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.
This major national park is located 8 kilometers east of Sreemangal. The park offers ample trekking opportunities through the forest. Over 460 different species of birds, mammals and reptiles live in this forest.Read More
Humhum water fall is a newly discovered water fall and you can enjoy the waterfall & jungle trekking at the same time.Read More
This is one of the Highest Waterfall in Bangladesh which is about 200 ft (61 m) high. It is located a bit further away from Sreemangal, roughly about 60km, however the journey to Madhabkunda is pleasing experience as the road goes through tea gardens and hills.Read More
This is a 192 sq kilometer marsh wetland ecosystem. About 190,000 people live in the surrounding areas. It supports a wide range of migratory birds and fishes, hence it is a good location for seasonal bird watching.Read More
The Rema-Kalenga Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the adjacent Habiganj district. It is a part of the tarap hill reserved forest - the largest remnant of Bangladesh Highland Natural Forest. The sanctuary encompasses several hills of different elevations and low lying valleys.Read More
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 LawacharaRead More
Visitors are allowed for Sreemangal Tea Factory Tour and the Tea Research Institute tour. Tourists can also walk amongst the workers in the tea plantation.Read More