Rangamati, a small town in the hills of the Chittagong Hill Tracts, between the lakes and the rivers. This is what it makes it a major Bangladesh mountain destination. It is known as the Lake City of Bangladesh because it is located on the banks of beautiful Kaptai Lake. It is the administrative headquarters of Rangamati Hill District, the largest district of Bangladesh, and it is 77 kilometers away from Chittagong. For a long time, Rangamati is a major tourist destination for its position, pleasant beauty, colorful tribal people, tribal Home Textile and Ivory jewelry.
Rich natural resources, diverse vegetation, and animal resin, Rangamati made as a Bangladesh eco-tourism destination. Through the Rangamati Chakra and mountainous terrain, the wind blowing path is covered with green lawn and has made a memorable experience over the years. A bus here provides a glimpse into the lifestyle of different tribes living here. Rangamati ethnic tribes include Chakma, Marma, Tanganga, Tripura, Murong, Bom, Khumi, Khaiyang, Chak, Panokao and Lushai. The mix of various races, culture, religion, and customs creates an interesting community in Rangamati. It is said that without a visit to Rangamati, a tourist will not miss a single piece of color.
In Rangamati, from October to February, a temperature is cold and generally not raining, but Rangamati's beauty is frozen during monsoon, bursts with water and the river and waterfall are reproduced.
Attractions in Rangamati:
Kaptai Lake: This large man created a lake spread across 11,000 kilometers of an area when the Kaptai dam was constructed in the late 1960s when it was built as a reservoir. This mountain was formed by the valley and the plain floods in the numerous mountains. It has created a beautiful view of forest land and Platoon, which goes from the bottom of the water. Government-run tourist corporation and private operator Kaptai Lake Cruise Tour offers its price. Other sights are accessible through the waterways.
Shuvalong Falls: Shuvalong is a place in Borokol sub-district, about 25 km (11 kilometers - roughly like Kak desert) from Rangamati. Shuvolong has a few waterfalls in the area as the largest one to fall from as the largest to 300 feet. For the past several years, this place has become a tourist destination due to the beautiful waterfalls and nearby markets. Easily accessible by speed boats or motor boats from Shuvolong Rangamati.
Tribal Museum: The Museum is located near the entry point of the city. Founded in 1978, it is managed by Trishal Cultural Institute. Traditional Ornaments Here there are ancient coins of worship, pottery, musical instruments, surgery, photographs and photographs, old manuscripts, statues, and different tribes. On Thursday, the public holiday is open on Saturday.
Hanging Bridge: This 335-feet long Rangamati Ikon Bridge across a part of the Kaptai lake.
Kaptai National Park: This forest reserve is located in Karnaphuli and Kaptai Range. According to government statistics, about 50,000 people visit the national park every year, because it gets some walking paths in the delicious green forest. Animal species of Kaptai National Park are deer, elephants, monkeys, fishing cats, and birds. Kaptai Forest Restaurant, Kaptai face forest rest house and several picnic spots are located here.
Rajban Bihar Pagoda: An internationally renowned Buddhist temple, where the spiritual monk Sree Sattva Nand Mahasthavid (left van) lives in Rajiv Bihar.
PEDA TING TING: A small island in Kaptai Lake, a few kilometers away from Rangamati. It is mostly known for its tranquility. Here are the benefits of having some tourists and a small restaurant run by locals. It provides food from traditional to indigenous recipes.
Chakma Royal Palace: This is the current Chakma King Palace. However, it is open for a visit.
DC Bungalow Area: Located near the Deputy Commissioner's Bungalow Lake. A small lighthouse and a shelter accessible to the public. This spot provides a beautiful view of the lake
Others: Local Market also offers a tourist attraction as it offers handicrafts, textiles, and ornaments made by indigenous people.