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Tour To See Wildlife

Tour To See Wildlife Packages
Country: Bangladesh
City: Srimangal
Duration: 5 Day(s) - 4 Night(s)
Tour Category: Eco Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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Package Itinerary

5 Days 4 Nights

Day-1: Arrive in Dhaka

You will be welcomed and received at the airport and then transfer to the hotel. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 02: Dhaka–Srimangal

Leave Dhaka early in the morning by train/Bus/Car for Srimangal travels through the rice fields, natural view & tea gardens let you experience the different geography of Bangladesh. Upon arrival at Srimongal, you will be received & transferred to Hotel/Guest House. After lunch drive to a nearby tea plantation, and overnight at a Guest House/ Hotel.

Day-03: Srimangal

Start early in the morning for rewarding wildlife trekking through the nearby Lawachera Tropical Rain forest-evergreen forest (National Park). This is the best time to observe the abundant and diverse wildlife. As one of the last remaining tropical rain forests of Bangladesh, the Lawacharra forest is home to a large variety of rare and endangered species, the most prominent of which are the Hollock Gibbons. The small track of dense forests is heaven for birdwatchers, naturalists, and adventure seekers alike, Khasia tribal village’s lifestyle in the deep jungle, back to Hotel/Guest House.

Day-4: Srimangal-Dhaka

This morning you will catch the train back to Dhaka, after arriving there transferred to the hotel.

Day-5: Departure

You will be transferred to the airport for departure.

Price Included:

AC Transport.

Parking fee and Entrance fee.

Accommodation on twin sharing basis

All meals.

All activities inside the place.

Mineral water for drinking during the trip.

An accompanied Guide during the trip.

Know More About Lawachara National Park:

Lawachara National Park is a major national park and nature reserve in Bangladesh. The park is located at Kamalganj Upazila, Moulvibazar District in the northeastern region of the country. It is located within the 2,740 ha (27.4 km2) West Bhanugach Reserved Forest.

Biological diversity in the Lawachara National Park consists of 460 species, of which 167 species are plants, 4 amphibian species, 6 reptile species, 246 bird species, 20 mammal species, and 17 insect species. One of these is the critically endangered western hoolock gibbons, of which only 62 individuals remain in the area.

The forest of Lawachara is of a mixed type, with the understory usually composed of evergreens, including Quercus, Syzygium, Gmelina, Dillenia, Grewia, and Ficus. The upper canopy, meanwhile, is mainly composed of tall deciduous trees including Tectona, Artocarpus Chaplasha, Tetrameles, and Hopea Odorata. Toona Ciliata, and Pygenum. It is a mixed evergreen forest with medicinal plants.

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