Tinap Biography.

The time was the rainy season of 2016. The desire was to go to Nafakum. But seeing a post by Tinap Saitar, the ghost sat on his head. Before the end of the semester vacation, my friends decided to go to see Tinap. There are 2 trails to go to Tinap. One is Roangchhari and the other is Ruma. The first was a little harder and the path of adventure. And the 2nd hour is relatively easy and most of the car roads. I will go to the mountains but there will be no trek or adventure, what happens ?? So we select the 1st trail and plan the tour. A few days after making all the decisions, 6 of us (me, Niyam, Rizvi, Sagar, Anwar and Rahat) discover themselves at Kamalapur’s unique counter with backpacks. I took everything I needed in my bag. There were flowers in everyone’s bag. Then our car left around 11 pm. After a long night of sleepless nights, we reached Bandarban at 6 in the morning. When we entered the Bandarban, seeing the rain, our minds danced with joy when we saw the maximum form of Tinap.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

# Day 1:
(Roangchhari – Keplang Para – Paikshyang Para – Ronin Para)
As soon as we got down, we got the return ticket. After walking for 20-30 minutes in the city, we got in the car to go to the bus stand. I reached in 10 minutes. The first bus from the bus stand to Roangchhari leaves at around 8 o’clock. I got a bus ticket and waited for the bus to leave. The bus left at exactly 6 o’clock and we got off at Roangchhari at 9 o’clock after 1 hour along the Akabaka hill road. And as soon as we landed here, we caught our first obstacle. We haven’t fixed the guide before. So I got down and talked to a hotel guy for a guide. After 30 minutes, he came with a 23-24 year old boy who had to bring us around. Butt doesn’t have his guide card. So I took him to the police station to make an entry. The OC of the police station came at 10:30. The OC’s name is Arif. He is from Dhaka. He came and said that he could not leave us with this. Need a cardholder guide. 2 people went to find NID photocopy and guide. The OC guy was very nice. He gave us the number of a guide. The man’s name was Royal. The royal house is in Ronin Para. But our misfortune was that he was not in Roangchhari. But he assured us that he was sending a guide for us. Then at 11:30. If you want to reach Ronin Para by evening, you should leave by 11 o’clock. We waited. But the guide did not come. The guide finally arrived around 1:30. Guide Palash ** (Palash Tongchongya). That’s when he finished the paperwork problem like an expert. We ate and drank with permission from the police station, went shopping and left at 3 o’clock. Everything including onions, potatoes, spices were distributed in everyone’s bags. At the beginning of the journey, permission has to be taken from the army camp on the way. At around 3 o’clock, the army was shocked to see the tourist group of Ronin Para. They said they would not stop us from going, but we should not go now. It will be 12 o’clock at night when we have to go and we will go out to cross this ascent and descent. They do not dare to go so far at night even if they are in the army. One of them said directly that after going some distance, our senses will disappear and we will come back. Our group took photos from the camp. We decided to leave the camp. There is no way back. Palashada also gave us courage.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The journey has begun !!

At the beginning of the trek, the biggest obstacle started to rain. Everyone is soaking wet. In this rain, Jhiripathe is called Ban. Palashada hesitated. But if you don’t go through Jhiri path, it will take more like 1 hour. Then at risk we landed in Jhiri. I started to climb the hill after walking in Jhiri for about 40 minutes. There was no rain till then. I started walking on the hill leaving the zoom field on one side. Even with so much suffering in a wet body, nature seemed like heaven. At 5:30 we reached Keplang Para. I left there with tea and 1 taka of mountain banana,
The purpose is to reach Paikshyang Para before nightfall. It started raining again. I understood that this rain will not stop. At around 6:30 we arrived at Paikshyang Para when it was completely dark.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Again we had tea and sat down to discuss. That is, we will not stay here to go to Ronin neighborhood? Because we have no preparation to trek at night on the tour plan. But I bought 2 torches from Roangchhari. The decision is we will go. Everyone turned on the flash of the mobile and filled it with polythene. One with a torch in front and one behind. Rizvi doesn’t see well with his eyes at night and the drizzle on him is blurring his glasses. Sagor’s knee problem is also increasing. Butt’s mind is not less than theirs. Holding them in a line through the middle, we started to climb up in the dark rain of the night. Then 8:10 p.m.
You get up, you get up. Even if the foot gets stuck, it does not end. I ask Palashda, “Grandpa, how long do you have to get up?” Dada replies “Here’s a little more Dada”. But this is not the end. At 9:45 we reached the summit where there is a sitting room. Now just get off. After resting, I started to descend the steep hill slowly. Light slippery in the rain. We all started to get down together with the lights. After getting off, walk again. Walking up the hill, the foot became auto at one time. I can’t stop knowing even if I want to. Suddenly Anwar stood up as a joke. After checking all the places with lights, I joked for 2-1 hours. Carefully looking around, we checked in at the Ronin Para Army Camp at around 9:45. 1 km from the camp. Many large neighborhoods Ronin neighborhood. We had to stay at the Royal’s house in the neighborhood. By 10:15 everyone was in pain. How are we?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I took a bath in the cold water of Jhiri and ate dinner and went to bed. Sleep later. Because the next day there is a huge journey ahead of us -_-

