Khagrachhari Travel Guide | Tourist Places |

Khagrachhari Travel Guide | Tourist Places | |

Khagrachhari Travel Guide | Tourist Places |

Khagrachhari Hill District is a unique source of natural beauty. The name Khagrachhari originates from the reed forest. Its location in the southeast corner of Bangladesh. This is a beautiful part of the country. In terms of natural beauty, the scenic view of the green hilly valley of Khagrachhari hill district is truly amazing. Moreover, the culture and traditions of the small ethnic groups living in the region will fascinate anyone.

Khagrachori Tourist Spot

Alu Tila Guha

Alutila Cave is a natural cave in Khagrachari. The entry mouth of the cave is about 18 feet wide. You should buy a ticket at first and then a wooden torch to go to see this cave and after crossing the main gate and then walking a little distance, you will find this likable cave.

Risang Waterfall

Risang Waterfall became one of the most visited tourist spots which is close to the town. This small but picturesque waterfall is just around 10-12 kilometers apart from the Khagrachhari town.

Panchari Shantipur Aranya Kutir

Panchhari is five kilometers south-west of Sadar Upazila in Ultachhari Union, on a 65-acre site in a deep forested forest called Shantipur, there is a vast pilgrimage site and a symbol of peace for Buddhists. Known name Panchari Shantipur Aranya Kutir. Panchhari Shantipur forest hut surrounded by hilly trees is the second largest in South Asia and The largest Buddha statue in Bangladesh.

Hanging Bridge Horticulture Park

Hanging Bridge Horticulture Park is a manmade park beside the hilly part of the area of the district. It’s not a new tourist attraction because of its newly reformed couple of years back.

Mayabini Lake

Mayabini Lake is a recreation center located in Kanchairi Para of Latiban Union in Panchhari Upazila of Khagrachhari. The lake was created by the local Ekta Samabaya Samiti. Locals have been managing the lake through community tourism. Mayabini Lake, surrounded by an island on 15 acres of land on 40 acres of land, is spreading the magic of beauty among the tourists.

Matai Pukhiri (Debota Pukur)

‘Devata Pukur’ on the top of a hill about one thousand feet above the plains of Nunchhari. Nunchhari is a small river formed from the Alutila mountain range of Nunchhari mouza, 4 km west of the main road, 11 km south of Khagrachhari district headquarters.

Ramgarh lake

The Ramgarh Tourist Lake, built with the funding of the Chittagong Hill Tracts Development Board and planned by Wadud Bhuiyan, former chairman of the Chittagong Hill Tracts Development Board, is very attractive and scenic. The lake is surrounded by railings and is decorated with ornaments.

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