A unique eco-tourism destination, the Sundarbans, is the largest Mangrove Forest on earth and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It stretches about 80km into the Bangladeshi and Indian mainland from the coast of the Bay of Bengal. 60% of this mist-shrouded forest is located in Bangladesh. Though this 10,500km 2 forest area is surrounded by two of the most densely populated country on three sides, it remains remote, inhospitable, and largely uninhabited by people. Intersected by a complex network of rivers and creeks, mudflats, and tiny islands, this amazing forest is comprised of two elementary Eco regions: The Mangrove Forest and the Freshwater Swamp Forest. The Mangrove Forest and the Freshwater Swamp Forest. The word Sundarbans means a beautiful forest. However, the name is derived from the “Sundari” trees which are seen here plentifully. This forest is mainly famous for the Royal Bengal Tiger but you’ll also see here the spotted deer, saltwater crocodiles, and different types of birds. This huge forest provides a habitat for 42 species of mammal, 290 species of bird, 120 species of fish, 50 species of reptiles, and 8 species of amphibians.


Located on the southeast corner of the Sundarbans, this place is one of the most tourists visited place. Tourists come here to see tigers, spotted deer and different types of birds. You can easily see the wildlife of Sundarbans from the 40 feet high wooden watchtower.


Located 14km to the east of Katka, Kochikhali features dense forests facing the Bay of Bengal. Boating along the Kochikhali Khal will provide you the glimpse of basking crocodiles, deer, wild boar, lizards and a lot of birds. Even, sometimes you can see the famous Royal Bengal Tiger.

Hiron Point

Headquarter of the South Wildlife Sanctuary, Hiron Point, is one of the most visited places in Sundarbans. Tourists come to this graceful spot to see tigers and other rare and spectacular wildlife such as monkey, crocodiles, otter, snakes etc. Also known as Nilkamal, this place is also famous for different types of birds.

Jamtola Beach

Though this beach is not a famous one, this lonesome beach is a nice and clean beach in Bangladesh. For its remote location, deep in the Sundarbans beside the Bay of Bengal not many people come here. But if you come here and spend some time on this serene beach, it will be an unforgettable experience in your life.

Dublar Char

This beautiful Sundarbans tourist attraction island is well-known for its picturesque scenarios and fishing and dry fish processing activities. Located to the southwest of Katka and southeast of Hiron Point, Dublar Char is famous for the three days long Rush Mela. Then Thousands oe here to join this festival from different parts of the country.


This magnificent visiting place in Sundarbans serves as a deer breeding and wildlife rearing center. To see different precious and rare species of wildlife thousands of tourists make their way to Karamjol, a ranger station deep in the forest.