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“Best Waterfall in Bangladesh”
Review of Ham Ham Waterfall

Ham Ham Waterfall
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Reviewed 29 March 2016

there are bigger waterfalls in Bangladesh but in terms of adventure n thrill i will rank it first..nearly 1.5-2.0 hr hike to reach to the waterfall..small tea shop and basic confectionery items are available..take preventive actions for leech...also one needs to hire a guide as it has become a policy by the local forest office

Thank Moinul A
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Reviewed 8 October 2015

That was a great adventure to reach Ham Ham falls. We walked through the trail of hill and stream for two hours and suddenly saw the mighty ham ham inside the Rajakandi reserve forest.

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Reviewed 21 September 2015

It was really a cool trip. We started with an CNG from Sreemangal, 1500 Taka back and forth to the last village from which we started hiking. From there it was around 2 - 2.5 hours of hiking through the rainforest to get to the falls.
I'd suggest you to go as early as possible if you want to enjoy peacful silence at the hum hum falls. The first hour there was great because almost nobody else was there, but when we left there were around 20 people jumping and shouting and the whole place was just very crowded.

If it has rained recently/ it is raining the hike is quite demanding, because it's very slippy.

2  Thank Kai P
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Reviewed 15 September 2015

Nice Waterfall, but you need to walk a lot if you have a girlfrnd with you I would not suggest you to go there

Thank Albert G
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Reviewed 30 July 2015

Ham Ham waterfall is often considered as the most hard-to-reach waterfall in Sylhet Division. The trail to the waterfall starts at Kolabpara which is roughly about 3-4 kilometers away from the waterfall. Starting from Kolabonpara, you will be required to take bamboo sticks in rent from the local which costs you only Tk 5 (7 cents) which will later serve you 1000 times more in terms of value. There are two separate trail to reach the waterfall. One is called the hilly way (Pahari Poth) and the other one is called flowing way (Jhiri Poth). The jhiri poth is comparatively easier but then you have to go through Mokam Tila which is also known as the Leeches hill. Its an amazing experience to go through the nature to reach this magnificent waterfall. At some points of the trail it is extremely slippery and at places it will very humid that it gets hard to breathe. You still gotta be careful of the leeches and the King Cobra's. Do remember that you will be in a snake territory so its good to carry some carbolic acid if you're there in the rainy season. Carry some dry food since there are no shops in the forest. It will roughly take an average person 2 hours to reach the waterfall from the trekking point. It will take a little less to go back. You must take a guide with you and a good guide will cost you from 1000-1500 ($13-18) depending on the seasons. I would recommend Mr. Atiur Rahman who is an ex paramilitary person. He speaks decent English too.

3  Thank Anik_Rahman
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