Lovachora is a bordering area from Kanaighat Upazilla in the eastern part of Sylhet district, which is somewhat fortified from northeast to northwest by the Meghalayan ranges. It is essentially a quarry where stones and boulders are mined, besides an age-old tea garden. Here, if you see the beautiful water of the green hills and the lava river, you will want to go again and again.
Khasia village with lots of old Hanging Bridge of Lobhara Chai-garden in addition to the over. The location of the festivities surrounding the tea gardens and various tourist attractions that started in the British period in Kainighat upazila on the northeast border of the country. Lobhara is a spectacular place full of natural and natural beauty surrounded by small hills, hills, canals and canals.
Meghalaya is not far away from Lohchhra, the hill state of India. At some high altitude, Khasia Jaintia Hills of Meghalaya is very close to the hills. Ear of the morning, the deer, rabbit, and forest cock in the Lovachora garden. Livchara tea garden is also home to wildlife. The garden authorities have a huge pet elephant, which always move freely in the garden. There is no good arrangement for tourists in Luchchar, but there are 4 bungalows for the garden owner's authority.
Exotic scenes of Bangalongo are also quite aesthetic Thousands of workers lift stones from the lava river passing by the Lovachora garden. The stone and sand of these rivers spread across the country. It is not possible to understand the day when one can pass the social garden of the tea gardens, natural lake and fountain, the shrine of JhulantaSetu, Mayrapong Shahar, the monarchy of Raja-Rani, ancient dighi, stone quarry and forest department.
How to go: One has to go to Kanaighat Upazilla Sadar first to reach Lovachora. Different routes can be taken to go to Kanaighat from Sylhet. One option would be to use the Sylhet-Jaflong Highway and take a right turn at Dorbosth Bazaar. The one-and-a-half-hour drive itself is an attraction in its own right. On the left are rows of the Jainta hills. Upon reaching Kanaighat Upazilla Sadar, which is on the bank of the Surma, tourists can hire a boat to go to Lovachora. The boat ride from Kanaighat to Lovachora takes an hour and a half.
Where to stay: Panthumai is a village; there is no better place to stay here. You do not have to worry about being there anymore because it does not take time to go. There are many hotels to stay in Sylhet, in Sylhet you can find any kind of hotel according to your requirements and affordability. Some known hotels are - Hotel Hill Town, Gulshan, Darga Gate, Surma, Kaikobad etc. There are many standard rest houses in low rent in the Lala Bazar area.
Where to eat: There are three very good eating hotels in Sylhet Zindabazar for eating. Hotels are five brothers, water and palanquin.
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