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Six Days of Sights in Bangladesh

From the moment you arrive in Bangladesh, you’re hit by a world of new discoveries. On this six-day, five-night tour, experience some of the highlights of this beautiful and historic country. Via domestic flights and scenic drives, you’ll find yourself in the stunning countryside, experiencing the simple lifestyles of indigenous communities and taking in the natural wonders of the surrounding environment. Marvel at the view from soaring peaks and gaze across sparkling lakes before you stock up on unique souvenirs as mementos of your incredible trip. 

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Visit Bangladesh’s indigenous tribal communities Explore sacred Buddhist temples Shop for souvenirs in local bazaars Take a boat trip on Lake Kaptai  
Starting at
$800
per person per day
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Day by Day Itinerary
Day 1

Upon arrival at Dhaka’ international airport, you’ll be met by your friendly driver and transferred to your comfortable city-center hotel. Get acquainted with your surroundings, enjoy some dinner and relax as your Bangladesh adventures begin.

Day 2
Bandarban

After a hotel breakfast in Dhaka, you’re jetting off once again, this time on a domestic flight to Chittagong. Here, after a wander around the ethnological museum, it’s on to Bandarban Hill Tract by car. Check in to your hotel and stick around for some lunch before you head out to explore the Buddhist Dhatu Jadi Temple and browse the local bazaar.

Day 3
Bandarban

Enjoy breakfast at your hotel before a full-day excursion. Today, you’ll visit the different tribes of Mru, Bawm, Marma and Tripura in their local villages and get a glimpse of their lifestyle. Then it’s on to Nilgiri, one of the tallest peaks in Bangladesh, via open-top Jeep. Stop en route for lunch in a local restaurant and enjoy views from the top of the world. Finally, make your way back to your hotel for dinner and a good night’s sleep.

Day 4

After breakfast, you’ll hit the road for Rangamati, enjoying gorgeous scenery on the five-hour drive. Check in to your Rangamati hotel and sample some local food for lunch. Then, spend the afternoon looking around the area’s Buddhist temples and souvenir shops before dinner and a relaxing evening.

Day 5

Enjoy breakfast before you embark on a morning boat cruise on Lake Kaptai. Stop off to visit the Chakma tribal village and grab lunch at a local restaurant. In the afternoon, you can relax on the leisurely scenic drive back to Chittagong airport in time to catch your flight back to Dhaka. Enjoy your final evening with some dinner and a comfortable overnight stay in your city hotel.

Day 6
Departure

After your final breakfast in Dhaka, it’s time to say goodbye to Bangladesh as you transfer to the airport for your onward international flight.

 

Suggested Accommodations

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Accommodation
DHAKA
Westin Dhaka

Westin Dhaka

Centrally located in the business district of Gulshan, the 241-room Westin Dhaka is steps away from shopping malls, restaurants, museums, and foreign embassies. Like most Westins, the accommodations have an agreeable, though ultimately forgettable, design. Rooms feature signature Westin comforts like the Heavenly Bed and the Heavenly Shower (a double-headed shower), and modern amenities like an LCD flat-screen TV and high-speed Internet access (for a fee). A 24-hour business center provides a full range of business services. Leisure facilities include an outdoor heated swimming pool, a state-of-the-art fitness center, and a full-service spa. Six restaurants and bars make up the dining scene. These include Prego, an Italian restaurant on the 23rd floor, and Seasonal Tastes, serving Pan-Asian cuisine. The hotel is just five miles away from the Zia International Airport.

 
 
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