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Lawacherra Rain Forest

Lawacherra Rain Forest is one of the well-reserved and significant forestry in Bangladesh. Here you will get to see rich flora and fauna of the valley of Sylhet. You can enjoy natural beauty and wildlife together here. Here you will find only one rare Chloroform tree of Asia and that is the key attraction of this place. If you are a bird lover and watcher don’t miss this place. You can find different kind of birds and animals here. Some of wild animals are leopard, Deer, squirrel, wild chicken and python. Khasia & Manipuri is two important ethnic-tribe live here. The territory is hilly and vegetation is honestly thick. You will also get here seven colour tea with in seventy taka.

    • Location Srimangal,Moulvibazar,Sylhet
    • Climate Temp: 10 c to 33 c, Rainfall: 555 cm, Altitude:25 m
    • How to get there

      You can go from Dhaka to Srimangal by bus or train service. Daily bus services are available from Dhaka to Srimangal every hour from sayedabad and take about 3.5 hours. The forest is located about 12km from Srimangal city. From Srimangal city you can hire transport to go to the forest. It will be 20 minutes road drive from Srimongol Railway Station.

    • Where to stay

      You will find some good hotels and restaurant at Sylhet and Srimangal town to stay and have food.

    • Entry Permits/Fees

      No

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