Cox’s Bazar Sea Beach Cheap Tour Package, Best Cheap Cost Cox’s Bazar Sea Beach Travel, Cox’s Bazar Sea Beach Ways

Cox’s Bazar Sea Beach Cheap Tour Package, Best Cheap Cost Cox’s Bazar Sea Beach Travel, Cox’s Bazar Sea Beach Ways

Brief Guide To Cox’s Bazar Sea Beach Travel, Easy Rules To Visit Cox’s Bazar Sea Beach, Sightseeing, Cox’s Bazar Sea Beach Cost Total Travel

Cox's Bazar Sea Beach, the largest tourist center of Bangladesh is located in Cox's Bazar district. It is recognized all over the world for having the largest beach in the world which is 120 km continuous from Cox's Bazar city to Badarmokam. extends to Lines of jungles, hills, springs, soft sand beds and vast beaches. Cox's Bazar Beach is another name for the charming beach with the blue waters and roar of the Bay of Bengal.

Besides, you can see Cox's Bazar along with the beach – Bangladesh's only coral island St. Martin, Sonadia Island, Hill Island Maheshkhali, Light House Island Kutubdia, Dulhazara Safari Park, Matar Bari, Shahpari Island. Also, the marine drive along the sea from Cox's Bazar to Teknaf will make your trip to Cox's Bazar even more enjoyable.

Lavani Point

Labani Point is considered to be the main beach of Cox's Bazar due to its proximity from Cox's Bazar city. There are many small and big shops in the area adjacent to the beach, which are an additional attraction for tourists.

Himchari is located 18 km south of Cox's Bazar which is popular with tourists due to its mountains and waterfalls. On the way from Cox's Bazar to Himachari, you are bound to be impressed by the green hills on the left and the blue waters of the sea on the right. Himachari springs are found to be much more alive and vibrant during the monsoons. There are hundreds of stairs to climb to the top of Himchari hill. It is nice to sit on top of the hill and see the village below and the sea. A little before reaching Himchari, you will see 'Darianagar' tourist village on the top of the hill. Under the high hill of this village there is a one kilometer long tunnel which is hundreds of years old. There are several original caves and springs. Recently, several tourist centers and picnic spots have been developed in Himchari.

Naikshyongchari Lake and Hanging Bridge

Naikshyanchari Lake is actually a natural water body. A wonderful collection of natural beauty at the foot of the hill. There is a suspension bridge here. On this you can go across the lake. Naikshyongchari can be reached directly by car from Cox's Bazar city and can be visited in a day. The distance from Cox's Bazar to Naikxyongchari Upazila is 28 km.

Inani beach

Inani Beach is located 35 km south of Cox's Bazar. This rocky beach is just half an hour away from Cox's Bazar. The place is considered excellent for sea bathing by tourists due to its clear water.

Best time to visit Cox's Bazar
The best time to visit Cox's Bazar is from October to March. At this time, there is a lot of tourists as the rain is less and the heat is less. This period is called peak season. So if you plan to travel at this time, you must book your desired hotel in advance.

During the off season, hotels in Cox's Bazar offer discounts ranging from 30% to 60%. Although there are many tourists in Cox's Bazar after two Eids and three days off, be it season or off season. It is not right to go without booking at this time.

What activities can you do in Cox's Bazar?

Beach photography

During the tourist season in Cox's Bazar, hundreds of beach photographers take photos of tourists. There is a system to print these pictures and reach the tourists with the negatives within a few hours. Each of these red-clad beach photographers has an ID card. Several studios are involved in this work. As per government rate 4R size photo is Rs.30. You can see the related signboard on the main beach. Be sure to check the ID card before taking pictures from these beach photographers.


Several speedboats operate on the beach. From the main beach they run to Labani Point. The fare is 100 rupees for one round. Apart from that, the life boat runs with the help of open speedboats, the fare is 250 taka per person.

Beach bike

A number of three-wheeled beach bikes ply the Cox's Bazar sea beach. Tourists have to pay 50 rupees for these bike rounds for a distance of about 1 km.


Tourists can see the natural beauty of the sea and mountains from the sky by parasailing. Daryanagar and Himchari in Cox's Bazar have this opportunity to fly in the sky. This adventure is opened for tourists every day by two organizations under the same ownership, namely 'Satellite Vision' in Daryanagar and 'FunFest' in Himachari. Anyone below 12 years of age, except for the faint of heart or heart patients can safely go parasailing. But the weight of the rider should be within 120 kg in the wind condition. Children can climb with an instructor.

There are three packages here. 1500 rupees normal ride includes only flight. A chance to fly in the super ride of 2 thousand rupees and get your feet wet in the sea and fly up again. And get your feet wet twice on the super-duper ride of Rs. 2500. But the time is almost the same in all the rides.

