Sundarban: The Largest littoral Mangrove Belt in the World

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  • Sundarban group Tour Package

    EXPLORE SUNDARBAN WITH US…PACKAGE TOUR:   08 Dec – Day-01: Start from Dhaka at 10PM. Full night Journey (Snack provide). 09 Dec – Day-02: Early morning Board the guestRead More

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Sundarban Group tour Package for Christmas Holiday

EXPLORE SUNDARBAN WITH US…PACKAGE TOUR:  sundarban tour itinerray

22 Dec – Day-01: Start from Dhaka at 10PM. Full night Journey (Snack provide).

23 Dec – Day-02: Early morning Board the guest at awaiting boat at Khulna early in the morning within 08:30. Then start cruise towards the Sundarbans forest. On way stop Dhangmari Forest station. Take the permit, forest guard and pay the fees. The cruising will continue till Kotka. Upon arrival depends on tide, It might be possible to take a short walk inside the forest to have a glimpse of the forest. Anchor the boat near a suitable place for overnight stay.

24 Dec – Day-03: Very early in the morning take the small boat for cruise through the small canal for bird watching trip inside forest. Back to the big boat and take breakfast then walk through the Mangrove forest and climbing the Watch tower to Jamtola Sea-beach.

After lunch, the boat will resume its journey, which will continue till Kochikhali.

Upon arrival, the accompanying Guide will lead you towards Visiting Point, where you will find plenty of deer, Monkey, birds etc. Back to the boat, snacks will be served. On this evening, Bar-B-Q dinner will be offered. Stay overnight on the boat inside the forest.

25 Dec – Day-04: Very early in the morning, the boat will resume its journey towards Khulna. Have sightseeing on Harbaria Eco-tourism spot for the natural beauty of forest on way back. Arrive in the evening then leave the boat at Khulna. After Dinner start transfer from Khulna to Dhaka.

26 Dec – Day-05: Early Morning Arrived Dhaka.

Note: Dhaka to Khulna to Dhaka will be providing Hanif AC Business Coach.

Package price: BDT 14,500.00 for per person

N.B: Foreigners have to pay more 5800 taka per person for Govt. fees

Package Includes: 

  • All meals during the trip
  • All activities inside the forest as per itinerary
  • Mineral water for drinking during the trip
  • Forest fees & permission for Bangladeshis
  • Armed forest guard from the forest department
  • An accompanied experience Guide during the trip
  • Dhaka – Khulna – Dhaka Ac Bus Ticket (Hanif)

Things to carry by guest:

  • Snicker shoes for walking       
  • Hat/Cap for sun protection
  • Sun-burn lotion & insects spray
  • Binoculars, Flash light, Camera & Films
  • Towel, Bath Soap/Shampoo, Toothpaste & Tooth Brush
  • Emergency Medicine

Standard Food Menu

Breakfast:
Day: 1 Toast, Butter, Boiled Egg, Jam, Sundarban Honey, Banana, Tea & Coffee

Day: 2 Plain Porata, Egg Fry, Mixed Veg, Chicken Dal, Tea & Coffee Or Bhoona Khichuri, Egg Malaikari, Bringle fry, Pickle, Green Salad.

Day: 3 Porata, Egg Fry, Mixed Vegetable, Chicken Lotpoti, Tea & Coffee

Lunch:
Day: 1 Plain rice, Green Vegetable, Parsey Dopiaja, Beef/Chicken/Duck, Dal, Salad

Day: 2 Plain rice, Various Vorta, Tengra Bhoona, Chicken Curry, Dal Bhoona, Salad

Day: 3 Plain rice, Mixed Vegetable, Rui Fish Bhuna, Chicken with Potato, Dal, Salad

Dinner:

Day: 1 Plain rice, Mixed Vegetable, Vetki Dopiaja, Chicken Curry, Dal, Salad

Day: 2 Special BBQ Party- Fried Rice, Porata, Chicken Bar-B-Q, Beef/Mutton

Bhoona, Chinese Vegetable, Salad, Soft Drinks (Pet bottle).

