Day 01 Arrival Dhaka
Arrive, Meet & Greet at Dhaka International airport/ International Train station/ International Bus Terminal, our staff will show up your name / group with our Company Logo. Transfer to the hotel in Dhaka. Half day Dhaka city tour(If time permits). Dinner at local restaurant. Overnight at Hotel.
Day 02 Full Day Dhaka Sightseeing
Full day city sightseeing covering SadarghataTerminal, Pink palace, Dhakeshawari Hindu Temple, Lalbag Mughol Fort, Curzon Hall, Central Shahid Minar and the distinctive Notational Parliament Building. Lunch at local restaurant. After lunch drive to Savar to visit National Memorial and the Brass Metal works at Dhanmarai (If time permits). Overnight at hotel.
Day 03 Paharpur - Bogra
Today will be spent in Paharpur, a town full of Buddhist ruins. Here you’ll visit the Somapura Mahavihara, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the largest Buddhist monasteries in the world. Explore the archaic monuments and be dazzled by its massive size. In the late afternoon, arrive at the lovely Hotel in Bogra and watch a traditional folk dance performance in the evening.
Day 04 Dinajpur – Rangpur - Bogra
In the morning, head to Dinajpur, a city home to the breathtaking Kantaji’s Temple. This sanctuary is considered to be the most decorative and intricate in the country. Admire the beautiful temple surface and notice the embellishment of elaborate terracotta plaques. Next, tour the traditional village of Satrangee in Rangpur and head back to Bogra in the late afternoon.
Day 05 Khulna
Begin the day with a drive to Khulna. Stop along the way to visit the ancient tomb of Mystic poet, Lalon Shah. Shah is a famous religious icon in the country and his songs have influenced many poets and church figures. At his mausoleum, listen to some of his famous music and learn about his inspiring philosophies. After, head to Khulna where a fresh lobster dinner will be waiting for you. Overnight stay at Hotel.
Day 06 Mongla – Sundarbans
After breakfast, enjoy a scenic drive to Mongla. Along the way we will visit the Sixty Dome Mosque, the largest brick made mosque in Bangladesh and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Continue to Khan Jahan Ali’s pond where you’ll get up close and personal with monstrous crocodiles. Touch its scaly exterior if you’re brave enough! Next, board a boat in Mongla and enter the Sundarbans, the biggest block of mangrove forest on the globe. Pass by the Sundarbans National Park, which is home to majestic Bengal tigers. Finally, take a stroll through a nearby village and experience traditional life by interacting with locals.