Day 01: Arrival Dhaka
Arrive Dhaka, Meet with guide & transfer to Hotel. Arrive at hotel, after check in , relax till lunch. After lunch, take a short trip nearby the hotel area, if it could possible a rickshaw trip in around the hotel area Dinner & overnight at hotel.
Day 02: In 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 mogul 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. The tour will start visiting Parliament Building, one of the best known architects of the world using as Assemble Hall for the elected parliaments. Then visit new market, Dhakeswari temple from where the cities name derives built it 12 century AD known as the national temple of Bangladesh. Lalbag fort, an elegant from built by the Muguls in late 17th century stands close to the temple. Before lunch visit the Dhaka University, Curzon Hall, Shohid Minar one of the remarkable monument symbolizing the fight to speak on their mother tongue. Lunch in an local restaurant. After lunch drive to the old part of the Dhaka city. A walking tour to the old part for visiting the elegant star Mosque, Hindu Street Shakariya Bazar, Royals palace Ahsanmazil built popularly known as Pink palace & yes Sadarght River front to see the life of Dhaka. Transfer to the rocket steamer ghat to board on the historic paddle steamer early evening before the overnight boat journey.
Day 03: Morrelganj – Bagerhat- Khulna:
The rocket will regularly crowed with families and locals making their way from the capital back down the river, making it a great way to meet the Bangladeshi people, without doubt some of the friendliest people of the world. After enjoying the passing river landscapers depart the boat in Morrelganj and continue the rest of the journey to Khulna by road. Stopping at Bagerhat en route, visit the impressive 60 dome mosque (UNESCO World heritage site), 09 Dome Mosque, Tomb etc. From there a short drive to the final destination of the day Khulna. Upon arrival, check in at the hotel castle Salam, overnight at hotel.
Day04 & Day O5: Cursing inside Sundarbans:
Forming one of the largest margrave forests on earth, the world heritage site will be landscapes of the spectacular backdrop for next three days. 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 cruse deep into the heart of incredible wildness, exploring just a small apart of 10000 square kilometers of the forest and freshwater swamps that cover this vast delta. Conditions on the boat will be comfortable, but not opulent, with twin sharing cabins, dining facilities and Asian and western type’s toilets.
Day 06: Sundarbans – Khulna:
This day crushing back to Khulna, talking time to enjoy one last look at these remarkable wetlands as we do, an important wintering ground for migratory birds, the sundarbans are blessed with a nice diversity of birdlife, with fishing eagles, kingfishers and the increasingly threatened lesser Adjudent regular visitors. The waters of the part are also home of Ridley Turtles, sea snacks and mugger crocodiles, so there should be plenty of occupancy us as we make our way back to civilization. Arrive back in Khulna in late afternoon. Disembark from boat and transfer to a hotel for the night.
Day 07: Khulna – Rajshahi:
Boarding, an early morning train heading 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. The town is also an important cultural centre, with the nearby Hindu temples at Puthia proving 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.
Day 08: 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 site s 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 09: Bogra – Tangil:
This day, the drive into the eastern half of Bangladesh by was of the impressive Jumuna 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 enjoy the village life activies . overnight Tangile.
Day 10: Tangile- Chittagong:
Drive to Chittagong. Arrive & overnight at Chittagong.
Day 11: Chittagong – Bandarban:
Driving out from Chittagong we head next into the fertile hills of south eastern Bangladesh, one of the most remote regions in the country. Upon arrival the 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. These indigenous tribes differ in both physical appearance and in their religious and cultural beliefs from the countries majority Bengali population, In these two days, you have the opportunity to discover a little something of the nature and human diversity of this incredible setting.
Day 12: Bandarban – Chittagong – Dhaka:
Early Morning explore little more about the Bandarban town before driving back to Chittagong port city. Unch will be in the port city. After lunch, take the afternoon flight to come back to Dhaka.