Day: 3 Plain rice, Mixed Vegetable, Vetki Dopiaja, Chicken Curry, Dal, Salad

Morning Snacks: (11am) Plain Cake/Dry Cake/Lexus Biscuit/Pran Peanut Bar

Afternoon Snacks: (04pm) Singara/Samucha/Chola Muri/Vegetable Pakura

Snacks will be served two times everyday…….

Sundarban group Tour Package

EXPLORE SUNDARBAN WITH US…PACKAGE TOUR:  sundarban tour itinerray

08 Dec – Day-01: Start from Dhaka at 10PM. Full night Journey (Snack provide).

09 Dec – Day-02: Early morning Board the guest at awaiting boat at Khulna early in the morning within 08:30. Then start cruise towards the Sundarbans forest. On way stop Dhangmari Forest station. Take the permit, forest guard and pay the fees. The cruising will continue till Kotka. Upon arrival depends on tide, It might be possible to take a short walk inside the forest to have a glimpse of the forest. Anchor the boat near a suitable place for overnight stay.

10 Dec – Day-03: Very early in the morning take the small boat for cruise through the small canal for bird watching trip inside forest. Back to the big boat and take breakfast then walk through the Mangrove forest and climbing the Watch tower to Jamtola Sea-beach.

After lunch, the boat will resume its journey, which will continue till Kochikhali.

Upon arrival, the accompanying Guide will lead you towards Visiting Point, where you will find plenty of deer, Monkey, birds etc. Back to the boat, snacks will be served. On this evening, Bar-B-Q dinner will be offered. Stay overnight on the boat inside the forest.

11 Dec – Day-04: Very early in the morning, the boat will resume its journey towards Khulna. Have sightseeing on Harbaria Eco-tourism spot for the natural beauty of forest on way back. Arrive in the evening then leave the boat at Khulna. After Dinner start transfer from Khulna to Dhaka.

12 Dec – Day-05: Early Morning Arrived Dhaka.

Note: Dhaka to Khulna to Dhaka will be providing Hanif AC Business Coach.

Package price: BDT 12,500.00 for per person

N.B: Foreigners have to pay more 5800 taka per person for Govt. fees

Package Includes: 

  • All meals during the trip
  • All activities inside the forest as per itinerary
  • Mineral water for drinking during the trip
  • Forest fees & permission for Bangladeshis
  • Armed forest guard from the forest department
  • An accompanied experience Guide during the trip
  • Dhaka – Khulna – Dhaka Ac Bus Ticket (Hanif)

Things to carry by guest:

  • Snicker shoes for walking       
  • Hat/Cap for sun protection
  • Sun-burn lotion & insects spray
  • Binoculars, Flash light, Camera & Films
  • Towel, Bath Soap/Shampoo, Toothpaste & Tooth Brush
  • Emergency Medicine

Standard Food Menu

Breakfast:
Day: 1 Toast, Butter, Boiled Egg, Jam, Sundarban Honey, Banana, Tea & Coffee

Day: 2 Plain Porata, Egg Fry, Mixed Veg, Chicken Dal, Tea & Coffee Or Bhoona Khichuri, Egg Malaikari, Bringle fry, Pickle, Green Salad.

Day: 3 Porata, Egg Fry, Mixed Vegetable, Chicken Lotpoti, Tea & Coffee

Lunch:
Day: 1 Plain rice, Green Vegetable, Parsey Dopiaja, Beef/Chicken/Duck, Dal, Salad

Day: 2 Plain rice, Various Vorta, Tengra Bhoona, Chicken Curry, Dal Bhoona, Salad

Day: 3 Plain rice, Mixed Vegetable, Rui Fish Bhuna, Chicken with Potato, Dal, Salad

Dinner:

Day: 1 Plain rice, Mixed Vegetable, Vetki Dopiaja, Chicken Curry, Dal, Salad

Day: 2 Special BBQ Party- Fried Rice, Porata, Chicken Bar-B-Q, Beef/Mutton

Bhoona, Chinese Vegetable, Salad, Soft Drinks (Pet bottle).

