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Tour Itinerary Day-1: Dhaka-Rangamati Early morning drive to Rangamati by reserved AC micro van. en-route you can visit Sonargaon (29km), the ancient capital of Golden Bengal. This is the picturesque site's historical land and cultural interest. Visit . .
Country: Bangladesh
City: Srimangal
Duration: 20 Day(s) - 19 Night(s)
Tour Category: Luxury Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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Tour Itinerary

Day-1: Dhaka-Rangamati

Early morning drive to Rangamati by reserved AC micro van. en-route you can visit Sonargaon (29km), the ancient capital of Golden Bengal. This is the picturesque site's historical land and cultural interest. Visit the old Panam dead city of ancient Bengal and a single-domed gold mosque (500 years old). Reach Rangamati by evening En-route Chittagong city. After dinner at the restaurant transfer to the designated hotel for staying overnight.

Day-2: Rangamati

Morning cruise in the crystal clear water of Asia’s largest man-made Lake Kaptai. And visit the hilltop tribal village at Suvolong where you can also visit attractive water springs and forest hills. You can relish your stomach with exciting lunch at the hilltop tribal restaurant at “TukTuki” or Ting Ting” in the surrounding panoramic blue water lake. Evening: visit the hanging bridge and tribal handicrafts market. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.

Day-3: Rangamati-Bandarban

After breakfast, visit the Buddhist temple at Rajban Vihara then drive to Bandarban through the scenic road passing the forested hills and tribal villages. On the way visit the most ornate Buddist Golden Temple on the Zadi hilltop and visit the tribal village around the temple. Reach Bandarbab and transfer to the hotel. Stay overnight here.

Day-4: Bandarban

Morning drive to visit a tribal village, get the touch of floating clouds on the top of the village. Visit the tribal village of Murong tribes and take a deep look at their lifestyle by exploring the interior tribal village on the hill slopes. The visit to the Shail prophet (waterfall) by the Chimbuk roadside has got attraction. You can have your lunch at a hilltop restaurant in a wonderful natural environment. Afternoon walks through Tripura village or you can stroll through the Meghla Eco-park to enjoy the wonderful natural setup. Have dinner and stay overnight.

Day-5: Bandarban- Comilla

Early morning enjoys the sun rising from tiger hill- after breakfast drive to Mainamati, at Comilla. Visit the spectacular archaeological sites at Mainamati, Comilla. Visit the most impressive archaeological site in Halban Vihar at Mainamati Lalmai Hill Range. There are more than 50 archaeological spots like Shalban Vihar, Kutia Mura, Anada Vihar, Charputra Mura, Itkhola Mura, and Ropban Mura which are very important for studying Buddhism. The archaeological museum near the Shalban Vihara ( Sunday closed) is also very attractive with a rich collection.

Day-6: Comilla- Srimangal

Morning drive to Srimangal- the journey to Srimangal passing through the Asian highway will be comfortable and attractive with a wonderful nature view of the countryside, village markets, and crossing several long concrete bridges over the wide rivers. The road may take 4 hours (200km) lunch at the wayside highway restaurant. Reach Srimangal and transfer to the hilltop resort. Afternoon visits the panoramic Madhabpur Lake surrounded by terraced tea gardens and tribal villages like Monipuri and Khasia Punjee. Dinner and stay overnight at the hotel.

Day-7: Srimangal

Early morning explore the Lawachera rain forest which is a reserved forest for the conservation of wildlife. In the beautiful rainforest, you can walk through the majestic standing trees which are undisturbed for centuries. One can easily find out wild animals like cape languor, slow loris, yellow-throated martin, hoolock gibbons, Asian black bear, and rock python.

The attractive birds like oriol, barbet, hornbills, forktails, and laughing thrashers with the high profile symphony for small insects will absolutely absorb you in a serene atmosphere. Enthusiastic travelers have got the opportunity to undertake a long walk through the forest’s trail for a few kilometers leading to Khasia Punjee on the outskirts of the forest. Lunch at hilltop tea restaurant. After lunch drive to Hail haor ( wetland), which is reserved for fish and birds. Here you can see many kinds of birds to very close. Afternoon drives back to Hotel. Dinner stays overnight at the hotel.

Day-8: Srimangal-Dhaka

After breakfast drive to Dhaka. En route explores Ruposi Jamdanee village where you can experience the intricate Jamdani weaving factory and weavers who are maintaining the secret of thousands of years of old heritage. Transfer to hotel. Stay overnight at the hotel.

