Taiduchhara Jharna is located in Dighinala Upazila of Khagrachhari district between two green hills and a forest. In Tripura, Taidu means watergate and Chhara means spring. The extraordinary beauty and natural diversity have given this fountain a different dimension. Taiduchhara is one of the many places of interest in Khagrachari. The water of Taiduchhara spring flows through the folds of the curved hills drawn in the middle of the forest. The murmur of the cool clear turbulent water is heard all around. Water fell from a 300-foot-high hill and then into the rocky ground. Like all other fountains, its water does not fall directly from above. The water of Taiduchhara spring falls down after crossing the rocky steps made like a ladder on the hill. On the right side of the Taiduchhara waterfall, there is another waterfall called the Thangjhang waterfall.
Here you have to climb 100 feet up the slope of about 60-65 degree angle. When you go up, you will first see the mouth of the fountain from where the water of Taiduchhara spring is falling. Water is coming here from Thangjhang spring on the way to Jhiri. When you go up, you will first see the mouth of the fountain from where the water of Taiduchhara spring is falling. Water is coming here from Thangjhang spring on the way to Jhiri. After walking for about an hour along the Jhiri Path, you can reach the Thangjhang Falls. This path is as difficult as it is exciting and beautiful. Water is coming down from here with great speed. You have to walk constantly pushing the speed of this water. On the right side, where the water flow is low, algae have accumulated. The foot slips a little. Sometimes the water flow here is too much that wants to push down. So you have to walk very carefully by pressing your feet here. Once slipped, it has to be thrown hundreds of hands away. From here you have to climb higher. On the way, you have to give big stones and water equal to the waist. Then you will get the second Taidu spring. The fountain is wonderful and eye-catching. It is so beautiful and no one will be in a hurry. The mind will want to jump under the shower. The fountain is about 60 feet high.
There are many rocky steps like stairs where the water of the fountain comes and falls directly. Water is flowing down the steps. Standing on the steps, the work of bathing can be done effortlessly. The pain of long tiring walk can be washed away in a moment in the shower water. The cool touch of the shower water will make you forget even for a moment. On the way from Dighinala to Taiduchhara, we have to take enough food and drink. Try to take a light backpack. If not, it is better. You can keep some dry clothes with you. Take waterproof bags for mobiles and cameras. And take saline, glucose, and first aid with you.
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How to get there
You can take Shanti, Shyamoli, Hanif, and other transport buses from Dhaka to Khagrachhari. The rent will be 520 rupees. BRTC and St. Martin Transport’s AC Bus also goes to Khagrachhari. The Shanti Paribahan bus goes directly to Dighinala.The bus goes directly to Dighinala. Saint Martin Paribahan – Arambagh: 01762691341, 01762691340. Khagrachhari: 01762691358. Shyamoli Paribahan – Arambagh: 02-7194291. Kalyanpur: 9003331, 8034275. Asadgate: 8124881, 912454. Dampara (Chittagong) 01711371405, 01711377249. Shanti Paribahan – Arambagh (Dhaka) – 01190994007. Oxygen (Chittagong) 01817715552. You can also go to Khagrachhari from Chittagong. BRTC AC Bus (Chittagong) Kadamtali: 01682385125. Khagrachhari: 01557402507.
You have to come to Dighinala by bus from Khagrachhari. Khagrachhari-Dighinala will take 40 minutes. The rent is 60 Tk.
Spending the night in Dighinala, getting permission from the administration to come with Taiduchhara and selecting a guide. The next morning from Dighinala to Chappapara by car/motorcycle. From the local Chappapara, Pomangpara, or Jamtali of Dighinala, the inaccessible road, high and low hills, somewhere equal to the knees and somewhere equal to the chest equivalent of water and jungle have to cross the Taiduchhara spring. It takes about 3 hours. After a three-hour walk, you will reach the 1st waterfall and another 1-hour trekking and trekking to reach the 2nd waterfall.
Where to eat
Traditional System Restaurant is located in Pankhai Para near Khagrachhari town. Here you can eat the traditional food of Khagrachari. Contact: 0371-62634, 01556773493, 01732906322.
Where to stay
There are hotels of different standards including tourist motels in Khagrachari. But it is a good way to stay in Dighinala. That is the Dighinala Rest House. Tourist Motel: It will be worn as soon as you cross the Chengi River as soon as you enter the city. All the rooms in the motel have 2 beds. Rent: AC 2100 Tk, non AC 1300 Tk. AC Suite Room 3,100 Tk. Inside the motel, there is a map of Bangladesh on the ground. However, the AC rooms are being rented as non-AC due to voltage fluctuations due to electrical disturbances in the entire Khagrachhari district.
Contact: 0371-6208485, 0371-62084, 0371-62085, 01556564375.
Hotel Eco Chhari Inn: Located in a hilly environment next to Khagrapur Canterment. This is a resort type hotel. Contact: 0371-62625, 3743225, 0371-61625, 0371-61626, 01828-874014.
Room rent 1000-2500 Tk per night.
Hotel Shail Subarna: 0371-61436, 01190776812.
Hotel Jerin: 0371-61071.
Hotel lobbyot: 0371-61220, 01556575746, 01199244730.
Hotel artist: 0371-61795.
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