Day: 3 Plain rice, Mixed Vegetable, Vetki Dopiaja, Chicken Curry, Dal, Salad

Morning Snacks: (11am) Plain Cake/Dry Cake/Lexus Biscuit/Pran Peanut Bar

Afternoon Snacks: (04pm) Singara/Samucha/Chola Muri/Vegetable Pakura

Snacks will be served two times everyday…….

SundarbanPhysiography

The mangrove-dominated Ganges Delta – the Sundarbans – is a complex ecosystem comprising one of the three largest single tracts of mangrove forests of the world. Situated mostly in Bangladesh, a small portion of it lies in India. The Indian part of the forest is estimated to be about 19 percent, while the Bangladeshi part is 81 percent. To the south the forest meets the Bay of Bengal; to the east it is bordered by the Baleswar River and to the north there is a sharp interface with intensively cultivated land. The natural drainage in the upstream areas, other than the main river channels, is everywhere impeded by extensive embankments and polders. The Sundarbans was originally measured (about 200 years ago) to be of about 16,700 square kilometres (6,400 sq mi). Now it has dwindled into about 1/3 of the original size. The total land area today is 4,143 square kilometres (1,600 sq mi), including exposed sandbars with a total area of 42 square kilometres (16 sq mi); the remaining water area of 1,874 square kilometres (724 sq mi) encompasses rivers, small streams and canals. Rivers in the Sundarbans are meeting places of salt water and freshwater. Thus, it is a region of transition between the freshwater of the rivers originating from the Ganges and the saline water of the Bay of Bengal.

The Sundarbans along the Bay of Bengal has evolved over the millennia through natural deposition of upstream sediments accompanied by intertidal segregation. The physiography is dominated by deltaic formations that include innumerable drainage lines associated with surface and subaqueous levees, splays and tidal flats. There are also marginal marshes above mean tide level, tidal sandbars and islands with their networks of tidal channels, subaqueous distal bars and proto-delta clays and silt sediments. The Sundarbans’ floor varies from 0.9 to 2.11 metres (3.0 to 6.9 ft) above sea level.

Biotic factors here play a significant role in physical coastal evolution, and for wildlife a variety of habitats have developed which include beaches, estuaries, permanent and semi-permanent swamps, tidal flats, tidal creeks, coastal dunes, back dunes and levees. The mangrove vegetation itself assists in the formation of new landmass and the intertidal vegetation plays a significant role in swamp morphology. The activities of mangrove fauna in the intertidal mudflats develop micromorphological features that trap and hold sediments to create a substratum for mangrove seeds. The morphology and evolution of the eolian dunes is controlled by an abundance of xerophytic and halophytic plants. Creepers, grasses and sedges stabilise sand dunes and uncompacted sediments. The Sunderbans mudflats (Banerjee, 1998) are found at the estuary and on the deltaic islands where low velocity of river and tidal current occurs. The flats are exposed in low tides and submerged in high tides, thus being changed morphologically even in one tidal cycle. The tides are so large that approximately one third of the land disappears and reappears every day. The interior parts of the mudflats serve as a perfect home for mangroves.

Sundarban Geography

The Sundarban forest lies in the vast delta on the Bay of Bengal formed by the super confluence of the Ganges, Padma, Brahmaputra and Meghna rivers across southern Bangladesh. The seasonally flooded Sundarbans freshwater swamp forests lie inland from the mangrove forests on the coastal fringe. The forest covers 10,000 square kilometres (3,900 sq mi) of which about 6,000 square kilometres (2,300 sq mi) are in Bangladesh.It became inscribed as a UNESCO world heritage site in 1997. The Indian part of Sundarbans is estimated to be about 4,110 square kilometres (1,590 sq mi), of which about 1,700 square kilometres (660 sq mi) is occupied by waterbodies in the forms of river, canals and creeks of width varying from a few metres to several kilometres.

