Dulahazara Safari Park Dulahazara Safari Park is also known as Dulahazara Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Safari Park. Dulahazara Safari Park is located about 48 kilometers north of Cox’s Bazar district headquarters and 10 kilometers south of Chakaria Thana, Dulahazara block of Fasiakhali range of southern forest division of Cox’s Bazar district headquarters. Dulahazara Safari Park was established in Chakoria Upazila of Cox’s Bazar in 1999. Where the animals roam freely. Basically, as the deer breeding center, Dulahazara Safari Park was established by the Bangladesh Forest and Environment Ministry. This Safari Park extends over 900 hectares of area. This Safari park was established for extinct and rare species of wildlife conservation and with the reproduction of people’s entertainment, in order to manage research etc. It is one of the most attractive Safari Parks in Bangladesh. This Safari Park of the built by Solitary high and low elevation of the lofty natural beauty. Safari Park has been also developed by flowing rhyme, lake, diverse traditional natural trees, and the evergreen forest known-unknown trees, fruit-herbal plants, beautiful vine, Plant assemblies and densely cover. The way around the shade, Green trees, Known and unknown wonderful trees, numerous birds and monkeys play, it’s a great feeling to match everything. Standing in the high watchtower on the road, you can see the beauty of the entire park. For at a glance know about Safari Park, there is a display Map on the left side of the main gate. Some people do not agree to say the Safari Park, this Dulahazara Safari Park, Because of the natural infrastructure rather than the modern and artificial infrastructures have been developed more. Although Dulahazara Safari Park was originally established as a deer breeding center, there are also tigers, lion, elephants, bear, cheeks, crocodiles, hippo, Maya deer, snake deer, Chitra deer,
Himchari National Park Himchari National Park is located in Himchari in Cox’s Bazar district of Chittagong division of Bangladesh. Himchari National Park was established in the year 1980. Its area is 1729 hectares (17.29 square kilometers). It is located 12 kilometers away from the city of Cox’s Bazar. The main objective of setting up the Himchari National Park is research and teaching, tourism, entertainment and wildlife conservation. Himchari National Park is one of the most beautiful national parks in Bangladesh. It is a delightful natural environment. On one side of Himchari, there is a vast sea beach and on the other side, there are green rows of hills. This Himchari National Park is unique in terms of biodiversity. There are many waterfalls in the park, among which the Himchari waterfall is the most famous. Himchari National Park is a popular tourist center in Cox’s Bazar. It is an evergreen forest. Himchari forest is considered as an elephant habitat. There are about 117 species of plants in the this Park. Of which 58 species of trees, 15 species of shrubs, 4 species of grass, 19 species of leopards and 21 species of herbs. Himchari National Park is an ideal place for lovers of birds. There are 286 species of birds. How to go there? There are more numerous vehicles on the way to Dhaka-Cox’s Bazar. From Dhaka to Cox’s Bazar you can go three ways by road, train and air transport. 01. Roadway: Directly Cox’s Bazar goes to many buses from the capital of Dhaka. Shyamoli Transport, TR transport, Hanif Enterprise, Unique, S Alam Transport, Green Line, Saudia Transport, Desh Travels, Sohag Transport, buses from Dhaka’s main bus stand go directly to Cox’s Bazar. Rent is Non AC 800 to 1000 taka and AC 1400 – 2000 taka. 02. Trainway: Many
Chera Dwip The southernmost point of the map of Bangladesh and the name of this island is Chera Dwip. There is no further land in Bangladesh on the south side. The location of the Chera dip (island), 5 kilometers south of St. Martin island. The size of the Chera dip (island) is 3 kilometers. Chera means detached or separate, and because of this Chera dip (island) detached from the main island terrain the island name is Chera dip. The island (Chera dip) was discovered by the end of 2000. This area is a government-declared “Compromised area of the environment.” In such areas, buying land for private or institutional ownership, even construction of any type of establishment is legally banned. The island (Chera dip) is about 3.6 meters high above the sea level. Researchers found 182 species of biodiversity found here Including 4 species of amphibians, 130 species of birds, 20 species of mammals and about 33,238 years old fossils found on this island. Nearly half of the rough island was submerged in sea water during tide. There is a lot of natural stone on the ruined islands. Natural scenes can be seen on a rugged island. There are also marine waves and row-row coconut trees. The location of the Island (Chera dip) in the middle of the blue water in the sea. Looks from a distance, a forest floating in the sea; when you go near then see the coral stone and waves play on the scattered island. There are many species of marine birds and rusted islands. In winter, lots of guest birds come here on the island. This makes the island’s surroundings and natural beauty multiplied. This island (Chera dip) became much more attractive in moonlight night. Husain Ali’s family lives only one family on the island (Chera
St. Martin Island St. Martin Island is located in the extreme south of the Bay of Bengal. It is a coral island in the north-east. St. Martin Island is about 9 km south of Teknaf of Cox’s Bazar district. It’s located at the mouth of the Naf River, 8 km west of Myanmar coast. Were found plenty of coconuts and that’s why coconut Jinjira it is called locally. The area of St. Martin Island is about 8 square kilometers and long north-south. The average height of 3.6 meters from the sea on the island of St. Martin. St. Martin Island is a popular tourist center in Bangladesh. In the tourist season, there are 5 launches every day going to the mainland of Bangladesh. For the last 5-7 years, the tourists have been starting to look at this little coastline. Every day, on average, two to two and a half thousand visitors coming are seen this. On the island of St Martin’s, there are about 66 species of coral, 1,887 species of snail-mussels, 1,53 species of marine algae, 1,257 species of Guptasis, 2,40 species of marine fish, 4 species of amphibians and 120 species of birds. About 100 to 125 years ago people settled here. Currently, there are more than ten thousand people living here. The population of the island is growing rapidly. The territories of St. Martin’s Island are mainly flat. But some sand dunes are seen. The main structure of this island is limestone. It took about 5 million years to 11 million years to form the upper part of the island of St. Martin. According to the Bangladesh Environmental Protection Act of 1995, an Environmental Concerned Area declared by the State of St. Martin. Bicycles can be rented from some places on the island, especially in the West
Cox’s Bazar Sea Beach Cox’s Bazar Sea Beach is one of the most popular tourist places in Bangladesh. It’s very attractive and most beautiful tourist spot in Bangladesh. Where everyone wants to go at least once. So before going there, you should need to know some information about this place. The sea beach of Cox’s Bazar is the longest beach in the world. According to English Captain, Mr. Hiram Cox this place is named after the Cox’s Bazar. Cox’s Bazar sea beach is 120 kilometers long. This 120km the length of this beach is characteristic, the whole sea beach is not available sandy, mud. When we thoughts of travel within Bangladesh first of all, Cox’s Bazar Sea beach name come to our mind. Cox’s Bazar Beach is a charming and wonderful sea beach in the world. It’s number 1 tourist spot in Bangladesh. Mughal Emperor Shah Shuja was impressed by the natural beauty of Cox’s Bazar on the way to Arakan on a mountainous road and then he orders the soldiers to build the camp here. Cox’s Bazar sea beach is so beautiful that it’s very difficult to describe if it isn’t seen with your own eyes. Excellent beauty, this Cox’s Bazar sea beach already did attract almost all of the native and foreign people. Every year thousands of tourists visit here, which is two-thirds of Bangladesh’s total tourists. There are come more tourists from October to March due to low rainfall. Besides, there are going many more tourists in winter and after two Eid, also there are going many tourists for three off days. If you go to Cox’s Bazar, you will wish to visit the seashore in the morning and afternoon. Because the sea beach always is seen as attractive. So, why you don’t want to go there?