Ramsagar, the smallest Ramsagar National Park in Bangladesh. The National Park, about eight kilometers away from Dinajpur district town of north Bengal, Although smaller in size, there is no comparison of beauty and diversity in the garden. The park is surrounded by Ramsagar, the biggest lake in Bangladesh.
Ramsagar National Park is located in the village of Tajpur in the Awalipur union of Dinajpur. The ditch was excavated from 1750-1755. At that time there was a severe famine and famine in the region. Therefore, through the food program, in order to fulfill the irrigation facilities, water shortage and food shortage, Raja digs the dighi and named it under his own name. It is reported that, at that time, King Ramnath had spent about 30,000 rupees to dig the dighi. The original dighi is 1031 meters long and the width is 364 meters. However, the entire Ramsagar National Park has an area of about 27 hectares.
Ramsagar Forest Department was in charge of the 1960s. After that, the government established it as a tourist center in 1995-96. Ramsagar area was declared as National Park on 30 April 2001.
Ramsagar Dighi is a long-standing north-south. The north side of the dighi is relatively deep. Although there are several quarried ghat, the main ghat is situated right in the middle of the western bank. The ghat is about 150 feet long and 60 feet wide. There is a small hamlet on the north, south and east of the dighi.
Around the ditch, there is a covered brick paved road on the tree and few small tilas. There is a small zoo on the west side of the Ramsagar Dighi.
On the north side of the dighi, an ancient structure of nearly destroyed brick brick was seen. There is a lot of talk about the locals According to someone, it is a temple, and it is believed that it is a restroom.
Various species of birds found in different types of trees in the park. In winter, this place became a lot of guest fairs.
RMG National Park curator AKM Abdus Salam said, a safe tourist center of the Ramsagar National Park Dinajpur. Every day, many tourists from different places of the country came to visit.
Ramsagar National Park is open from morning to evening every day. Here the entry price is Rs. By paying a specific price, the car can be moved to the place. RMSA access rickshaw will be 5 taka, car or zip 35, ordinary microbus 60, big microbus 75 taka. If you do not own the vehicle, then it takes about thirty minutes to take the battery from Dinajpur city to Ramsa in rickshaw. Rent 100-150 taka
How to go
Buses from Dhaka to Dinajpur are usually discounted from Gabtali and Kalyanpur. On this route, the AC buses of Nabin Paribahan move. Rent 900 Taka Apart from this, Hanif Enterprise, SR Travels, Keya Transport, SA Transport, Shyamoli Transport, Nabil Paribahan non-AC buses are also on the way. Rent 500-550 taka Intercity train Express Express from Dhaka’s Kamalapur Railway Station in the evening at 7:40 pm And the interconnected Ekta Express left at 9:50 am. Unity and Express Express from Dhaka are closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays respectively. Rent Suite Seven 185, Shovon Chair 250, First Class Chair 350, First Class Brest 535, AC Chair 618, AC Bareth 897 Taka. From Dinajpur to Dhaka, the Express Express will leave at 8:10 am and leave the Ekta Express at 9:50 pm. Dinajpur Ekota and Fastan Express are closed Monday and Wednesday respectively.
Where to stay
Though there is a forest department in the Ramsagar, there is no provision for ordinary tourists to stay there. If you go to Ramsagar, then you have to stay in Dinajpur town. Tourism Motel (0531-64718) is a good hotel for Dinajpur town. Apart from this, you can also book this motel from the main head office of Dhaka. Phone: 98992888-91 Dinajpur Tourism Motel, AC Twinbed Rs 1500 and AC Twinbed Deluxe Room Rs 1800 Apart from this, there is a night stay of 100-100 taka for other general quality hotels in Dinajpur. Some of the most common standard hotels are Hotel Diamond (0531-64629), Nimtala Hotel Al Rashid (0531-64251), Hotel Nabin (0531-64178), Hotel Rehana (0531-64414), New Hotel (0531-68122) at Maldah Patti.