Nijhum Dwip is an amazing natural beauty at Hatiya in Noakhali
Nijhum Dwip is an island. The place is amazing natural beauty at Hatiya Upazila under Noakhali district. It is also called Char Osman.
About Nijhum Dwip
It is the most southern island in Bangladesh. About 10,000 people live in Nijhum Dwip. The main occupation of the people is cultivation. People have to struggle with natural calamities. You will find various types of animals on this island. In the river, you will find a white dolphin. Various kinds of tortoises and turtles are also available.
Winter is the best time to visit this site. You will be able to watch thousands of migratory birds. The island gives shelter to about 5,000 spotted dears. It makes the island a unique tourist spot. The government has declared Nijhum Dwip forest as a national park. Various kinds of animals with natural beauty will fascinate you.
How to Go
You need to take lunch from Sadar Ghat. Take the launch that goes to Hatiya Dwip. You will get boats at Hatiya to reach Nijhum Dwip. You can also reach Chittagong by bus or train. From there, go to Hatiya by motor boat. Motor boats are available in Hatia to reach Nijhum Dwip. Go to Jahazmara bazaar by tempo or jeep. From there, go to Amtali Ghat by rickshaw to catch motor boats.
Accommodation and Food
Accommodation is not attractive in this island. The facilities are also limited to tourists. You will have to at Hatia in boarding hotels. The best one is Monir Chairman’s boarding. There are some district Parishad guest houses. But you will need prior permission. You will get both sea and exotic foods on this island. You have to be aware of the quality of the foods.
Nearby Tourist Spots
You may visit- Kamala Rani Lake, Queen Luther’s Church, Megha Dighi, and Hatiya Dwip on the same journey.
Nijhum Dwip is a site of amazing natural beauty. The government has taken initiatives to improve the facilities on this island. We hope the above information will help you to visit the site the next time.
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