The Sundarbans is the largest continuous mangrove forest in the world which lies in the branched lower catchment of Ganges-Brahmaputra river system. The forest covers approximately 10,000 square kilometers of area at present among which around 60% falls inside Bangladesh while the rest is in India. Sundarbans mangrove forest is known for its rich floral and faunal diversity. Over 25 species of true mangrove are found in the forest. It is also home to over 330 species of plants, 270 species of birds, 32 species of mammals, 50 species of reptiles and 8 species of amphibians. Several globally threatened wildlife species are found in this magical mangrove forest which includes Royal Bengal Tiger, Ganges River Dolphin, Irrawaddy Dolphin, Estuarine Crocodile, Barking Deer, and Oriental Small-clawed Otter etc.
- Karamjal/Harbaria Sightseeing
- Katka Sightseeing
- Kachikhali Sightseeing