Lung Fer Va Saitar Jhorna, Waterfall, Bandarban [Travel Guide]

Lung Fer Va Saita, Waterfall, Bandarban, Credit: Bangladeshi


Lung Fer Va Saita is a huge spring name in Bandarban. As the name is so difficult, the trail to this fountain is very difficult. Till now, only a few people have reached the feet in this fountain. You can also see his 'P' Falas from Thaingdoul. But remember that there are many dangerous trails.

Trail: Ruma - Bagalake - Kekrodong - Thaikang Para - Thingdale Parade - Silopi Para - Lung Fer Va Saita

When will you go

During the monsoon, while watching the real beauty of Lung Fer Va Saita Fountain.

The way to go to the fountain of Lung Fer Va Saita

First you have to go to Bandarban town. Many transport companies leave the bus to Bandarban every day from various places in Dhaka. You can go to Bandarban riding on one of the buses such as Shyamoli, Hanif, Unique, S Alam, Dolphin. They leave for Bandarban at Kalabagan, Sayedabad or Fakirapul at 10pm or around 11:30 pm. Rs. 550 per house for non AC bus AC 950 Taka

Chittagong can go to Bandarban. Pudali and Purbani Paribahan buses from Baddharhat to Bandarban are settled. These buses are priced at Tk 220 per person.

Now you have to go from Chandpur to Bandarban. From Ruma to the boat will be to Ruma Bazar, it takes about an hour to boats. There are some hotels to stay in the Ruma market, but should go to Bagalak within the day, Ruma Bazar must reach around 4pm, after 4pm the army and the new Chan's car do not allow to go to Baga Lake. Chandra's car from Ruma Bazar takes 4 hours to Bagha Lake.

From Bandaraban to Ruma Upazila Sadar, the cost will be 80/100 rupees per person, or rented a full jeep, from 2200-2500 / - and from Ruma to Bagalek, if you rent 80-100 / - or the entire jeep, then 2200-2500 / -. For the purpose of Kekkadong, leave for the night in the wet lake. After this one was taken to Thaikang Para, Thingdale, Pahela, Silopi, and finally, Lung Fer Va Saita.

Where to stay

Residential House Reservation at Bagha Lake - This number can be contacted (Laram Bam-01552376551). However, because of network deficiency, it can not be connected to Nambi for most of the time. Here a modern rest house of Hill Development Board is under construction. Within a few days, there will be an opportunity for night to be there. Apart from this, indigenous people have arrangements for food and lodging.

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