The Sundarbans is intersected by a complex network of tidal waterways, mudflats and small islands of salt-tolerant mangrove forests. The interconnected network of waterways makes almost every corner of the forest accessible by boat. The area is known for the (Panthera tigris tigris), as well as numerous fauna including species of birds, spotted deer, crocodiles and snakes. The fertile soils of the delta have been subject to intensive human use for centuries, and the ecoregion has been mostly converted to intensive agriculture, with few enclaves of forest remaining. The remaining forests, taken together with the Sundarbans mangroves, are important habitat for the endangered tiger. Additionally, the Sundarbans serves a crucial function as a protective barrier for the millions of inhabitants in and around Khulna and Mongla against the floods that result from the cyclones. The Sundarbans has also been enlisted among the finalists in the New7Wonders of Nature.

Sundarban History

The history of the area can be traced back to 200–300 AD. A ruin of a city built by Chand Sadagar has been found in the Baghmara Forest Block. During the Mughal period, the Mughal Kings leased the forests of the Sundarbans to nearby residents. Many criminals took refuge in the Sundarbans from the advancing armies of Emperor Akbar. Many have been known to be attacked by tigers. Many of the buildings which were built by them later fell to hands of Portuguese pirates, salt smugglers and dacoits in the 17th century. Evidence of the fact can be traced from the ruins at Netidhopani and other places scattered all over Sundarbans. The legal status of the forests underwent a series of changes, including the distinction of being the first mangrove forest in the world to be brought under scientific management. The area was mapped first in Persian, by the Surveyor General as early as 1764 following soon after proprietary rights were obtained from the Mughal Emperor Alamgir II by the British East India Company in 1757. Systematic management of this forest tract started in the 1860s after the establishment of a Forest Department in the Province of Bengal, in British India. The management was entirely designed to extract whatever treasures were available, but labour and lower management mostly were staffed by locals, as the British had no expertise or adaptation experience in mangrove forests.

The first Forest Management Division to have jurisdiction over the Sundarbans was established in 1869. In 1875 a large portion of the mangrove forests was declared as reserved forests under the Forest Act, 1865 (Act VIII of 1865). The remaining portions of the forests were declared a reserve forest the following year and the forest, which was so far administered by the civil administration district, was placed under the control of the Forest Department. A Forest Division, which is the basic forest management and administration unit, was created in 1879 with the headquarters in Khulna, Bangladesh. The first management plan was written for the period 1893–98.

In 1911, it was described as a tract of waste country which had never been surveyed nor had the census been extended to it. It then stretched for about 266 kilometres (165 mi) from the mouth of the Hugli to the mouth of the Meghna river and was bordered inland by the three settled districts of the 24 Parganas, Khulna and Bakerganj. The total area (including water) was estimated at 16,900 square kilometres (6,526 sq mi). It was a water-logged jungle, in which tigers and other wild beasts abounded. Attempts at reclamation had not been very successful. The Sundarbans was everywhere intersected by river channels and creeks, some of which afforded water communication throughout the Bengal region both for steamers and for native ships.

Etymology

The name Sundarban can be literally translated as “beautiful forest” in the Bengali language (Shundor, “beautiful” and bon, “forest”). The name may have been derived from the Sundari trees (the mangrove species Heritiera fomes) that are found in Sundarbans in large numbers. Alternatively, it has been proposed that the name is a corruption of Samudraban, Shomudrobôn (“Sea Forest”), or Chandra-bandhe (name of a primitive tribe). However, the generally accepted view is the one associated with Sundari trees.

