Madhabkunda travel story, and beautiful waterfall images with information. This eco-park is also known as the land of the queen of Waterfall. We went there directly from Mathiura tea garden in Moulvibazar.
Madhabkunda waterfall eco-park
Madhabkunda waterfall eco-park is visited by many visitors. Especially in the rainy season, more water falls from the waterfall.
Madhabkunda waterfall location
Madhabkunda waterfall eco-park is situated at Madhabkunda Water Fall Road. Madhabkunda area is in Barlekha Upazila of the Moulvibazar district in the Sylhet division of Bangladesh.
Madhabkunda waterfall Entry ticket price
Tickets price 12 BDT per person
Madhabkunda Waterfall important facts
Madhabkunda Waterfall is the largest natural waterfall in Bangladesh. The former name of Patharia hill is Adam Ail Mountain. It consists of solid rock. The Madhabkunda waterfall originates from the Patharia hills. Water is constantly falling from a height of about 200 feet. During the rainy season, the flow rate is 500 cusecs per second.
The water of this spring flows westwards and merges with Hakaluki Haor. A cave has been created on a rock on the right side of Madhabkund. The local name of the cave is Kab. The cub looks a lot like a hut.
Madhabkunda waterfall eco-park travel story
The road from Kulaura-Barlekha to Madhabkund has gone to the right. The road is hilly. Occasionally tea gardens can be seen on both sides. The road from Kathaltali Bazar to Madhabkunda was very beautiful After traveling for about 40 minutes along this road, we reached Madhabkunda.
As soon as we got down, we saw the entrance gate. Upon entering, we saw a camp of the tourist police. We moved further forward. Looking down from this hilly region, one can see many settlements. This scene looked so beautiful.
There is also a Watch Tower, from which you can enjoy the natural beauty of the fountain and the surroundings. Here is a portrait of an eagle. If you walk 10 to 12 minutes from there, you will reach Parikunda waterfall. You can go there by crossing a nice waterway.
It felt so good to walk along the side of the hill.
Next, I saw a tourist restaurant in Madhabkund. There was a restroom.
A little further on, there is another tourist restaurant on the right.
The place where the spring water flowed was very dry. In the rainy season, which is in the water and the sound of water falling from the fountain can be heard from a distance. After walking a long way, we finally got to see that fountain. We had to walk about 10 to 12 minutes from the gate to the inside. Many visitors came to visit the Madhabkunda waterfall eco-park.
Although winter, many of them still bathed in the spring water there. They were taking pictures in different ways. Many professional photographers were also working then. During the rainy season, these rocks stay underwater. I stayed there for a while and left some videos and pictures. Then, we went back to the entrance. We freshened up at a resthouse outside the entrance.
There were some clothes shops on the opposite side. In those shops, Triber made cloth is available. Although, it is doubtful whether those are real or fake. Still, we bought some clothes from there.
Finally, we got in the car and left for Dhaka. This is how our travel story of Habiganj and Moulvibazar of Sylhet ended after visiting Madhabkunda waterfall eco-park. We had a lot of fun visiting all of these amazing places.
I have collected some pictures of the fountain there. You can take a look.
Madhabkunda waterfall eco-park video with pictures
So, this was an overview of Madhabkunda Waterfall. Also, we have shared our experience with you.