Bangladesh on the Bengal Bay is a South Asian country. The lush greenery and many waterways make it a naturally beautiful land. The Ganges (Padma), The Jamuna and Meghna create the most fertile plains. In Bangladesh, boat travel is prevalent. The Sundarbans, on the southern coast is an enormous mangrove forest which shares parts with Eastern India, also the home of the very famous Royal Bengal Tiger. Sundarbans is the largest mangrove forest in the world. It has one of the beautiful natural wonders of the world, and UNESCO recognized it as a world heritage site in 1997. The Sundarbans is a widespread jungle along the coastal region of Bengal Bay in Bangladesh and India. These green plains extend across the Khulna, Satkhira and Bagerhat district of Bangladesh. The Sundarbans also connects with North 24 Parganas, South 24 Parganas district of India.
The vicinity of this coastal mangrove jungle is about 10,000 square km long. Bangladesh got 6,000 square km from 10,000 square km in the southern part of several districts and India got 4000 square km. The major part of the Sundarbans is located in Bangladesh and contribute to the beauty of the country. This forest is a safe and nurturing environment for the wildlife and Royal Bengal tigers.