CLEAN Tourism

CLEAN (Coastal Livelihood and Environmental Action Network) usually arrange tour to the Sundarbans mangrove forest and nearby heritage sites for its visitors. CLEAN has a skilled and experienced set-up including guides for organizing tours. You may contact to CLEAN through email or phone for your tour to the Sundarbans or southwest coastal region of Bangladesh.

ALOR KOL (আলোর কোল)
Alor Kol is situated at Dublar Char of the Sundarbans. It is a sacred place where people visits yearly in second week of November. Alor Kol can be found at  21°45'12.58"N latitude and  89°32'41.12"E longitude.

AYODHYA MOTH (অযোধ্যা মঠ)

BHARATER DEUL (ভরতের দেউল)

Dakshin Dihi Rabindra Complex
DAKSHIN DIHI (দক্ষিণ ডিহি) is famous for the house of Benimadhab Roy Chowdhury, the father in law of Noble Laureate Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore. It is situated in Phultala Upazila under Khulna district. Dakshin Dihi is at 32 km north from Khulna city, 36 km from Jessore town, 240 km south from Dhaka, the capital city and 3.5 km from Phultala town. It is called Rabindra Complex now and the ruin of Benimadhab's house has been repaired for the tourists. It is occupied by vested groups for more than fifty years and the estate was recovered 1995 to establish a cultural center and tourist spot. The area of Rabindra Complex is 3.73 Acre. There is an open stage under old Sapodilla (Manilkara zapota) tree for cultural events. The Government of Bangladesh declared it as Rabindranath Tagore Memorial Museum from 10 May 2014. The complex can be found at  22°59'23.43"N latitude and  89°27'34.73"E longitude. Bus and train are available from Khulna, Jessore and Dhaka to visit Dakshin Dihi. Interested persons can also hire a car or easybike to visit there. Banabilash Zoo and Park owned by Bangladesh Army is another visiting site which is nearby Phultala.

DIMER CHAR (ডিমের চর)
Can be found at  21°50'57.82"N latitude and  89°51'26.56"E longitude.

DUBLAR CHAR (দুবলার চর)
Dublar Char can be found at   21°46'27.84"N latitude and   89°32'10.19"E longitude.

HARBARIA (হারবাড়িয়া)

HIRON POINT (হিরন পয়েন্ট, নীলকমল)

KARAMJAL (করমজল)

KACHIKHALI (কচিখালী)
Kachikhali Sea Beach can be found at 21°51'49.36"N latitude and  89°50'14.87"E longitude.

KATKA (কটকা) is a standout amongst the most well known spot of Sundarbans. It is about 100 km from Mongla & about 150 km from Khulna city. Katka is one of the most breathtaking spots in the area, where one will see Spotted Deers and Royal Bengal Tiger This beautiful spot however was severely damaged during the cyclone Sidr in 1997. There is a wooden watching tower of 40 ft. high from where you can appreciate the beautiful excellence of Sundarbans. An excellent ocean shoreline arrives additionally, you will appreciate while you are strolling to go the shoreline from the watching tower. Verities birds, deer, tiger, crocodiles are unmistakable in this spot. Incomprehensible territory of lush glades running from Katka to Kachikhali (Tiger Point) give chances to wild following. Katka a base for safaris, and well spot to see tigers and for fledgling watching. Katka is surely understood for some uncommon and grand wild creatures. At Katka, one can see numerous valuable wild creatures right from tigers to deer furthermore assortments of feathered creatures and numerous sorts of monkeys. Here one can hear the natures’ music blended with the wild fowls in the mornings and nights. For those intrigued by untamed life trekking, the unlimited spread of lush glades running from Katka to Kachikhali (Tiger Point) is a perfect course. Try not to miss this spot on the off chance that you are a gutsy vacationer. Katka Forest Station situated at  21°51'15.01"N latitude and  89°46'18.11"E longitude on east side of Betmore Gaang. Sea Beach at Katka known as Jamtala Beach which can be found at  21°50'48.11"N latitude and  89°48'57.78"E longitude.

KOKILMONI (কোকিলমনি)

PAKKHIR CHAR (পক্ষীর চর)
Can be found at  21°49'50.64"N latitude and  89°51'33.82"E longitude

SAGARDARI (সাগরদাঁড়ি)

SHEKHER TEK (শেখের টেক)

Sixty Dome Mosque at Bagerhat
SIXTY DOME MOSQUE (ষাট গম্বুজ মসজিদ) situated in Bagerhat district is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The mosque has 77 squade domes although it is called sixty domed. In mid-15th century, a Muslim colony was founded in the unfriendly mangrove forest of the Sundarbans near the coastline in the Bagerhat district by an obscure saint-General, named Khan Jahan Ali. He preached in an affluent city during the reign of Sultan Nasiruddin Mahmud Shah, then known as 'Khalifalabad'. Khan Jahan adorned this city with more than a dozen mosques, the spectacular ruins of which are focused around the most imposing and largest multidomed mosques in Bangladesh, known as the Shait-Gumbad Masjid. It is often described as "the most impressive Muslim monuments in the whole of the Indian subcontinent". It is about 3 miles far from the main town of Bagerhat. Bagerhat is nearly 300 km away from the capital city Dhaka and 35 km from divisional city Khulna. You can also visit Khan Jahan's mausoleum, a number of other historic ruins including Ayodhya Moth in the Mosque City of Bagerhat.

TRIANGLE ISLAND (তিনকোনা দ্বীপ)