Jadipai Waterfall also known Jadipai Jhorna is one of the widest waterfalls in Bangladesh. Jadipai Waterfall is really nice place to visit. During the rainy season the flow of Jadipai fall becomes powerful. The water of this fall is cool and transparent. Though the path of this area is not smooth but when you reach there you will feel the tranquility one desires.
Jadipai Waterfall is located at deep inside the hilly area of Bandarban. It is the most charming waterfall of Bangladesh. If you want to see the natural beauty of Bangladesh then must visit Jadipai. This waterfall is the Goddess of all waterfall in Bangladesh. It is one of the widest waterfall of Bangladesh. During the rainy season the flow of Jadipai fall becomes robust. The water of this fall is so cool and transparent. Though the path of this area is not smooth but when you will reach there you will feel the full tranquility.
Travel from Bandarban to Ruma: You have to make a trip from Bandarban to Ruma Upazilla by “ChanderGari” (public jeep) or a private vehicle.
Travel from Ruma to Boga lake: From Ruma Bazar you should hire public jeep (Chander Gari) up to Boga lake and it may take Tk. 2000-2500. Before going to Bogalake you have to register your name, contact address and other details in the respective security or Army camp, you will require a guide to reach Jadipai Jhorna. For the first day the guide will charge 600/- Taka (BDT) and for the second day onwards the guide will charge 500/- Taka (BDT) per day. You should consult with the guide before going to Jadipai.
You will reach Boga lake in the following evening. So you need to pass the night there. There are many tribal villages in the Boga lake area. You can stay at night, take dinner from here and guide will help you to find a good place.
Visit the desired place Keokaradong, Jadipai Jhorna:
The Next day you should start your journey very early. You should start the trip at 7.00 am. At first you have to go Keokradong. On the way of Keokradongyou will pass a tribal village known as “Darjiling Para” where you can take rest for half an hour. After reaching Keokradong you have to prepare for a long way to reach Jadipai. It will take you about 2.5 hours to reach Jadipai from Keokradong. At this way you will pass the “Passing Para” and “Jadi Para”. Last 30 minute of this journey is really dangerous. But when you reach Jadipai you will forget all the anguish because of the natural beauty of Jadipai waterfall.
Dhaka and Bandarban are linked by road. There are direct bus services available from Dhaka to reach Bandarban.
Some of the bus services are listed below for your assistance:
1. S Alam services Ltd
2. Shyamoli Paribahan
3. Saudia Paribahan
Arambag, Contact: +88-02-7102465
Gabtoli, Contact: +88-02-8018445
There are no direct flight services available from Dhaka to Bandarban. However, you can travel to Chittagong by air and then take a bus or private car to reach Bandarban. Bangladesh Biman, United Airways, Regent Airways and Novo Air, all provide flight services to Chittagong.
1. Hillside Resort
Address: Chimbuk road, Bandarban
Contact: 01730 045083, 02-988 6983
2. Hotel Greenhill
Address: Main Road, Bandarban-4600
Contact: +88 01856699910, +88 01856699911
3. Hotel Purabi
Address: V.I.P. Road, Bandarban Sadar, Bandarban
Contact: 01823-346383, 0361-62531
4. Hotel Paharika
Address: Main Road, Bandarban
Address: It is located in the South-West of Thanchi Bazar in Thanchi Sadar Upazila
Contact: 01819537753, 01818100435
6. Upazila Rest House
Owner/Manager: Mr. Kalhacing Marma, Chairman, Upazila Parisad
Address: Thanchi Bazar (close to the mosque), Thanchi Sadar Upazila
You should notice that there is no residential or non-resident hotel, motel or restaurant in Keokradong. So you have to manage your own food, drinks and other stuffs from local tribal communities.
You need to hire a Tour guide from Ruma. There is no mobile network, no restaurant and also no proper road communication. Remember that, this journey is a bit hard. You should always carry water and first aid box with you. There are some residential hotels in Ruma Bazar, so you have to confirm hotel reservation before going to Ruma, otherwise you will have no alternative way to pass the night. If you are fortunate you can get a tribal house to pass the night.
Richhang is another natural waterfall and one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Khagrachhari District of Bangladesh. Not so wide and not as great as Jadepai or Nafakhum, but this beautiful waterfall successfully surprised the domestic and foreign travelers with its intrinsic natural beauty.)  => Array ( [name] => Horinmara Kundo Waterfall [post_id] => 25993 [post_link] => http://offroadbangladesh.com/places/horinmara-kundo-waterfall/ [thumb_link] => http://offroadbangladesh.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Horinmara-Kundu-Jhorna01-1-300x225.jpg [post_content] =>
This waterfall is known as Horinmara Kundo Waterfall (হরিনমারা কুন্ড ঝরনা). The waterfall has a beautiful basin underneath with pristine green water that was slightly colder. The waterfall was dropping directly on that basin. And it doesn't have any space at the front side (blocked by a small mound). That's why it is not possible to get a full view of the waterfall from the front (or any places).
