Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Safari Park Cox’s Bazar Known as Dulhazra Safari Park
Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Safari Park Cox’s Bazar was developed on an undulating landscape of around 2,224 acres (9.00 km2) of the area at Chakaria Upazila in Cox’s Bazar District, Bangladesh, some 107 km away from the port city, Chittagong, with an objective to create facilities for eco-tourism, research work, and entertainment as well as from conserving wild animals in a natural environment.
Another source of animals is the Dhaka Zoo. The animal population in Dhaka zoo has increased over the years due to their breeding, and the Dhaka zoo donated a number of lions and tigers to the Dulahazara Safari Park.
The park itself protects a large number of wild elephants which are native to the area. In the safari park, there are domesticated elephants that are available for a ride. Other animal attractions include lions, Bengal tigers, crocodiles, bears, spotted deer, and many types of birds and monkeys.
Since the park was opened to the public, it has been drawing a huge crowd all year round — 6,000 visitors daily during peak season (November to March) and 2,000 visitors daily during the off-season (April to October).
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