Sajek Valley Travel Guide 2022
Why is Sajek Valley Famous For?
The Sajek valley is known for its realistic environment, which is covered by mountains, dense forests, and grasslands. Several small rivers flow through the mountains, including the Kachalong and the Machalong.
What’s the most suitable time to go to Sajek?
Sajek is dressed in colorful embellishments throughout the year. You can travel to Sajek at any time of the year. But the cloud game around Sajek is better from July to November. So, July to November is the most suitable time to visit Sajek Valley. So what are you delaying?
How to go to Sajek Valley?
Sajek’s place is in the Rangamati district, but it is much more comfortable to travel to Sajek through Dighinala in the Khagrachari district. So you have to come to Khagrachari first. Traveling by bus from Dhaka to Khagrachari is easy with Saudia, Shyamoli, Shanti Transport, S Alam, Eagle, etc or you can hire a car from Zohorul Rent a Car.
These bus fares are BDT 650 (6.13$). If you want to go by AC bus, you can go to the BRTC and St Martin transport at BDT 850 (8.26$). And the buses usually leave by 10 pm for Khagrachari. Or hire a car from Zohorul Rent a Car costs will be up to BDT 6000-9000.
The bus from peace transportation goes directly to Dighinala, and the fare is Tk. 580 (6.84$).
These transport counters are in different parts of the city, including Gabtoli and Kalabagan in Dhaka. If you want to go on holiday, it is better to cut tickets in early, or you may have trouble getting access.
The distance between Khagrachari and Sajek is 70km. You can visit Sajek Valley with a jeep car reserve from Shapla premises in Khagrachari.
8,000-10,000 taka (94.35$-117.94$) for two days, including going. 12-15 people can go in a car.
But if people are less, talking to another small group and sharing a car will reduce costs. If that is not possible, you can go to Sajek with CNG.
The reserve fare will be Rs 4000-5000 (47.17$-58.97$). But it is better not to travel through CNG as a hilly high and low road.
If you’re alone or with a couple, there are many groups around Khagrachari Shapla where you can talk to other people and share. You could also visit the Jeep Association office. In that case, they will manage with another group.
You can also go from Khagrachari to Dighinala and go to Sajek from there. The distance between Khagrachari and Dighinala is 23 km.
The bus fare from Khagrachari to Dighinala is Tk. 45 (0.53$), and the motorcycle is Tk. 100 (1.18$) per person. If you want again, you can reserve a bike and visit Sajek. Before you fix any car, you will see what to do and what not to do.
What to see in Sajek Valley?
The beauty of the mountains, the valley of clouds like white cotton, will impress you. Sajek is a fantastic place where you can face three types of weather in a day.
Sometimes you will feel it is very hot. After a while, the rain will come and wet everything. Or sometimes the white clouds will come and cover everything.
Sajek is ideal for seeing the pleasant rows of mountains and white clouds.
Where to stay in Sajek Valley?
There are about 100 resorts and storage to stay in Sajek. It will cost Rs 1500 (17.65$) to Rs 15,000 (176.52$) from the resort to take a room for a night. If you want to go on a holiday, it’s better to book a month in advance, or you’re less sure of a good room.
And if you want to stay at a lower price, you can stay in tribal cottages. All the amazing views are available from all the Sajek’s houses.
Sajek Travel Tips
- There is no need for decoration; even if there is a solar system, it takes longer to charge and is unavailable. You can keep the power bank together.
- Only Ravi, Airtel, and Teletalk have a good network in Sajek.
- The road to Sajek is very zig-high and low, so this path is dangerous. Be careful while visiting the jeep.’
- You don’t need a guide to go to Sajek.
- Take permission from the tribals to take pictures. Don’t take photos without permission.
- Tribal people are simply treating them politely and respecting their culture.