Sreemongal- the Tea capital of Bangladesh is just 191 km.from Dhaka. The lush green tea plantation, Rubber garden and the beautiful lake always attract the foreign tourists. The Lauawachara rain forest is the habitat of white browed Gibbons,hornbills and many other rare animals and birds.

  • Address: Uttarasure, Hobigang Road
    Sreemangal, Moulabi Bazar
  • Phone: +8801938305706
  • Email: sreemangalrfr@gmail.com

Shatchari Forest

Located about 60km southwest of Sreemangal is the 243-hectare Satchari National Park (formerly known as the Telepara Forest Reserve). This park is part of a much larger protected region. Although less popular than Lawachara, it is a superb slab of tropical forest with a higher diversity of plants and animals than Lawachara, and with far less human disturbance. There are a number of markedwalking trails, several streams, a population of hoolock gibbons, fishing cats, Phayre’s langur, jungle fowl, pygmy woodpeckers and oriental pied horn-bills can be seen here.

Traveler Quick Facts

  • Administrative Division: Sylhet Division
  • Area: 450.74 km2 (174 sq mi)
  • Population: 230,889
  • Airport: Osmani International Airport (IATA: ZYL, ICAO: VGSY)
  • Local Transport: Cars, Bus, Rickshaw
  • Tourist Season: Sreemangal has extreme weathers in seasons. Sreemangal has different beauty at different seasons Those who do not like summer are suggested to visit during November to February. To some people Rainy season is more attractive because at that time all the surroundings are too much Green.