Sat-chhari National Park or Kalengabon – Tourism Info

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Sat-chhari National Park or Kalengabon

The area of Sat-chhari National Park is about 243 hectares. It is located at Chunnarughat of Habiganj. This park was founded in 2005. There are seven hilly chharas (fountains) in the park. That is why it is called Satchhari (seven water fountains). Earlier this park was called by the name Rahgunandan Hill Reserve Forest. There are nine tea gardens close to the park. Sat-chhari Tea Garden is located on the west of the park, and Chaklapunji Tea Garden is located on the east of the park. More than two hundred species of trees and plants are there in the garden. Of the trees and plants, there are Sal, Teak, Agar, Garjan, Chapalish, Gum, Mahogany, Krishnachura, Blackberry, Jamrul, Sidhajurul, Awal, Malekas, Eucalyptus, Akasmoni, Bamboo, Cane plant  etc. are mention worthy. The park which is evergreen and full of biodiversity embraces 197 species of animals and about 150-200 species of birds. Various migratory birds come here in winter and summer. Other than gibbons, there live Northern Pig-tailed Macaque), Capped Langur, Slow Loris, 18 species of reptiles, 24 species of mammals, and 6 species of amphibians.

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