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Dublar Char

Dublar char a beautiful small island of Sundarban. The island is well known for fish catch and fish processing (dry fish) in the country. This beautiful Island is located in between river Kunga and Mara Pashur and somewhere between Hiron point and Katka. This island is famous for Rash Mela which started 200 years back and holy bath, a Hindu festival. A three-day long yearly ritual is a highly exciting event for the tourists of both home and abroad. It is a natural island where herds of spotted deer are often seen to graze. Here you can also see different kind of wild animals and birds. This place is ideal for photographers.

    • Location Chadpai range,Sundarban
    • Climate Full monsoon is from June to September. The annual rainfall average between 65" and 70". During ebb tide the forest becomes bare by 6-7 feet and at high tide (30 miles and hour) the entire territory of the forest floats on water.
    • How to get there

      Direct bus service is available between Dhaka and Khulna. It may takes 7-8 hours to reach Khulna. After get reach at Khulna you have to go Mongla, You can get to Mongla by bus within 3 hours. From Mongla you have to hire a small engine boat or launches to reach Dublar Char.

    • Where to stay

      A three storey Rest House of Mongla Port Authority is available, where tourists can plan their stay, however prior booking is required.But it is also possible to stay in launch at night.

      There are also several private hotels and restaurants in Mongla town to stay and have food.

    • Entry Permits/Fees

      Must get permission from Harbaria Forest Office for 1 day tour. If you go for 2 days or more then get permission from the Divisional Forest Office, Circuit House Road, Khulna. Required entrance fees for visitors, vessel or boat payable at the relevant forest station/range office. For Bangladeshi people have to pay 50 BDT and Foreign tourist have to pay 700 BDT. Additional 100 taka will have to pay if you carry camera.

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