Our minds pant to breathe out of the closed environment of the city. Having a happy holiday in the natural environment for a while blows away the exhaustion of this mechanical life in an instant. So there is no pair of resorts to spend a secluded holiday. And if it is a resort in a beautiful corner surrounded by nature, then there is no question about it. There is a resort in Sylhet with such an eye-catching piece of beauty. His name is Nazimgarh Resort. The beauty of this resort located on the side of Lalakhal in the wonderful environment of Jaintapur in Sylhet will fascinate you. The resort is located in Khadimnagar, just 15 minutes away from Sylhet city. It is located next to the Sylhet-Jaflong highway. Situated on an area of about 6 acres, Nazimgarh Resort looks like a beautiful island in the lap of a hill.Rows of mountains in thick green sheets peeking at the distant border. There are clouds like fog at the top of the hill. Strange green water of the flowing river is flowing through the bottom. When he sees it, he wants to reach out and touch it with cool water. Right in the middle of this beautifully built resort is standing. You will be amazed at the first sight and look at its aesthetic beauty. Sitting at the resort, you will see green hills, clouds and waterfalls. The resort is like an island in the middle of the green. There are several places to visit. Nazimgarh Resort itself is a place worth visiting. You can also visit the surrounding tea gardens and Khasia Palli.This uniquely beautiful resort of the country has the facility to spend the night with food and drink for more than two hundred people. There are 15 cottages here. There are huge gardens, swimming pools, picnics and camping spots, own speed boats for river cruises. Travel by speed boat through the river to Lalakhal. It is an interesting thing for any tourist. Lalakhale has an interesting restaurant in Nazimgarh, a watch tower on the hill to see the sunrise, sunset and the Meghalaya hills on the other side. There are tent sites for barbecue parties. You can also do kayaking on the river. Nazimgarh also has its own restaurant in Jaflong. Hanging bridge on the other side of the river, restaurant on the other side of Nazimgarh. Stone lifting is going on in the river. Do not want to deprive yourself of this beauty.There are three types of arrangements for staying at Nazimgarh Resort. There is a huge terrace, six in Bengal and a big villa. The rent is the same, but with modern conveniences - the convenience is equal to a five star hotel. There are spas and pools, where you can get rid of all your fatigue. Every installation here is on the edge of a tiller shaded by plants. If you sit on the veranda of a villa, terrace or Bengal, you will get a touch of trees. You will be able to spend some lonely moments near nature. Peaceful obsession can touch your body and mind. Boga Lake is a naturally formed lake in the mountains about 2700 feet above sea level. According to geologists, the lake was formed naturally on the top of a hill about two thousand years ago. Dead volcanoes are caused by volcanoes or meteorites falling from space. Boga Lake is located at a distance of about 70 km from Bandarban town and about 15 km from Ruma Upazila Sadar, adjacent to Keokaradang. The location of this lake covers an area of about 15 acres on top of the hill. The lake of calm water has captured a bluish color with a handful of blue from the sky. The lining of the blue water on the top of the hill has created a natural collage with the blue sky. If you are not fascinated, you can see the combination of sky, mountains and water. Nature has poured a touch of green here. The fatigue of crossing inaccessible paths is lost in the abyss of the lake. All in all, it is like a beautiful green land.
Bagalek is also called Dragonlake by many. Every morning, evening or night, Boga Lake takes on a new look. The bright light of the morning gives such a fresh look to Boga Lake. In the same way, a different magical handcuff can be seen at night. Bagalek at night is completely different from Boga Lake by day. And if the night is a moonlit night, it may be one of the best nights of your life. What a wonderful way to screw people over. In the pitch black night, the moon suddenly bursts into the calm water of Bagalek with a glimmer of light. With a handful of blue from the sky, the lake itself has taken on a bright color. The blue water lining on the top of the hill has created a natural collage with the sky. The combination of sky, mountains and water can be seen with fascinated eyes. Nature has poured a touch of green here. The fatigue of crossing inaccessible paths is lost in the abyss of Boga Lake.
This is like a beautiful green land. Many people also call Boga Lake as Dragon Lake. At three o'clock in the morning, evening and night, Boga Lake takes on a new look. The bright light of the morning gives such a fresh look to Boga Lake. In the same way, a different magical handcuff can be seen at night. The white lake at night is completely different than the day. If the night is a full moon, it may be one of the best nights of your life. What a wonderful way to screw people over. On a pitch black night, the moon suddenly bursts into the calm waters of Boga Lake with a glimmer of light.
When to go to Boga Lake
In the rainy season, the Rumagami jeep goes to Kaiksyangjhiri. Then you have to travel for more than 1 hour in an engine driven boat to reach Ruma Sadar. From Ruma you have to walk or go to Bagalek by jeep. It is very difficult to go to Boga Lake during the monsoon season. So it is better to choose winter in Boga Lake trip
First you have to go to Bandarban city. Vehicles of several transport companies leave for Bandarban every day from different parts of Dhaka. You can go to Bandarban by taking any one of the buses like Shyamli, Hanif, Unique, S Alam, Dolphin. These buses leave from Kalabagan, Sayedabad or Fakirapul for Bandarban at 10 pm or 11:30 pm. Non-AC bus fare is 550 rupees per person. AC 950 rupees. Marayan Dong is a hill in the Mirinja Range at Alikadam in Bandarban with an elevation of about 1640 feet. Many people also call this mountain Marayan Tong Marayan Dong. There is a Buddhist shrine at the very top of the hill. Open all around and run upwards. It has a huge statue of Buddha. The place is also excellent as a place of interest. The upper part is flat. As far as the view from here is just mountains and hills. The settlements are peeking through the gaps. The river Matamuhuri is flowing like a snake below. Crop fields can be seen on its two shores. The Maraithang hills are inhabited by various tribes. Tripura, Marma and Murang are among them. Marmaras live at the bottom of this hill. And in the folds of the hill there is the neighborhood of Murang. They make their home on the slopes of the mountains. Their tanghar is slightly above the ground. Under these houses live various cattle such as cows, goats, pigs, chickens. Sometimes cattle as well as necessary fuel wood is kept in piles.
