Photo:Obaidul Fattah Tanvir
Declared as a National Park in 13 April 2006 and covers 678.80 ha of tropical semi-evergreen forests on low hills. Over 217 plants and 160 bird species are in there. Kalij Pheasant (Lophura leucomelanos) is the flagship species of this park. Collaborative management established in 19 October 2009. The park is 10 km from the Sylhet city and the Ratargul special biodiversity conservation area – the only fresh water swamp forest is within this park’s landscape.