Gol Kanon Eco Resort is located at West Dhangmari, Mongla. Just half an hour from Mongla Port, the eco-lodge is located just the bank of Posur River. So, you can have a tremendous view of Sundarban from the cottage. Gol Kanon Eco Resort is a community-based Eco-Tourism initiative established by Relief International and marketed by Avijatrik Tourism.
An ecotourism site dedicated to a plant Golpata or Nypa Palm that lends itself to grace, adding to the bizarre beauty of the Sundarbans, A colorful jetty marks the beginning of the Gol Kanon site. This mangrove eco-site is surrounded by the Golpata and a huge pond with two cottages built on top of it and two more cottages on the other side, making this a unique site that offers 2 different accommodation experiences. A narrow brick pathway leads towards the Multipurpose shed, meant for performances and large gatherings, as you pass the animal sheds housing the local livestock. You can go for relaxing boat rides own the Dhangmari canal, watch the early morning birds from the pond cottages or cook with the host family to prepare your own exotic meal.
2 King Size Beds
2 King Size Beds
1 King Size Bed
Gol Kanon Eco Lodge is located just an hour distance from Mongla port. Transportation from Mongla port / ghat is complimentary added with the booking. Local cart or bike or boat is available to reach the eco lodge
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.
Meet Sripati Bachar, an Eco-tourism entrepreneur in the Sundarbans.
Sripati Bachar, a previous seasonal farmer in the Sundarbans Mangrove Forest region, has transformed his unused land next to the forest into a popular Eco Site built from the traditional Golpata, solar electricity and all modern facilities. Sripati’s extraordinary commitment and enthusiasm have brought environmental and economic benefits to his community and has created an example of best practice for sustainable tourism in the region.