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Sitesh Babus private zoo on Ramakrishna Mission Road in Srimangal town is a fascinating zoo. The small zoo has a variety of rare animals including golden tiger, white tiger, fish tiger, python, shy monkey, Maya deer, golden tortoise.
The only tea research institute in the country (BTRI) BTRIs campus in the middle of a huge tea garden next to Srimangal town will be loved by all. There are tea testing laboratories, various species of tea plants invented by BTRI, herbal plant gardens, old tea plants. However, if you want to see all this, you need the permission of the authorities.
Next to the town of Srimangal is the Nilakantha Cabin, the magic farm of tea worker Ramesh. The cabin is famous for its two-color and five-color tea. Every evening there is a crowd of tourists here. Although not very interesting in taste, you can try this tea made by Ramesh Babu sitting in a secret room.
Bharaura Lake is about two kilometers away from Srimangal town. Next to it is another beautiful lake inside the Rajghat tea garden. These two lakes are rich in lotus and water lilies in the rainy season.
Hail Haor Hail Haor, a well-known fishing ground in the region, covers a wide area west of the town of Srimangal. This haor is home to a lot of birds throughout the year. However, the arrival of guest birds in winter greatly increases the number of birds. There is an observation tower at Baikka Bill in Hail Haor. Surrounded by hills on three sides, the beauty of this haor is fascinating.
At the Dhalai border of Kamalganj upazila, there is a memorial of Hamidur Rahman, the greatest soldier of the war of liberation. The search is located next to the Dhalai border outpost of Bangladesh Rifles.
Indigenous community of Manipuris live in Madhabpur of Kamalganj. The various festivals of culture-minded Manipuris are also quite interesting. Every year on the full moon of Kartik, the biggest festival of Manipuris is held in Maharashtra.
Madhabkund waterfall is located in Baralekha upazila of Moulvibazar district. The waterfall falls from a hill about 270 feet high and flows throughout the year. However, the flow of water increases in the rainy season. After leaving the main gate of Madhabkunj Ecopark and walking for about half a kilometer, the road came to an end at the waterfall. There is a Khasia capital near the waterfall. This small village of Khasia tribal community is as beautiful as the picture.
Shortly before the Madhabkund waterfall, the rocky Jhiri path ends at the Parikund waterfall from the opposite side of the Shiva temple. The beauty of this waterfall is much more than Madhabkund. However, it only comes back to life in the rainy season.
Moulvibazar is about two kilometers away from the district headquarters. Another name for it is Laudga Reserve Forest. The main tree of the forest is the shawl, which is situated on the top of a year-round hill covering an area of more than eight hundred acres.
Lauyachhara National Park is located on the Srimangal-Kamalganj road, about eight kilometers from the town of Srimangal. The park covers an area of about 1250 hectares and has 18 species of plants, four species of amphibians, six species of reptiles, twenty species of mammals and 247 species of birds. After leaving the main road and walking some distance,
Dhaka-Sylhet railway line. This is the beginning of the jungle. One of the attractions of Lauyachhara National Park is the ape, the spectacled monkey, the faceless Hanuman, the shy monkey etc. There are three trekking paths to walk in the park. One is three hours, one is two hours and the other is one hour. There is also a Khasia village inside the park. The Khasia youths of this village also guide the visitors to the park. Jungle trekking should be done with any such guide from the park office at the entrance. Otherwise there is a fear of losing the way.
Hakaluki, one of the largest haors in the country, is located in a wide part of Moulvibazar and Sylhet districts. A part of Hakaluki falls at the western end of Baralekha upazila of Moulvibazar. There are many stories about the naming of Hakaluki Haor.
It is known that many years ago, the cookie leader of Baralekha, Hangar Singh, hid in this submerged place for fear of the soldiers of Maharaja Omar Manikya of Tripura. That is why the name of this area is Shark Luki or Hakaluki. Another such story is that there was once an aboriginal group called Henkel living west of Baralekha. The name of that area was Henkeluki. Hakaluki originates from the next Henkeluki to Hakaluki.
Moulvibazar district covers about 80 per cent of this haor, which covers an area of 161 sq km. In the monsoon, the haor is flooded and takes on a huge shape. Then its depth is 8-20 feet. During the dry season, most of the haor dries up. Only about 238 beels in Haor have less water throughout the year