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Badabon Eco Lodge – Sundarbans

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From ‎BDT 2,500
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From ‎BDT 2,500
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What is Holiday Home?

Holiday Homes are the accommodation & tourism facility providing establishments built & maintained by local communities. All the homes are secured, hygiene & aim to provide a unique holiday experience. You can find lots of tourists spots nearby any of our holiday homes. So, while traveling exotic destinations in Bangladesh accommodate yourselves in a comfy, secure house!

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Home Highlights

Silent Boat Ride: Complimentary rowboat ride through the canals of Sundarbans.

Wilderness:  Stay in the midst of largest mangrove Sundarbans.

Scenic View: Experience mystical view of Sundarbans from the rooms.

Tent & BBQ: You can also camp near the lodge and enjoy BBQ.

 

Home Details

Badabon eco cottage started its journey as a community tourism eco cottage in January 2018. It offers you the best services at a reasonable price. Unlike most other cottages in Shundarban Badabon eco cottages has a solar system which provides electricity to the tourists. The food is delicious, the services are pretty good and the cottage authority has their own local guide to make sure that tourists can enjoy the best experiences.

Badabon Eco Cottage is in Mongla at south Chilla. The roof of the cottage is made of Nipa-palm and with wooden floor. Badabon eco cottage also offers you a night-out adventure. You can sit around by the fire and enjoy thrilling stories from local people. If you are lucky enough you can hear the roar of the mighty Royal Bengal Tiger.

Price Includes

  • 1 Night Accommodation in a Private Room
  • 1 Silent Boat Ride (2 hr)
  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner for 1 day
  • Transportation from Mongla and to Mongla
Sleeping Arrangement

Bedroom 1

2 Large beds (4 Person & Attached Toilet)

Bedroom 2

2 Large beds (4 Person & Attached Toilet)

Tent

2 Tents (4 Person)

Dine Space

Serves Exotic Local Foods

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Location

The guest house is located at Chadpai Range of Sundarbans. 30 Minutes away from Mongla Ghat

Amenities / Facilities
  • Balcony
  • Attached Washroom
  • Mineral Water
  • BBQ
  • Kitchen
  • Sitting Area
  • Row boat
  • Kitchen
  • Dine Space
  • Local Food
  • Sitting Area
  • Tent
Places to Visit

Karamjol Ecological Park: To appreciate and to view the most cherished species of Bangladesh’s wildlife, thousands of visitors make their way to Karamjol, a ranger station deep in the forest that also serves as a deer-breeding center. Bangladesh has some exquisite wildlife species that are unique to the country.

 Harbaria Eco Tourism Center: The spot is 3 to 4 hours distance from Mongla port by Boat. Attractions in this area are; Observation towerHarbaria Eco Tourism Spot, long wooden Foot trail in the forest, natural view of mangrove forest, tiger footprint, pond with Golpata-hut offering a charming view.

Sixty Dome Mosjid: The Sixty Dome Mosque a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a mosque in Bangladesh, the largest in that country from the Sultanate period. It has been described as “the most impressive Muslim monuments in the whole of the Indian subcontinent.

Hosted By

Mr. Liton

An ecotourism entrepreneur in Sundarbans. He is very passionate about his establishment and contribution to his community. The Climate Resilient Ecosystem & Livelihoods (CREL) projects help local people to make such a cottage for the tourists. This cottage project helps to save the forest life as the people who earn used to earn their livelihood from the forest by catching fish, cutting down the trees and even poaching, they are now having training on how to treat the tourists and community tourism. Also, the cottage authority took an initiative to spend 5% of their earnings for the development of the local people and the preservation of the forest life.