Madhabkunda waterfall

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Madhabkunda waterfall (photo: the raqs)

Description[edit]

Madhabkunda waterfall (Bengali: মাধবকুন্ড) is one of the largest waterfalls in Bangladesh. It is situated in Barlekha thana (subdistrict) in Moulvi Bazar District, Sylhet Division. The waterfall is a popular tourist spot in Bangladesh. Big boulders, surrounding forest, and the adjoining streams attracts many tourists for picnic parties and day trips.

Geography and distance[edit]

It is Located at 24°38′21″N 92°13′16″E / 24.63917°N 92.22111°E / 24.63917; 92.22111 and about 200 ft (61 m) high. It is about five km away from Dakshinbagh railway station on the Kulaura-Shabajpur track (see Akhaura-Kulaura-Chhatak Line), and 350 km from Dhaka city.[citation needed]

Journey to the waterfall[edit]

Visitors can visit Madhabkunda either from Sylhet or Moulvibazar by road, or from Kulaura Junction by train.[1] The journey to Madhabkunda itself is exotic. On the way visitors can see the greenish beauty of tea garden, the hills and the zigzag road through the hills. Rubber and lemon plantations form a beautiful landscape.[citation needed]

Sources[edit]

External links[edit]

1.Travel Bangladesh, Discovery Bangladesh
2.Banglawiki
3.The Independent Bangladesh, Newspaper