The Sundarbans Flora

A total 245 genera and 334 plant species were recorded by David Prain in 1903. While most of the mangroves in other parts of the world are characterised by members of the Rhizophoraceae, Avicenneaceae or Combretaceae, the mangroves of Bangladesh are dominated by the Malvaceae and Euphorbiaceae. Dominant flora includes:

The Sundarbans flora is characterised by the abundance of sundari (Heritiera fomes), gewa (Excoecaria agallocha), goran (Ceriops decandra) and keora (Sonneratia apetala) all of which occur prominently throughout the area. The characteristic tree of the forest is the sundari (Heritiera littoralis), from which the name of the forest had probably been derived. It yields a hard wood, used for building houses and making boats, furniture and other things. New forest accretions is often conspicuously dominated by keora (Sonneratia apetala) and tidal forests. It is an indicator species for newly accreted mudbanks and is an important species for wildlife, especially spotted deer (Axis axis). There is abundance of dhundul or passur (Xylocarpus granatum) and kankra (Bruguiera gymnorrhiza) though distribution is discontinuous. Among palms, Poresia coaractata, Myriostachya wightiana and golpata (Nypa fruticans), and among grasses spear grass (Imperata cylindrica) and khagra (Phragmites karka) are well distributed.

The varieties of the forests that exist in Sundarbans include mangrove scrub, littoral forest, saltwater mixed forest, brackish water mixed forest and swamp forest. Besides the forest, there are extensive areas of brackish water and freshwater marshes, intertidal mudflats, sandflats, sand dunes with typical dune vegetation, open grassland on sandy soils and raised areas supporting a variety of terrestrial shrubs and trees. Since Prain’s report there have been considerable changes in the status of various mangrove species and taxonomic revision of the man-grove flora. However, very little exploration of the botanical nature of the Sundarbans has been made to keep up with these changes. Differences in vegetation have been explained in terms of freshwater and low salinity influences in the Northeast and variations in drainage and siltation. The Sundarbans has been classified as a moist tropical forest demonstrating a whole mosaic of seres, comprising primary colonisation on new accretions to more mature beach forests. Historically vegetation types have been recognised in broad correlation with varying degrees of water salinity, freshwater flushing and physiography.

Special Sundarban Tour Package

EXPLORE SUNDARBANS WITH US… (3days/4nights)

16 Mar – Day-01: Start from Dhaka at 10PM. Full night Journey.

17 Mar – Day-02: Early morning Board the guest at awaiting boat at Khulna early in the morning within 08:30. Then start cruise towards the Sundarbans forest. On way stopDhangmari Forest station. Take the permit, forest guard and pay the fees. The cruising will continue till Kotka. Upon arrival depends on tide, It might be possible to take a short walk inside the forest to have a glimpse of the forest. Anchor the boat near a suitable place for overnight stay.

18 Mar – Day-03: Very early in the morning take the small boat for cruise through the small canal for bird watching trip inside forest. Back to the big boat and take breakfast then walk through the Mangrove forest and climbing the Watch tower to Jamtola Sea-beach. After lunch, the boat will resume its journey, which will continue till Kochikhali.

Upon arrival, the accompanying Guide will lead you towards Visiting Point, where you will find plenty of deer, Monkey, birds etc. Back to the boat, snacks will be served. On this evening,Bar-B-Q dinner will be offered. Stay overnight on the boat inside the forest.

19 Mar – Day-04: Very early in the morning, the boat will resume its journey towards Khulna. Have sightseeing on Harbaria Eco-tourism spot for the natural beauty of forest on way back. Arrive in the evening then leave the boat at Khulna. After Dinner start transfer from Khulna to Dhaka.

