(3 NIGHTS , 2 DAYS) 
Day 01:

Dhaka – Boat Station

At around 2:00pm, Meet with guide & drive to the Boat station. Upon arrival in the station,Board on the public launch. Normally the launches depart from Dhaka at around 04:00pm – 5:00pm. Overnight Journey towards Jalokhati (this is the closed destination you can go by boat from Dhaka).



Regarding the visit in Kuakata, the road condition is very bad, more over the public boat does not go up to Kuakata. This is why we are going up to Jhalikhati district by boat.
The boat has basic accommodation facility with non air condition cabin, with toilet facility. Normal Bangladeshi food will be available on boat.

Day 02, 03, 04

Jhalokhati –Kuakata

Upon arrival at Jhalokhati in the morning at around 07am -08 am, Breakfast at local market, then drive to Kuakata (120km/5:30 hours). Upon arrival, transferred to hotel. Visit local markets,tribal villages, Buddhist monastery & beach activity etc. enjoy the sunset from the beach.This today is relaxed days just to chilling on the beach. Overnight at Hotel.

Note: Bangladesh is a Muslim dominated country; you cannot wear swimming costumes in the beach.


Day 05

Kuakata – Barisal Sightseeing

After Breakfast, drive to Barisal (82km/4:00 hours) knows as capital of south, on the way visit local villages; local markets and walk around the Barisal launch station, visit the church and explore the little bit of Barisal. Overnight stay at Barisal town.


Day 06

Barisal – Bagerhat – Mongla

Early morning we will drive from Barisal to Mongla (6 hours/ 135km). En route visit the mosque city Bagerhat. This city was established by a Persian merchant Khan Jahan Ail, made lot of mosque nearby the whole region. One of his remarkable architect which was declared UNESCO World Heritage site 60 Dome Mosque, we will explore. Also visit the shrine of Khan Jahan Ali, 9 dome mosques, and some other mosque. Then a short drive to Mongla. Overnight at Mongla.


Day 07, 08, 09:

Sundarban Mangrove Forest Cursing

Early Morning transfer to the sundarbans chartered boat & immediately star cruising towardsthe forest. Forming one of the largest margrave forests on earth, the world heritage site will be landscapes of the spectacular backdrop for next two days. Home of Bengal Tigers, estuarine crocodile and some 270 specs of birds, the incredible network of islands, creeks, mud flats, provide the setting for an unforgettable boat trip. We will cruse deep into the heart of incredible wildness, exploring the most eastern part of Sundarbans called
Kotka wild life sanctuary area. There will be different wild forest activates like country boat trip in the small creeks and cannels, watch tour climbing, mangrove trekking inside the forest,etc. here one Bar B Q dinner is included in the forest. On the way back at the last day, we will visit some villages nearby the forest. Last night we will stay at Khulna.


Note: These 06 Bedded Boat basic facilities as bellow

All Cabins are bunk style two bedded two people can accommodate Dinning facility for Breakfast,lunch, Diner Bangladesh non spicy food, Western toilet, kitchen etc with mineral water facility.In the evening, you give get generator facility to recharge your camera, or valuable things.Inside the sundarbans you will not any mobile network properly.


Day 10

Khulna – Rajshahi (Train Journey)

Boarding an early morning train heading north towards the university town of Rajshahi on the bank of the Padma River. Lying amongst the landscapers of the north western corner of Bangladesh, close to the border with India, Rajshahi enjoys a reputation as the centre of the countries silk industry. The town is also an important cultural centre, with the nearby Hindu temples at Puthia proving us with a fascinating destination for this afternoon. Little known and rarely visited , the remarkable collection of atmospheric ruins include a number of bangle and Chu-chala style temples dedicated to shiva , Govinda, Annika .
The town is also a home to impressive, but sadly fading, maharanis palace. Built during the late 19th century by Hemanta Kumari Devi. After visiting return to Rajshahi for the evening.


Day 11

Rajshahi- Paharpur-Bogra

After breakfast this morning drive to Paharpur, to visit the UNESCO World heritage site of sompur Mahavihara, one of the most important archeological site s in the country. Once the largest Buddhist monastery south of the Himalayas, Sompura Mahavihara dates back to the 8th century and architecturally is more remising of the Buddhist shrine of the Burma & Cambodia then those of India.
Continuing on to Mahastangar, we visit the oldest archeological site anywhere in the country. Lying on the western bank of the Korotoya River and dating back to at least the 3 century BC. The site is littered with reminders of its Buddhists,Hindu & Muslim past. After Our visit we drive the short distance on to Bogra, One of the oldest town of the northern Bangladesh, which lay of the heart of some fiercest fighting during the war for independence for back in the early 1970’s.


Day 12

Bogra – Dhaka – Chittagong

After breakfast drive to Dhaka. On the way visit a very nice interesting weaving village in Shirajgong, and continue to Dhaka. Upon arrival at Dhaka domestic airport (Dhaka – Chittagong),take the afternoon flight to Chittagong. Upon arrival at Chittagong, drive to hotel. Overnight at Hotel.


Day 13, 14
Chittagong -Bandarban

After breakfast, driving out Chittagong, we head next into the fertile hills of south- eastern Bangladesh, one of the most remote regions in the country (87km/04:00hrs). Our destination is the town of Bandarban on the sangu River, lying in the heart of rich tribal landscapes of the hill tracts. One of the last bastions of Buddhism in South Asia, this captivating hill country is home to 15 different ethnic minorities, of which the Murong and the Marma are largest.
These indigenous tribes differ in both physical appearance and in their religious and cultural beliefs from the country’s majority Bengali population; over the next two days we should have an opportunity to discover a little diversity of the nature and human diversity of this incredible Setting.


Bandarban – Chittagong

After breakfast, drive back to Chittagong (87km/04:00hrs). a city that can trace its maritime heritage back over a thousand years. The Portuguese one describes its Porto Grande and indeed it has served the region well as a thriving port since the arrival of the Arab merchants back in 9th Century. In the afternoon explore the little bit of the city. Overnight at hotel.


Day 16
Chittagong – Dhaka (By Train)

After breakfast at Hotel, transferred to the railway station and board on the train from Chittagong to Dhaka. Arrive Dhaka in the afternoon. Upon arrival Dhaka, transferred to the hotel. Overnight at Dhaka & end our tour.