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Inani Beach

Inani beach is considered as world longest and broadest beautiful beach. It is famous for its rock and coral boulders. Here you can see hill in one side and sea on the other side that is really marvelous sight. Sunset and sunrise view of this beach should be memorable in you life. The blue water and the lines of stones attract the tourist most. The clean blue shark free  water is ideal for bathing and swimming without any fear. The Water stored in between stones accommodate small sea-fish, crabs, snail, and many more. These will keep you busy for all day long. Most of the tourists choose this relaxing place for its silent nature and environment.

    • Location Ukhia,Cox’s Bazar
    • Famous for Golden sand ,rock and coral
    • Climate The climate of this place is typically similar to the rest of the country. However, it characterized by the location in the coastal region. The annual average temperature in here remains at approximately highest 34.8 °C and lowest 16.1 °C. The average amount rainfall is at 4,285 mm.
    • How to get there

      If you are a group of 10-15 people then from Cox’s Bazar you can hire a Chander Gari,one kind of jeep to reach the spot, costing BDT 1800-2500. You can also hire an Auto Rickshaw for full day costing BDT 800-1000 if you are 2-3 people.

    • Where to stay

      There are some new hotels in this sandy beach for living but not good enough. So you may have to go back in Cox’s Bazar to stay and eat.

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