Being a 3000 years old civilization Bangladesh has an extraordinarily rich, diverse culture. Its deeply rooted heritage is thoroughly reflected in its architecture, literature, music, dance, painting and clothing. The four primary religions of Bangladesh (Islam, Hinduism, Christianity and Buddhism) have had a great influence on its culture and history. The indigenous communities of Bangladesh have their own culture and tradition. Along with the affluent history and culture, the peaceful rivers, breathtaking mountains, miscellaneous culture, colorful festivals make it truly a Beautiful and vivacious Bangladesh.
Round Bangladesh in 9 days
Day 1 / Night 1: Stay Night at Dhaka
Day 2 / Night 2: Dhaka, Cox’s Bazar/ Inani
Day 3 / Night 3: Lama Sishukanon at Bandarban
Day 4 / Night 4: Sundarbans; Shat Gombuj Mosque; Arunima Golf Resort at Narail
Day 5 / Night 5: Sylhet, Sreemongol, Hakaluki Haor, Luxurious resort at Sreemongol
Day 6 / Night 6: Visit Mymensingh by road, stay night at Dhonabari Royal Resort
Day 7 / Night 7: Chalanbil, Natore, Paharpur Bihar at Naogaon, stay with a local family
Day 8 / Night 8: Kantajiu Temple at dinajpur, Syedpur Airprt by road, fly back to Dhaka
================Detailed Description of the Tour=============
Day 1 / Night 1: Stay Night at Dhaka in 3 star / boutique hotel
Day 2 / Night 2: Dhaka, Cox’s Bazar/ Inani Sea Beach
- 7:00 AM – 11:00 AM – Breakfast at Old Town, Parliament Building, Khan jahan Ali Mosque, Lalbag Fort.
- 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM: Arrive at Cox’s Bazar by Flight BS-141 (Monday, Wednesday), check in into the hotel Paradise / Saymon in Cox’s Bazar or Sea Pearl at Inani. OR
- 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM: Arrive at Cox’s Bazar by Flight VQ931 (any other days of the week), check in into the hotel Paradise / Saymon in Cox’s Bazar or Sea Pearl at Inani.
- 3:30 PM – 8:30 PM: Sightseeing, Lunch, Dinner, Stay Overnight
Day 3 / Night 3: Lama, Bandarban
- 6:00 AM – 7:30 AM: Sunrise at Cox’s Bazar, Breakfast
- 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM: Visit Dulahazra Safari Park
- 1:30 PM ~ Overnight: Quantum School at Lama, Trekking in hill, learn how to meditate, enjoy the inner peace.
Day 4 / Night 4: Day trip in Chittagong
- 12:30 PM: Arrive at Chittagong City from Lama
- 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM: Lunch, Visit Chittagong Second World War Memorial
- 3:30 PM – 5:30 PM: Visit Foyz Lake
- 6:30 PM – 8:50 PM: Patenga Sea Beach
- 8:55 PM – 10:00 PM: Fly back to Dhaka by flight BS-110, stay at boutique hotel
Day 5/ Night 5: Sundarbans, Bagerhat and Narail
- 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM: Directly from Dhaka to Jessor Airport by flight BS-121
- 12:30 PM – 3:30 PM: Visit Karamjol, Sundarbans, Lunch, purchase honey of Sundarbans.
- 4:30 PM – 5:00 PM: Sat Gombuj Mosjid, Bagerhat
- 6:30 ~ Overnight: Check in at Arunima Golf Resort, Narail
Day 6 / Night 6: Sreemangal & Hakaluki Haor, Moulovibazar
- 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM: Jessor Airport to Dhaka by flight BS-122
- 12:30 – 1:45 PM: Dhaka to Sylhet by Flight BS-151, drive to Sreemangal. Visit Hakaluki Haor for an hour on the road.
- 2:00 PM ~ Overnight: Day trip at Sreemangal, stay in Luxurious Resort
Day 7 / Night 7: Muktagacha, Mymensingh and Tangail
- 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM: Breakfast, Muktagacha by road, visit Muktagacha Palace, Lunch
- 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM: Dhonbari Royal Resort, Tangail. Royal Dinner and stay overnight
Day 8 / Night 8: Chalan beel, Natore and Paharpur
- 7:00 AM – 10:00 AM: Breakfast, visit Chalan beel, boat trip at Chalan Beel
- 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM: Visit Royal Palace at Natore, Lunch
- 3:00 PM – 5:30 PM: Check in with a family home for the night at Paharpur, visit Sompur bihara.
Day 9 / Night 9: Kantajiu Temple at Dinajpur
- 6:00 AM – 11:00 PM: Breakfast, Kantajiu Temple, visit it and drive back to Saidpur Airport
- 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM: Fly back to Dhaka by Flight BS-151 US- Bangla Airlines.
