Gajni Parjatan Center

Gajni Parjatan Center Gajni Parjatan Center is 220 km far from Dhaka. Where you will find the natural beauty of hills, lakes, forest & lots of birds here, it is a natural tourist spot where you can see the tribal life of our tribes. You can enjoy boating in the lake and also there is a natural waterfall what you will like to watch. If you are lucky, enough you can see the wild elephants in the forest.
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Madhutila Eco-park

Madhutila Eco-park A park with the aim of preserving the ecological balance is badly needed, and in not-so-wealthy countries like Bangladesh this is particularly noteworthy since, understandably, the environment is not a priority. Global warming has made a lot of people nervous, scientists say that if it is not taken care of now, it would ultimately have catastrophic consequences for all living beings. Such an initiative is not only good for the ecology; it is also good entertainment. An eco-park, the "Madhutila Eco-park", is such an initiative taken by the Forest Department at Nalitabari upazila in Sherpur district.
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Kangsa River

Kangsa River Kangsa River originates in the Garo Hills near Tura, in the eastern part of the shillong plateau of India and flows through Assam and Bangladesh. The river is also known as the Kangsai or the Kangsabati. After flowing south, the river enters Bangladesh 16 km north of nalitabari upazila in sherpur district and meets the Shomeshwari after flowing east. The joint flow of the Kangsa and the Shomeshwari is known as the Baulai river.
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John Burroughs