Sundarbans National park

Sundarbans National park

world's largest mangrove forest hosting the rare bengal tiger

Location: 

Mongla, Bangladesh

Duration: 

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Sunderbans National Park: in the north-west of Bangladesh
  2. Animals: tigers, crocodiles, 260 bird species and many more
  3. UNESCO: largest mangrove forest in the world (140,000 ha)
  4. Rivers: delta of the Ganges, Brahmaputra and Meghna
  5. My trip: just a day trip from Khulna and then a boat ride

Image sources

  1. Walking through the swamps
  2. Embarking a small wooden boat
  3. Me enjoying the natural forest
  4. Spotting a crocodile in Sunderbans
  5. Many lovely deer in the cage

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