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The scenery of this place is truly breath taking, and the people here are all so friendly! We witnessed a lot of workers working away all happy and joyful. Definately recommend coming here to experience the beautiful nature Bangladesh has to offer.
Romantic rainy darker day and night here; it’s nostalgic to me as I’m Sylhety. Sylhet district was established on January 3, 1782. Located in north-east Bangladesh,is the divisional capital and one of the four districts in the Sylhet Division.The Government of Bangladesh designated Sylhet a...More
We spent around two hours on the forest. The day was too hot so we didn't take the day long tour. You can also hire a guide for your convenience. The scenery of the park is really beautiful. If you love serenity and green then...More
We have visited Lawachara national park from our DuSai resort with family. It's only less than half an hour drive from DuSai resort but close from Grand Sultan hotel. The best time to visit this place is probably the winter months because even in April...More
No barking deer, wild boar, yet alone rare gibbon species in the forest. It was nevertheless a pleasant walk, first in the true coolness of the day. I don't think anyone got any decent bird or monkey shots. The langur monkeys were active but you...More
Lawachara national park is an amazing tourist spot for a nature lover. It is more like a botanical garden as well as a tourist attraction in Sreemangal. The silent nature keeps you totally out of the dailies anxiety and makes your mind fresh. You can...More
We visited Lawachara National Park in November. We reached the park driving from Dhaka, a long driving also because we stopped at Panam City for an interesting visit. The gate is a few kilometers after Sreemangal and there is a free parking next to the...More
What a beautiful hidden gem in Bangladesh. It's a nicely maintained reserved forest. Conserving the forest and the animals is a very important fact here. The way to Lawachara is very beautiful too. Deep forest in both sides