Sundarban Banabash Trip 12 October
Banabash: Those individuals who get a stirring in their spirits whenever the phrase "forest retreat" is used have a profound and unspoken need to be alone in nature. This excursion into the lovely Sundarbans is for the benefit of people like them, so let's get started! You will completely submerge yourself in the breathtaking natural scenery of the Sundarbans as you are lazily swinging in a hammock or swaying in a swing on the open veranda.
In this area, you might see monkeys, deer, a variety of bird species, or even dolphins engaging in playful behavior. There will be times when the roar of the Royal Bengal Tiger will completely consume you, and you will revel in the excitement of the present moment.
Karamjol: By boat propelled by an internal combustion engine, the journey from Mongla to the popular tourist destination of Karamjal takes around one and a half hours. At the tourist information center, the first thing you will find is a map of the Sundarbans. This map will give you a general idea of what the Sundarbans are all about. As you make your way along the meandering Monkey Trail, which is a route composed of carefully organized wooden planks, you will receive insights into the Sundarbans' rich biodiversity as you make your way along the trail.
Bagerhat: The Sixty Dome Mosque, also known as the Shat Gombuj Mosque, and the shrine of Hazrat Khan Jahan Ali (RA) are two of the most noteworthy and historically significant locations in the Bagerhat region. The winter months are the most common time for ship excursions to take place within the Sundarbans. Because of our resort, we are able to provide guests with the chance to enjoy the Sundarbans throughout the whole calendar year. Because there are not so many travel itineraries for Bagerhat, this lovely creation frequently goes overlooked. For our event, we have consolidated the use of three separate locations into a single package. We look forward to hearing your feedback.