Sundarban can only be visited by boat. Several companies offer tours there. Boats start from Khulna, and you have to get there from Dhaka by train, bus or plane (or private car of course.) I have used Guide Tours twice. They are excellent. By the time you add up everything, a trip can run you between 20000 and 40000 Taka, depending on length, luxury of boat and whether you fly.
Osprey with fish. The Osprey is a legendary fish-eater bird.
Our boat, Guide Tours' MV Aboshar.
Flock of ducks near Mongla.
We saw two crocodiles. This was the first.
Nypa palm (golpata), used for making thatched roofs.
Gewa trees on Kotka beach. Gewa is called Blinding Mangrove because its latex can blind.
Boroi tree whose bottom is "pruned" at the height the deer can reach.
Dome-shaped spider web in a canal.
Shikre, a bird of prey.
Otters crossing the canal. They were extremely shy.
Great Egret (Boro Bok.)
Water monitor, also known as Kalo Gui Shap.
Brahminy kite (shonkho chil.)
The road less traveled.
Boardwalk at Harbaria Visitor center.
Fresh tiger pugmark on wet mud. Off the boardwalk at Harbaria.
Goodbye beautiful Sundarban.