Welcome to Bangladesh. A country very different from anything else you have ever traveled through. A land of greenery, honest and hospitable people and very safe to travel throughout. Bangladesh is still considered off the beaten track for most tourists. You may find yourself the only tourist in many of the villages and hamlets when you are traveling outside of the main cities. Here, you can explore the beauty of Bangladesh, before the secret gets out.
Trip to Bangladesh
- Explore Dhaka City.
- Explore Chittagong City.
Total Tour pax 2/3 persons: 52500/-BDT
Pick up from airport then check in hotel
Early morning breakfast then start journey for Old Dhaka, Lalbagh Fort and Ahsan Manzil, Shahid Minar, Dhaka Museum. Lunch will be provided during tour. Evening free for leisure. After dinner night stay at hotel
After breakfast start journey for Sonargaon Panam City. Sonargaon was the administrative center of medieval Muslim rulers of East Bengal. It became as the capital of Bengal during Isa Khan’s ruling. During that time many buildings were constructed in Panam City which is the main attraction of this area. After visit Sonargaon come to hotel and be prepared for bus journey from Dhaka to Chittagong at 11.00 pm.
Early morning take breakfast then check in hotel. Take rest and after lunch driving to Vatieary Lake to spend about an hour observing the famous ship breakers who dismantle decommissioned ships by hand. Learn how every part of a ship is reused and reinvented. At 4pm drive to Patenga Sea Beach and roam around the nearby beach market as wave’s crash over rocks. After that come back to hotel and night stay
8:30am, drive to the Baizid Bostami Majar. Considered a ritual place for Muslims, you will see members of other religions paying tribute at the tomb as well. There are also some rare turtles that are considered sacred. It’s believed that feeding them will make your wishes a reality (special turtle food is available for purchase at nearby shops).
After half an hour at Baizi Bostami Majar, drive to the city’s World War II Cemetery and explore on foot. Then visit the museum in Chittagong Circuit House, built by the British, to learn about the life and times of one Bangladesh’s most illustrious presidents. A short walk from the museum, you will find more evidence of British influence in Bangladesh including the railway station, 7 Jongson Road, Tiger Pass, and more. After visit back to hotel and prepared for bus journey from Chittagong to Dhaka
Early morning check in hotel take breakfast then prepared for airport