Dulhazara Safari Park is located 48 kilometers north of Cox’s Bazar district headquarters and 10 kilometers south of Chakaria thana, at Dulahajara block of Fasikkhali range of southern forest division of Cox’s Bazar district headquarters. Originally deer deer breeding center, this park was established in 1999 by Bangladesh Forest and Environment Ministry. This Safari Park extends over 900 hectares of area. Some people do not agree to the Safari Park in Dulahazara Safari Park, because instead of the natural infrastructure, modern and artificial infrastructures have been developed instead. By sharing eight blocks, this park can be parked in a free environment, wandering with family members effortlessly.
Although Dulhajara Safari Park is established as a deer breeding center, it also has tigers, lions, elephants, bear, gulls, crocodiles, hippo, Maya deer, Sambar deer, Chitra deer, para deer etc. There are freshwater crocodiles in this park, as well as saltwater crocodiles. Some animals are caught in a cage, but there are plenty of open spaces for the animals to live in this park. The tourists have a restroom and dormitory.
With the observation of several observations placed in the tower, there is a pleasant sight of the beautiful and beautiful birds and animals.
Park entrance price is Tk 20 (twenty taka).