Example Itinerary

Culture & Nature of Bangladesh

Duration
5 days / 4 nights
Price Per Person
From $2,800
Interests
Wildlife, UNESCO, Heritage
Destinations
Bangladesh
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Touch down in Bangladesh and hit the ground running in this five-day tour of the best cultural and natural sights the country has to offer. After arriving in the capital city of Dhaka, you’ll head out of town to visit small villages and explore famous monuments, including the famed Sixty Dome Mosque. Then, you’ll enjoy a full afternoon and evening cruise through the Sundarbans, the world’s largest mangrove forest, before returning to Dhaka for a whirlwind sightseeing tour, soaking up all the sights before the tour comes to an end. 

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Highlights

  • Sundarbans: Head deep into the Sundarbans, a UNESCO-designated huge mangrove forest and wildlife sanctuary, on the lookout for native animals including the elusive Bengal tigers.
  • Ancient Crafts: Tracing back to the Pala Dynasty (800-1100 AD), the craft of metal work and arts lives on in the artisan village of Dhamrai. Stop by to see the skilled artisans at work and admire their workmanship and art pieces.
  • Heart of a City: Embrace the hustle and bustle and delve into Old Dhaka where ancient architecture and olden landmarks, from temples to museums and cafes, reveal the beginnings and cultural heritage of the city.

Day-by-Day

Day 1 Dhaka

This evening, touch down in the exciting land of Bangladesh, as you arrive at Dhaka International Airport and are transferred to your hotel for an overnight stay.

Day 2 Khulna

After breakfast in your hotel, you’ll head to Khulna, stopping along the way to visit the National Martyrs Monument at Savar and explore a tile factory and pottery village in Jessore. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant in Jessore before hitting the road again, arriving in Khulna in time for dinner and an overnight stay.

Khulna

Day 3 Khulna

Enjoy breakfast at your hotel before embarking on a day-long excursion, first visiting the ancient Sixty Dome Mosque, a World Heritage Site, famous muslim shrine and architectural feat. Afterward, you’ll head to Mongla, where you’ll enjoy lunch and an afternoon cruise on a motor boat, exploring the Sundarbans Mangrove Forest. Discover incredible flora and fauna and catch the sunset on your way back to Mongla; then, head back to Khulna for dinner and an overnight stay.

Day 4 Dhaka

Today, you’re heading back to the capital of Dhaka, stopping on route to visit the tomb of poet Lalon Shah in Kushtia and to enjoy lunch at a local restaurant. Afterward, explore a metal craft village in Dhamrai before arriving in Dhaka in the late afternoon, just in time to settle into your hotel and spend a relaxing evening.

Dhaka

Day 5 Departure

On your final day in Bangladesh, make sure to get a good breakfast at your hotel as you’re about to pack a whole lot in! Explore this incredible city on a full-day sightseeing tour, visiting Panam City, the Goaldi Mosque, Lalbagh Fort, Dhakeshwari Temple, the National Museum and more. During the day, enjoy lunch and dinner at a local restaurant, before being transferred to the airport in the evening for your onward flight.

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