Day-9: Dhaka- Mymensingh

After breakfast drive to Mymensingh. Visit the places of the local landlord in Mymensingh. Further, drive to the Zainul Museum of Painting. A short river cruise will be oranged on the river Brahmaputra. Overnight at hotel

Day-10: Mymensingh-Tangail

After breakfast drive to Tangail via Modhupur to visit the Garo village as well as their lifestyle. Then drive to Tangail- famous for saree. The prized experience is engaging in the art of weaving rich traditional cotton and silks using the original handlooms that can be found only in this part of the world. Also enjoy the crack puffed rice, and remove the husk from the rice, community-based essence of experimental learning that takes you to our roots. Having a meal with organic food and in the afternoon visit Atia Mosque. Stay overnight.

Day-11: Tangail-Dinajpur

After breakfast drive to Dinajpur(300km) passing through the 11th world’s longest Jamuna River bridge(4.8km). Reach Dinajpur and drive to Rajbari to visit the Krishna temple. Transfer to hotel and stay overnight at hotel

Day-12: Dinajpur

After breakfast drive to Kantanagar (20km) visit the Kantajee temple which depicts Mahabharat, Ramayan, and contemporary stories in terracotta, and visit Nayabad mosque. Visit the mills- how rice is processed.

Day-13: Dinajpur-Bogra

After breakfast drive to Bogra. En-route visit Sitakot Vihar, the spectacular Buddhist Sompura vihara ar Pahapur- the single largest Buddhist monastery in the world and a world heritage site. This 08th-century archeological site contains 63 stone images and about 3000 beautiful terracotta plaques. Here you can visit the rich archaeological museums and nearby Shao-Taal (aboriginal) village and their lifestyle. Further, drive to Bogra970km/2.5hrs) to visit the distinctive Mahastanagarth, which is the most ancient archaeological site of the 4th century BC. Here you can visit some isolated mounds and both Hindu and Buddhist eras.

Day-14: Bogra – Hatianda

After breakfast drive to Gokul meth- a Buddhist vihara. Further, drive to the temple city of Puthia. Visit the Shiva temple, Puthia place, and Govinda temple. Then drive to the Eco-village of Hataianda. The afternoon explores the eco-village of Hatianda. stay overnight in a village house.

Day-15: Hatianda

Explore the village, visit the local school, pottery, and temple, computer school, and power-saving cooking stove used in houses. Stay overnight.

Day-16: Hatianda-Kustia

Morning drive to Kustia. En route explores the famous mystic poet and Lalan’s complex and his holy shrine in the quiet village of Cheuri which is a few kilometers distance from Kustia city. The visit to the Lalan Shrine and the complex may take you to the mystic world of Bauls who are dedicated to performing these typical signs to understand the supreme being through their body-centric Baul Sadhana.

Then drive to Shilaidaha Rabindra Kutobari (15km) passing through the attractive countryside and green villages. The visit to the Kutibari Museum will be very entertaining. This picturesque house was first built for the residence purpose of the Tagore family as the lord and authorized collector of revenue for the Tagore Estate since 1830 with an area of 30 Bighas land. Overnight at the hotel.

Day-17: Kustia – Bagerhat—Mongla

After breakfast drive to Begerhat. It mainly consists of a number of old mosques and the tomb of its founder Saint Khan Jahan Ali(Rah). Visit the sixty dome mosque which is a UNESCO world heritage site. On the other side of the road is another small mosque, built in the traditional brick style. A few kilometers down the road, there is the holy shrine of Saint Khan Jahan Ali. Stay overnight at the hotel.

Day-18: Mongla-Sundarban

Morning to avail the cruise vessel towards Sundarban, anchor the boat at Mirgamari. Enjoy the ordinary lifestyle of the villagers beside the Sundarbans. Explore the island by forest hiking inside the forest to observe the wild animals in their own domain stay. Overnight at the vessel.

Day-19: Sundarban –Mongla

Early morning a bird-watching tour will be organized on channels. Return back to the vessel and depending on the tide.

During the long cruise, you will be passing through different forest islands and obviously, you may expect to click your zoom camera to shoot different wild animals like spotted deer, Rhesus Macaque, colorful birds especially the white large egrets, white-bellied sea eagle, or huge crocodiles basking on the shore or playing diving of Genetic dolphins in the river water is a common feature in this great jungle. Subsequent forest activities. Have lunch at the vessel. After lunch drive to Dhaka(6hrs). Stay overnight at the hotel.

Day-20: Departure

Morning free transfer to airport for onward destination.

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.


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