# Day 2:
(Ronin Para – Debachhara Para – Paindu Khal – Tinap Saitar)
We got up at 6 o’clock and ate freshly fried zum rice khichuri, fried eggs and mountain cucumber. Then I put on the dress and got ready for the trek. Everyone’s body was in pain but it was quite peaceful not to have to take the bag. 4 + 4 total 6 hour trek today. Let me say one thing, according to the rules of Ronin Para, you have to take a guide with you. Royalda went with us as our back guide. We all went downstairs and had tea with our sticks in the neighborhood shop. After tea we left at 8:10. After walking for a while, all the pain flew away. I got up for a while and started descending through the side of a hill. After walking for about an hour, we saw Debachhara Para. There is no shop here so we drank water and sat in the shade of a tree for a while. Seeing that there was no rain like last day, I had to drink a lot of water today. I was bringing some noodles and cakes in the Royaldar bag that I had brought the other day. Royalda left them in Debachhara Para to eat when I returned.
I left again. At first I went down a lot and went straight to Jhiri. I kept walking with Jhiri. Sometimes I crossed the water level in Jhiri. After a while, I met Cascad. We stopped at one and took a bath. At the end of Jhiri, I climbed a small hill. After crossing 3-4 small hills, I started descending again. Paindu canal could be seen and roar could be heard from above. I started a huge steep hill. The ground was crumbling in the sun. I had to sit down somewhere. The only thing that came to mind when we got off was that we had to get up when we got back. Finally I went down to Paindu canal, rested for a while in cold water and started walking along the canal. Some parts of the canal are quite deep. We started to cross. Diving in one place, a can of Vaseline ran out of my pocket. Despite repeated pleas, Roylda rescued him. After walking along the canal for 40-45 minutes, around 11:45 we heard the roar of the waterfall. And in a moment we saw him.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

She’s really huge !!! After breaking the big stones from the hill, it made it terribly beautiful. The rocks are quite slippery. We went straight down the falls. Wet as I wish. I didn’t know when it was 1 o’clock. Tonak Nadal when it rains. We left to return. I felt the hunger was quite good then. It was a pity to leave the food in Debachhara. When we reached the end of the canal, it started raining in torrents. When I started climbing the steep hill, the soil turned into slippery mud. I started to get up very slowly. I was sweating a lot. And the power was running out. Niyam climbed to the top of the hill and stayed for a while playing a big achar. Everyone rested. I sensed another danger while crossing the hill and descending into Jhiri. Joke. The rain has woken up the jokes. He caught everyone more or less. Not small jokes. Big Tiger Joke. I panicked when I discovered 2 big groom jokes in my Thai. Rahat came and pulled them out (it is better to give salt instead of pulling the tiger jokes. I sat for a while. I was not getting strength. Niamul got raw banana and ate it on hunger. When we crossed the Jhiri and climbed the steep hill, we reached Debachhara Para at 3:30 o’clock. One sister from the hill cooked noodles and gave them to everyone. We ate noodles and cakes. Such delicious food that I have never eaten in my life !! After eating and saving energy, we set off again. I reached Ronin Para around 5 o’clock. I came and took a bath and ate. The royal wife and daughter served us. Everyone was very sincere. I went to the shop and had tea. Fatigue and hard work all day became Venice. He came to the room and sat down to play cards with 3 Palashdars. The rest of the people began to dive into the mobile. Teletalk’s network is available here if you try a lot.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

