|Nijhum Dwip, Noakhali. Photo: Masud Sarker Rana|
A small piece of land awakened in the southwest of Hatiya upazila of Noakhali. Bala Charar, Kamalar Char, Char Osman and Char Muri are the Nijhum Dwip, which comprises of four main islands and several small chars, which is about 14,050 acres. Fishermen named the island as Ichamati Island, because lots of Ichas (shrimps) fish were caught in the adjacent areas of Nijhum Island. Because the island was sometimes like a sand mile or a hill, local people used to call this island as Bailar Daily or Baluya Char, which was later converted to Bala Chara. Since the island is completely silent, it is named as Nijhum Island. One of the main roads on the island is the. The island has gone straight from side to side. The market is like three. The original settlement of Nijhum Island is Nama Bazar. Nijhum Island does not have electricity. In the Namaha Bazar area there is electricity from the generator upto eleven. There are rickshaws and motorbikes for the island to travel. But motorcycles are more than that. Very fast to take place from one place to another. To ride the island, you can rent the motorcycle. In this case, two profits. The motorcycle that runs, he guides and operates. If you can drive a motorcycle you can run it manually.
If you are nature-loving, then there is no word. Thousands of guest birds come in the winter in the islands along the main island. Some of them include sarali, lenja, giriya, pyeong, chakhakhchi, rangamuri, Bhutihans and many other ducks, swan, kadakhopa, giriya, batan, gulindasaha watery birds, all kinds of garlic, kastecara etc. Seldom comes Pelican. And there are many local birds including sea eagles, conch shells, and barks all year round. There are deer, fox, wild pigs, various snakes and monkeys in the forests surrounding the island.
|Camping at Nijhum Dwip. Photo: Akib Jaber Anik|
To see the birds, the trawlers will have to go to the islands nearby, there will be a lot of mud. Very good place to see the birds and birds of Kaviraj. Nijhum Island has approximately 35 species of birds.
Tourist places in Nijhum IslandChowdhury canal and Kaviraj Char - Before going to the evening this afternoon, Chowdhury's canals can be seen in the woods with the haren flock in the forest. Take a trawler reserve for 10-15 groups of group, give them 1000-1200 rupees, and do not forget to watch sunset and thousands of buffalo flocks in the evening of Kaviraj.
Orange Island - There are many Hilsa fish available in orange canals in the area and nearby islands are beautiful.
Mangrove Forest - It is the Nijhum Island Forestry Project. The small boys working on the Nijhum Island are guides, along with them to enter the forest in the morning. The deer can see.
It takes 10 minutes to walk from Nama Bazaar Sea Beach - Market. From here you will see sun rising and sunset, here you can enjoy barbecue.
Dwaram's Char and Virgin / Virgin Sea Beach - There is a new sea beach on the southern side of Dama Cher, which is called the Virgin Islands. Here many names do not know the bird will be seen if you go in the morning. This place is still unknown to many tourists. The trawler rental is 3000-3500 taka.
Choykhali and Choyakhali Sea Beach - In Hoyan, it is very early in the morning when it comes to Chawakhali. Keep the motor cycle wallet in the very morning you will bring the deer to the hotel. If fortune is good, then wake up at 5 o'clock in the morning and brush it from the verandah of Nijhoom Resort.
** If you take the time you can take the trellis reserve with Bhola mudra, chari kukri - Muqri can come from.
Between October to April 15, according to the current weather, the Nijhum Island is the best place to travel. On other occasions, due to rain and storm, the Meghna river and the sea are turbid.
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How to go Nijhum Dwip
The easy route to Nijhum Dip from Dhaka is: Tamarudi, a tool that launches from Sadarghat. Two launch launches on this route regularly. MV Panamá-2 Phone- 01924-004608 and MV Tipu-5, Phone-01711348813. The departure from Dhaka at 5:30 pm and leaving for Tamraudi to Dhaka, at around noon on Sunday.
Besides, MV Tasriff-1, Tasarif-2 and MV Farhan-3, Farhan-4 leave Sadarghat of Dhaka every day. Tasarif-1 and Tasrif-2 at 5:30 pm And left 6:00 pm for the purpose of the tool. Deck rental is 250-300 per person and the cabin 1200 rupees (single) and 2200 rupees (double), but this rent is sometimes reduced by the launch authority.
Bandarattila Ghat from Scooter to Tamaraddi It can be 3/4 people. Without a scooter, you can go to Bandarattila Ghat by rickshaw. Bandartila Ghat, on the trawler channel crossed the Portland of Nizam Island. It takes 15 minutes to cross the channel. It is one end of the island of Nijhum, the other destination is the name of the real market. Going from the portland to go to the market will rickshaw.
The departure of the return to Dhaka at 12 noon.