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Sajek Valley: The Kingdom of Clouds

Why Travel Sajek Valley

Bangladesh is a small country embrace by the Bay of Bengal. It is full of natural beauty. There are mountains, rivers, beaches, crop fields and vast green forests. One of the most beautiful scenerio of Bangla is the Sajek Valley. If you’ve ever wished to roam the kingdom of clouds, you can visit Sajek Valley. Because it is called the kingdom of clouds. When you get there, you’ll feel as if you are floating over clouds. You may be sitting, but the clouds are playing near your feet. Thinking of such a scenario is thrilling, isn’t it? And that is why the Sajek Valley, located in Baghaichhari Upazila of Rangamati district, has become very popular with travelers.

Sajek Valley, Rangamati, Bangladesh
Sajek Valley, The Kingdom of Clouds

The beauty of Sajek

The intimate association of white clouds, blue mountains and green forests are seen everywhere in Sajek. There are three helipads, from which you may enjoy the spectacular views of sunrise and sunset. Sajek will give you an extraordinary experience, here you will see all three variants of nature within 24 hours. Once a hot breeze, then a short spell of rain, and shortly thereafter the cloud might be covering the valley in its white sheets. It looks exactly a valley of clouds. You can trek from the Ruilui village of Sajek and climb the Kanglak Hills. Kanglak is the highest peak of Sajek. On the way to Kanglak, you will see high mountains on the border of Mizoram, another way of life of the tribal communities, endless wandering of clouds – all these sceneries will overwhelm you. If you go there during the festivals of the tribes, you will get the chance to get acquainted with their different cultures.

Location of the Sajek Valley:

The Sajek Valley is located at the Sajek Union, under the Baghaichhari Upazila of Rangamati District, Bangladesh. It is a very popular tourist destination. Tripura of India is situated in the north of Sajek, Longadu of Rangamati on the south, Mizoram of India on the east and Dighinala of Khagrachhari on the west.

Sajek is the largest union in Bangladesh, which measures 702 square miles. The Sajek BGB camp is located here. Sajek has been much improved and disciplined by the planning and hard work of the BGB members. Currently all kinds of security are guaranteed for the tourists traveling to Sajek. At any time of the year, you can travel to Sajek. And there is no risk of a mountain crash or road collapse. Sajek is made up of two Parha or ward: Ruilui Parha and Kanglak Parha. Established in 1885, the Ruilui Parha is approximately 1720 feet above the sea level. And on the Kanglak hill, Kanglak Parha is 1800 feet high. The inhabitants of Sajek are the Lusai, Pankhoa and Tripura tribes. Here the banana and orange yield better. The far reaches of Rangamati can be seen from the Sajek Valley. That is why the Sajek Valley is called the roof of Rangamati.

How to Go

The distance from Khagrachhari district Sadar to Sajek is approximately 70 km and about 49 km from Dighinala. You may go to Sajek from Rangamati through the river-way via Kaptai, but in that case there is a lot to walk on. Though Sajek is located in Rangamati district, it is convenient to get there from Khagrachhari. The easiest way to get to Sajek is to start from Khagrachhari city or Dighinala by locally available vehicles like a jeep, CNG or motorcycle. Baghaihaat police camp-10 and army camp will be on the way. From there, travelers need to get permission to travel to Sajek. It’s called Army Escort. Army members guard tourists with their cars to reach Sajek safely. But to remember, army security vehicles depart at two specific times daily, 10:30 am and 3:30 pm. These rules are followed to ensure maximum safety for the tourists. The cars that are heading towards Sajek are called locally “Chander Garhi”. On the way to Sajek, the Hajachhorha fountain is found in Baghaihat. Many tourists enjoy the beauty of this fountain taking a little trekking down the main road.

Porzoton is a Bangladesh-based travel website that provides you with information about places to visit in Asia and the rest of the world, and likes to encourage and assist you in travel. We try to give you a moderate idea of where and ​​how to go, where to stay and what to eat, and to show you images and videos of the places you would travel to so that you can make a good plan for your next trip. However, in addition to this practical information, we’ve tried to shed light on the importance and context of the historical and archaeological architectures of Bangladesh and beyond.

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