Bangladesh Tour Package
Bask in the beauty of Bangladesh:
Sharing its boundary with India & Bay of Bengal at south (Northern extension of the Indian Ocean) Bangladesh is home to picturesque landscapes, rich wildlife and glorious beaches, hundreds of serpentine rivers, crystal clear water lakes surrounded by ever green hills, luxuriant tropical rain forests, beautiful cascades of green tea gardens, world's largest mangrove forest preserved as World Heritage, home of the Royal Bengal Tiger and the wild lives, warbling of birds in green trees, wind in the paddy fields, abundance of sunshine, world's longest natural sea beach, rich cultural heritage, relics of ancient Buddhist civilizations and colorful tribal lives. Bangladesh creates an unforgettable impression of a land of peace. A nation that holds perseverance and promises consistent progress, Bangladesh is developing at a rapid pace.
The country is visited by numerous travelers from around the world. Bangladesh is home to some of the most magnificent sights across the globe. If you seek ‘adventure’ in its true meaning, then Bangladesh is the place to be! You can swim in silver waters, fish in salty lakes with Otters and search for the most desirable honey! Bangladesh has a lot to offer and the world needs to explore this unseen land.
A trip to Bangladesh is incomplete without visiting the following places:
The busiest port of Bangladesh has a stream of ships that line its dock. There is exchange of ideas and philosophies that take place at this port apart from material goods that are brought in by variedly sized ships that anchor at Chittagong. This trade of thoughts exposes to you a different side of Bangladesh.
The capital city of Bangladesh reveals the warmth and energy of its people who welcome all guests and visitors with open hearts. The more you visit Dhaka the more you get engulfed in its glitz and sensation. This mega-city is home to countless sights and experiences that can be treasured for a lifetime! Representing ancient art and culture of Bangladesh, Dhaka draws several voyagers in seek of leisure and commerce.
If vacating in Bangladesh then Cox’s bazaar is the place to be! Tranquil along the seaside and bathing in salty waters gives you a memorable beach holiday.
Hill Tracts Districts- World of panoramic beauty
The hill Tracts Districts with its perenial forest, thrilling drives through hills and dales, emerald blue water of Kaptai lake, colourful tribal life and culture, attractive handicrafts and artisans beackons you to a world of panoramic beauty mother nature has so lavishly unfolded. Greater Hill Tracts is dividend into three districts, namely Rangamati, Khagrachari and Bandarban each one equally unique in its attractions
Rangamati- The heart of Hill district
From Chittagong a 77 km. road amidt green fields and winding hills will take you to Rangamati, the headquarters of Rangamati Hill District which is a wonderful repository of scenic splendours with flora and fauna of varied descriptions.
A pleasant and picturesque drive of 64 km. from Chitagong brings you to huge expanse of emerald and blue water ringed with tropical forest.
Syhlet- Land of two leaves and Bud
Sylhet is the widely hilly district in the country. Nestled in the picturesque Surma valley amidst scenic tea plantations and lush green tropical forest, it is a prime attraction for all tourists. Its terraced tea gardens, eye catching orange groves and pineapple plantations and hills covered with tropical forests form a beautiful landscape.
Sundarbans- Home of the Royal Bengal Tiger & Mangrove Forest
Located near coastal belt of Khulna is the biggest mangrove forest. Sundarbans (beautiful forest)- the home of the Royal Bengal Tiger. Its beauty lies in its unique natural surroundings. Thousands of meandering streams, creeks, rivers and estuaries have enhanced its charm.
A rare scenic beauty spot on the southernmost tip of Bangladesh in the district of Patuakhali. It has a wide sandy beach from where one can get the unique opportunity of seeing both the sunrise and sun setting. It is located at a distance of 70 km, from the district headquarters of Patuakhali
Mainamati- seat of lost dynasties
About 8km to the west of Commilla town, which is situated 114 km. south-east Dhaka lies a range of low hills known as Mainamati-lalmai ridge, an extensive centre of Buddhist centre. On the slopes of these hills lie scattered a treasure of information about the early Buddhist Civilization (8th-12th century). At salban in the middle of the ridge, excavations laid bare a large Buddhist Vihara (monastery) & imposing central shrine. It has revealed valuable information about the rule of the Chandra & Deva dynasties which flourished here from the 8th to 12th century AD. The whole range of hillocks run for about 18km & studded with more than 50 sites. A site museum housed the archeaological finds include terracotta plaques, bronze statues & casket, coins, jewellery, utensils, pottery & votive stupas embossed with Buddhist inscriptioan. Museum is open Sunday-Friday & closes on Saturday.
Mahasthangarh- The oldest Archaeological site
Mahasthangarh is the oldest archaeological site of Bangladesh on the western bank of river Karatoa. This 3rd century B.C. archaeological site is still held to be of great sancitity by the Hindus. Every year (mid - April) and once in every 12 years (December) thousands of Hindu devotees join the bathing ceremony on the bank of river Karatoa.
Rajshai- A natural Silk producing centre
Rajshahi has seen the most glorious periods of Bengal's Pala dynasty. It is famous for pure silk, mangoes and lichis. Attractive silk products are cheaper. There are also a number of ancient mosques, shrines and temples in and around Rajshahi.
Natore- A place of Dighpatiya Rajbari
About 40km. from Rajshahi by road is Natore, an old seat of Maharajas with a beautiful palace, now serving as the Uttara Ganabhaban (President's Official residence of the northern region).
Paharpur- The largest Buddhist seat of learning
Paharpur is a small village 5 km. west of Jamalganj in the greater Rajshahi district where the remains of the most important and the largest known monastery south of the Himalayas has been excavated. The architecture of the pyramidal cruciform temple is profoundly influenced by those of South - East Asia, especially Myanmar and Java. It had taken its name from a high mound, which looked like pahar or hillock.
Dinajpur- Old Ornamental Temple Town
The northern most district of the country, offers a number of attractions to the visitors. The Ransagar (great sea) lake with rest houses is a good picnic spot having facilities for fishing and rowing in a serene and quiet green countryside atmosphere. Kantanager temple, the most ornate among the late medieval temples of Bangladesh is situated near Dinajpur town.
Mymensingh- The heart of Bengal's folklore
From the foot of the Garo Hills in the north down to the plains of Dhaka in the south lies greater Mymensingh, has earned a notable position in Bengali literature. On the road from Dhaka to mymensing there is a national park and game sanctuary at Madhupur about 160 km. from Dhaka.
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147,600 square km.
|161,083,804 people(According to the census of 2011)||Septembar to March||Semitropical, monsoonal|
Rates are Nett & Non Commissionable and Valid from 07th Jan, 2013 to 31st Mar, 2014. (Xmas & New Year surcharge applicable as per hotel policy)