Bangladesh

Tanguar Haor

Tanguar Haor in monsoon

Tanguar Haor is located in Sunamganj district of greater Sylhet. Spread over an area of about 100 sq km, Tanguar Haor is the second largest freshwater wetland in Bangladesh. To the locals, the haor is also known as ‘Noykuri Kandar Choykuri Beel’. After Sundarbans, it is the second Ramsar site (internationally important wetland) in Bangladesh.

Lalakhal

Lalakhal Shari river, Sylhet

Lalakhal is one of the favorite places to visit in Sylhet. It is 35 km away from Sylhet city, in Jaintapur upazila. Lalakhal is located just below the Cherrapunji hills in India. The Shari river originating from Cherrapunji flows along the side of Lalakhal. Although named ‘Khal’, that means a canal, Lalakhal is actually a river connected with Shari river. On the banks of this winding river are hilly forests, Lalakhal nature park, Lalakhal tea estate and various species of trees.

Dhaka Ramna Park

Ramna Park Dhaka

Dhaka Ramna Park Ramna Park is a picturesque park in Ramna area of ​​Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. It is the oldest park in Dhaka city, which has a tradition of more than four hundred years. Every year, on the initiative of Chhayanaut, Bangla New Year is celebrated on the first day of Boishakh under …

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Haringhata Deer Forest

Haringhata Forest Trail, Pathorghata, Barguna

Haringhata forest is mainly famous for its spotted deer. The sight of flocks of deer wandering in the secluded forest attracts more tourists. However, in addition to ‘Harin’, there are many other animals in Haringhata. There are 20 species of wildlife including wild chickens, monkeys, pigs, monitor lizards, red crabs and various species of reptiles. There are also 70 species of birds.

Kuakata Beach Tour, 2021

Red Crab Island, Kuakata Beach

Kuakata sea beach is an amazingly scenic beach. This is the only beach in South Asia that offers both sunrise and sunset views unobstructed. Kuakata, popularly called as ‘the sea-girl’, is located on the shores of the Bay of Bengal, at Kalapara upazila in Patuakhali, the southernmost part of Bangladesh. Surrounded by Gajmati reserve forests to the east, Kuakata woodlands to the west, Kalapara habitation to the north and by the vast Bay of Bengal to the south, Kuakata beach is the most crowded tourist destination in Bangladesh.

Ratargul Swamp Forest

Travelers enter Ratargul forest riding such a small dinghi boat through the gaps of the trees.

Ratargul Swamp Forest is the only freshwater swamp forest in Bangladesh and one of the most popular tourist destinations. Located near the city of Sylhet, the forest is called the “Sundarbans of Sylhet”. There are only 22 peat swamp forests in the whole world, one of which is Ratargul. As a result, Ratargul tops the list of destinations for tourists visiting Sylhet.

Patenga Beach: Photos & Travel Guide

Patenga Sea Beach, Chittagong.

Patenga Sea Beach in Chittagong, though not very wide, is the 3rd most popular beach in Bangladesh after Cox’s Bazar and Kuakata. Since the spot is close to the city and easy to travel, you can travel to Patenga beach in less time and at less cost. Patenga beach is located on the estuary of the river Karnafuli, just 14 km south of the port city of Chittagong.

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