Trip to Bangladesh in November 2019

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 06 Nov - 11 Nov 2019 (6 days trip)
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NgafaKhong ঙাফাখোং (Native Marma term) orNafa-khum - to non nasal sound people (Bengali: নাফাখুম) is a waterfall in Bangladesh on the Remaikree River, a tributory of Regrekhyong/Sangu river. It is among the largest waterfalls in the country by volume of water falling.[1] The wild hilly Remaikree river suddenly falls down here about 25–30 feet.

The word Ngafa (ঙাফা) in Native Marma language means Baghair fish/ Dwarf goonch and "Khong" means "Ground". A special type of flying fish, whose local name is nating, is found at the bottom in a small cave as they swim against the stream but cannot jump over the height of the fall.
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