20 Mar – Day- 05: Early Morning Arrived Dhaka.

Package price: BDT 12,000.00 for per person ( AC Bus )

N.B: Foreigners have to pay more 5800 taka per person for Govt. fees

Ship Capacity: 70 Person

Package Includes: 

  • All meals during the trip
  • All activities inside the forest as per itinerary
  • Mineral water for drinking during the trip
  • Forest fees & permission for Bangladeshis
  • Armed forest guard from the forest department
  • An accompanied experience Guide during the trip
  • Dhaka – Khulna – Dhaka Ac/Non AC Bus Ticket

Things to carry by guest:

  • Snicker shoes for walking       
  • Hat/Cap for sun protection
  • Sun-burn lotion & insects spray
  • Binoculars, Flash light, Camera & Films
  • Towel, Bath Soap/Shampoo, Toothpaste & Tooth Brush
  • Emergency Medicine

Standard Food Menu

Breakfast:
Day: 1 Toast, Butter, Boiled Egg, Jam, Sundarban Honey, Banana, Tea & Coffee

Day: 2 Plain Porata, Egg Fry, Mixed Veg, Chicken Dal, Tea & Coffee Or Bhoona Khichuri, Egg Malaikari, Bringle fry, Pickle, Green Salad.

Day: 3 Porata, Egg Fry, Mixed Vegetable, Chicken Lotpoti, Tea & Coffee

Lunch:
Day: 1 Plain rice, Green Vegetable, Parsey Dopiaja, Beef/Chicken/Duck, Dal, Salad

Day: 2 Plain rice, Various Vorta, Tengra Bhoona, Chicken Curry, Dal Bhoona, Salad

Day: 3 Plain rice, Mixed Vegetable, Rui Fish Bhuna, Chicken with Potato, Dal, Salad

Dinner:

Day: 1 Plain rice, Mixed Vegetable, Vetki Dopiaja, Chicken Curry, Dal, Salad

Day: 2 Special BBQ Party- Fried Rice, Porata, Chicken Bar-B-Q, Beef/Mutton

Bhoona, Chinese Vegetable, Salad, Soft Drinks (Pet bottle).

Morning Snacks: (11am) Plain Cake/Dry Cake/Lexus Biscuit/Pran Peanut Bar

Afternoon Snacks: (04pm) Singara/Samucha/Chola Muri/Vegetable Pakura

Snacks will be served two times everyday…….

Menu may change with mutual discussions of the both party and additional/Spl. Item may serve against extra payment.(Subject to availability of the Items)

Rangamati Package Tour

Dhaka – Rangamati – Dhaka
Tour Code: AT-04
Tour Details : 3 NIGHTS / 4DAYS

Day 01: Leave Dhaka by reserved car/coach for Rangamati. Overnight Journey.
Day 02: Hotel check in and Refresh. After lunch, Start our journey to Rajbon Bihar, Chakma Rajbari and Hanging Bridge. We end this day with a short city tour. Back to hotel. Overnight at Rangamati.
Day 03: After breakfast, cruise on kaptai lake, go to Subholong by boat, After lunch at Peda Ting Ting, Visit Tuk Tuk Eco Village. Overnight at Rangamati.
Day 04: After breakfast, leave Rangamati for Dhaka. We will be in Dhaka before twilight.

– End of Tour –

Package Cost: BDT 7999.00 or USD 150.00

PACKAGE COST INCLUDES:
1) Dhaka – Rangamati – Dhaka AC Bus Ticket
2) All Standard / Deluxe Accommodation as per itinerary
3) AC / Non ac Transport / Boat / Local Transport
4) All sightseeing, toll, tax and entry fees as per mentioned itinerary
5) All Meal as per itinerary ( Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner)
5) Experienced guide

Economy Sundarban Tour Package (Students)

Duration: 4Nights 3Days

Tour price: BDT 10,490/- USD  200 (per pax)

Tour Itinerary:

Night-1st : Depature from Dhaka at 10:30 pm (by Coach Service)

Day-1st : Arrival to Khulna/Mongla at 07:00 am. After breakfast Departure from Khulna/Mongla to go to Sundarban at 07:30 am. This time we will enjoy the beauty of Sundarbans River and forest. We can see Crocodile some places if we are lucky.

Night-2nd : Anchore our boat in Kochikhali. This nght we’ll enjoy the nature of sea and sundarban forest.

