Jadipai Waterfall (Jhorna) is located in Bandarban district, just one and a half kilometers away from Keokradong hill, the third highest peak in Bangladesh. Pasing Para, the highest village (3065 feet) in Bandarban, Jadipai Para has gone down the steep road. Looking at Jadipai Para from the top of Pasingpara, it will feel like a small village sleeping in the green lap. The path is so steep that it is really difficult to set foot in some parts. From here, it is 30/40 minutes walk to Jadipai Para.
You will see a bamboo gate at the entrance of Jadipai Para. Even going down such a steep slope, you have to take two sticks in both hands to keep your aim straight. About 30 minutes walk from Jadipai Para you will reach Jadipai Jhorna. However, since Jadipai, the road is not so dangerous. Many roads are very flat but the part near the waterfall is very dangerous, slippery and steep.
Keokradang, Jangchia and Jadipai are the three streams of clear water that merge with the Sangu River in the form of Jadipai waterfalls flowing from about 200 feet above the black rock. Jadipai is one of the widest springs in Bangladesh. Scattered around the waterfall are green wrapped hills and the pure intoxication of nature. Jadipai, who flows through her chest in her own voice, flows in her own way as the queen of the fountain of Bandarban.
Jadipai is one of the widest springs in Bangladesh. The clear water of Jadipai attracts the travel lovers always.
Jadipai Jhorna is the name of this impossibly beautiful fountain which is undoubtedly amazing. There are high hills and greenery on all four sides. If you love pure silence, then Jadipai is perfect for you. In the middle of the mountain, a stream of clear water is coming down through the rocks. The distance of Jadipai waterfall from Keokradong hill of Bandarban is about one and half kilometer. According to the locals, the three hill’s water of Keokradang, Janchia and Jadipai have come together to form the Jadipai spring. A stream of clear water is coming down from about 200 feet above the black stone. The spring later joins the Sangu River.
Perfect Time To Travel Jadipai Waterfall
You can go to Jadipai Jhorna at any time of the year. Trekking is convenient even if there is less water in the Jhorna in winter. Also, if there is more water in the spring during the rainy season, this time is a bit risky for trekking. It would be best to visit this spring in the post-monsoon season. Again, according to your need you can travel at any time of the year. Although the real beauty of Jadipai Jharna is in the rainy season.
How To Go To Jadipai Jhorna
First you have to go to Bandarban district. From different parts of Dhaka several buses leave for Bandarban every day. You can go to Bandarban by taking any one of the buses like Shyamoli, Hanif, Unique, S. Alam, Dolphin. These buses leave from Kalabagan, Sayedabad or Fakirapul for Bandarban at 10 pm or 11:30 pm. Non-AC bus fare is 550 Taka per person and AC 950 BDT.
On the other hand, you can go to Bandarban from Chittagong. Pubali and Purbani Paribahan buses run from Baddarhat to Bandarban. These buses are rented at Tk 220 per person.
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Bandarban To Jadipai
If you want to go to Jadipai Jharna, you have to go from Ruma Upazila of Bandarban to Bogalake and then to the top of Keokradong hill. Come to Ruma Bazar through Bandarban district town. The distance from Bandarban to Ruma Bazar is about 48 kilometers. You can go to Ruma Bazaar from Ruma Bus Stand of Bandarban by local bus or from Jeep Station of Bandarban by Jeep or Chander Gari. Or you can reserve a car from Bandarban and go directly to Bogalake.
You have to trek from Bogalake to Keokradong. Jadipai Falls can be reached only after walking for 30-40 minutes along the steep path of Pasing Para, the highest village in Bandarban, located at a distance of 15-20 minutes from Keokradong hill. The road between Pasing Para and Jadipai Para is very steep and dangerous.
- Since you have to go to Bogalake and Keokradong to get to Jadipai Falls, you can get detailed information about the way from our Bogalake Travel Guide and Keokradong Travel Guide of Travel Mate.
Keokradang on foot from Boga Lake, then Passing Para, Jadipai Jharna on foot from Passing Para.
Where To Eat At Jaidai Para
You will get food facilities at the house of indigenous people of Bogalake or Keokradong. For this you have to tell in advance what to eat and how many people will eat. If you want to eat on arrival, you can tell with the help of the guide while leaving. The price of different packages of rice, mash, meat, pulses is 100-200 Taka. And you can take with you the necessary dry food to eat during trekking.
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Where To Stay At Jadipai Waterfall
Around Jadipai Waterfall, you will get small cottages of Indigenous people where you can spend the night. You can easily talk to the guide if you need to spend the night near Jaidai Para.
You can contact the Rest House Reservation at Boga Lake to stay the night. However, due to lack of network, most of the time it is not possible to connect with them. A state-of-the-art rest house of the Hill Development Board is under construction here. In a few days, tourists may have the opportunity to spend the night there. So, before going to Jadipai Waterfall, you may contact with Travel Mate to get the latest information.
Tips And Warning When Traveling Jadipai Waterfall
- There is no electricity in Jaidipai Para, Bogalake or Keokradong, even if you have a solar power system, take a power bank to charge your mobile.
- You need to use good grip shoes for trekking.
- The lower the weight of your backpack, the easier the trekking will be. It is the condition of traveling the hilly areas.
- Keep adequate water with you during trekking. When the water runs out, fill the bottle in a jhiri.
- Take a few packets of saline or glucose with you.
- Not all mobile networks are available, Teletalk and Robi networks are available.
- Be careful when bathing on the Jhiri, there is a lot of depth.
- The life journey of indigenous people is not like that of flat people, do not do anything that disrespects them.
- The whole road from Bandarban to Boga Lake is a hilly winding road, be careful while traveling.
- You have to take permission from Army Camp of Ruma Bazar, report to Boglake Army Camp. The same is true of Keokradong Camp.
What types of Essential Things You Have To Keep
Try to take the below items with you. Camera, Charger, Power Bank, National ID Card, etc. Take a look at the weather conditions. The lesser the bag is, the better it is.
Entertainment: For entertainment, you can carry: Music listening device, headphones, a good book can be your travel companion. So that there is no boredom in mind.
Also, keep Raincoat or Umbrella, Sunglasses, Power Bank, Identity Card or Essential Papers. Surely eat Malaria antidote before going to remote parts of the hilly regions.
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First Aid Box :
You must carry the first aid box when traveling. Take it with Pain Killer, Audomos, etc. If you feel Gastric, digestive problems, headaches, these minor problems can take out the joy of your travel. So, keep the necessary medicine with you. Also keep Toothpaste, toothbrush, and shampoo.
Want To Travel The Widest Waterfall Of Bangladesh – Jadipai Waterfall
Jadipai is a perfect place for a group or family tour. The beauty of this place will give you awesome feelings. At the same time, you can come back within two or three days by visiting here. Hopefully, you can go to Jadipai within a tight budget. If you want to travel Jadipai waterfall with safety and want to enjoy the place with more joy, Travel Mate can help you with arranging the tour. Contact us for further details. Above all, you may add any missing information from the comment section. Happy Traveling.