The Sundarban is the largest natural, single block of tidal, mangrove forest located in Bangladesh and part of India. This forest has been e forest covers 10,000 of which about 6,000 sq. km are in Bangladesh. This world largest forest has been inscribed by UNESCO world heritage in 1997. The water ways allow the access of boat through the forests. It is famous for the Royal Bengal tigers. The tourists used to enjoy the beautiful sceneries of this forest. Beside the Royal Bengal tigers, there are also found numerous fauna including species of birds, spotted deer, crocodiles and snakes. Recently, the Sundarbans has also been enlisted among the finalists in the New7Wonders of Nature. Tourist guide and accommodation facilities are available for the tourist.



Kuakata is located in the southern parts of Bangladesh, and aout 320km far from the capital city Dhaka. This place is famous for a well combination of light, color and sceneries of Bay of Bengal. Kuakata is one of the rarest places which have the unique beauty of offering the full view of the rising and setting of crimson sun in the water of the Bay of Bengal in a calm environment.

Cox’s Bazar


Cox’s Bazar is located in the southern part of Bangladesh beside Bay of Bengal. It is famous and well known for world largest natural sandy beach. The unbroken sandy, wide beach is 125 km long. Although Cox’s Bazar is one of the most visited tourist place in Bangladesh, but it yet to get popularity yet due to lack of publicities. Cox’s Bazar, arguably the most popular tourist spot in Bangladesh, is visited by a large number of tourists from Britain, America, Korea, Japan, India, Nepal, Pakistan and many other countries each year. Well organized accommodations are available for all classes of tourists in economic cost.

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