• Cox's Bazar Laboni Beach Photo: Royal Tours
  • Sundarbans Photo: Nazmush Shams
  • St Martin's Island The magnificent coral island!
  • Ratargul Swamp Forest Photo: Rafsanjani Rahi
  • Bisnakandi, Sylhet Photo: A R Fahim
  • Madhabkunda Eco Park Photo: Rajjib Hassan
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Nature Attractions in Bangladesh

Find the most popular nature attractions in Bangladesh from all top destinations. There's 266 nature attractions in various districts of Bangladesh. The major regions in Bangladesh with top nature attractions are Chittagong Division, Dhaka Division, Sylhet Division, Khulna Division and Barisal Division. And the major districts are Cox's Bazar, Dhaka, Moulvibazar, Sylhet and Khulna.

Bangladesh is home to numerous natural attractions: wildlife, beaches, and forests. It houses marvels of nature, such as the Cox's Bazar Beach, which is considered to be the world's longest unbroken sea beach. The beach runs for a stretch of as many as 125 km, and is one of the most visited tourist attractions of the country. The Sundarbans are probably the most exquisite natural phenomenon, and delight onlookers who are mesmerized by the sheer beauty of the pristine mangrove forests. These jungles are home to the Royal Bengal Tiger and a plethora of flora and fauna. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, these are the largest mangrove forests on earth and are situated between the two neighbour countries - India and Bangladesh. The Chittagong Hill-Tracts form a beautiful nature site, which is home to the tribal groups of Bangladesh. The place is also ideal for trekking. It is also possible to interact with the tribes of the region with a permission from the local authorities. The Sangu river, considered the most beautiful river in Bangladesh flows through the region. A boat ride across the river during the monsoons is an experience in itself! Srimangal comprises tea gardens - the place is called the 'Tea Capital' of Bangladesh.

Bangladesh Regions with Nature Attractions

The nature attractions of Bangladesh are listed in the following 8 regions. Click on a region bellow to find nature attractions of that specific region.

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