Sundarban is the world's largest mangrove forest. It straddles the coast of Bangladesh and India; 60% of it falls in Bangladesh. It contains many different types of animals, birds, insects and plant life. It is possible to visit Sundarban in a launch. During such a visit, the visitor can see many forms of wildlife, birds and plant life. This book takes the reader on a photographic journey of Sundarban. Starting with the approach to Sundarban, it shows the reader birds, wildlife and trees of the forest that the author saw during two trips in early 2012. The visitor's experience is also shown. The book also contains logistical information on touring Sundarban as well as introductory information on this Reserve Forest. The book is enjoyable by people of all ages and makes a wonderful gift.