- Price includes: Twin sharing A/C or Non A/C accommodation with daily breakfast, all transfer and transportation by A/C Microbus, all entry fees, all sightseeing as per the itineraries, guide and driver.
- Price excludes: Any sort of personal cost, any sort of tips and any things not specified in the above inclusions.
=========We will cover following places within this tour=========
Longest Sea Beach It is one of the world’s longest uninterrupted natural sandy sea beaches, The beach in Cox’s Bazaar is an unbroken 125 km sandy sea beach with a gentle slope. Cox’s Bazar is also known by the name Panowa, whose literal translation means “yellow flower.” Its other old name was “Palongkee”.
Dulhazra Safari Park is the first animal sanctuary in Bangladesh. It is situated at Chokoria Upazila in Cox’s Bazar District. It has several trails to walk in it for several hours.
Quantum Foundation, a social welfare organization established a meditation teaching center along with a school and hospital in the Lama Upazila of Bandarban district.
Chittagong War Cemetery is a memorable burial place for members of the armed forces who died during 2nd world war. Bangladesh Army built it and 755 dead persons were buried there. The soldiers buried there were from United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and many more. It is maintained by Commonwealth Grave Commission.
Foy’s lake is a man-made lake in Chittagong, Bangladesh. It is a place meant for entertainment. People come here to enjoy with their family and friends. There is an amusement park, managed by the Concord group. A water theme park, resort and an amusement center is located inside the park. The biggest attraction is the beauty of the lake and its surrounding hills.
Sundarbans is most large single block of tidal mangrove forest in the world. It lies between the vast Bay of Bengal Ocean and rivers of the Ganges and the Brahmaputra, it spreads across Bangladesh and West Bengal in India. The waters of these rivers mix with the ocean water and so in this part of their flow the rivers are brackish or saline. Water covers the forest-islands twice a day during high tide.
The Shat Gombuj Mosque has existed for nearly for 6 centuries. It is also referred to as sixty Dome Mosque. It is one of the largest historical mosques in the Bangladesh. People in Indian subcontinent praise it for architectural beauty. Khan Jahan Ali built the Shat Gombuj Mosque. The walls are unusually thick, made from tapered brick. 77 low domes are located inside and one dome on every corner.
Arunima Countryside Resort and Golf Club is an agro based Eco and golf resort, Built in a remote village of our country. It is ranked 1st if we consider the nature based resort of Bangladesh. This is the only agro, eco, river and sports based tourism resort in our country.
Sreemangal is known as the tea capital of Bangladesh. It covers an overall are of 450 sq. km. The opulent green tea plantation attracts most tourists. It has overall 163 tea plantations. The tea of highest quality is produced here.
Hakaluki Haor is a marsh wetland ecological system of Eastern Bangladesh in an area bordering Assam, India. It is one of Bangladesh’s largest and one of Asia’s larger marsh wetland resources. Some 190,000 people live in the surrounding Hakaluki Haor area.
Muktagacha Zamindar Palace is located at the heart of the Muktagacha Upazila, 16km west to the Sadar Upazila. Previously the name of Muktagacha was Binodbari. It is believed that the Zamindars actually came from the Natore or Bogra of our North Bengal.
Dhanbari Nawab Manzil is locally known as Nawab Bari. This is now owned by the descendants of Nawab Ali Chowdhury. They have been taking a good care of this palace and also built several cottages inside the premise for the tourists for staying.
Chalan Beel is the largest natural water tank of Bangladesh. Three hours of boat ride in here will refresh your mind.
Natore Rajbari (also known as Pagla Raja’s Palace, Natore Palace) was a prominent royal palace in Natore, Bangladesh. It was the residence and seat of the Rajshahi Raj family of Zamindars. Famous queen Rani Bhabani lived here and after the death of her husband, expanded both the estate and the palace.
Paharpur Buddhist Monastery, also known as Somopura Mahavihara is one of the most important ancient sites in our country. It was declared as a World Heritage site in 1985. There were monasteries which were built in Pala period in Bengal and in Magadha. Dharampala Vikramsila was the pioneer in building this monastery. He was the king of Varendi Magadha. It is a large square rectangle which is approximately 920 feet.
Kantajiu Temple, also known as the Kantanagar Temple, is located in the graceful heart of gorgeous countryside of Dinajpur. This is a stunning block of religious artwork, and is surely one of the most impressive Hindu monuments in Bangladesh. Built in 1704-1752 A.D. by Pran Nath, a renowned maharaja from Dinajpur, a0ugnd his adopted son Ram Nath, it is the country’s finest example of brick and terracotta style.