The Sundarbans is a huge forest in the coasts of the Bay of Bengal and regarded as one of the natural wonders of the world. Located in the delta region of the Padma, the Meghna, and the Brahmaputra river basins, this outstanding forest extends across Khulna, Satkhira, Bagerhat districts of Bangladesh and South 24 Parganas, North 24 Parganas districts of West Bengal, India. The Sundarbans is known as the world’s largest coastal mangrove forest.
3 Hours Before Flight Time
Arriving at Khulna in the morning around about six in the morning, and the visitors will report to our waiting cruise at the forest jetty Khulna. At 7 am sharp after an hour, the boat will begin its journey, cruising towards the Sundarbans Forest. The boat will start for Kotka and will reach there at the wildlife sanctuary at around 1600hrs. Upon the arrival, there will be a little time for everyone to take a look around, and then the guide will brief about hiking in the Kotka forest area to see the wildlife there. Everyone will get back to the boat in the night. Then there will be the stay overnight on the boat.
Early in the next morning, we shall start the trip to destinations through small creeks and canals by country boats to see the wildlife around and feel the forest closely. Then the breakfast will be served, and after breakfast, we will take a Jungle walk, which is basically walking through the Forest trail to the beach. Many other trips will be offered. At around in the noon we will start heading towards Kochikhali wildlife sanctuary, and upon the arrival, we will take another Jungle walk near the forest office. Bar – B – Q dinner will be served in dinner and overnight on the boat at Kochikhali will end the second night.
Early in the last morning, we plan to offer a small trip through creeks and canals by boat, and then we would take you back to the boat for breakfast and some other activities around the forest office. You can roam around freely in the safe zone. Around 10 in the morning, we would start our return journey towards Khulna.