People's Republic of Bangladesh is located in South Asia. It is a sovereign state and shares its borders with India from all the sides except for Burma in the southeast and Bay of Bengal in the south. Bangladesh offers ample opportunities to tourists for angling, water skiing, river cruising, hiking, rowing, yachting, sea bathing as well as bringing one in close touch with pristine nature.
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 1: Arrival
Arrival at the airport / Coach Station , meet and greet by our representative. Transfer to hotel and stay overnight.
Day 2: Dhaka City Tour
After breakfast start sightseeing to cover the old part of the city bearing the heritage of Mughal Era (1608) which has a charm of its own. Ornamented mosques, covered markets, bustling streets overflows with rickshaws and vendors are the charm of the old city which is popularly known as the city of mosque and rickshaw.
Visit the attractive Sadarghat water front crowded with different type of boats and crafts. Every day hundreds and thousands of passengers are transported by motor launches to and from this river port. You can find here the heritage paddle wheel Rocket steamer built during British colonial period still in service and playing very important role for safe transport. Visit the wonderful historical Ahsan Manzil – the Pink Palace, palace of Muslim Nawab, visit the Biggest Fruit Market in Badamtoli, Curzon Hall of Dhaka University, Shahid Minar-Symbol of Mother Language. If time permits, visit Dhakeswari National Temple. Have lunch and dinner at local Bengali restaurant. Go back to hotel and stay overnight.
Curzon Hall, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, ☎ +88-02-8614150 (firstname.lastname@example.org), . An architecturally beautiful building named after Lord Curzon. Once intended as a town ...
University of Dhaka, Dhaka
Phone: ☎ +88-02-8614150
Day 3: Dhaka To Sonargaon - Chittagong
After breakfast, start long drive to Chittagong (264 Km-6/7 hrs aprx). On the way visit Sonargaon, the old capital of Golden Bengal where the world famous and finest “Muslin” was produced. Visit to ruins of Panam city and Goaldi Mosque of 500 years old. Resume drive to Chittagong. Have lunch on highway restaurant. Arrive Chittagong in the evening. Transfer to the designated hotel and stay Overnight.
Sonargaon was a historic administrative, commercial and maritime center in Bengal. Situated at the center of the Ganges delta , near the old course of the Brahmaputra River...
Day 4: Dhaka-sonargaon-chittagong
After breakfast, start long drive to Chittagong (264 Km-6/7 hrs aprx). On the way visit Sonargaon, the old capital of Golden Bengal where the world famous and finest “Muslin” was produced. Visit to ruins of Panam city and Goaldi Mosque of 500 years old. Resume drive to Chittagong. Have lunch on highway restaurant. Arrive Chittagong in the evening. Transfer to the designated hotel and stay overnight. (BLD)
It's a hilly district.77km far from chittagong.you can go there by bus.on the way you will enjoy widen field,hill.It is a wonderful repository of splendid scenary.of the lake ...
Travel from Dhaka to Chittagong
Fly to Chittagong
Fly to Cox's Bazar, taxi
Day 5: Chittagong-rangamati:
After breakfast, have a city tour and then drive to Rangamati (3hrs drive aprx). Arrive Rangamati, enjoy its beautiful landscape, scenic beauty. Take a boat & have Cruise on largest manmade Kaptai Lake and Visit Suvolong Spring, Chakma King’s Palace, Buddhist Bana Vihara. Lunch at Tribal restaurant to taste the tribal cuisine. In the late afternoon back to hotel have dinner & stay overnight. (BLD)