Kotka beach located in the south east corner of the Sundarbans. One of the attractive attractions of beautiful forest is the Kotka. Located about 90 kilometers away from Mongla port and the main center of the Sundarbans East Bay.

One of the main attractions of the Sundarbans is Royal Bengal Tiger. But in the forest tiger fair, such as load, it is also risky. However, it is possible to meet and secure the tiger and the beautiful tourist center of the Sundarbans is from Kutka Sanctuary. The Royal Bengal Tiger, one of the main attractions of the Sundarbans, is often seen here. Apart from the beautiful Chitra deer, the variety of birds, the nature of nature and the presence of wild animals, Katka sanctuary always occupies a separate place in the list of tourist favorites.

There is a rest house of forest department in Kotka. There is a wooden jetty here to get out of the launch house. The rest house with some distance from the jetty. In front of it, huge ocean waves of ocean water are seen. There are numerous small canals surrounding it. Tours with boats in the canals are very fun. The canal is seen on the side of the chestnut deer grazing in the group. Besides, monkeys, horticulture and wild animals are seen in the forest. Occasionally tigers are heard and heard. During the dark night, millions of Junkyi’s light festivals are fascinated and fascinated. From the back side of the Katka Forest Division office, the dense breathing of the mangrove tree can be seen on the north side of the canal, on the north side of the tail made straight westward. Tigers walk in the south of the forest for a few minutes to see three consecutive Tiger Tilas. The tilak is often seen as a tiger’s footprint.

Kotka Jamtola Watch Tower provides an impressive view of the wild animals, the deer’s flock, the rush of pigs, the monkey curse, the tiger deer, and the tiger scene in the royal style. Pebble walks past the Watermelon Watch Tower and walks about three kilometers straight north, the Jamtala beach. Walking along the way, the names of different sizes of Jamtala beach have been found. Jamtala beach is solitary and clean. Crab artwork is seen only in the valley. Wherever it is seen anywhere, the root of the tide washed in the tide. The beach has been completed in the Kuchikhali and ended in Kanchikhali.


Jamtala beach is not ideal for a bath.


Every local tourist has a daily fee of 150 taka, students – 30 rupees, foreign tourists – 1500 rupees in every area. Outside the sanctuary, local tourists – 70 taka and foreign tourists – 1000 rupees, students – 20 rupees, researchers – 40 rupees. Local tourists will get Tk 20 in Karmajale, foreign tourist Tk 300

Helicopter / Sea Plane- 30,000 rupees one time, renewal fee of 10 thousand taka Up to 100 feet, 15 thousand launches, renewal fee of 4 thousand rupees, launch from 50 feet to 100 feet, 10 thousand rupees for renewal, renewal fee of three thousand taka. Taka 7,500 and renewal fee of 2500 Taka under 50 feet, Taka 3,000 for trawler and renewal – 1500 Taka. Speedboat is five thousand taka and two thousand taka. Junkbote (tourist boat) is two thousand taka and one thousand taka. In addition to the specific travel fees of forest department, guide fees 500 taka per day, launch crew fees 70 taka, security guard fee 300 taka, telecommunication fee 200 taka, video camera fees, local tourists 200 rupees and foreign tourists 300 rupees.

Pilgrims’ fees for three days for the Sundarbans Ras Purnima, 50 rupees per day, unregistered trawler 800, registered trawler 200, and trawler location fee of 200 rupees per day.