Another exceptionally delightful and subtle spot in Bakkhali, Jambu Dwip is an autonomous island, 8 km off the primary drift. The island is uninhabited and submerges in water for a few months of the year. The shoreline is a renowned angling spot and known for the unadulterated drinking water found on it.
Guests can achieve Jambu Dweep only 8 km from Bakkhali by a watercraft ride. This southern-most island stays uninhabited for couple of months as it goes submerged amid that time. When it reemerges, brief houses are worked by anglers. This is fundamentally a Reserve Forest covering a territory of 1950 hectares, which is home to numerous water fowls and secured by mangrove trees. Aside from the human residence, a typical sight is mud crabs. By and large a mechanized state pontoon takes approx 40 minutes to achieve Jambu Dwip from Frazerganj Fishing Harbor.