Vashoman Peyara Bazaar, Floating Guava Market, Jhalokathi, Barisal [Travel Guide]

Floating Guava Market, Vashoman Peyara Bazaar, Barisal. Photo: Rezwan Tahmi

The largest guava garden in the continent of Asia has been established in the Simonti area of three districts of Jhalokati Barisal Pirojpur. This guava garden is grown on about 31 thousand acres of land in 26 villages of the district. About 20,000 families of these places are directly involved in guava cultivation. Besides, Banaripara upazila of Barisal is also famous for guava cultivation.

Vimruli Floating Market in Jhalokati district of southern Bangladesh. In the Peaar season, the Hat has returned to life throughout the year. Bikikini, which is about 15 kilometers away from Jhalokathi district town, runs from morning to evening every day of the week, from the small canals of Vimaruli village. Hundreds of boats are loaded with guava. The vendors find the buyer in the canals here. And most of the buyers are the wholesaler. They came to market with big engine boats. Buy guava from small boats and run them in Dhaka or any other big city.



Floating Guava Market, Vashoman Peyara Bazaar, Barisal. Photo: Rezwan Tahmi
Vimruli hat sit in a mound of the canal. Three canals have come from three sides here. In the relatively spacious estuary, the fruit growers find the buyers of boats and fruits. Countless guava gardens in all the villages around Vimoruli From these gardens, the farmers brought the guava in the market directly by boat. There is a small bridge above the canal at the northern end of the floating market. From there the market is very well seen. The interesting aspect is that the size and design of all the boats here are almost the same. It seems as if all boats made of the same craftsman.

The most busy time of Bimoruli Bazar is from 12.12pm to 3pm. During this time the number of boats exceeded a few hundred.


How to go

There are many different ways to go. Best of Launch

The way to go to Jhalakhati on the launch
The 'MV Tipu' and 'MV Sunderban-2' launches were launched from Sadarghat at 6pm for Jhalakathi. Rent Double cabin 1 thousand 8 hundred taka Single cabin 1 thousand rupees and 2 crores per call.

The way to go to steamer Jhalakhati
Floating Guava Market, Vashoman Peyara Bazaar, Barisal. Photo: Rezwan Tahmi
BIWTA rocket-steamers 'PS Mahasud', 'PS Ostrich', 'PS Leopcha' and 'PS Turn' were discontinued from Sadarghat in Dhaka. Swim steamers on weekdays. The first class cabin in the rented house will cost Tk 1,250. The second class cabin will cost Tk 760 per person. Calling the third class at a cost of 190 rupees.

The way to go to the market in the market of Hularharat and the way to go to the market
From Dhaka Sadarghat you can go to the launch of Hularhat. For the purpose of Hularhat, leaving 3/4 launches from 7 pm to 8 pm every day. Sit on it. Rent: Deck 100-180 taka (understand the crowd). Single cabin 900 Taka, Double 1800 Taka Banaripara will reach the next day at 6am. Read here. Because your river will also be seen somewhat.

Fix a big trawler at Banaripara. Take the rent from 1500 to 2000 taka. Tell me to put a camp. Tell the trawler walah first to take direct boom. Because Bhimruli is the largest floating guava market in the region. It will take about one and a half hour for it. Visit the bimaruli and visit around the bell, sell it there. Read the lightning saat from here. Then tell the boat the boat to take the Atghar School to the boat market. Go there and stop the boat and take a bath.

Then go to Kureana Bazar. Take lunch and eat there. Now tell the boat to Banaripara / Nadarabad. Barisal will live in both places. Get out of the bus and go to the stomach. Take a look at Gutia Mosque. Then Durgasagar Dighi in Auto. Then will go to Barisal bus. Starting without launch from Barisal at 8.30 After the last launch, after 9 minutes.

Those who want to go by Bus or By Road-
From Dhaka

Jhalakathi AC bus from Gabtali in Dhaka also goes to Sakura Paribahan. Rent is 8 hundred taka Besides, 'AC' buses of 'speed', 'Eagle', 'Survee' and 'Sakura' transport also go to the buses, Rent 350 to 450 taka. Besides, there are buses of Sugandha Paribahan bus to go to Shalimpur from Dhaka to Jhalakathi. It takes about half an hour to go to the motorbike from Jhalakathi district headquarters. And it takes an hour to actually take an engine boat. Engine boats are available from Jhalakathi Launchghat or Wooden wood. A boat for ten people to run for the whole day is worth 15 to 2 thousand taka. It is better to ride in engine boat than motorbike in this way.

From Barisal

From Barisal's Raptali bus stand, Khulna-bound Dhanasiri will be transported. Cross the Jhalakhati and ask to downgrade at Kiratipasha. Rent 60 taka From there you can get the shared auto vimaruli 20-30 taka.


Where to eat

Vimoruli turn around in the market of Kuriana. There is a shop named Morning Hotel (locally known as Boudi Hotel). Its cooking is very good. 5-7 people do not need to speak before. If you have a big group, go through the order. At the boudi restaurant, eat fresh rice with fresh fish.

Where to stay
You can return all day from Jhalakathi again in the evening. If you want to stay in the city, the general quality of the city is the only hope. One of the hotels in this city is 'Dhanashirri Rest House' at Kalibari Road, 'Arafat Boarding' at Lasaas Patti, 'Halima Boarding' on Sadar Road. Rent 1 to 250 taka

Apart from this, you can have a hotel ifty in Swarupkathi Miyar. The standard quality of this river will also be an ideal place to live in the river.

But if you want to stay in a hotel you will have to go to Barisal Sadar. Distance from Jhalakathi, which is about 20 kilometers away.

When will you go
July, August, September month Peacar season. The season of the season comes when the paarara is over. The yield of urea in this region is also everywhere. And finally comes the superiree.

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