Day-2nd : From 06:45 am – 08:15 am we will boating in the kochikhali canal and kochikhali forest office site. After 08:30 am we’ll come the boat and take Breakfast. After breakfast we visit the very beautiful sea faced Egg Birds Island beach. Come back to the boat at 11:00am and boat will start for katka sentury camp. Arrival to katka at 12:30 pm. Start for Badamtola beachas soon as possible. This beach is very beautiful for enjoying with sundarban forest (the Home of Royal Bengal Tiger). You may find here a different sensation. We also visit Jamtola watch tower when we’ll go to Badamtola. Jamtola is a largest wildlife habitation. Come back to the boat at 02:30 pm. After lunch we’ll visit katka senctury camp area at 03:30pm-05:00 pm. We’ll boating on the Jamtola canal if possible with day light.

Night-3rd : Anchor our boat in katka. This night we’ll enjoy the nature of sea and forest. Or, if you are interested to visit the eco-tourism site Harbaria then we’ll start for Harbaria. Arrival to Harbaria at midnight.

Day-3rd : Visit Harbaria eco-tourism site at 8:30 am – 10:00 am. Here we can see Tigers pug mark, Wildbore and natural beauty of sundarban. After visit here start for Khulna. Arrival to Khulna at 7:30 pm.

Night-4th : After Denner we will start from Khuln to Dhaka at 11:00 pm. Arrivel to Dhaka early in the morning and tour will be end. Food menu for the Group.

Breakfast Option: (Any one)

* Bread, Egg, Jam/Jelly, Butter, Banana.

* Paratha, Egg,Vegetable, Banana.

* Paratha, Chicken lotpoti,Egg, Banana.

* Paratha, Pulse(dal), Egg, Banana.

* Kedgeree, Egg, Vegetable, salad.

* Kedgeree, Chicken lotpoti, Vegetable, Salad.

Lunch Option: (any one)

* Plain rice, chicken curry, small fish, vegetable, pulse (dal), salad, fruit/soft drinks.

* Plain rice, beef, mixed vegetable, small fish, pulse (dal), salad, fruit/soft drinks.

* Plain pulao, chicken korma, vegetable, salad, fruit/soft drinks.

* Plain rice, beef/ mutton bhoona. Mixed, pulse (dal), salad, fruit/soft drinks.

* Plain rice, fish curry, vegetable, vorta, pule(dal), salad, fruit/soft drinks.

 

Dinner Option: (any one)

* Plain rice, chicken curry, small fish, vegetable, pulse (dal), salad.

* Plain rice, fish curry, vegetable, vorta, pulse (dal), salad.

* Plain pulao,chicken korma, vegetable, salad.

* Plain rice, beef/ mutton bhoona. Mixed, pulse (dal), salad.

Light Snacks: (any one each time)

* Cake+Chanacur

* Biscuite+Chanacur

* Chicken soup

* Mixed muri + Chanacur

* Nodules

* Sndwich

* Vegetable chop

* Vegetable roll

** Light snacks will be served 10:30 am and 04:30 pm.

** Tea/coffee will be available 06:30 am to 09:30 pm.

Note: We can change this food menu if you need more food. In this case price will be Changed.

Includes:
01. Dhaka-Khulna-Dhaka by Bus (Ticket basis].
02. Vessel Accommodation [Cabin Sharing basis].
03. All Meals (On Vessel).
04. Activities ([Tracking, Boat cursing, Beach activities, Watching Tower).
05. Forest Permission & Arms Guard.
06. Experienced Guide and Care.

Booking & Cancellation
Reservation on first come first serve basis.
2nd Installment will have to pay 15 days before journey date.
25% cancellation charge will be applicable before 07 days of departure.
50% cancellation charge will be applicable before 03 days of departure.

Price Excluded: Entry Fees, tips and Personal Expenses.

Terms of Payment: 1st Inst. 60% + Rest amount.

NOTE: Tour date and schedule may be changed due to non availability of

Vehicle seat.