Rangamati district, a part of Chittagong Division, is located at south-eastern part of Bangladesh. A big portion of natural beauties of Bangladesh belongs to this area. Rangamati opens a wide range of tourism possibilites with its lush green hilly terrain, cultural diversity, evergreen forests, crystal clear water of the amazing Kaptai Lake and zig-zag rivulets. This is the only place where you can visit round the year. Rangamati blooms her every beauty in rainy season. Trees become more greener and waterfalls get filled with full tide which makes it feel earth’s heaven. Boating is the first attraction in Rangamati. You can visit deep inside the hills zone where you will discover lots of natural waterfalls. You can visit the tribal villages by boat if you want to know about their culture, lifstyle, such as Chakma Rajbari and Rajbonbihar pagoda.
The most interesting places here are Hanging Bridge, Peda Ting-Ting, Suvolong natural waterfalls, Tuk Tuk Eco Village, DC Bungalow, Chakma Royal Palace, Kaptai Lake, Indigenous Museum, and Holiday Blast.
Division: Chittagong Division
Area: 6,116.13 km2
Location: 22°38′ North 92°12′ East
Border: Tripura (North), Bandarban (South), India (East), Khagrachari & Chittagong (West)
Major Rivers: Kornofuli(কর্ণফুলী)
Total Population: about .6 million
Population Density: 215/km2
Literacy rate: 36.48%
Primary Schools: 518
Total Upazilas: 10
Total Unions: 49
Total villages: 1,347
Total Police Stations: 11
Total Mouzas: 159