Bangladesh has many natural resources characterized by touristic site in between the Himalayas in the north and the Bay of Bengal in the south. The UNESCO had status only three heritage sites as World heritage of Bangladesh. One of three is the natural heritage sites due to rises brackish water swamps adopted the Sundarbans mangrove Ecosystem provides the abundance of natural resources filled with innumerable wildlife biodiversity and breeding and conservation center for birds, fishes, reptiles and amphibians species where is no human habitation only lands of Wildlife both terrestrial and aquatic species are survive in presence of the Royal Bengal Tiger.
Bangladesh also rich in cultural resources due to sustains the influence of primitive civilization acts of trade, Buddhist civilization, and Islamic eras of the medieval Sultans and the Mughal, the British regime and Pakistan rule. All these periods carried out the prehistoric traditions, events, celebrations, weekly hat, rituals can be seen traces and left on built heritage structures, monuments, museums, fortresses cities, archaeological, historical and cultural sites of different civilization and eras.
Despite many cultural resources, built heritage structures and sites in Bangladesh, The UNESCO status World cultural heritage sites of Bangladesh for the Somapura Mahavihara (Buddhist Monastery) and another World Heritage site is the Islamic civilization superstructures in the historic Mosques city of Bagerhat.
World Heritage of Bangladesh has infinite tourist value due to a single escape travellers can experience the virgin nature of wildlife and cultural resources in the Eco-cultural landscape of Bangladesh.
Arrive in Dhaka and transfer to the hotel. Rest for the day and overnight stay in Dhaka.
Day-02: Dhaka City Tour and Rocket Steamer Journey to Bagerhat.
Start from your hotel early in the morning by A/C car. The day is involved in the overloaded city is being chaos by the mixed people, key attractions, and historical places from Mughal-British period like Sadarghat (riverfront), Nawab’s (King’s) Palace which is also known as Ahsan Manzil or ‘Pink Palace’, Lalbagh Fort, Star Mosque, Armenian Church, Dhakeswari Temple, National Parliament Building. In the evening board into the British built rocket steamer/ship first-class cabin to enjoy the rivers of life while our guide will story a tale of the peoples and culture of the river.
Day-03: World Heritage Site – The City of Mosque Bagerhat.
You will find the sun rising over the river at Barisal while many passengers are leaving and coming in the steamer. it is fantastic on the way to cruise to Hularhat around the rare scenic beauty.
at around 10:00 AM disembark the steamer for Bagerhat once Khalitabad city of Khan Jahan Ali who was the saint and independent ruler of southwest Bangladesh during the Medieval sultanate rule in the 15th Century when he built many mosques and water reservoir including the Sixty Dome Mosque over the spiritual nature saved by Khan Jahan Ali. Visit Sixty Dome Mosque and shrine of Khan Jahan Ali before heading Mongla from Hularhat. Spend your evening at the nearest river ports-bazaars or have rest for the day. Night stay at the hotel or Sundarbans boat.
Day-04: Sundarbans: Herbaria & Kochikhali Wildlife Sanctuary.
Early in the morning, the boat starts its cruise to Chandpai where you can watch dolphin meantime our forest guard joining into the boat in the way of the Sundarban forest cruise, the boat or ship cross much fascinating scenery while you may imagine sighting a crocodile basking in the sun, a herd of deer may be amazed by seeing under the trees or birds of prey make your journey memorable. Visit Harbaria Eco-Center and start the journey again. Late in the afternoon, arrive at Kochikhali Forest area and make a canal cruise that will be arranged for watching wildlife. Night stay at the boat in Kochikhali.
Day-05: Sundarbans: Kachikhali and Katka Wildlife Sanctuary.
Start your day with a small boat cruise through the creeks and experience the sound of birds and watch wildlife in front of your eyes. After breakfast, a journey from Kochikhali to Katka would be a wonderful experience of watching wildlife. Walk inside the deep forest, climb to the watchtower and go for Jamtola Sea Beach before lunch. In the afternoon on arrival Katka Forest area, to explore Tiger & Deer points where many deer and monkey are common habitats to survive under the Keora trees. Enjoy sunset at the Bay of Bengal and B-B-Q dinner on the boat. Night stay on the boat.
Day-06: Sundarbans & Khulna: Dolphin Watch, Crocodile Breeding Center.
On the last day of the adventure, make a canal cruise in the morning, visit a fishing village and experience their lifestyle. Watch Dolphins at Daingmari range and cruise toward Karamjal Crocodile breeding center (Zoo). After having lunch, depart from the boat and drive toward Khulna. Check into the hotel after dinner and stop for the day.
Day-07: Train Journey to Rajshahi And Puthia
Early in the morning at 6:00 am, start the train journey heading to Rajshahi. After 6 hours of journey, arrive at Rajshahi and have lunch at a restaurant. Drive toward Puthia Temple Complex, having the largest number of historic temples in Bangladesh were built by Hindu Zamindar Rajas of Puthia Raj Family. Walkthrough the history and enjoy the sunset at the bank of Padma Riverside. Dinner and night stay at the hotel of Rajshahi.
Day-08: Paharpur & Mahasthangarh – The Buried City And Iconic Fabrics
Early in the morning, start your journey by car toward Paharpur. Visit Kushumba Mosque, a mosque from the Afgan rule in Bangladesh in the 16th century. Drive again through the beautiful landscape of vegetable fields and reach Paharpur. Visit UNESCO heritage Paharpur Somapura Mahavihara, was the single largest monastery that was the icon of Buddhist civilization. the spiritual structure of Somapura vihara flourished in architectural education in the Pala dynasty. After having lunch at a roadside restaurant, stop driving at Mahasthangarh, Bogra. Look back to the glorious past in the remains of Mahasthan fortress city where buried 1800 years of history and cultures of the urban settlement by the delta lands of common people. Check into the hotel at Bogra City and halt for the night stay.
Day-09: Navaratna Temple – The Jamuna River Of Life
On this last day of North Bangladesh expeditions, visit the largest vegetable bazaars and drive back to Dhaka. On the way, visit the second largest Navartna Temple in Hatikumrul, Sirajganj, and explore a char village of Jamuna river to experience the difference in rivers of life. Lunch at a roadside restaurant and driving toward Dhaka again. Check into the hotel after dinner in Dhaka.
Day-10: Departure Dhaka And Ends The Tour At Airport
Go airport from the hotel and fly to your place with wonderful memories of the Bangladesh Expedition.
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