Hill Tracts in Bangladesh where habitation of different tribal people is seen with profound respect to the nature. I can’t avoid any chance to go there repeatedly. Hills, hilly river, small cascades, tribal colors, traditions, foods, wildlife, sky and the clouds call me each time I saw my old photographs. Having a vacation and the opportunity to travel Bandarban I always wish to see a colorful tribal family spending leisure at the front yard of their hut, a rare beautiful birds is captured in my camera, enjoy a tribal festival, having food of different traditions and so many that I can’t compose here. Besides Bengali people about 15 ethnic minorities named Bomong, Marma, Mru, Tanchangya, Khyang, Tripura, Lushei, Khumi, Chak, Kuki, Chakma, Rakhine or Arakanese, Riyang, Usui and Pankho are living there. If I plan to cover all I may have a long vacation. When I first visited Bandarban in 2005, my choice was to stay at a hotel/motel/guest house @ higher tariff so that the service, security, food, comfort and the guide can be ensured. I started my journey to Bandarban that is about 319Km from Dhaka (the capital city of Bangladesh) and 82km from Chittagong International Airport. When I reached I found there is no difference between the life on working days and the vacation. I felt I have entered from a formal day to another formal day which is meaningless to me. To me, visiting a natural place is to be the most casual and full of simplicity. Again in 2009, I could not but had to stay at another high tariff resort. That could not present me the casual movement as I had to keep some limitations in my mind so that my speech and my money can be saved.