Situated in southeastern Bangladesh, the town of Bandarban is located in its eponymous district, which is one of three districts that make up the famous Chittagong Hill Tracts. The town of Bandarban serves as an excellent base from which to explore the unspoilt surroundings. The Bandarban hill district is home to Bangladesh’s three highest mountains: Keokradong, Mowdok Mual and the highest, Tahjindong, standing at an impressive 1280 metres. Bandarban is the least populated district in Bangladesh and attracts visitors looking to immerse themselves in untouched natural beauty. Popular activities include: jungle trekking through unspoilt forests, visiting traditional villages dotting the landscape, and discovering Raikhiang Lake, the highest lake in Bangladesh.