Lawachara national park is one of the beautiful tourist places in Moulvibazar. Read the rain forest tour guide including various information.
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Lawachara national park tour was our one of the best one in 2021. After traveling to Satchhari National Park, we decided that we will visit this beautiful rain forest. It is a very quiet area.
Lawachara national park tour guide
This place is very beautiful. Where you will find various forest animals. Also various types of plants you will find in the beauty of nature. Some of these are very rare. There is an indigenous village here.
Lawachara national park location
Lawachara rain forest is located in Kamalganj Upazila of Moulvibazar district in Bangladesh’s Sylhet division. Kamalganj is nearer to Srimangal town.
Lawachara national park entry fee, parking, and other costs
|Entry ticket price per adult||50 BDT|
|Entry ticket price for children and Students with ID card||20 BDT|
|Entry ticket price for foreigners||500 TAKA per person|
|The shooting fee is||6900 BDT|
|Picnic||12 BDT per person|
|Small Car parking||28 BDT|
|Big Car parking||105 BDT|
Basic information of Lawachara national park
- Area: 1250 hectares
- Declared as a National Park: In 1997
There is a path to walk through the forest. The length of the path is 1159 meters. It can take up to thirty minutes to walk around this path silently.
You will see huge trees on both sides of the walkway.
Lawachara national park animals
- Important animals: Western hoolock gibbon
- Some other animals are there. For example, Phayre’s Leaf Monkey, Capped Langur, Red-headed Trogon, Burmese Python. But the number of animals is decreasing day by day.
- Biodiversity: Approximately amphibians 15 species, 52 reptiles species, 260 bird species, and mammals 50 species.
Tourism support facilities
- Visitor interpretation center
- Walking trails
- Picnic spot
- Student dormitory and lake
- Trained and authorized eco-guides
Lawachara rainforest management
Collaborative management system science 2005 between the Department of Forest, something around 30 surrounding villages, and other local stakeholders. This is provided to Lawachara Co-Management Council and Committee. A joint patrol team works alongside the forest department in forest conservation. Entry fees are given to both of the Co-Management Committee which they use for community welfare and visitors services in various ways in this park.
Our Lawachara national park tour story
From the Tea Daughter Monument in Satgaon, we went straight to the town of Srimangal. There we had seven layers of tea. Then we set off for Lawachara. However, many people came to visit. You will find the overall location signboard near the entrance gate of the park.
After entering the park we saw that a few little monkeys playing with each other, a child monkey with its mom, etc. Some people were eating nuts and also letting the monkeys eat. Some were giving poses while taking photographs.
We went deeper inside the park and found various large-sized trees on both sides of the road. There are a big collection of many trees of rare species. One thing to say especially we saw numerous bamboo plantations. A special species of bamboo is known as “Jai bamboo” is larger in size and looks different.
After going more ahead we found that cring of a railway line inside there which is still very famous. Many people were taking pictures there. Many people from various areas come here to see this rail line. I had a dream a long time ago. I wanted to go to a place where is a rail crossing in the forest. My dream has come true. I saw a signboard next to it.
A film by the late famous writer, film, and drama director Humayun Ahmed Sir’s “Amar Ache Jol” was shot here in 2006. The production company was Impress Telefilm Limited.
Besides, once upon a time, a few parts of an English film were being shooted here. The name of that film is “Around the world in 80 days”. This is an Oscar-winning Hollywood movie. Michael Todd was the director of this film. The movie was shot in 1955 and released in 1956.
After that, we didn’t go far. Because we wanted to visit Baikka Beel permanent fish sanctuary in the afternoon. From there we went back to town. After lunch, we left for our next destination.