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  • National Parks

    Kaptai National Park

    If you’re looking for a great getaway spot in Bangladesh, look no further than the Kaptai National Park. This great natural area combines nature with an interesting cultural legacy in such a way that you will never find anything quite like it anywhere else.

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    Himchari National Park

    Located just south of the town of Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh, the Himchari National Park is comprised of lush tropical rain forest, grasslands and trees, and features a number of waterfalls, the biggest of which cascades down toward the sandy, sun-drenched beach. The natural beauty of the area provides a welcome break from the hustle and bustle of city life, for locals as well as tourists. ...

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    Ramsagar National Park

    Located in the Dinajpur District in the north-west of Bangladesh, the Ramsagar National Park spreads out over an area of about sixty square kilometers, with a vast man-made water reservoir as its focal point. The area around the Ramsagar Lake is a popular picnic spot for both locals and tourists, and the abundant flora and fauna in the area enhances the peaceful sensation of being close to ...

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    Nijhum Dweep National Park

    A significant portion of the small island of Nijhum Dweep (also referred to as Nijhum Dwip), located in the Bay of Bengal under the jurisdiction of the Noakhali District of Bangladesh, was designated in 2001 as the Nijhum Dweep National Park. The park is rich in plant and animal life, as well as being home to plentiful bird-life, while hosting numerous migratory birds.

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    Satchari National Park

    Located about 130 kilometers north-east of Dhaka, in the Hobigonj District of Bangladesh, the Satchari National Park is one of the five protected areas being developed by the Forest Department as part of a co-managed eco-tourism project under its Nishorgo initiative. Together with local communities, Nishorgo aims to preserve the incredible bio-diversity of the area with one of its objectives ...

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    Teknaf Game Reserve

    Located on the banks of the Naf River in the Teknaf Upazila of Teknaf Game Reserve is one of five protected areas in Bangladesh where the Forest Department has put into place a co-management approach to eco-tourism under the banner of “Nishorgo – Bangladesh’s Protected Area Management Program”.

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    Bhawal National Park

    Located in Gazipur in the Dhaka Division of Bangladesh, the Bhawal National Park is truly a natural treasure. The park was established in 1974 with the main goal of protecting the park’s most important habitants. It was also designed to provide recreational opportunities for the people of Bangladesh.

  • Travel

    Tours

    If you’re planning a trip to Bangladesh, you certainly can’t go wrong by booking yourself on one of the many Bangladesh tours that are available through most tour operators. There are a wide variety of tours in Bangladesh so you can be sure that you will be able to find something that will suit you.

  • Attractions

    Tourist attractions in Bangladesh abound. Throughout the country there are many fascinating things to see and exciting things to do. Arriving in Dhaka, your adventure can begin straight away. Pay a visit to the Old City where you will also be astounded by the bustling river life of Buriganga and the bright pink palace of Ahsan Manzil.The top attraction in Bangladesh's Dhaka is Lalbagh Fort.

  • Attractions

    Wildlife

    There is a wide variety of animal diversity to be found in the wilderness areas of Bangladesh, so nature lovers can really take their time to enjoy this side of the country. Even though Bangladesh is one of the most highly populated countries in the world, the majority of the population lives in or around large cities and this has helped to limit deforestation to some extent.