Kuakata Tourism & Travel Guide

Known as the Daughter of the Sea, Kuakata is located at the southernmost tip of Bangladesh. Famous for its stunning beaches and glorious sunsets, it is also a popular religious destination. Thousands of people visit this town during the festivals of Rush Purnima and Maghi Purnima and take a dip in the bay along with participating in the scores of festivals that take place during the time. Kuakata is the second largest beach in Bangladesh and a visit here will assure you of inspiring views of the setting and rising sun. Jhaubon, Lemur Char and Misripara are some of the must visit places in and around Kuakata. Though if you are here for the weekend, you'll find yourself spending a lot of time at the beach! There are tons of hotels and resorts in Kuakata and each hotel offers you unobstructed views of the surrounding views.
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