Located Distance from Chittagong is 77 Kilometer and communications are Bus, Jeep and Microbus. Rangamati District is under Chittagong division with an area of 6116.13 sq km and bounded by the Tripura State of India on the north, Bandarban district on the south, Mizoram State of India and Chin State of Myanmar on the east, Khagrachhari and Chittagong districts on the west. Annual average temperature: maximum 34.6˚C, minimum 13.4˚C; annual rainfall 3031mm.
If you don't visit Rangamati you will not discover a big portion of natural beauties of Bangladesh. It is also connected by waterway from Kaptai. This is the only place to visit through out the year. Rangamati expresses her full beauty in rainy season. Trees becoming greener, waterfalls are in full tide, the river Karnaphuli in her full wave in this season. If you already visited Rangamati in winter, we advice to go there again in monsoon; you will feel the difference of nature yourself.
Attractions of Rangamati are famous manmade lake Kaptai. Built in early sixties Kaptai Dam and the lake are the main attractions of Kaptai. If you are not visiting Kaptai separately then, don't forget to go for a boating up to Kaptai on the Kaptai Lake while you go to Rangamati tour. Boating on lake is a prime attraction here. Shubhalong fountain can be memorable for any visitor. Another attractions are numerous tribal life, fishing, hiking or merely enjoying nature as it as. Also it has too many exciting spots to visit to the Hanging Bridge, Rajbihar, Tribal museum, Buddhist khyang called the Ananda Bihar Etc.