# Day 3:
(Return turn)
There was no rush. I got up in the morning and had a fresh breakfast. After settling the accounts with Den Royaldar, we left at around 10 o’clock. It was very sunny on the day of return. We checked out at the Army Camp in Ronin. I did not see that it was night. The army camp is very beautiful. The return trail was quite beautiful but there was a lot of trouble in the scorching sun. It seemed like the rain was good. We rested and walked slowly. Around 4 o’clock we reached Roangchhari. Last bus from Roangchhari to Bandarban at 5 o’clock. We went to the police station with tickets. I told the bus driver to pick us up from the police station. I reached Bandarban at 8 o’clock. Our car was at 10 o’clock. By the time we got back everyone was pretty tired. I ended this tour while everyone was sleeping on the bus.

# Cost:
Dhaka-Bandarban – 720
~ Bandarban- Roangchhari-60
~ Guide-3000
Back Guide-1000
> Eating at Roninpara:
(If you buy something yourself, the waiter will deduct the price from the meal bill)
~ -100 with eggs
Chicken-120
~ Domestic chicken-160
Khasi-200 (if available)
~ Stay -150 per person per night
Our group of 6 people cost about 3300 TK per person.

 

 

 

 

# Everything you need:
(What else did we take?)
> Trek sandals
> ID card
> Polythene
> T-shirt – 3 o’clock
> Shorts / 3 quarters / trousers – 2 p.m.
> Towels and lungi
(No more jeans. No shirts. No underwear.)
> Water bottle. 1.5 liters.
> Lights, knives, caps, power banks
> Vaseline, oil, odmos, rose, salt
Medicines (paracetamol,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saline, doxycap for malaria, gauze, Savlon, one time bandage)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

# Suggestions: (Collected)
1. The first train from Bandarban to Roangchhari leaves at 8 o’clock. It is better to press first 🙂
2. The water problem must be in the mountains. They collect water with great difficulty. The value of this hardship and labor cannot be calculated with money. They leave the kantha and place for our stay, they suffer by themselves. Please don’t mess with them. If you give a few hundred rupees more, they will not build a building with that money.
3. Those who will complain about the water shortage in the mountains, the difficulty of eating, stay 397 kilometers away from these places. The mountains are a place of trouble.
4. Pinekhsyang Para, Ranipara, Debachhara Para have a tin fence and a toilet with a cement pan, at least the pigs will not be busy with your excrement.
5. Do not take pictures of hills without permission, take permission first.
. Of course malaria drugs must be taken. Many people do not take medicine in a hurry. The rules are the rules, you have to obey the rules of the mountains. Malaria can still be transmitted within a year of returning from a malaria-prone area. So be careful.
Doxycap (Doxycycline 100 mg) once a day, it is better to take at the same time every day. One should be eaten daily from the day before departure to the malaria prone area until four weeks after the return (28 days). Not a day can be missed. So if you stay there for 5 days, you will have to stay there for 2 days before leaving + 5 days + 28 days after coming back, you will have to eat a total of 35 tablets for 35 days, you will not miss a single day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

** Many in the group gave bad reviews about Palashdar. But we didn’t find anything bad. Used quite well with us. However, the cost of the guide was more than expected. But the overall is good

# Cost:
Dhaka-Bandarban – 720
~ Bandarban- Roangchhari-60
~ Guide-3000
Back Guide-1000
> Eating at Roninpara:
(If you buy something yourself, the waiter will deduct the price from the meal bill)
~ -100 with eggs
Chicken-120
~ Domestic chicken-160
Khasi-200 (if available)
~ Stay -150 per person per night
Our group of 6 people cost about 3300 TK per person.

