Rangamati Tourist Spots – How to go, Where to Stay?

Rangamati Tourist spots- How to go, Where to Stay? Yes! here you get all the information about this. Many tourists in the country and abroad are roaming every year to roam in Bangladesh. This is the proper time to go to Rangamati during the monsoon season. Many people are interested in going to this beautiful city.

But there you go, how to go there, and see what places to look around. To answer those questions we have arranged for our today. Know that all the details in the face of the people of Rangamati.

How to go to Shuvalong Fountain?

When you go to Rangamato tour you must go to this place. If you want to go to Shuvalong Fountain from the city then you have to go to the naval route. The best way to reserve engine driven trawl is to do. Shuvalong Jhorna fell into Barkal Upazila of Rangamati district.

The trawler can be kept from Rangamati Reserve Market area or from the tourist area. Their fares vary according to size.

But the rent is usually between 1200-3000 rupees. It will take one and a half hours from the main city to the city of Shuvalong. To go to Shuvalong, Kaptai is on the lake. Kaptai Lake is the largest artificial lake in South Asia.

Want to see the Hanging Bridge?

To take CNG from Rangpur city’s Doyel Chattar or Tablhchari Bazar. Rent from Doyle Square will cost Tk 100 and Tk 50 from Tibalchari.

Rangamati- How to go, Where to Stay?

Rangamati Tourist Spots: Naval travel in Kaptai Lake

Kaptai lake is one of the main sources of the beauty of Rangamati. Rangamati’s philosophy of flute remains absent from the huge lake navigations. So Rangamati came and came to Kaptai lake to have a different kind of wings.

Find engineered boats from the Reserve Market, Tawalchari, and Banarupa Ghat. These rentals are not too much. For ten groups of 7-8, you will only be able to rent only 1500 to 2500 rupees. If you want to go to different Upazilas also, the rent will be different.

How to go to the cascade fountain?

In addition to the Shuvalong waterfalls in Rangamati, there is also the Ghagra Jhorna. It is located at Kalabagan Hajhachari. This waterfall is mainly flowing during the rainy season. There are small 5-6 large fountains in this waterfalls area.

In the rainy season, many tourists gather the crowd to see these fountains. From the Rangamati city to the CNG reserve to go to the cascading fountain. Rent 200-250 taka Apart from this, more places in Rangamati can be visited – Kaptai Lake, Kaptai Project, T-Garden, DC Bungalow, Karnaphuli River between two mountains, Banwihar, etc.

Rangamati Tourist Spots: How to go-

Rangamati can go to Dhaka via Sayedabad, Kalabagan, Fakirapul or Shyamoli, Hanif, Unique, S Alam and BRTC buses from Gabtali. But the best will be the ticket from Sayedabad. Non AC Buses 620 The AC buses are Shyamoli and BRTC.

Rent 800 Taka Usually, every company has 2 buses leaving 8 am, 9 am and 10 pm buses. Again, every company has to leave two buses between 8 pm and 10 pm. But bus fares can be a little less. Here you get Rangamati Bus & Train Schedule.

Rangamati Tourist spots: Where to Stay-

Rangamati can be in some hotel motels. Hotel Sufia, Shanghai International, Hotel Prince, etc among the hotels. The hotel’s non-AC Single Room rental is between 600 to 1200 rupees and double room 800-1500 taka.

And AC Single Room Rent is 1000-1800 taka, double 1500-2500 taka. The motel includes George Motel, tourism motel, etc. Apart from this, there are beautiful accommodation facilities in government tourism complexes.

Local food

There are 11 small ethnic groups living in Rangamati, different cultures and their food are also different. You can eat these foods if you want. That is why there are several restaurants in the middle of the lake or in the city.

On the way to Shuvalong in the middle of the lake, there are several restaurants including Chang pang, Maizeang, Mar maid, Padatingting, Tuktuk Ecovillage and Pazon, Jhum, Caibang, Sabarang, and the city.

In these restaurants, there are several types of food items like bamboo karul, legumes, bamboo chicken, traditional small ethnic groups’ food. These food prices are also worth reaching.

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