Dulhajara Safari Park (also known as Dulhajara Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Safari Park ) is a Safari park established in Chakoria upazila of Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh in 1999, where animals flutter free.
Dulhazara Safari Park is located 48 kilometers north of Cox’s Bazar district headquarters and 10 kilometers south of Chakaria thana, at Dulahajara block of Fasikkhali range of southern forest division of Cox’s Bazar district headquarters.
Originally deer deer breeding center, this park was established by the Bangladesh Forest and Environment Ministry in 1999. This Safari Park extends over 600 hectares of area.
Some people do not agree to the Safari Park in Dulahazara Safari Park, because instead of the natural infrastructure, modern and artificial infrastructures have been developed instead.
According to information provided by Bangladesh Forest Department, about 100,000 tourists visit this park annually, and park entrance fee is Tk 20 (twenty).
Although Dulhajara Safari Park is established as a deer breeding center, there are also animals like tigers, lions, elephants, bears, cats, crocodiles, hippo, Maya deer, Sambar deer, Chitra deer, para deer etc.  Like freshwater crocodiles in this park, There are also lonely crocodiles.