# Everything you need:
(What else did we take?)
> Trek sandals
> ID card
> Polythene
> T-shirt – 3 o’clock
> Shorts / 3 quarters / trousers – 2 p.m.
> Towels and lungi
(No more jeans. No shirts. No underwear.)
> Water bottle. 1.5 liters.
> Lights, knives, caps, power banks
> Vaseline, oil, odmos, rose, salt
Medications (Paracetamol, Saline, Doxycap for Malaria, Gauze, Savlon, One Time Bandage)

# Suggestions: (Collected)
1. The first train from Bandarban to Roangchhari leaves at 8 o’clock. It is better to press first 🙂
2. The water problem must be in the mountains. They collect water with great difficulty. The value of this hardship and labor cannot be calculated with money. They leave the kantha and place for our stay, they suffer by themselves. Please don’t mess with them. If you give a few hundred rupees more, they will not build a building with that money.
3. Those who will complain about the water shortage in the mountains, the difficulty of eating, stay 397 kilometers away from these places. The mountains are a place of trouble.
4. Pinekhsyang Para, Ranipara, Debachhara Para have a tin fence and a toilet with a cement pan, at least the pigs will not be busy with your excrement.
5. Do not take pictures of hills without permission, take permission first.
. Of course malaria drugs must be taken. Many people do not take medicine in a hurry. The rules are the rules, you have to obey the rules of the mountains. Malaria can still be transmitted within a year of returning from a malaria-prone area. So be careful.
Doxycap (Doxycycline 100 mg) once a day, it is better to take at the same time every day. One should be eaten daily from the day before departure to the malaria prone area until four weeks after the return (28 days). Not a day can be missed. So if you stay there for 5 days, you will have to stay there for 2 days before leaving + 5 days + 28 days after coming back, you will have to eat a total of 35 tablets for 35 days, you will not miss a single day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

** Many in the group gave bad reviews about Palashdar. But we didn’t find anything bad. Used quite well with us. However, the cost of the guide was more than expected. But the overall is good

# Cost:
Dhaka-Bandarban – 720
~ Bandarban- Roangchhari-60
~ Guide-3000
Back Guide-1000
> Eating at Roninpara:
(If you buy something yourself, the waiter will deduct the price from the meal bill)
~ -100 with eggs
Chicken-120
~ Domestic chicken-160
Khasi-200 (if available)
~ Stay -150 per person per night
Our group of 6 people cost about 3300 rupees per person.

# Everything you need:
(What else did we take?)
> Trek sandals
> ID card
> Polythene
> T-shirt – 3 o’clock
> Shorts / 3 quarters / trousers – 2 p.m.
> Towels and lungi
(No more jeans. No shirts. No underwear.)
> Water bottle. 1.5 liters.
> Lights, knives, caps, power banks
> Vaseline, oil, odmos, rose, salt
Medications (Parachitamol, Saline, Doxycap for Malaria, Gauze, Savlon, One Time Bandage)

# Suggestions: (Collected)
1. The first train from Bandarban to Roangchhari leaves at 8 o’clock. It is better to press first 🙂
2. The water problem must be in the mountains. They collect water with great difficulty. The value of this hardship and labor cannot be calculated with money. They leave the kantha and place for our stay, they suffer by themselves. Please don’t mess with them. You are a few hundred bald

If they give more, they will not build a building with that money.
3. Those who will complain about the water shortage in the mountains, the difficulty of eating, stay 397 kilometers away from these places. The mountains are a place of trouble.
4. Pinekhsyang Para, Ranipara, Debachhara Para have a tin fence and a toilet with a cement pan, at least the pigs will not be busy with your excrement.
5. Do not take pictures of hills without permission, take permission first.
. Of course malaria drugs must be taken. Many people do not take medicine in a hurry. The rules are the rules, you have to obey the rules of the mountains. Malaria can still be transmitted within a year of returning from a malaria-prone area. So be careful.
Doxycap (Doxycycline 100 mg) once a day, it is better to take at the same time every day. One should be eaten daily from the day before departure to the malaria prone area until four weeks after the return (28 days). Not a day can be missed. So if you stay there for 5 days, you will have to stay there for 2 days before leaving + 5 days + 28 days after coming back, you will have to eat a total of 35 tablets for 35 days, you will not miss a single day.

** Many in the group gave bad reviews about Palashdar. But we didn’t find anything bad. Used quite well with us. However, the cost of the guide was more than expected. But the overall is good.

#Happy_Travelling 🙂

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