Let’s know about Shuvolong Waterfalls and How to go there.
Shuvlong falls is in Barkal upazila of Rangamati district. The clear water of this fountain makes the tourists tremble with a different feeling. During the monsoon season, the Shuvolong Waterfall cascades down from a height of about 300 feet and captivates the tourists with its melodious melodies. At present some facilities have been constructed by the upazila administration in this area.
The distance from Rangamati Sadar to Shuvlong is only 25 km. The immense beauty of Rangamati will be seen while walking along the waterways along the winding path of the hills. The lakes, the waterfalls, the vast blue sky, the hills, the simple life of the indigenous people will amaze you.
Wherever you look here, you will see only the mountains and the water of Kaptai Lake. It is as if the whole of Kaptai Lake has been held by the mountains with both hands. The clouds of the sky and its bluish glow play in the water of the lake, get lost behind the mountains in the distance, look at the lake again with a peek. I swear, you will be attracted by the natural beauty here.
How to go to Shuvolong Waterfall
If you want to go to Shuvolong Jhorna from Rangamati city, you have to go by boat. The best way is to reserve an engine driven trawler. Trawlers can be reserved from the Rangamati Reserve Market area or from the tourist area. The rent varies according to the size. However, the rent is usually between 1200-3000 Taka. It will take about an hour and a half to reach Shuvlong from the main city. Shuvlong is to go over Kaptai Lake. Kaptai Lake is the largest artificial lake in South Asia.
Rangamati Hotels and Rest Houses
There are several hotels in the old bus stand and reserve market area in Rangamati. But before you go to the hotel, if you consider a little, such as whether the hotel is next to Kaptai Lake? Then you can enjoy the beautiful environment and air of the lake from the hotel. There are many government and private hotels and guest houses in Rangamati.