266 km by road from Dhaka and 112 km from Chittagong. The district of Khagrachhari represents the natural, wild, beauty of Bangladesh. Khagrachhari District is under Chittagong division with an area of 2699.55 sq km, is bounded by the Indian State of Tripura on the north, Rangamati and Chittagong districts on the south, Rangamati district on the east, Chittagong district and the Indian State of Tripura on the west. Annual average temperature: maximum 34.6˚C, minimum 13˚C; annual rainfall 3031 mm. The hills of this region are composed of folded sedimentary rocks. Notable hill ranges Alu Tila, Bhanga Mura (416.66 m), Matai Pukhiri (213.36m), Matai Lakho (274.32 m); main rivers are Chingri, Maini, Feni and Halda; lake Mataipukhiri (Debotar pukur).
Khagrachhari is the natural wild beauty of Bangladesh. Here you can visit the tribal lifestyle of Chakmas' in Khagrachari. You can also visit Alutila hill. Alutilla, surrounded by deep forest, has a dark cave with an inner dimension approximately 100 meters long with a hill stream flowing right through. One can see the whole Khagrachhari twon at a glance from the top of Alutilla.
Another attraction is the Rajbari or palace of the Mogh Chief at Manichhari where tourists can see a Royal bed made of ivory.
Besides, the forest of Guimara and the hill there are worth seeing. Other places worth visiting include the ababdoned Dighi of the Former King of Tripura.
The War of Liberation Memorial Monument Sharthok'' a Janmo''. a budshist temple, river and canal.
A remarkable lake known as the Matai Pukhiri, 500 meters above ground level at Nunchhari. According to a legend of the Tripura tribe, the water of this lake never dries up nor becomes dirty, which is why it is called Matai Pukhiri or the Lake of God
Other attraction here Goddess Pond, Sindukchhari Pond, Buddhist Monastery, Ramgarh Forests, Ramgarh Hills & Tilas, Lakshmichhari Waterfalls