Along with the hills, the Bengalis also depend on these hills for their daily income. Many Bengalis make a living by selling radish bamboo grown in the hills. Tobacco is also grown in large quantities in this region. In fact, tobacco cultivation has surpassed paddy cultivation. However, the cultivation of tobacco is mainly towards the plains. As we are rising upwards, the green nature around us is making its beauty unobstructed for us. The waters of the Matamuhuri River, shrouded in winding hills through the lush green fields, sparkle in the twisting light of the afternoon. In the meantime, some people were busy capturing this scene of the fall afternoon on camera. On the other hand, the hill people are returning home after completing their day's work with baskets full of fruits and vegetables. Someone said from the side, The peak of Marayan Tang can be seen. Not too far away. Once again, accumulating strength and courage, I climbed to the top in one go. Although trekking on a steep mountain road is a bit tiring, all the troubles have vanished in an instant because I have come so close to nature when I reach the top. When I wake up in the morning, I see Prabhakar coming out from behind the mountain little by little through the white sheet of clouds. I felt like I was standing at the door of heaven. Every time I am fascinated by this wonderful pastime of nature. Maybe that's why I run so close to nature again and again. Harin Ghata can be a wonderful place to visit in the middle of this country for those who are fascinated by the vast expanse of the sea on the one hand and the greenery spread in the middle of the unadulterated forest on the other. Located in the Barguna district at the southern end of the Barisal division, one can enjoy the enchanting view of sunrise and sunset in the middle of the sea, as well as the green cosmos and various wildlife formed in the celebration of various species of trees.
The forest starts from the side of Haringhata Bazar, about eight kilometers away from Sadar Taltoli in Amtali upazila of Barguna district. The road to enter the forest flows through the evergreens. On either side of which there is a huge forest tree. This forest is called a part of the Sundarbans. Because only one river separates these two forests. On the other side of the forest, Baleshwar, Bishkhali and Payra rivers have joined the Bay of Bengal. Enjoy the beauty of the river and the sea and see the huge Zhaoban. It's like two in one. Besides seeing the forest, the sea will also be seen. There is only silence and the chirping of birds all over this huge place. In the midst of the silence, the call of the birds forgets for a moment all the mechanical noise and busyness of action.
The main attractions of the forest can be seen with deer, pigs and snakes. To increase the level of happiness, monkeys of evil nature will also be seen. You will also see different types of animals. There is a Watchtower facility for visitors to enjoy the natural beauty. If you wish, you can walk through the forest road near the river. You can go to see the forest by trawler through the canal in the forest near the estuary of three rivers and the sea. There will be a huge artificial orchard. You can take a bath at the mouth of three rivers and the sea to cool your body. Haringhata has facilities for picnics for tourists.
At the same time, you can cross the Baleshwar river and see the beautiful mangrove forests of the Sundarbans. And with a little effort you can spend two-three hours to see the vast beach of Kuakata. You can easily reach Haringhata from Dhaka. In that case you have to reach Patharghata by direct bus from Dhaka's two main bus terminals Sayedabad and Gabtali. It will take eight to nine hours to travel from Dhaka to Patharghata by bus.
And you can go for a little peaceful journey by launching on the waterway. If you want to go by boat by launch, you have to get on the launch of Barguna directly from Sadarghat. After the launch journey of 11-12 hours, you have to go to Kakchira and get off.
As it is not very developed, there is no accommodation in Haringhata. You have to spend the night at Patharghata in a government post bungalow or a residential hotel. As Patharghata is very close to the Bay of Bengal, you will find all kinds of marine fish in the food hotels there. The Musapur Closer and the small Feni River are located in the southern boundary of the Bay of Bengal on the southern boundary of Kompaniganj Upazila in Noakhali. Musapur Closer is a wonderful creation of nature. Green nature, wildlife, flocks of birds, forest gardens, closure in the middle of the Feni river, 23 vent regulators, the surge of fishermen and the vast waters of the sea is a world of new beauty. When the tidal waters rise in the sea, a unique beauty develops in the small Feni river of Musapur closure. Small and big waves crashed on the shoreline. There is a chance to watch the sunrise and sunset from anywhere on the beach which is about 5 km long and 3 km wide. The forest garden of the forest department can be seen standing while the trawler is heading south from the center of this isolated Musapur Closer. It is an additional natural beauty. There are various types of forest trees standing around with their heads held high. In fact, you can enjoy the beauty of different species of birds, huge beaches, sunrise and sunset. Tourists and nature lovers visit this char by trawler or speedboat. The best places to stay in Noakhali are Circuit House, Royal Hotel, Town Hall, Hotel Rafsan, Hotel Liton at the old bus stand, Noakhali Guest House located on Hospital Road. The rent is much lower. An interesting thing is that there are good food hotels under almost every hotel here.