Visiting the Wildlife of Bangladesh

Wildlife of Bangladesh


There’s a lot of wildlife in Bangladesh, so if you’re looking to see some of the natural beauty, flora and fauna of the region you’re spoiled for choice. In this article, we’ll outline some of the best places for visiting the wildlife of Bangladesh.


If you’re looking for wildlife, then you really can’t go wrong with the Sundarbans. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to the largest mangrove forest in the world and is known as one of the last remaining habitats of Bengal tigers. But don’t worry if you’ve never seen one before—there are plenty of other animals living here too!

The Sundarbans are also a Ramsar Convention site, meaning that they’re protected by international environmental law. In addition to preserving rare and endangered species, this helps protect important ecosystems like tidal wetlands from being destroyed by commercial development projects or agricultural activities such as shrimp farming that threaten their existence by drying up waterways.


Sylhet is a city in northeastern Bangladesh and the capital of the Sylhet Division. The city is located on the banks of the Surma River, which flows through the centre of town. Sylhet has a population of more than 1 million people. Sylhet also has plenty to offer visitors interested in wildlife: there are several parks where you can see peacocks roaming freely or even lion-tailed macaques swinging across trees!

Teknaf Wildlife Sanctuary

Teknaf Wildlife Sanctuary is a protected area in Cox’s Bazar District, Bangladesh. It is the second-largest wildlife sanctuary in Bangladesh. Located in the southwestern part of Bangladesh, it covers an area of 1,818 km2. This sanctuary is home to many endangered species including Bengal tigers and Asian elephants


For those who want to experience more of Bangladesh, there are many other national parks and wildlife sanctuaries you can visit. From the mangroves of the Sundarbans to the beaches at Cox’s Bazar, there is so much to see and do. We recommend planning an itinerary so that you get to see the best of Bangladesh during your time there.

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Written by Tamanna Reza


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