TreeTop Adventure Farm Tree-top adventure firm surrounded by the mystery of one of nature’s boundless beauty. The Tree Top Adventure Farm is a wonderful recreation centre created in the dream of a Sylheti Barrister living in London. Where keeping the beauty of the hills and tofs untarnished this dream city has been built little by little to give peace to the civic life.
The farm, which was set up outside the city of Sylhet to alleviate the mental anguish of the mechanical city life, is becoming an ideal place for travelers. Those who love green, prefer to wander the hills; The Agency has been set up on 26 bighas of land for to enjoy the rain with a bridge hanging over the blue water.
More than 10,000 medicinal, forest and fruit trees have been planted in the folds of the hill-tiller, which is about 100 feet high. There are about 20 rare species of Graviola. There are various sports and camping facilities including tree-tops for the physical and mental development of children and adolescents. There is a three and a half feet long zip line and horse riding system, which is one of the attractions for adventurers.
Moinul Islam, a UK expatriate barrister, took the initiative to set up the eco-friendly firm in early 2019 in the Lilapara area of Khadimnagar Union in the suburbs of Sylhet. Its main purpose is not to make a profit, but to establish it for the family. But Its doors are open for friends and well-wishers.
This thrilling resort can be seen at Lilapara before going to Saheber Bazar along the airport road. The destination can be reached in just 20 minutes by private car, microbus or CNG-powered autorickshaw from Sylhet city. The farm, located about 10 km from Sylhet city, has a Bamboo Gallery, Air Feeling Room, four cottages, a Tree-House, a Bungalow house, an open auditorium, a Camping Ground, a large pond, and a small island in the middle of the pond.
There is also a suspension bridge to get to the island. There is a 325 feet long zipline over the pond, special arrangements for exciting sports including tree-tops for children.
A 25-member delegation led by three members of the ruling party in the British Parliament met here six months ago. They became aware of the beauty of Sylhet. They congratulated the Barrister Moinul Islam family for taking such an environmentally friendly initiative.
Barrister Moinul Islam told Sylhet Today, “Expatriates come to the country so that they can show the environment, nature, art and culture of the country and have a good time with their children. It has been built with that goal in mind. I have placed many patterns of lost rural heritage here.Anyone can spend the night here with their family if they want. At night you can enjoy the full moon, environment, nature, mountains,and hills.”
Abdul Karim Kim, general secretary of Bangladesh Paribesh Andolan (BAPA) Sylhet, said, “At a time when hill-cutting is in full swing in different districts and upazilas of Sylhet, the expatriate family has built a beautiful institution by protecting the hill-tofs.”