Once upon a time, this area was having a lot of wild deers. However, by the grace of our greedy human nature, they have almost been vanished. During that golden era, lot of deers used to come here near the basin to drink water. This basin was always filled with water regardless the season. And the deers used to slack their thirst from here. And we shameless human used to hunt them from here. That's why the name of the waterfall is Horinmara Kundo Waterfall (হরিনমারা কুন্ড ঝরনা) or Horinkundo Waterfall (হরিনকুন্ড ঝরনা).)  => Array ( [name] => Himchhari Waterfall [post_id] => 1311 [post_link] => http://offroadbangladesh.com/places/himchhari-waterfall/ [thumb_link] => http://offroadbangladesh.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Himchhari-Waterfall-by-roymonotosh-237x300.jpg [post_content] =>
Many attractions are for the tourists around Cox's Bazar. You can go Himchhari to see its Waterfall, this is famous for waterfall, though in the winter season it dwindles but during the rainy season it's really a fabulous and full waterfall can be enjoyed.[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p2vIFHrNuNo[/embed]
Himchhari is a beautiful picnic spot surrounded by palm trees and bamboos. Himchhari is transformed into a colorful and fascinating panorama when the winter sun rises above hilltops and sets in the blue sea. It is only eight miles away from Cox’s Bazar town. A trip by jeep to Himchhari along the sea-beach at dawn is a rewarding experience. These charms attract the holiday makers to visit this picnic spot in large number.
Himchhari is just around 5 kilometers apart from the main town. You can reach at that place by any kind of vehicles. To enter the area, you'll need to buy tickets. Which is around 20 taka. There is only two place that you can enjoy at the park, one is the falls, and another one is the top of the hill.)  => Array ( [name] => Sijuk Waterfall 1 [post_id] => 22355 [post_link] => http://offroadbangladesh.com/places/sijuk-waterfall-1/ [thumb_link] => http://offroadbangladesh.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Sijuk-Jhorna-0-300x225.jpg [post_content] => Sijuk Waterfall 1 is located in Rangamati District, but if you decide to have a trip to Sijuk Waterfall (সিজুক ঝরনা), you can form a group comprises couple of ebullient members from Khagrachhari. You may expect poor road condition and other hectic factors. If you start your journey after a quick breakfast from Khagrachhari town, you can start for Dighinala (দীঘিনালা) by using CNG auto rickshaw. It actually costs 500 taka, but you can bargain to manage at best 450 taka. It would be advisable to contact a tour guide for directions. During the journey, you can enjoy the exquisite beauty beside the road from the vehicle. If you start your journey at 8:00 am, then you can expect to reach Dighinala at 10:00 am morning. We can reach Nondoram (নন্দরাম) village by 11:00 at morning through bike. The village is beside the river Kasalong (কাসালং). This village is actually located at the Sajek union of Rangamati (সাজেক, রাঙামাটি). Before this village, an Army camp is located on the way. Travelers must entry their names to that camp. You can have tea in that village and then start your trekking again through the hillocks of Rangamati. Some tribal people pronounce Sijuk canal as Shishuk khal (শিশুক খাল). The canal is formed after joining two mighty streams. The two waterfalls are located at those two streams. You can explore the left side stream first (furthest) and the right side (nearest) stream later. The level of the water depends on the season, but you can expect to face around an average height of 3-4 ft. But at some points the water level is near 6 ft. Also the canal is totally covered with dark forest. As the depth of the water is very high, the flow of the water is less. Lot of rotten leafs are available on the water. At some places, the mud under the water produce gasses with bad odors with bubbles when pressed by feet. The more you progress, the more you welcome the Hati Poka (হাতি পোকা).Those microscopic insect bite can cause lots of pain. Wasps and scary looking mosquitoes are there too. To add these misery, you may find some leafs stinging. A soft brushing those leafs with arms cause you inflammation. After passing through such hideous, you may finally reach near to the waterfall. We can hear the roaring sound of the waterfall but may not see that. That portion of the Jhiri (ঝিরি) is covered with large rocks. All of the rocks are covered with mosses and ferns. Those are the best hideout for snakes and other reptiles. Also crossing those stones are not easy. After jumping and bumping through rocks, you can finally reach in front of the Sijuk waterfall. It is having mighty water flow. Shorter and mightier than other one. ) )
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