Yesterday, I got a call from a foreigner to make a wildlife tour in Lawachara. He wants to do trekking in the jungle. After discussion, we finalize to start in the early morning.
It is Saturday, 14th April 20018. According to our talks, today I wait in Srimangal. He arrives then we introduce each other. We start our journey to Lawachara. Reaching there, I explain about Lawachara forest.
Our driver is interested in going with us to the deep forest in Lawachara. We very quietly step towards to spot out Gibbon Ulluk. It is rare species in the world. Few minutes later, leaches become active to smell blood of human. They come as if they are thirsty and hungry for a year. It is monsoon that it is to rain. In rainy season, they get life either on grass or wet place. Seeing leaches, driver runs back. We continue our hiking in Lawachara to see Gibbon Ulluck. There is drizzling. So we go under the shade for a while.
It stops raining after a couple of minutes. Guest spots Fayre’s Leaf monkey moving in branches to feed themselves. Thus we walk for another few minutes. We do not see anything yet except Giant wood spider which is famous in Lawachara. After one hour trail, we plan to start another trail to search Gibbon.
While walking, on a sudden, we hear the call of Gibbon Ulluck. Pleasure appears in our mind. We run back to the very spot through trails and sometimes off trails. As they stay on the top branch in deep forest, we go to off trails. We find them easily. He becomes very happy. Because his aim to come to Lawachara forest is to see Gibbon. Wildlife tour is successful.
After all, we enter in the main gate to Khasia tribal village because of enough time in our schedule. We see local tourists making noise in Lawachara. To do wildlife tour, you can make a tour as Srimangal tour and Lawachara trekking tour. Orient Tourism Channel