/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web
World Heritage Site Sundarbans spreads over 10,000 sq m (3,900 sq mi) and is the largest tidal saltmarsh mangrove forest in the world. Literally translated as 'beautiful forest' from the Bengali language, the protected forest shelters crocodiles, monkeys, turtles and around 400 Bengali Tigers, the largest reserve to protect the endangered beast. Take a boat tour along the river past submerged trees and admire the forest canopy and wildlife within. Boat trips often provide food and refreshments along the way, and remember to wear mosquito repellent. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Sundarbans and many more Dhaka City attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Dhaka City trip generator.
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  • Excellent place if you visit bangladesh you must go sundarbans and stay over there at lest 5 days. Also eat some bangladeshi golda shrimp. Thanks. 
  • A good place visit for a short trip. You will be able to see the world's one of the largest mangrove forest and lots of monkeys moving freely in freedom. There is a hatchery for crocodiles and some pe...  read more »
  • one of my most memorable trips. Sunder- bans are amazing, the rivers, mangrove forests and the Bangla Tigers if one is lucky like me to spot . great experience of a three day boat stay. best time to t...  read more »
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