Bangladesh Tour

Posted on December 9, 2017
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Day 01 : Arrival Dhaka

Arrive early in the morning  in Dhaka Airport, Meet with guide & transfer to Hotel.  Dhaka, one of the most populous cities on the planet, the Bangladesh capital lies on the bank of Burigonga River. The cultural and economical center of the country, the city grew under the rule of Mugul emperors of the 17th Century and the British Raj of the 19th century. Today it is known as both the city of Mosque & Rickshaw capital of the world, due in no small part to the nearly half million rickshaws that play the city’s street every day. A short tour in Dhaka city visiting Parliament Build made by Louis Kahn, one of the best architectural examples of the world is using for parliamentary sessions for the parliaments. Visit Dhaka University, Curzon hall, Dhakeswrari temple. Back to hotel, Dinner & overnight at Hotel.

Day 02: Dhaka –Jessore- Bagerhat – Khulna: 

After breakfast at hotel, move to the domestic airport to take the morning flight from (Dhaka – Jessore). Upon arrival at Jessore airport, drive to Bagerhat to visit the impressive 60 dome mosque (UNESCO World heritage site), 09 Dome Mosque, and Tomb etc in Bagerhat district. From there a short drive to the final destination of the day Mongla . Upon arrival, check in at the Motel Pasur, Mongla.  Dinner & Overnight at hotel.

Day03 : Cursing inside Sundarbans:

Forming one of the largest margrave forests on earth, the world heritage site will be landscapes of the spectacular backdrop for the day. Home of Bengal Tigers, estuarine crocodile and some 270 specs of birds, the incredible network of islands, creeks, mud flats, provide the setting for an unforgettable boat trip. We will cruise the full day, exploring just a small, apart of 10000 square kilometers of the forest and freshwater swamps that cover this vast delta. Enjoy the age old traditional otter fishing, with a help of otter fishermen nearby the sundarbans periphery catching fishing in the small creeks & cannels. Conditions on the boat will be comfortable, but not opulent, with twin sharing cabins, dining facilities and Asian and western type’s toilets. Bar B Q dinner will be on boat, before disembark. Drive back to Khulna in the early evening. Check in and overnight at hotel Castle Salam, Khulna.

Day 04 : Khulna – Rajshahi:

After Breakfast driving north towards the university town of Rajshahi on the bank of the Padma River. Lying amongst the landscapers of the north western corner of Bangladesh, close to the disputed border with India, Rajshahi enjoys a reputation as the centre of the countries silk industry. En route visit the lalon shrine, a poet come singer born in kushtia in 17th century. Now the city is known as a city of lalon music, lunch will be served with songs performed by the lalon followers.  From Kustia , straight drive to the Puthia, a home of terracotta temples providing us with a fascinating destination for this afternoon. Little known and rarely visited , the remarkable collection  of atmospheric ruins include a number of bangle and Chu-chala style temples dedicated to shiva , Govinda, Annika . The town is also a home to impressive, but sadly fading, maharanis palace. Built during the late 19th century by Hemanta Kumari Devi.  After visiting return to Rajshahi for the evening . Dinner & overnight at Hotel Nice International, Rajshahi.

Day 05 : Rajshahi- Paharpur- Bogra:

After breakfast this morning drive to Paharpur, to visit the UNESCO World heritage site of sompur Mahavihara, one of the most important archeological sites in the country. Once the largest Buddhist monastery south of the Himalayas, Sompura Mahavihara dates back to the 8th century and architecturally is more remising of the Buddhist shrine of the Burma & Cambodia then those of India. Continuing on to Mahastangar, we visit the oldest archeological site anywhere in the country. Lying on the western bank of the Korotoya River and dating back to at least the 3 century BC. The site is littered with reminders of its Buddhists, Hindu & Muslim past. After Our visit we drive the short distance on to Bogra, One of the oldest town of the northern Bangladesh, which lay of the heart of some fiercest fighting during the war for independence for back in the early 1970’s.

Day 06 : Bogra – Tangil: 

This day, drive into the eastern half of Bangladesh by crossing impressive Jamuna Bridge. Built as a strategic link between east & west Bangladesh, the bridge spans the vast Jamuna River, stretching for a distance of nearly five Kilometers across the waters of one largest river. Upon arrival Tangile, lunch in a village atmosphere in a village at Tangile. After lunch, enjoy the village life actives like traditional way weaving cloths, cooking Bangladeshi dishes (Curry, Cakes etc.) observing rice husking, local way of mustard oil processing etc in the afternoon. Dinner & overnight in a basic accommodation facilitate hostel in Tangile.

Day 07 : Tangile- Dhaka-Cox’s Bazar:

After breakfast, take a short drive inside the village to visit a elementary school, one of the most elegant & ornamental mosque Atia Mosque dates back from 17th Century. After lunch, drive to Dhaka. Arrive the capital in the afternoon , take the evening flight (Dhaka-Cox’ Bazar), upon arrival in cox’s bazar  air port transfer to hotel, Dinner & overnight at hotel in cox’s bazar.

Day 08 : Cox’s Bazar – Bandarban:

Early in the morning around 07:00am start for exploring world’s longest unbroken 125km sandy sea beach.Then start for local market called Barmiz market where you can get local product and Burmiz(Myenmar) product easily.After lunch in a local restaurant then start for Bandarban 125km(4hrs) from Cox’s bazar.dinner and overnight in Bandarban.

Day 09 :Bandarban-Rangamati:

Bandarban town stands on the Sangue River, lying in the heart of the rich tribal landscapes of the hill tracks. One of the last bastions of Buddhism in south Asia, this captivating hill country is home to some 13 different ethnic minorities of which them morong & the marma are the largest.  Early in the morning around 07:00am start for Sightseeing the most attractive travel places in Bangladesh.Bandarban(meaning the dam of monkeys) including tribal villages, Golden Temples,Water fall,if time permits then offer  boat cursing on Sangu river.The three highest peak of Bangladesh-Tahjindong(1280m),Mowdok Maul (1052m),Keokardong(883m)are lockated in Bandarban district.After lunch in a local restaurant then start for Rangamati(3hrs).Dinner & overnight at hotel in Rangamati.

Day 10 :Rangamati-Chittagong:

Early in the morning after breakfast then take a cursing in Kaptai Lake. One of the biggest artificial manmade lake of south Asia,. Lunch will be in an island restaurant. After lunch, chakma tribal village. The Chakmas are the largest tribe group of Chittagong Hill tracts & distinguish themselves their own lifestyle, customs, folklore, literature and traditions. Spend some time in the local markets for shopping then start for Chittagong(2 and 30 min) dinner and overnight at hotel in Chittagong.

Day 11 :Chittagong-Dhaka:

After breakfast around 08:00am start to seightseeing at Chittagong port city including Foy’s lake,Tomb of Bayzid Bostami,War Cemetery, Lunch will be in the port city. After lunch, take the afternoon flight to come back to Dhaka. Upon arrival in Dhaka, transferred to the Hotel.

Day 12 :Dhaka :

after breakfast half day city tour including shopping, Parliament building and Dhaka University area after lunch in a local restaurant drive to Airpot for your next destination.and end of the tour.

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