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“The visit of Sundarbans must be considered as a unique and marvelous opportunity to live in an almost uncontaminated nature where water and land, thanks to the tide, give life to a very rich and impenetrable veget...”
“The journey sets out from Mongla with the first stop at a small fishing village to get permits for the area (organised by boat captain) and to also pick up a parks ranger that escorted us for the 3 days.”
“It has many more canals throw the jungle the nature the two side of canals are so beautiful ever.”
“... parts of the Sundarbans, while in fact adjacent parts of the uninterrupted landscape, have been listed separately in the UNESCO World Heritage List: as The Sundarbans and Sundarbans National Park, respectively.”