Banshkhali is an upazila on the Bay of Bengal in Chittagong district in Bangladesh . In the west there is a wide beach of blue water, in the east there are tea gardens, sanctuaries, ecopark greenery. Nature has taken care of 392 sq km of Banshkhali. Only in Banshkhali you can enjoy the unobstructed greenery in the tea-garden, the migration of innumerable birds in the long mountain lakes of naturally created clear water, and the sunset feeling while standing on the beach!
Banshkhali Of Chittagong
Close to the city, the beauty of nature has decorated itself here like mind. The three-and-a-half-acre Bailgaon tea-garden is part of a hundred-year-old tradition. The value of the tea produced in this garden for cloned tea is worldwide beyond the country. The beauty of this tea-garden located across the pukuria of Banshkhali upazila fascinates the thirsty. Seen from a distance, the diverse hills will look like ‘green hats’.
Travelers can also see the process of processing tea leaves in this tea garden, which is moving ahead with the target of producing 325,000 kg of leaves, subject to permission. The green carpet of this sprawling tea garden, managed by Citygroup, can be a gift in a matter of days. In the morning you can be amazed by the green hospitality of the tea garden by observing the 35 km wide continuous beach along the coast of Banshkhali.
Khankhanabad, Kadmarsul, Kathria, Baharchhara, Ratnapur, Saral, Gandamara and six or seven points are in the beauty of their appearance. In the afternoon, there is a tourist attraction here. You can spend the whole afternoon watching the sunset in the south wind of Zhaobagan. You can give it an artistic sign to spend an afternoon in the sand. This beach will not lag behind Cox’s Bazar beach in terms of publicity and accommodioatn.
Banshkhali Eco Park
Banshkhali Ecopark is a complete tour package. Not many people know that the longest hanging bridge in Bangladesh is not Rangamati, it is in this ecopark. The length of the bridge is 122 meters (400 feet). The mountain lake, which is about 6 km long, spreads a fascinating obsession in the minds of the tourists.
Boat Riding, Picnic Set, Double Floor Rest House, Refreshment Corner, High Observation Tower, Phenoromic View Tower, Mini Zoo, Floating Platform, Suspension Bridge, Mini Hydro Power Plant – What’s Not Here? At the same time, standing in the Overview Tower, you can be fascinated by the natural teak gardens, zoom fields and the foamy water of the Bay of Bengal.
In addition, the thousand-year-old ‘Bakhshi Hamid Mosque’, the historic Malka Banur Mosque and Dighi, Napora Organic Eco Village, salt and dried fish industry, shrimp farm, the famous litchi garden in Banshkhali can also be seen as an addition.
In the morning at the tea garden, in the afternoon at the Ecopark-Ecovillage, and in the afternoon at the sea, you can return to the city in a charming charm.
How To Go:
Banshkhali can be reached by any route from Dhaka via Chittagong. Two buses named Banshkhali Special Service and Close Door Service leave from Chittagong Baddarhat Bus Terminal every 20 minutes. Banshkhali is an hour and a half away for only 60-70 Tk. You can rent a microbus for a full day contract. They can turn you around in one day.
Where To Stay:
The Banshkhali Ecopark has two forest restrooms named Hilltop Cottage and Airavati Forest Rest House for overnight stays.
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