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Kokradong highest peak in Bangladesh 🇧🇩

A place where you can feel lost ♥. Kokradong is a good place for adventurers people and also for... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Dhaka City, Bangladesh
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If you're into trekking, this is it

I loved trekking up to the top of the mountain. We started really early from Boga Lake para and... read more

Reviewed 6 October 2017
Dhaka City, Bangladesh
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
1 no road from Darjiling para, Bandarban, Bangladesh
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

A place where you can feel lost ♥. Kokradong is a good place for adventurers people and also for the one who love hills. Surely you can find your soul here. Have a safe trip.

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Reviewed 6 October 2017

I loved trekking up to the top of the mountain. We started really early from Boga Lake para and reached here at late afternoon. We had taken permission from the army to spend the night on the tent and so we did. We enjoyed local...More

2  Thank Anik_Rahman
Reviewed 6 October 2017

Mount Keokradong (1230 Merers) is located in the Ruma thana of Bandarban district. It is roughly a day of walk from Boga lake. It is absolute peace once you're up there. The trail up to the peak can be sometimes challenging due to high proneness...More

1  Thank Anik_Rahman
Reviewed 4 September 2017 via mobile

This place is peace.. trekking, swimming in "boga lake.. if you are lucky you can see the milkyway too!!! if you wanna go there I suggest you to go throw april 13 to 15.. because on that time you will get a traditional festival too.....More

1  Thank Fahad a
Reviewed 23 February 2017

Keokradong, before the discovery of Saka-Haphong, was known to be the highest peak of Bangladesh for quite a while. A relatively easier summit to conquer, it is growing in popularity among amateur trekkers. At the top, it's quiet and serene but the closest village is...More

5  Thank tahshish
Reviewed 12 January 2017 via mobile

Being on of the highest peaks of Bangladesh, it is mandatory for any traveller to visit it. Travellers going to Boga Lake can take the trek towards keokradong which takes about 3-4 hours on medium pace

1  Thank Tanveer T
Reviewed 4 January 2017 via mobile

EXCELLENT PLACE. Lots of hills and it's pick point is 3240 feets. You can stay here for few days. I highly advised visit here.

1  Thank sohel r
Reviewed 22 October 2016

Officially Keokaradong is the highest pick of Bangladesh. The common rout for this pick is Bandarban > Ruma Bazar > Boga Lake > Chingri Falls > Darziling Para > Keokaradong. So far I know foreigners are not get permission to visit this place. Local people...More

1  Thank ASharmin
Reviewed 18 October 2016

The trek to the top is a long one, 5 hours (to and from), but the the climb is totally worth once you reach the peak and take in the breath taking views. Best time to go is in winter, when rainfall is low, makes...More

1  Thank NafeeTA
Reviewed 21 July 2016

Keokradong is the second highest mountain of Bangladesh. Keokradong is about 986 metres (3,235 ft) high from the sea level. It is situated about 30 km away from the Ruma Bazar upazilla of Bandarban in southeastern Bangladesh. This remote area is full and compacts of...More

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