Sylhet Nature Tour Bangladesh

Sylhet is the tea capital, a prime attraction for all tourists visiting Bangladesh. Lies between the Khasia and the Jaintia hills on the north, and the Tripura hills on the south. Sylhet breaks the monotony of the flatness of this land with a multitude of terraced tea gardens, rolling countryside, and exotic flora and fauna. This is home to the largest Shrines in the region, a land of vibrant cultures from tribal & local people. Its natural resources like a rainforest, swamp forest, wetlands, waterfalls, Tamabil, Jaflong, Lalakhal, and the Bichanakandi-connected to Meghalaya by the river are most interesting to visit.  Srimangal is a major attraction of Sylhet to visit for every tourist to experience the tea estate of the country.  Make an adventure and lose yourself in nature for a few days.

Duration :
5 Days
Locations :
Sylhet & Srimangal
Attractions :
  • Tea plantations.
  • Lawachara rain forest
  • Ratargul Swamp forest
  • Madhabpur Dam
  • Hum Hum Waterfall.
  • Madhabkunda waterfall
  • Jaflong zero point
  • Tamabil
  • Lalakhal
  • Bichanakandi
  • Shrine of Hazrat Shah Jalal & Shah Paran
  • Pineapple, Lemon & Rubber Garden
  • Monipuri - Khasia community
Tour Available :
Round the year.
Best time to go:
Round the year.

Tour Highlights:

  • Visit the tea capital Srimangal & Sylhet covered by around 163 tea gardens.
  • Walk through the tea, rubber, pineapple & lemon gardens.
  • Enjoy famous seven-layer tea on traditional tea stall ‘Neel Kantha’.
  • Adventure on Lawachara rain forest, the national reserved forest with lots of birds, animals, and rare trees.
  • Make an adventure in Ratargul Swamp forest. Experience the floating forest and the wild snakes.
  • Visit the Madhabpur dam covered by small hills,  Meet Manipuri & Khashia people
  • Visit Hazrat Shahjalal & Hazrat Shah Pran Shrine, two famous Sufi Muslim figures in the region.
  • Enjoy a wonderful cruise on Lala Khal.
  • Visit Jaflong zero-point located with India border-the largest point of collecting stones and Tamabil-another site of Border with India.
  • Visit Bichanakandi the place covered by tiny rivers from Meghalaya.
  • Visit Manipuri & Khasia people and walk through the village to learn their present lifestyles and method of weaving cloths.
  • Make trekking to Madhabkunda & Hum Hum waterfalls.
  • Visit Hazrat Shahjalal & Hazrat Shah Pran Shrine, two famous Sufi Muslim figures in the region.

Tour Itinerary

Day 1 : Sreemangal Tea Estates, Madhabpur Lake and Manipuri Para.
  • Around 7:00, our responsible guide will meet you.  We will start a drive toward Srimangal for 4:30 hrs approximately.
  • On arrival, visit the nearest tea gardens. If we get the chance will visit the tea factory where you can see the processing of making drinkable tea.
  • We will drive to visit the Madhabpur dam (lake) covered by small hills and tea gardens. We will stop at some pineapple and rubber gardens on the way back.
  • We will go to the Manipuri Tribal community village. Learn their present lifestyles and weaving method of their own traditional clothes. Mostly they are living a modern lifestyle nowadays.
  • Taste the famous ‘7 layer tea’ in a tea stall called Neel Kantho in the evening. We will stop for the day in Sreemangal.
Day 2 : Trekking to Hum Hum Waterfall in Sreemangal.
  • Early in the morning,  we will drive to Kolabonpara to start a trek. We need 4 hours of trekking inside the forest to visit Hum Hum Waterfall.  Visit nearest villages and forest area till afternoon.
  • Overnight in Sreemangal.
Day 3 : National Rainforest of Lawachara, Madhabkunda Waterfall and Sylhet.
  • Early in the morning, get ready to visit the Lawachara National Park. It is the last remaining tropical rainforest in this country. Also, home to a large variety of rare and endangered species, the most prominent of which are the Hallock Gibbons.
  • After, we will drive to visit Madhabkunda Waterfall, which is the largest one in Bangladesh.
  • In the afternoon, we will drive to Sylhet for the night's stay.
Day 4 : Jaflong Zero Point, Wonderful Lala Khal in Sylhet.
  • Today, we will start with a wonderful cruise on Lala Khal. Two hours of a refreshing cruise on blue water will let us see the Indian border.
  • We will drive to Jaflong Zero Point- a border part of Bangladesh with India. The small hills and water flow from the Himalayas create a beautiful landscape. Apart from that, this is a place for stone collecting. Thousand of workers collect stones from the river which is an ideal place for photography.
  • After lunch, we will Tamabil and Jainta area to meet Khasia tribals.
  • Overnight in Sylhet City.
Day 5 : Ratargul Swamp forest, Beautiful Bichanakandi and flying Dhaka.
  • Today we will make a boat ride to explore Ratargul Swamp Forest. The flooded trees and the wild snakes are adventurous. This place is beautiful during the rainy season.
  • After, we will drive to visit Bichanakandi. Here you can see the hilly tiny river flowing from the hills of Meghalaya, the stream flows through stones as usually found in this part of Sylhet, and it is surrounded by hills covered with green vegetation. The boat ride is really enjoyable.
  • In the evening, fly Dhaka from Sylhet airport and finish the wonderful adventure.

