Karamjal tourism center under Chandpai range of Sundarbans Eastern Forest Department. About 60 kilometers from Khulna on the river and about eight kilometers from Mongla, the location of this tourist center is located.
In addition to an eco tourism center, there are deer and crocodile breeding and rearing centers. It’s
From Mongla to engine boat, karajajal jetty will reach from one to one and a half hours. At the beginning of the tourism center, a large-sized map will give a good idea about the Sundarbans. The road behind the map has been moved to the south in the woods. The name of the road is Monkey Trail.
The name of this name can be found immediately after trail is found in the trail. Rasas Monkey, one of the Sundarbans residents, will be seen throughout the entire trail.
The thick jungle on both sides of the road. There are more number of banyan trees in the forest. After some distance of the wooden way, the road to the left hand went to the side of the animal shore. At the end, a barbed bed on the bank of the river.
The main road is more than half a kilometer south and stops at the canal of the small canal. Here’s another shade on the way. From there, the wood trail has turned west again by the crocodile breeding center. An observation tower built in the middle of this trail. On top of the top of Karamajal it is seen well.
Crocodile Reproductive Center at the very end of the wooden trail. From there, the breeding centers of deer and crocodiles on the small west side. In front of small tanks many Someone has crumpled crocodiles, some of which is medium-sized, and a little more big crocodile in the water.
Romeo, Juliet, and Pilpil are in the big pond surrounded by walls on the southern side. The crocodile was brought to the Sundarbans’ Karamjal in 2002. Romeo-Juliet now is 23 This pair is reproduced in 2005.
Their first contribution to the production of crocodile in artificial way for the first time in Bangladesh. Juliet is slightly smaller than Romeo in size. Crocodiles of this species of saltwater live a hundred years from eighty.
Crocodile Chana at Crocodile Reproductive Center at Karamjal Echo Tourism Center. Juliet has so far given 482 eggs. From there, the staff of the breeding and conservation center of the wild animals have shown 284 children. Pilipil, another female member of the Breeding and Conservation Center of Karamjal Wild Animals. Till now, he has given 44 eggs, of which 33 children have grown.
It will be seen next to the surroundings of the surroundings, like the zoo. Chitra deer. A small cage in the western corner, inside the cage There are several rhesus monkeys inside.
How to go
Bus from Sunderbans and tourism services bus to Mongla goes straight from Sayedabad bus station in Dhaka. Rent is from 4 hundred to 4,500 taka. From Mongla to the engine boat, Karamjal must be carried. A ten-engine engine boat used to go for a rental of 1 thousand to 1,200 rupees. These engine boats are usually disconnected from Mongla Ferry Ghat.
Where to stay
In the port city of Mongla, you can come to Karmaj all night. Here are the animals of Bangladesh tourism corporation (04662-75100). Non AC double room rent is Tk. 1,200 and AC double room is Tk. 2 thousand.
Karmajala Eco Tourism Center Beautiful Fairytale Waterfalls in the Wilderness. Photo: Mustafiz Mamun / bdnews24.com Economy Bed Tk 600 There are also some common standard hotels in Mongla town. Rooms can be found from these shops at the rate of Tk 100 to Tk 600.
The entry fee for local tourists at the rate of 20 rupees per karmajal, foreign tourist Tk 300. Deshite students Tk 20 Local researcher Tk 40 Foreign researchers are worth Tk 500 each. Underage elderly (under twelve years) Taka 10 Every two hundred taka per camera using native video cameras. Foreign tourists are worth 300 taka. 15% VAT applicable with all the above charges.
Karamjal has to go through the rivers of Pashur. This river is always less and more difficult. So good quality engine boats should be taken. Be sure to have enough life jackets and life buoys in the boat.
Do not enter the jungle without a forest guard. Deer and crocodile do not feed any animal in the breeding center.