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Tourist Attractions

Tourist Attractions

1. Lawachara Rain Forest | Sreemangal
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This major National Park is located 8 kilometers east of Sreemangal. The park offers ample trekking opportunities through the forest. Over 460 different species of Birds, Mammals and Reptiles live in this forest. Mentionable Lawachara Rain Forest animal species include Deer, Wild Chicken, Squirrel, Python, Endangered Hoolok Gibbons, Capped Langoor, Slow Loris, Birds, Snakes, Banana, Spiders etc. The forest is really dense at some places like those of primeval ones. Rumors run that at shady and dark corners sometimes big cats like leopardsare also seen. However it is very popular destination for bird watching as over 260 bird species has been recorded here.

2. Tamabil Jaflong | Sreemangal
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Situated amidst splendid panorama, Tamabil is a border outpost on Sylhet-Shilong Road about 55km away from Sylhet town. Besides enchanting views of the area one can also have a glimpse of the waterfalls across the border from Tamabil. Jaflong is also a scenic spot nearby amidst tea gardens and rate beauty of rolling stones from hills.

3. Hakaluki Haor | Sreemangal
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This is a 192 sq kilometer marsh wetland ecosystem. About 190,000 people live in the surrounding areas. It supports a wide range of migratory birds and fishes, hence it is a good location for seasonal bird watching.

4. Rema-Kalenga Forest | Sreemangal

The Rema-Kalenga Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the adjacent Habiganj district. It is a part of the tarap hill reserved forest the largest remnant of Bangladesh Highland Natural Forest. The sanctuary encompasses several hills of different elevations and low lying valleys. The highest peak of the hill is about 67 meter from the sea level. The sanctuary is drained by a number of small, sandy-bedded streams and includes one small 0.5ha artificial lake. The forest is mixed evergreen, where tall trees are deciduous and evergreen. The forest encompasses a total land area of 1795 0.54ha and home to a wonderful variety of plant, animal and birds. It is said to provide good bird watching experience. Recorded species include 37 mammals, 160 birds, 7 amphibians, 18 reptiles and 637 plants but it is believed to be much less. Four different ethnic communities (Shantal, Tripura, Telugu and Urang) live in and around the forest.

5. Shatchari Forest | Sreemangal

Located about 60km southwest of Sreemangal is the 243 hectare Satchari National Park (formerly known as the Telepara Forest Reserve). This park is part of a much larger protected region. Although less popular than Lawachara, it is a superb slab of tropical forest with a higher diversity of plants and animals than Lawachara, and with far less human disturbance. There are a number of marked walking Trails, Several Streams, A population of hoolock gibbons, fishing cats, Phayre’s langur, jungle fowl, pygmy woodpeckers and oriental pied horn-bills can be seen here.