Hum Hum Waterfall A Beautiful waterfall At Sreemangal, Sylhet

Hum Hum Waterfall

Hum Hum or Hum Hum is a natural waterfall located in the Kurma forest bit area deep in the Bandi Protected Forest. Many locals call it Hammam Jharna. This waterfall hid its glory behind the eyes of the people for a long time. Due to the inaccessible path and being quite far from the locality, this waterfall has not been seen by anyone so far. A stream of clear water is rolling on the body of the mountain like hard rock. The murmur of a rushing stream from a height of about one and a half hundred feet in a lonely, quiet hill is flowing on the plains. Unnamed herbs, shrubs, bamboo forests, wildflowers, and fruit trees surround this fountain with the wonder of creation in absolute compassion. It is not easy to take your eyes off the amazing beauty of that wild fountain.

Hum Hum Waterfall

When to go

The youth of the spring is the rainy season. During the monsoon season, heavy downpours occur. In winter it dwindles and comes to a standstill.

Hum Hum Waterfall

How to go to Waterfall

you have to come to Srimangal or Kamalganj by train or bus first. Srimangal can be reached by rail and road from Dhaka. The intercity train Parabat Express leaves from Kamalapur in Dhaka at 6.40 am every day of the week except Tuesday. Jayantika Express leaves daily at 2 pm. The Upban Express leaves at 10 pm every day of the week except Wednesdays. Rent from 115 to 765 Tk. Besides, Paharika Express leaves Chittagong every morning except Monday at 8:15 am. Udayan Express leaves at 9 pm every day except Saturday. Rent from 140 Taka to 943 Taka.

From Dhaka’s Sayedabad, Kamalapur, Arambagh to Hanif, Shyamoli, Mamun, Unique, etc., or from Kamalapur railway station to Sylhet by train to Srimangal. Shyamoli Paribahan-02-7540993,027550071. Sohag Paribahan-02-9344477, 01711-612433. Saudia-01919-654858,01919-654861.

You can go by CNG from Srimangal. The total number of coming and going hours is not less than 600.

It would be better to go down to Srimangal and take it to the hotel. If you come by car at night, you will have breakfast from Srimangal and leave by 9 o’clock. And if you go by car during the day, you will leave the hotel in the morning at night and have breakfast at Kurma Bazaar on the way. You will find a lot of CNG in the vicinity of Srimangal Hotel, you have to go from Srimangal to Kalaban Para, they have to go to Hamham. Up and down will take about 1500 Tk. After reaching Kalaban Para, the tea worker goes there as a guide, Gaud will take 200/300 Tk. You have to walk for about two and a half hours in the deep and hilly forest, about 7 and a half kilos in the forest. You have to climb high mountains, so be careful. You must take a stick from there, take 5 Tk. Take salt or roses for jokes. You have to walk for about 5 hours to come and go.

Contact:

Tuku Bhai – 01710383561. If you go by jeep, the fare is higher. Contact: Afzal – 0174108969 If you want to go by bus, take a rickshaw to Bhanugachha Road bus stand, from there the bus fare is 10 Tk.

Where to stay

There is 1 forest rest house to stay in Lauachhara, with the permission of the forest you can stay in Lauachhara rest house. Besides, the best quality place to stay in Srimangal is T-Resort on Bhanugachha Road (Phone: 01712-916001). Other accommodations include:

Hotel Grand Sultan (five stars) – 01552-683454,

Rain Forest Resort (01938-305706),

T Town Rest House, Hotel Plaza (8626525, 01711-332605),

B.T.R.I. 08626-71225, etc.

The rent of these hotels and resorts is from Tk 500 to Tk 5,500.

The rent of these hotels and resorts is from Tk 500 to Tk 5,500.

Apart from this, Nisarg Nirab Eco Resort (01715041207) and Nisarg Lichibari Eco Resort (01716939540) are two excellent resorts in Radhanagar, Srimangal.

There are also some cheap hotels where you can stay, the cost will be 500/800 Taka. If you camp for food and drink, you have to take rice and pulses with you, there is no good market around.

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