Lawachara National Park

Pineapples Carrier


It was a sudden plan. Rayhan and I were so depressed about some matters. It had been a long time ago when we went for a tour to Bandarban, Bangladesh in 2007. Now it is 2011. We are so busy with our personal lives. Suddenly, Rayhan proposed to me for short cut tour to Lawachara and Srimangol Tea Garden. It was on 15 June. We called Shaon. We went to Comilla Railway Station and managed three tickets ( One standing).  Rayhan Called his university three friends Mamun, Khomkorok Chakma, Lokman. We lifted on 16th June Night Train. Our other three friends came from Chittagong by the same train. What a madness hold upon us!



Tea Garden


Lawachara is a major national park and nature reserve in Bangladesh. The park is located at Kamalganj Upazila, Maulvi Bazar District and covers approximately 1,250 hectors (12.5 square km ) of semi-evergreen and mixed deciduous forest. It was declared a national park by the Bangladesh government on July 7, 1996, under the Wildlife Act of 1974. It is located within the 2,740 ha (27.4 km2) West Bhanugach Reserved Forest. Geography and climate Lawachara is about 160 km (99 mi) northeast of Dhaka and 60 km (37 mi) from Sylhet. It is 8 kilometers (5.0 mi) from the town of Srimongal.

 When the new guys met we made a good friendship together. We got a lot of sweet memories. Rayhan, the most dangerous boy made a big jump in Lawachara range. We felt big trouble then. The people were really good to us.

Bangladesh Tea Research Institute (1957)

7 Coloured/Flavoured Tea
Green Tea ( I like it most)

When we arrived at Moulibibazar Railway Station in the early morning. It was a cloudy day. We brought some umbrellas. However, we were so hungry. We ate some bananas and bread. The restaurants and hotels open here very late in that place. We searched for the bus station. It was only 6.15 am. We came to know the bus would start at 8 am. We were so tired and tried to sleep on the bus. My guys were searching for a public toilet. We got big fun then when we found the water house of public toilet is used for living fish. The toilet was so dirty. But what else could we do? :-(

We took some pictures of Shaheed Minar ( Language Martyr Monument ) and captured some videos there. Pineapples and Jack fruits van were coming from somewhere endlessly: Oo

To be Continued ...........

(17/6/2011)

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