Slide 1 Slide 2 Slide 3 Slide 4 Slide 5
Posted by Rahul Barua | 0 comments

Tour to Inani Beach, Coxes-Bazar.



Bangladesh is the land of nature because she is full of natural beauties. In Bangladesh there are many attractions for the tourists around Cox’s Bazaar district. Inani beach is one of the most attractive and charming land. During the holiday many people even the students come to the place to enjoy the natural beauty.




Actually Inani beach is famous for the rock and coral boulders; you will find big coral boulders in this beach. It is only 32 km from the main Sea-Beach. You can plan a trip to Inani beach via Himchory for a half day or may be a full day sightseeing.
The way to go Inani beach from cox’s bazar is full of mind blowing scenes of nature. The green hills stay in the east of the road and in the west the ultimate beauty of Bay of Bengal. Everybody become strange because the scene is very amazing, your mind will be with full of charm even before seeing Inani beach. All kinds of seashells are found on this beach with variation of colors and sizes. Tourists like to come here for relaxing and enjoying as it is free from the crowd of visitors who are typically seen at the Laboni beach.

Read more...
Posted by Rahul Barua | 0 comments

Tour to Kuakata, Barisal.




Bangladesh really got the special blessings of environment. numerous charming attractive locations enclose it. Kuakata is one of them. The title of this placid sandy shore is the daughter of the ocean (Sagar Kannya in Bengali). Kuakata is one of the rarest picturesque attractiveness location on the southernmost site of Bangladesh. Kuakata is one of the busiest tourist destinations of Bangladesh. That is why numerous very good inns are accessible here. This is a uncommon destination in Bangladesh tours and persons love to see the unbelievable view of sunrise and sunset in the white sandy shore locality here. visitors love to glimpse the serene ambience and the rustic enclosures that override the sights here. There is a vast Buddhist figurine here in the state of Misry Para which lies beside Kuakata.




This calm and cooling beach is about 30 km in extent and 6 km in breadth and located in Latachapli union under Kalapara policeman Station of Patuakhali locality. The remoteness between Patuakhali village and Kuakata ocean sandy shore is about 70 km and from Dhaka, it is about 320 km far away. Kuakata is one of the most amazing and unique sandy beach on the world, which is assistance the full outlook of the increasing and setting of crimson sun in the crystal clear water of the strong embayment of Bengal in a serene and coolinging natural environment. That is why, Kuakata is become one of the exclusive and appealing beach of the world. localized title of the well is Kua and Kata is a local title of digging a well; so was the title Kuakata. angler town is another location where you can visit and watch the way of life of the angler. If you are dodgy you may furthermore proceed for fishing on the angling vessel if you can manage the local anglers. That will give you delight and information. After sunset you can proceed to the Rakhaine market where you can find several goods made by tribal Rakhaine peoples and furthermore observe their way of life. If you are fortuitous you may relish cultural shows accessible by this Rakhaine persons. You can glimpse the highest budhdha personification of Bangladesh at misripara, which is 12 kilometers away from kuakata sandy shore. There are furthermore some locations where you may like to visit. You can glimpse Gangamati which is a jungle book and Fatrar chor which is a mangrove plantation and part of world famous Sundarban. Kuakata became a holy target to all Hindu and Buddhist throughout the carnival of 'Rush Purnima' and 'Maghi Purnima'. On these two days, a huge number of devotees appear here to take holy bath in the ocean water and enjoy customary fairs. . All these supplementary boasts to panoramic beauty make the sandy shore more appealing to the visitors. One should visit Kuakata and discover the lovely attractiveness of Bangladesh.
 



Read more...
Posted by Rahul Barua | 0 comments

Himchori, Cox's-Bazar.




Bangladesh got some special nature of beauty himchori is one of them. The natural beauty of himchori is too nice that it will charm you. Himchori is located in Cox-Bazar district. Actually Cox-Bazar is totally a tourism spot.




All the area of the district is very nice. Himchori had an Amazonian feel to it, with long narrow trees and greenery that I didn’t think existed in Cox’s Bazar district. Himchari, is really a hotspot and attractive placd for visitors coming to Cox'sbazar, be it local or foriegner. This location is situated about 6KM from the Kalatali beach by the green hill. The magnificent waterfall and green hills leading to the beach is a rare scene to enjoy. This place is ideal for a day picnic, sunbathing and relaxing. Thousand of people and school students go to the place for visit. Some days before I went there with some of my friends on that time the place was too much moist and slippery from the heavy rains that week, so we had to be very careful. One slip and we would’ve been fallen deep into the waters below us.



Read more...
Posted by Rahul Barua | 0 comments

St. Martin Island, Cox-Bazar.



 








The St. Matins Island is wonderful place in Bangladesh. It's a clean and peaceful place of Bangladesh. St. Martins Island is one of the most naturally beautiful places and only coral island of Bangladesh. Total area of the small island is only 14 km and 20km distance from the mainland of Shahpari Island on the southern tip of Teknaf. First settlement started about 250 years ago by some Arabian Sailors and named as ‘Zajira’. Subsequent the local settlers named as Narikel Jinjira. During British occupation the island was named as St. Martin Island. The St. Martin’s island is all about sun, sea and palm trees .The natural and beautiful scenery of the island is very much exotic especially at night. Actually the St. Martins is a very small island. It’s so small that you can walk around the whole island in a day. It’s about 8 sq. kilometers. Shrinks to 5 sq kilometers. during the high tide. The majority of the 7000 islander’s live mainly from fishing, and within the October and April neighboring fishermen bring their catch to the St. Martins temporary wholesale market. Other staple crops are rice and coconuts and some vegetables. Also algae is collected and dried than they sell in Myanmar. At present St. Martin's Island has  a popular tourist spot. At present, three shipping liners run daily trips to the island, including Sea-Truck and Keary-Sindbad. Tourists can book their trip either from Chittagong or from Cox's Bazar. Another surrounding coral reef to the island has an extension named Chera Dwip. During the last 5 years St. Martin's visitor population has increased dramatically.

Read more...
Posted by Rahul Barua | 0 comments

Moheskhali, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.





Moheskhali is the wonderful Tourism place of Bangladesh. It is about 6km far from North-West of Cox's Bazar.




It is an island that is known for its beauty. You can go to this Island by local motorboat called trawler or  by speedboat. By trawler, it takes an hour and a half and by speedboat, it takes only half an hour to reach this Island. You will find mangrove forests, hilly areas, salt field etc. An island of the coasts of Cox’s Bazar. It has an area of 268 square  kilometers. Though the centre of the island and along the eastern coast line rises a range of low hills, 300 feet high; but the coast to the west and north is a low-lying treat, frienged by mangrove  jungle. It is these rare natural qualities that lure visitors to the island.  In the hills on the coast is built the shrine of adhinat, dedicated to Siva. By its side on the same hills is Buddhist Pagoda. This island is famous for Buddhist Temple and Pagoda. You can enjoy the full day sight seeing if you intend to visit Sonadia and some other Islands nearby ,where you can see the live fishing and fishermen lifestyle, By the afternoon you can come back to Cox’s Bazaar.



Read more...