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Rema Kalenga is the largest natural forest after the Sundarbans in Bangladesh. A sanctuary for wild animals, this dry forest has been declared as ‘Reserve Forest’ by the government. Though Rema and Kalenga are two different forests, they are closely connected.
Rema Kalenga Trail is the most adventurous trail in Bangladesh. Besides the deep forest and wild animals, tourists will be greeted by indigenous communities such as Tripura, Munda, and Oraw who have been living there for ages. its all about nature
A watchtower and a natural lake are the added attractions at Kalenga besides the grave of Bir Uttham Abdul Mannan who embraced martyrdom while fighting in the Liberation War. A Tipra (Tripura) tribal village is near at the border. This forest is rich with flora & fauna and a hideout for a number of rare animals of Bangladesh.
Rema-Kalenga Reserve Forest is extremely popular with animal lovers as well. Anyone visiting this forest may encounter various species of apes, squirrels, deer, tigers, elephants, wild dogs and pigs besides a host of birds including parrots, magpies, owls, kingfishers, eagles, and seagulls.
6 Person: BDT 3350 per person
8 Person: BDT 3150 per person
10 Person: BDT 2900 per person
12 Person: BDT 2600 per person
1 Person: USD 200 per person
2 Person: USD 138 per person
3 Person: USD 119 per person
4 Person: USD 86 per person
Rema Kalenga is one of the abundant with wildlife and natural resources. The forest is popular with birds and lots of rare animals. This authentic experience is designed to make travelers get most out of the forest in the wildlife expedition. The accommodation will be provided at a cottage just beside Rema Kalenga forest which might not meet your standard. But we are ensuring hygiene and security. Just imagine you are staying in the middle of a forest abundant with massive wildlife.
Tour will be started at 6 AM in the morning. Journey to Sayestagonj, Habigonj District in Sylhet Division by Non-A/C Bus. A/C bus is also available. Besides, train service is also available depending on availability. It’ll take approximately 4 hours to reach Sayestagonj.
10 AM: Reach Sayestagonj and start the journey to Rema-Kalenga Reserve Forest by CNG or local transport.
11 AM: Check in to community homestay or Avijatrik holiday home.
1 PM: Lunch at the community homestay with standard Bengali menu.
After lunch starts trekking through the wildlife sanctuary, our local guide will accompany you on the whole trek. We’ve identified the most important spots for wildlife expedition and photography and also designed the trekking to explore most of the crucial point of the forest.
Return to the community homestay in the evening. Enjoy a cup of tea at the midst of wild forest and hear stories from our host.
Dinner will be served at community homestay with home cooked standard Bengali menu.
Take breakfast early in the morning to get a quick start. Breakfast will be served from the local house with standard Bengali menu.
Visit the tribal villages around the forest.
After breakfast starts trekking through the wildlife sanctuary, our local guide will accompany you on the whole trek. We’ve identified the most important spots for wildlife expedition and photography and also designed the trekking to explore most of the crucial point of the forest.
End of the trekking. Lunch at the community homestay with standard Bengali menu.
3 PM: Check out from homestay and start the journey to Sayestagnj.
From there, a Non-A/C or A/C will take you to Dhaka by 11 PM.