I can’t explain how much beautiful country Bangladesh is.
Bangladesh is a country full of natural beauty. This country is full of natural beauty as well as prosperity. The natural beauty of this country cannot be described. Hundreds of nature lovers have been fascinated by the natural beauty of this country since the distant past. These nature lovers come to Bangladesh full of this natural beauty of their dreams whenever they get time.
I will talk about the Sundarbans at the beginning. The Sundarbans is the largest and most beautiful mangrove forest in the world.
The total area of the Sundarbans is about 10,000 square kilometers, which is jointly located between Bangladesh and India. The Bangladesh part of the Sundarbans covers an area of 6,017 sq km. The Sundarbans of Bangladesh is part of Khulna, Satkhira, Bagerhat, Patuakhali and Barguna districts. In 1997, UNESCO recognized the Sundarbans as a World Heritage Site.
The Sundarbans, rich in biodiversity, covers 1,84 sq km of waterlogged areas with rivers, canals and beels. The Sundarbans is known as the abode of many species of birds including the Royal Bengal Tiger, Chitra deer, crocodiles and snakes. There are about 350 species of plants, 120 species of fish, 260 species of birds, 42 species of mammals, 35 species of reptiles and 6 species of amphibians.
The Sundarbans is named after the beautiful tree. The only way to get into the Sundarbans is by boat. Winter is a good time to visit the Sundarbans. Every day innumerable domestic and foreign tourists come to visit this Sundarbans full of natural beauty. The amazing beauty of the Sundarbans fascinates everyone.
Then I will talk about Cox’s Bazar, the longest beach in Bangladesh and the world. It has the longest uninterrupted natural sandy beach in the world which stretches for 120 km continuously from Cox’s Bazar city to Badramokam. It has the largest marine fishing port and submarine cable landing station in Bangladesh. It is one of the natural beauties of Bangladesh. Its natural beauty is so beautiful that it can be understood by seeing the daily domestic and foreign tourists.
Himchhari: Himchhari is located 16 km south of Cox’s Bazar. The main attractions here are the fragile hills and waterfalls. On the way from Cox’s Bazar to Himchhari, the green hills on the left and the blue water of the sea on the right create a captivating view. During the monsoons, the Himachari springs seem to be much more alive and vibrant.
St. Martin’s Island is the only coral island in Bangladesh which is a small island of 16 sq km in the southernmost part of the mainland and 120 km away from the district town of Cox’s Bazar. In the local language, St. Martin is also called Coconut Ginger. The island is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Bangladesh. The combination of the blue sky with the blue water of the sea, the rows and rows of coconut trees have made this island unique.
I talked a lot about the beach.
Now let’s talk about Jaflong, Lalakhal, Ratargul of Sylhet. Sylhet is one of the significant natural beauty of Bangladesh. Because there are many places of interest in Sylhet. Jaflong, Lalakhal, Bichanakandi, Ratargul Swamp Forest, Madhabkund Falls, Kulaura etc. This Sylhet division is full of sights and natural beauty. Moreover, like Hakaluki Haor, it is located in the big haor of Bangladesh and this Sylhet division. It is one of the largest freshwater wetlands in South Asia.
There are Buddhist monasteries in Paharpur, Shat Gumbuj Mosque in Bagherhat, Srimangal in Moulvibazar, Lauyachhara National Park, Sitakunda in Chittagong, Mahamaya Ecopark, Kotbari in Comilla, Shalban Bihar, Ananda Bihar etc.
This is our favorite Bangladesh full of these natural beauties for thousands of years. The natural beauty of this country has captivated the minds of kings, travelers and nature lovers even in the distant past.
These places of interest and natural beauty are deeply rooted in our history and heritage.