Category - KHULNA


Karamjal tourism center

Karjam, a beautiful tourist attraction of the Forest Department, is located on the banks of river Pashur on the bank of Mongla Sea, which is located in the Sundarbans. Karamjal has been formed as a model of forest division in the Sundarbans...


Joymoni, Sundarbans

Jelegram Joymoni is the last permanent settlement within the Sundarbans which is situated on the bank of river ‘Pashur’. Here the office of forest department of chandpai range is also located. HOW TO GO: Tourists can use launch from...


Kotka, Sundarbans

Kotka Sea-beach is located in the south-east corner of the Sundarbans and about 90 kilometers away from Mongla port. One of the main attractions of the Sundarbans is Royal Bengal Tiger. It is possible to meet the tiger with security from the...


The Sundarbans

The Sundarbans is the largest mangrove forest with an area of about 10,000 km2 (3,900 sq mi), of which about 6,000 km2 (2,300 sq mi) are located in Bangladesh. The forest extends across Khulna, Satkhira and Bagerhat districts and located in the...


Dublar Char, Sundarbans

Dublar Char is a beautiful little island which is situated in Sundarbans. The island has another name ‘Alor Kol’. It is being rapidly converted to a seafood-processing center and tourists can see the whole process of dry fish making...


Jamtola Sea-beach, Sundarbans

The Sundarbans is a vast forest which is mainly situated in Satkhira district under Khulna division. Sundarbans has some amazing places to visit and Jamtola Sea-beach  is one of them. The numerous trees enhance the beauty of this beach. Tourists can...



Jessore which is a district under Khulna division in Bangladesh produces a variety of crops year-round. It is the first digital district in Bangladesh. Benapol Land Port is situated in Sharsa upazila which is the main factor of the economics of...

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