Bangladesh Travel Tour



Chera Dip of Saint Martin Island




Chera Dip of Saint Martin Island Saint Martin Island, Bangladesh

St Martin's is a tropical cliché and the only coral island in Bangladesh, with beaches fringed with coconut palms and laid-back locals. It's a clean and peaceful place with nothing more strenuous to do than soaking up the rays even mosquitoes are a rarity. There's a naval base near the centre of the island, It is possible to walk around St Martin's in a day since it measures only 8 km², shrinking to about 5 km² during high tide. Most of the island's 7000 inhabitants live primarily from fishing, and between October and April fishermen from neighbouring areas bring their catch to the island's temporary wholesale market. Rice and coconuts are the other staple crops, and algae are collected and dried from the sea rocks and sold for consumption too.
Most things are concentrated around the far north of the island, with the centre and south being mostly farmland and makeshift huts. There is no electricity on the island, though the larger hotels run generators in the evenings for a few hours.
November to February is the main tourist season with the best weather, though keep an eye on the forecast, as the occasional cyclone can strike during this time.



Location: Saint Martin Island, Bangladesh

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