Nijhum Dwip is an island of silence and tranquility, where deer live !! Life struggles here but it has a natural beauty. The impressive and very quiet environment of this island has really justified its name. This tour package will surely amaze you with its coastal beauty and local hospitality.
There is a beautiful beach around the island that is broken. Some cultivated ‘chars’ will be visible from the beach which are temporary inhabitants of the fishermen. The jungle of the island is basically a mangrove forest. You can eat fresh fish at cheap rates. An enjoyable boat ride on the Chowdhury Canal is enjoying the amazing scenery.
Nijhum Island is now known as Char Osman, a small island in the center of the Bay of Bengal. Former minister Amirul Islam Kalam named it Nijhum Island. The island now has one huge mangrove forest with a huge amount of natural resources. Nijhum Island is located in Hatia Upazila of the Noakhali district.
You will see huge numbers of deer almost all over the island. Whichever way you enter the forest, if you are careful you will see a herd of deer. See this means you need to be silent in the forest, you should wear light-colored clothes and you can go to the forest office to know other precautions.
Attraction Of Nijhum Dwip
If you are a nature lover then there is no need to say what things or places you see on Nijhum Island. Moreover, it proves that if the nature of Bangladesh can be somewhat free from human pollution, it will be a great resource in the world. Not to mention, you will realize the truth when you visit Nijhum Island. Therefore, no matter what, you will see all the beauty in one place. You need to move it and search for it. Let’s take a look at some of the places on Nijhum Island that will bring out the true look of nature.
Orange Island (Orange Island): Orange Island is an island of hilsa fish. You will see that the fishermen are catching the fish from the orange canal is you get fresh air here, as well as the scenery is very interesting for
Chowdhury Canal and Kabiraj Char: Here you will find deer. But you have to go in the evening. When you walk around the Chowdhury canal, you will find the deer. When you are in a group of 10 to 15 people, take the engine boat and tell the boat where you can see the deer take it will take 1000 to 1200 rupees ly accordingly, they will do everything for you. You will also see beautiful sunsets here. Never miss seeing thousands of buffalo flakes in Kabiraj Char. It’s a real adventure.
Choyakhali and Choyakhali Sea-Beach: If you go to Choakhali in the morning, you will see deer. Ask the motorcyclist to pick you up early in the morning to see the deer. He will handle it. If you are lucky enough, you will see deer next to the market.
Mangrove Forest: Nijhum Island is a forest project of the Government of Bangladesh. It is decorated as a mangrove forest. However, you will find some local boys who are working as guides. Tell the boys to take you to the forest area and they will arrange all the things. Don’t try to do it yourself. You can get lost in the deep forest. After all, here you will also find deer.
How to Go?
From Dhaka, you can go to TomJudion by launching from Sadarghat Launch Terminal. From there you can reach Nijhum Island by local motorboat. Chittagong first you have to go to Hatia Island by motorboat or ship and from there you can go to Nijhum Island by local motorboat.