KHULNA DIVISION: LAND OF THE LARGEST MANGROVE FOREST ON EARTH
Khulna is located in the south-west of Bangladesh. It has an area of 22,274 square Kilometer and a population of 14.47 million. It has male 51.05%, female 48.95%; Muslim 82.87%, Hindu 16.45% and others 0.68%. It is bounded by Rajshahi division on the north, Bay of Bengal on the south, Dhaka and Barisal divisions on the east, and West Bengal of India on the west.
Formed with the silted alluvial soil, this division is fertile and produces a lot of coconut, Paddy, jute, betel leaf, sugarcane, potato, turmeric, oil seeds, mulberry plant, vegetables, Mango, jackfruit, banana, litchi, berry, palm and papaya. Because of the Bay of Bengal and its salty sea water the vegetation is mangrove. We have Sundarbans, the largest mangrove forest of the world
Cycling Tours, Walking Tours, Nature Tours, Heritage Tours, Photography Tours, Forest Tours, River Tours, Archaeological Tours, and Monsoon Tours are possible in this division.
You can go to Khulna by Air, Road, or waterway