Rangamati: Explore Beautiful Hills, Lake, Waterfall Together

Rangamati is a place upon which nature has bestowed her highest grace. The distance from Dhaka to Rangamati is 328 kilometre, and it takes around 8 hours to travel to Rangamati by car or bus. There is the number of places in Rangamati which are filled with immense beauty and offer a fresh and unique liveliness.


Name: Explore Rangamati
Location: Rangamati ,Bangladesh.
Destination: Dhaka to Rangamati
Transport: Shamoli Bus Service, Hanif Paribhan etc bus services from 
Uttara Fakirapul, Saydabad, Kalampur, Panthopath, etc.
Fair: BDT 500 to 700 (Bus)
Time: 6 - 7 Hours (Bus).
Explore: Kaptai Lake, Kaptai National Park, Hanging, Bridge Sajek valley, 
Shuvolong Waterfall, Rangamati, Bangladesh.
Distance: 328  kilometers from Dhaka Rangamati
Cost: Depend to coverage tourists spots.
Accommodation: Hotels, Cottages ,Motel etc available.
Food: Available.
Advice: Keep dry foods, water, medicines, saline, glucose, extra money, and kits.

Kaptai Lake, Kaptai National Park, Hanging Bridge, Sajek valley are some of the many places to visit in Rangamati. Even sitting in a quiet place near Kaptai Lake and staring at the immense expanse of water, the distant landscape of valleys of a different shape is immensely fulfilling and a blissful experience. For those individuals who want to travel and explore various places surrounding Kaptai Lake, they can always take a ship ride around Kaptai Lake and see by being in the heart of the Lake the charm and mesmerizing aura of the place.

Rangamati travel
Kaptai, Rangamati

Situated above the Kaptai Lake is a famous bridge known as the Hanging Bridge, also known as the Jhulonto Bridge. The Hanging Bridge is not actually in a hanging state; it has two pillars at both sides of the bridge inside the water. However the beauty of this bridge lies in its simplicity, and when seen together as a part of the Kaptai Lake, especially from a little distance, it is an absolute feast for the eyes.

A lonely walk on the bridge, or standing upon the bridge with friends and family members can add a new quality of travelling experience for the visitors. Tourist and visitors can stay at the Rangamati motel which is very near from the Hanging Bridge. The hotel prices are moderate and of good quality.

Another place near about 20 kilometres from Rangamati is the Shuvolong Waterfall. Not only in Rangamati, but also in the whole of Bangladesh such a situation is hard to find where the grandeur and enormity of nature can be felt so intimately. The only path that is open to visit Shuvolong Waterfall is a boat which will directly take the tourist near the Waterfall. The Shuvolong Waterfall is surrounded by high hills and the scintillating waterfall.

The experience of visiting that place is beyond words, for the environment which a tourist will get access to immediately after entering the area of the waterfall is genuinely subliminal. It can be guaranteed that nature can be seen and experienced at its most beautiful if one visits the Shuvolong Waterfall. In the boat journey to the Shuvolong Waterfall from Rangamati, tourists can see big hills very close by and also hills small in appearance over the distance. Also, travelers can see clouds passing in the daylight and a remarkable and astounding silence accompanied by the sound of the water as the boat floats passing through a faint and gentle breeze is indeed a luminous experience for any tourist.


Apart from the places surrounding Kaptai Lake and Shuvlong Waterfall another fantastic and unique place to visit while staying in Rangamati is the Rajban Bihar Pagoda. It is an international Buddhist Temple, and many Buddhist around the world come to visit this place. This place is situated just five kilometres away from Rangamati so tourists can take an auto rickshaw or a car to visit this amazing temple.

While returning from Rangamati, the tourists can stare from their bus windows and see distant hills covered with clouds bidding them an embracing farewell and giving them indeed an experience which is unforgettable. A heaven presides in the tranquil nature of Rangamati, and the tourists are always welcome to get a taste of it.