Boga Lake is a wonder for tourists. No one exactly knows how the mysterious water body, located 1200 feet above the hills, was created. Located in Ruma upazila of Bandarban district, the lake is surrounded by hills in three sides. The rectangular lake is 8.56 acres in size and its depth is 502 feet. The serene lake is exactly 1,246 above the sea level. Geologists ponder the lake is basically a crater of a dead volcano, which erupted almost 2000 years ago.
The blue sky is reflected in the tranquil water of Boga Lake.
Boga Lake changes colour with changing lights of the sun. The lake is seen a bit gloomy in the morning.
The bank of the lake is surrounded by various wild plants.
Boga Lake is a safe habitat for different aquatic animals and birds. Some cormorants are swimming in the calm water of Boga Lake.
The water of the lake turns green when it was photographed from its surrounding hilltop.
The Boga Lake water is also a safe habitat of water lilies.
The calm water of the lake is seen from the sourrounding hilltop.
A few families of an ethnic community live beside the lake.
The only ghat leads to the lake.
The water in the lake reflects the blue sky and hill sights.
A few houses of hilly people and cottages are seen on the bank of the lake.
A banana tree grows up on the bank of the lake.
Stones are seen on the bank of the lake.
The calm water of the lake.
A vehicle, which is locally known as Chander Gari, stands in front of a cottage.
Full-blossomed water lilies in the lake.