Raikhiyang Lake, Rangamati [Travel Guide]

Raikkyang Lake Or Pukur Para, Rangamati


Rikhong Lake is basically a deep natural lake. It is located in the Barotholi ward in the village of Farua under Bilichari upazila of Rangamati district. It is about 2,500 feet high from the sea level and about 30 acres in the area. Tripura people live on this lake for many years. There are many fiction about this lake. The backward minor ethnic groups here worship their worship in hopes of fulfilling their desire. Though there are fiction about this lake, geologists believe that it was originally made about 2,000 years ago by volcanoes. The lake's water is clear, depending on the sun's light, weather, and clouds, different types of time are present. However, it can be said that occasionally the water of this lake contains sudden red color. The natural beauty of this lake will fascinate someone who travels. At the end of the day's hard work you can easily swim in swimming in lake water. You can easily swim because there is no aquatic plant in Lake like this lake.

Due to the many mountains around the lake and the mysterious behavior of the sky, lake water has many colors. About half of the lake water is not used by people because people do not travel in that part of the lake. This part of the lake will be very nice to you around. There is a helipad in Pukurpara Senapamp. From this place you can see the beautiful lake in the bird's eye.

It takes 3 days to walk from Farua Union of Raiganj in Bilichari upazila. It takes 4 days to go to Raichong Lake from Farhua and Bilaiichari upazila headquarters. Generally, people of the area came from Barrulli in 1 day and came to Bandarban in the night after going to Chandraghona on the way from the road the next day or going to Bilaiichari after going to Rangamati and going to Farua after 1 day. It takes 3-4 days for them to arrive.


How to get Rikhong Lake

Though located in Rangamati, due to geographical location, you will have to go through Bandarban in Raichong Lake. To reach Rangamati on the outskirts of Rangamati district, you will have to go through the waterway so that Bandarban is the easiest to go through.

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

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.

Then you will have to go to Bandarban to Chandragiri, Ruma. 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 / -.

Walking distance from Bagalake to Rikhong Lake.

Where to stay?

If there is a reference of the army or the BDR, it will not be difficult to get the hospitality of BDR in three-and-a-half kilometers. And with the hospitality of the BDR, the best possible way of eating and eating can be easily reconciled. There is no problem even if the BDR can not accommodate the camp; Marmas bamboo-woods will be arranged in the food arranged in the house. Apart from this, there can be indigenous villages in association with guide.

For anyone who wants to stay here, you can also rent some tribal houses for rent.

Remakite can be in the market. Remakri Chairman's name is Afro Mong; He has a rest house here, on the top of a hill. One room to rent 500 rupees, 10 to 12 people. You can rent it. Almost every home in Marma has a very low-cost-eating facility. The cost of eating three meals is 200 rupees per person; There is no cost to stay in this case.

There is an official restaurant in Thanchi. Besides, there are some houses to stay in the boat ghat. No room to stay in these rooms

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