Ways and fares to Cox's Bazar

There is a direct train from the capital Dhaka to Cox's Bazar. Also there are direct bus services from Chittagong, Khulna, Sylhet, Rangpur etc. to Cox's Bazar. Buses leave directly to Cox's Bazar from several places including Fakirapool, Arambagh, Motijheel in Dhaka. There are many non AC cars from Dhaka. Shyamoli, TR, Hanif, Younik, S. Alam, Sayadia, et al. The rent will be 800-1000 taka. If you want to go by AC bus then there are Green Line, Sayadia, Desh Travels, TR, Sohag etc. The fare will be 1600 (Economy Class) – 2000 Tk (Business Class). take time

It can be like 12-14 hours. Besides, St. Martin's Transport has AC buses that run directly to Teknaf. In case of non AC the service of Unique and Shyamli is quite good and in case of AC the service of Desh and TR Travels and Desh Travels is good.

Chittagong to Cox's Bazar

Cox's Bazar bus is available every hour from Chittagong from Bahaddar Hut. Most cars are local. Good service from S Alam and Sayadia, from Garibullah Shah Mazar, Dampara. Local buses fare 150-200 taka and direct buses 350-400 taka.

Cox's Bazar by plane

You can also go by plane. Return fares range from Tk 8,000 to Tk 12,000. One way fare starts from 5000. US Bangla, Novo Air, Bangladesh Biman go to Cox's Bazar.

Those who want to go by train

Many people want to go to Chittagong by train and then go to Cox's Bazar from there. In that case you have to come to Chittagong from Dhaka by Turna-Nishitha, Suborn Express, Mahanagar Prabhati/Godhuli, Chittagong Mail. You can go to Cox's Bazar by BRTC bus from BRTC counter opposite Chittagong railway station. Or take CNG and go to New Bridge or Dampara to board Cox's Bazar car. You can know the detailed schedule and fare of the train from the website of the railways.

Accommodation Hotels and Resorts in Cox's Bazar

The world's largest beach (World Longest Sea Beach) has several international hotels, motels and resorts in Cox's Bazar. Besides, many small and big resorts, hotels and boarding houses have been developed under government and private management. At present, the hotels in Cox's Bazar have a capacity of about one and a half lakh tourists. So there is a chance of getting a hotel even if you don't book, but it becomes risky in late December and early New Year.

But always keep in mind that hotel rates drop by more than half during the off-season. However, you should not take a hotel on the advice of a rickshaw puller or a CNG puller, as the fare will be higher.

Luxury hotels and resorts

Mermaid Beach Resort, Simon Beach Resort, Ocean Paradise, Long Beach, Cox's Today, Heritage etc. luxury hotels and resorts can be found in Cox's Bazar whose rent ranges from approximately Tk 6,000 to Tk 30,000. However, in off-season the rents drop by 30-60%.

Average hotel

Sea Palace, Sea Gull, Coral Reef, Mermaid Resort, Nitol Resort, Islandia, Beach View, Sea Crown, Uni Resort etc. will cost Rs 3000 to Rs 6000.

Budget hotel

Urmi Guest House, Coral Reef, Ikra Beach Resort, Abhisar, Media Inn, Kallol, Honeymoon Resort, Neelima Resort etc. with rent starting from 500 to 3000.

Apart from the hotel, some flats are also available for rent. If you are traveling with a large family, this type of flat may be more suitable for you. 2/3/4 bed room AC/Non AC, such flats with kitchen will cost Rs 2,000 to 15,000 per day. One such flat house phone number (Alpha Web, Kalatali Road 01715683956), Voyager (01616100400). Apart from this, there are many more in the lane of Hotel Islandia, you can explore.

Where to eat and drink

Almost every residential hotel has a food restaurant in or near the hotel. While traveling to Cox's Bazar, tourists are more attracted to the attractive menu prepared by different fishes of the sea. Tourists are especially attracted to the delicious shutki fish including prawns, roopchanda, laitya, knife fish.

Among the budget restaurants, the names of Jhowban and Paushi come first. Paushi is quite popular among them. Also there are Rodela, Dhansindi and Nimili, Shalik, Coal. Besides, you can have Hyderabadi Biryani at Handi Restaurant for Tk 200-250, which is located at Labani Point. Besides, KFCO is also among the international brands.

But if you want to be loved by your son-in-law, then go to Shalik Restaurant. Their service is good and food quality is not bad. Besides, if you want to eat for less money, you can go to Boishakhi Hotel in Kalatali. Their food quality is also good. If you want to eat crab, eat small crab for 25-30 taka, because you can eat everything.

Warnings and other information on marine diving
Be sure to know the tide times before going into the sea. There are several signboards and flags of Yachi Life Guard at different places on the beach. Bathing in the sea is safe during high tide. During this time, therefore, the tide time is indicated, as well as the green flag is flown.

Bathing in the sea at low tide can cause anyone to get lost in an instant under the dangerous current. So at this time, if there is a red flag flying at the beach area with low tide, avoid going into the sea. By no means go away. Take the help of Yashi's life guards who are dedicated to the safety of tourists in need. Tell them and go to the beach.


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