Saint Martin’s Island is one best ecotourism destinations and the only coral island in Bangladesh. It is the most beautiful island which also called the marine paradise of Bangladesh. It has located in the northeastern side of the Bay of Bengal, just about 9 kilometers south from the Cox’s Bazar and Teknaf peninsula and 8 km west from the northwest coast of Myanmar, at the entrance of the Naf River.
It is also famous as “Narikel Ginjira” means “Coconut Island” or “Daruchini Dwip” in Bengali as there are a lot of coconut grows up. It is one of the best tourism in Bangladesh and we have included this into the second top of the tourist attractions in Bangladesh. A lot of local and international tourist visited this natural beauty of Bangladesh to discover the beautiful Bangladesh by the background and illusive crystal blue water that surrounding the island. The coral island has an extension named “Chera Dwip”.
Where to stay: 5 Best Hotels in Saint Martin’s Island
There are limited accommodations on the St. Martin’s Island as there are a huge number of tourists have visited regularly. So, book the hotel accommodation when you plan to visit the coal island. There are some wonderful tourists hotels in the Saint Martin’s such as:
- Praasad Paradise
- Hotel Nijhum
- Sraboni Bilash
- Resort Simana Parie
- Samudra Bilash
You can easily book your accommodation from Dhaka, Chittagong and Cox’s Bazaar. All these hotels are located adjacent to seaside. You can enjoy the best excitements with illusive breeze and romantic sound of the Sea from these hotels lobby or veranda.
Among the 99% tourist of Cox’s Bazar has visited the St. Martin’s Island and never forget this Eco-Tourism Destination as it’s one of the best tourist attractions in Bangladesh. It’s very easy to visit the only coral island of Bangladesh and stay there. You can reach there by sea truck, tourist boats or local motorboat. At present, five shipping liners start daily trips to the island from Teknaf. Recently, a shipping liner inaugurated there service from the Cox’s Bazaar.