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Int’l standard ‘adventure complex’ being built at Karoldenga Hills of Boalkhali

18 January 2023

Chattogram Bureau :

An international standard adventure complex is being built on 188 acres of Karoldenga hills of Boalkhali upazila. Rover Scouts Training Center will be constructed.
In 2016, the Prime Minister gave permission for Bangladesh Scouts Rover to use this hilly area, passing Medhas Munir's Ashram on Karoldenga Sannyasi Hill. An 8-member committee has been constituted for the action plan and master plan of the international standard adventure complex. Bangladesh Scouts Rover regional secretary Professor Enamul Haque Khan said, "Karaldenga Hill has 188 acres of small hills, some trails, and some flat land. This adventure complex is going to be a safe place for hiking and camping for teenagers and young people who are interested in adventure in the natural environment. Hope to create a great safe place for not only youth but also women who are interested in camping, trekking and hiking. The work of the complex is at an early stage." 

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