Khagrachari (Bengali: খাগড়াছড়ি) is a district in south-eastern Bangladesh. Its local name is "Chengmi" and is also known as Phalanx Htaung or the Mong Circle. It is the district headquarters of Khagrachari hill district.
A drive of 112 km from Chittagong, by an all-weather metalled road through the green forest brings one to Khagrachari, an abode of fascinating calm. For tourists seeking nature in a restful mood, Khagrachari is an ideal spot. It has three rivers namely Changi, Kasalong, and Maini.
The Alutila Cave also known as the Abrari Hill Cave is situated in the Matiranga Upazila of the Khagrachari district. it is said that the Alutila Cave formed mysteriously in the 1000-meter-high Alutila Hill. the Alutila Cave trips are usually very exciting and give you a sense of adventure.
Hazachora or as known by the locals as "Katal Twisa" waterfall is located in the calm and pristine Diginala Upazila of the Khagrachari district. when you experience the sounds of water falling down in the serene greenery of Diginala.
the Risang Waterfall also known by the locals as the Terang Toukalai waterfall is beautiful water located right in the Khagrachari district. even though not as big as some of the other waterfalls in the area; you will receive maximum relaxation in pristine nature around the cascade.
Kokrajhar Hatimatha is located in the Parachara association of Upazila Sadar of Khagrachari. the Hatimura or also known as the Hatimatha means the head of an elephant. the area is a highway to enter the high mountainous area of the region.
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When To Visit
You can also hire a rental car to move in and out of the city at you desired time.