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    • Prepared by
      Mizanur Rahman
      Abdullah all masum
      Irin Sultana
      Salma Nasrin
    • 1st Batch
      Dept. of Tourism and Hospitality Management
      Faculty of Business Studies
      University of Dhaka
    • Welcome
    • GYPSY
    • Sundarban
      The mangrove forest
    • Classified as tropical moist forest.
      Temperatures vary between 30o and 21oC
      High temperatures occur from mid-March to mid-June
      Low in December and January.
      • Annual rainfall ranges of 1640-2000 mm.
      • Most rainfall occurs during the monsoon from May to October.
      • Humidity varies from 70% at Satkhira to 80% at Patuakhali.
      • Humidity is highest in June-October and lowest in February.
    • Flora
      ,
    • Tourist can enjoy…..
    • few accommodation and transportation facilities……….
      A large well equipped rest house at Hiron point
      A smaller one at katka
      Some launches equipped with catering and sleeping facilities
      Visitors can stay in Khulna and Bagerhat
    • Bay of Bengal Exploration
      Honey Collection (April – June)
      BonbibiMela (January)
      Dubla Rash PurnimaMela
      Bird-watching Tours
      Fishing with Trained Otters
      :
    • Bay of Bengal exploration
      • Exploring narrow creeks by silent country boat
      • Observing wildlife up close
      • Walking on the beautiful unspoiled sandy beaches along the Bay of Bengal
    • Visitors can join with the Mowal in their search for precious honey after watching the official opening ceremony.
      This can be a true adventure in the field of tiger
    • The local people of Sundarban pray for their safety to Bonbibi,
      The local deity and once a year they arrange a festive occasion with music, theaters, fairs etc.
    • Management constraints
      Geographical position
      Natural calamity
      Over exploitation of timber resources and fauna
      Illegal hunting and trapping
      Killing and marketing of marine mammals for food
    • A common boundary of approx. 20 km with Bangladesh.
      Rivers Raimongal and Harinbhanga form boundary with.
      Large unmanned stretches of border area.
      High population density with low socio economic status
    • Extremely poor fringe population
    • Pollution
    • Global warming
      Though no concrete studies carried out to this effect
      Potential danger in the long run
    • Recommendation
    • Protection
      Establishment of new land based camps
      Special patrolling during sensitive periods
      Local youth involved in patrolling
      Floating camps and check posts
      Protection Monitoring Protocol
      Development of intelligence network
    • Raising awareness
    • Regulating ecotourism
    • Thanks