Price for the tour (Per Person)

Starting Price
USD 480.00


  • All Accommodation in 3 stars hotels or resorts on a twin share basis. (Upgrades of hotels and single supplement is available)
  • All transportation is like an air-conditioned car and other vehicles or rides for the entire trip.
  • All meals at local standard restaurants and mineral water for drinking.
  • English-speaking accompanied guide for the entire trip.
  • All entrance fees during the trip.


  • Personal expenses.
  • Food not mentioned above.
  • Tips.


  • Timing and assembling for the places are flexible; We could change them because of traffic during the tour.
  • Bengali local food is spicy. Biriyani & Khichuri made of rice, lentil, meat, and special spices are the famous food of old Dhaka and is available in other cities. (Non-spicy food is also possible to order at most of the restaurants).
  • Short dresses are not a problem in the Srimangal area.


The best time to visit Bangladesh depends on your preferences and the type of experience you’re seeking. Bangladesh has a tropical monsoon climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. October to March is generally considered the best time to visit Bangladesh.  The weather is cool and dry, making it comfortable for travel and outdoor activities. It’s an excellent time to explore cultural and historical sites, as well as natural attractions.


We are very sincere in making each of your trips special. Sundarbans is a place where you should be very careful to get it’s best.  Get the idea by following the information.

     Forest friendly Itinerary:

  • Our itinerary is made by experiences of 30 years. There are many things you should follow like tide, time, wildlife timing & silence.

     Off-the-Beaten-Path Exploration:

  • Explore lesser-known areas of the Sundarbans to have a more unique and less crowded experience.
  • There are many tourist boats & ships in the forest. We seek an empty spot in our activities.

     Specialized Activities:

  • Participate in specialized activities such as bird watching, canal cruises, or guided nature walks to enhance your experience.
  • Consider exploring the Sundarbans from a different perspective, such as a silent boat trip through the creeks.

     Responsible Tourism:

  • Our boats are eco-friendly and silent at night. We follow responsible tourism options to minimize your impact on the environment and support sustainable practices.

     Small Private Group:

  • Our group is private and smaller to experience the best of Sundarbans.


The experience of decades in inbound travel with honesty is our capital. Apart from that, our hospitality and care are priceless you get. We always believe that you are on holiday and it’s our job to make your days memorable. Our realistic and comfortable travel plan is prior to serving you at a reasonable price.


Yes. VOA is available at international airports. The citizens of All European Countries, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Russia, China, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, South Korea, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait & Oman can get Visa on Arrival (VOA) for the official duty, business, investment and tourism regardless of the Bangladeshi mission status.  Check eligibility, requirements, fees, duration & all other information from our website link.



You must get permission to visit Chittagong Hill Tracts and it’s included in our package. Separate permission is required for Rangamati and Bandarban. We are an authorized company and you must not worry about that.


Our Package includes complimentary breakfast at the hotels and lunch-dinner at good-quality restaurants. Bengali local food is spicy. Plain rice, vegetables, fish & meat are available in restaurants. Biriyani & Khichuri made of Rice, lentils, meat, and special spices are the famous food of old Dhaka also available in other cities. Non-spicy food is possible to order at most of the restaurants if you like. In Sundarbans, we have a special chef to make your food. We offer food for vegetarians. But there are limitations of items at some restaurants in remote areas.

If you want to exclude food, that’s fine. We will take you to the best restaurants.