By Matt Ravel 5/5/22
Part of the vast stretch of Cox’s Bazar, Laboni Beach is the most popular and liveliest beach in the area, and one of the most beautiful in Bangladesh.
Kuakata itself is famous as a pilgrimage destination for Hindus and Buddhists, who arrive here for the festivals of Rush Purnima and Maghi Purnima to take spiritual baths in the bay.
Inani Beach sets itself apart thanks to its eye-catching (albeit sharp) black and green coral stones. It is the perfect spot for beachcombers in Bangladesh
This tiny island in the Bay of Bengal is surrounded by vibrant coral reefs, making it a favorite diving and snorkeling spot. It is backed by verdant hillsides, and offers lovely views of Myanmar just across the water.
Nijhum Dwip is a great choice for travelers looking for peace, quiet, and total tranquility. This wide, empty beach is a stunning sight, made even better by the adjoining Nijhum Dwip National Park.
Shielded from the nearest towns by a huge, dense forest, Parki Beach is a perfect spot for anyone looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and relax surrounded by nature
The Sundarbans are world-famous as the home of the Bengal Tiger, and Kotka Beach is one of the best beaches within easy reach of this fantastic natural reserve.
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