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Tour To Tribal Village And Forest

Tour To Tribal Village And Forest Packages
Country: Bangladesh
City: Chittagong
Duration: 6 Day(s) - 5 Night(s)
Tour Category: Tribe Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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Package Itinerary

Destination : Dhaka - Bandarban - Dhaka

Duration: 6 Days 5 Nights

Explore Bandarban

Day-1: Arrival

You will be welcomed and received at the airport and then transfer to the hotel. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 02: Bandarban

Leave Dhaka by reserved car/coach for Bandarban.

Day 03: Bandarban Sightseeing

Check-in Hotel and refresh. After lunch, short sightseeing in Bandarban. In the evening back to the hotel. Overnight at Bandarban.

Day 04: Nilgiri - Chimbuk - Shoilopropat

Start our journey to Nilgiri, This day we also visit Chimbuk and Shoilopropat. Back to the hotel. Overnight at Bandarban.

Day 05: Sangu River

On this day we visit the Sangu River, Swarna(golden) Mandir, Chakma Rajbari, and Meghla Garden. In the evening, leave Bandarban for Dhaka.

Day 06: Departure

On this day you may stay in the hotel for rest and then will be transferred to the airport for departure.

Price Included:

AC Transport.

Parking fee and Entrance fee.

Accommodation on twin sharing basis

All meals.

All activities inside the place.

Mineral water for drinking during the trip.

An experienced guide during the trip.


Know More About Bandarban:

Bandarban Hill District is the most remote and least populated district in Bangladesh. The lure of the tallest peaks of Bangladesh treks through virgin forests and the chance to meet more than 15 tribes of the region up close is growing both among Bangladeshis and tourists from other countries.

There are more than fifteen ethnic minorities living in the district besides the Bengalis, including the Marma, the Arakanese descendants, and Arakanese (Rakhine), who is also known as Magh, Mru (also known as Mro or Murong), Bawm, Khyang, Tripuri (also known as Tipra or Tipperah), Mizo (also known as Lushei), Khumi, Chak, Kuki, Chakma and Tenchungya, who are closely related, Reang (also known as Riyang), Uchoi (also known as Usui) and Pankho.

The Mru, also known as Murong, are famous for their music and dance. The Mru in major numbers has converted to Khrama (or Crama), the youngest religion in Bangladesh that prohibits much of their old ways. They are assumed to be the original inhabitants of Bandarban. The Bawm are another major tribe here.


The biggest festival of the Marma tribesmen, akin to Boisabi of the Tripuris and Biju of the Chakmas. In mid-April, this celebration of the new year falls around the same time as Bengali Naba Barsha and Assamese Bihu. Apart from the songs and dances, Sangrai is marked by the water festival and magic charm competitions. Water festival is a game of splashing water from two sides of a marked arena by unmarried boys and girls on each other. It is said that splashing water is a way of declaring a love interest. Non-Marma people can't usually take part in the game.

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