Srimangal Day Tour: Lowacherra National Park, Madhabpur Lake & Baikka Beel Wetland.
Tour Code: 74771
Origin City: Srimangal.
Places to Vist/Tourist Attractions/Destinations: Lowacherra National Park, Khashia Village, Madhabpur Lake and Baikka Beel Wetland.
Day 01: At 08:00 our guide will pick you up from your Srimangal hotel and move to Lawachara National Park and Khashia village for our first visit. After few hours we take our launch and forward to visit Madhabpur Lake. Madhabpur tea estate is another beautiful spot in Kamalganj. The estate offers great natural sceneries with all the tea plants standing in line on the hillocks. The presence of a lake in this tea estate makes the surrounding gorgeous. The lake is huge and it has small hills are on all the sides. The water here is awesomely cool and refreshing. Rare blue lotus and water lily mostly pink ones decorate the banks of the lake from time to time. These flowers add final touch of elegance to this lake's charm. Then move to Baikka Beel Wetland. Baikka Beel Wetland is another bird sanctuary of this region. It is on the eastern part of the Hail haor. Hail haor is a large wetland encompassing about 100 hectares. It is about 20km from the Sreemangal town. Baikka Beel was declared to be a sanctuary for fishes in 2003. Baikka Beel wetland is located in an area of great natural beauty. The widespread empty wetland near it is simply amazing. The beautiful scenario stretching over miles creates an unbelievable feeling. You can see the blue horizon meeting the blue haor water here. This wetland is the living place of numerous birds and fishes. From the time you enter the haor area you will be engrossed by the sweet chirping of various birds. By evening you will back to Srimangal and drop you at your Srimangal hotel or Bus/Train Station.
Preview of the Prices
|Package cost || BD Taka|| USD|
| Per Person(If 1 Person)|| 9,240.00 Taka|| $120.00|
| Per Person(If 2 Persons Group)|| 4,620.00 Taka|| $60.00|
| Per Person(If 3 Persons Group)|| 3,850.00 Taka|| $50.00|
| Per Person(If 4 Persons Group)|| 3,080.00 Taka|| $40.00|
| Per Person(If 5 Persons Group)|| 2,690.00 Taka|| $35.00|
| Per Person(If 6 Persons Group)|| 2,310.00 Taka|| $30.00|
✈ English Speaking tour guide will be with you at the time of sightseeing.
✈ All sightseeing will be as per as itinerary by A/C Vehicle with Fuel, Driver allowance, Parking toll, Road tax.
✈ Lawachara National Park entry fees.
✈ Boat riding charges on Baikka Beel Wetland.
Package does not Includes
✈ Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner not included.
✈ Expenses of personal nature like tips to waiters, drivers, laundry, alcoholic drinks, telephonic calls etc.
✈ Any Loss/expenses incurred by unforeseen circumstances e.g. flight delays/cancellations, road blockage, vehicle breakdown strikes etc.
Terms of Payment:
• 100% of total amount should pay at the time of booking confirmation.
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Lowacherra National Park: Lawachara is one of the best national sanctuaries in Bangladesh. The 1,250 hectares national park Lawachara is a beautiful tropical forest. In 1997 Bangladesh government declared it a National Park. This forest is built by the British, the time of their rule in Indian Subcontinent. Biological diversity in the Lawachara National Park consists of 460 species, of which 167 species are plants, 4 amphibian species, 6 reptile species, 246 bird species and 20 mammal species. Different types of plants make the natural view of ‘Lawachara' more thrilling and attractive. Trees like Raktan, Erythrina Indica, Shegun, Orchid, Fishtail Palm, Dhootora, etc. are found in plenty in ‘Lawachara'. ‘Lawachara' consists of a huge bamboo forest. Among the bamboos, ‘Jai Bash' is a bamboo which is very thick and very rare. ‘Agor' tree is another excellent legend in ‘Lawachara'.
Khasia Village: Khasia Village where the tribal people live a very simple and frugal lifestyle. They have to go down 200ft (not very safe in wet weather) to fetch water for their daily chores!! The Khasia tribe around Srimangal lives a very simple and healthy life. They grow mostly beetle leaves (Paan) a chewing leaf used widely in Bangladesh.
Madhabpur Lake: Madhabpur Lake is natural lake inside the Madhabpur tea estate. The water of the lake is so clean and clear that you cannot stop yourself from jumping inside the lake. This lake is between the small hills, and most of the hills are planted with tea trees. At winter season different kind of migratory birds comes here from cold countries so Bird lovers can see and enjoy different kind of birds here. This is an ideal place for Photographers. There is always heavy wind from the lake that made the water of the lake looks like a river or calm sea water.
Baikka Beel Wetland: Baikka Beel is about 100 hectares of wetland in the eastern part of Sreemangal. On 1 July 2003, after a detailed planning process, the Ministry of Land decided to reserve it as a permanent sanctuary. It has since been developed as a safe haven for inland, fresh water fish. Several fish species breed here and re-populate the haor (large natural depression) of which most of them are categorized as 'rare and endangered. It is a beautiful marshland with thousands of lilies and lotus bloom. An observation tower is built for the visitors that facilitate a good view of the Beel, its residents and winter birds. Tourists visit Baikka Beel round the year while the highest influx of tourist is observed in the winter season because the sanctuary is full of birds at that time. Baikka Beel comprises of open water with emergent vegetation (mostly lotus), and a fringe of native swamp forest planted in 5-8 years ago. Originally it was protected to conserve and restore fish and it supports about 90 species of fish. So far 141 bird species have been recorded in the sanctuary, large flocks of ducks including up to 4,500 Fulvous Whistling-duck occur in winter, Great Spotted Eagle is regular, and good numbers and diversity of shorebirds, marshland warblers and other birds occur. Mammals are few but include Fishing Cat. A visitor tower with several permanent interpretive displays was opened in early 2007. This is the only such facility in the country and this is the only substantial community managed wetland sanctuary in the country.