Toiduchara Waterfall

Published:  12:01 AM, 01 December 2018

Largest waterfall of Khagrachhari

 Largest waterfall of Khagrachhari

Toiduchara is the most beautiful waterfall in Bangladesh. It is also known as Shibchari Jharna. It is the largest waterfall of Khagrachhari, surrounded by green hills. You can enjoy natural beauty of this waterfall and it is an ideal place for photography and trekking. Actually there are two Waterfalls you can see here. It will take 30 minutes of walking distance from 1st waterfall to reach the 2nd one.

It has been discovered few years ago.  Fountain water flows through the bends of hills amid green wild forest and hills. The surroundings are absorbed with the whirling sound of the flowing water. Water is falling to the rocky ground from 300 feet high hill. Unlike other fountains here water does not fall directly to the ground, here water falls to the ground sloping down through the staircase-like rocky layers.

How to reach: Khagrachhari district

There are two ways to get in Khagrachari, both by road: Direct from Dhaka via BaroiarHat or from Chittagong. A number of non-stop coach services are available from Dhaka (e.g., Shanti Paribahan, Soudia, S. Alam, Eagle and ShamoliParibahan). Gabtoli, Saidabad, Komolapur and Kolabagan are the bus stand name in Dhaka where you can get bus tickets.

From Chittagong you can get non-AC bus services of BRTC and Shanti Paribahan are most convenient with the fare as cheap as to travel to Khagarachari or the other two hill districts (Rangamati and Bandarban). Oxygen-moor is the bus stand name in Chittagong. But there is no bus service will available after 6 pm.

Eating Facilities

As well as you can find some restaurant here to eat. If you stay in Khagrachari then go to System Restaurant. It is the best restaurant in Khagrachari with lowest price. Don't forget to eat bamboo fry there.

Travel Tips

There are mainly three seasons are noticed at Khagrachari. The dry season (November to March) is cool, sunny and dry. The pre-monsoon season (April and May) is very hot and sunny with occasional shower.

And another is the rainy season (June to October) is warm, cloudy and wet. Make sure you have good physical fitness. Take a 4ft long bamboo stick and a good trekking boot which can grip maximum. You have to cross at least 8 km of waterways.

Take plastic bags for your electronic devices. Always keep bandaid and odomos (mosquito repellent cream) with yourself. Take at least two sets of clothes, torchlight, extra socks and drinking water.

You may also visit other tourist spot in Dighinala such as The Jhulonto Bridge, Buddha Bihar, Raja Manikker Dighi. Accessible by rickshaw or tom tom.

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