November to the end of February is the best time to visit Bangladesh – the dry season, and fairly cool. Newly emerged from the soggy, damp rainy season in October, Bangladesh’s outdoor markets come alive, and the flowers are in full bloom. By November, Bangladesh has begun to dry off completely, with dust starting to form, but the coolest days are in December and February. With a tropical savanna climate, travelers are recommended to pack for a warm to hot holiday year round, though nights can get much colder in some regions. In Dhaka, Bangladesh’s capital, January is likely the best month to visit, with an average high of 25 °C and a low average rainfall of just 7.7 millimeters per month.
See the best Bangladesh has to offer on this classic 10-day journey through the historical, colorful country. You’ll move from the historical buildings of Dhaka, through the thick flora of the Sundarbans forest, and back again, visiting must-see sights the Shrine of Bayazid Bostami, interacting with local hilltribes in the Chittagong Hill Tracts, and tasting tea fresh from the plantations in Sylhet.
Get a glimpse of Bangladesh's rich cultural history on this unforgettable tour. Starting and ending in the heart of its capital, you'll make the excursion to explore the treasures at Comilla in between and find yourself falling for this country in just three days.
Explore the sights and attractions of India’s exciting Bengal region, on a 12-day luxury journey from Bangladesh’s bustling Dhaka, through the lush Sundarbans mangrove forest, onwards to Calcutta for lunch at the Polo Club, and ending Darjeeling for a tour and stay at Glenburn Tea Estate.
Travel through the wild and wonderful side of Bangladesh on this thrilling 8-day luxury tour starting with a rickshaw tour of historic Dhaka, and finishing off in the lush Sundarbans forest, where you can spot Bengal Tigers. You’ll stop to take in ancient sights like the Pink Palace, and the Sixty Dome Mosque.
This five-day Bangladesh tour highlights some of the county’s most revered cultural sights and beautiful natural feats. From small villages to large Muslim shrines, and from the world’s biggest mangrove forest to the exciting capital of Dhaka, you’ll enjoy an exhilarating cross-section of this fascinating country.
On this unforgettable whistlestop tour of the beauties of Bangladesh, you'll spend eight days discovering the country’s considerable highlights. From the bustle of the metropolis to the simple life of tribal villagers, from visits to historic temples to lazy days on never-ending beaches, you'll truly see it all.
In just six days, get a taste for the beauty and culture of fascinating Bangladesh, from its bustling capital to its tribal villages and temples imbued with history. Revel in the sights, smells and colors of this amazing country.
Experience the best of Bangladesh in this eight-day tour, packed with treasures and wonders. From the city museums filled with historic relics, to the country’s most impressive temples, mosques and ancient sites, you’ll get a sense of the culture - and natural delights - of this fascinating nation.
Delve into the amazing architecture and sacred structures of Buddhist Bangladesh on this eight-day tour. From the city to the hillsides and the countryside to the coast, this is your opportunity to explore this fascinating culture and its ancient history up close.
An Asia-focused magazine brought to you by Remote Lands – a platform for adventure, luxury, and authenticity from experts and explorers around the continent.
Aland with a fascinating and sometimes tragic history, Bangladesh is an undiscovered travel gem still well off the beaten tourist trail and yet home to so many cultural treasures just waiting to be uncovered.
Here is a small selection of the kind words our guests have said about us, as well as features by journalists and travel writers.
You are invited to Remote Lands’ signature Aman Jet Expeditions, in partnership with our friends at Aman. These are small group journeys designed for people who usually travel independently.