Vacation in Bangladesh
Vacation in Bangladesh is one of the most unique travelling experiences. Just picture it! Untouched natural treasures with infinite landscape diversity, tropical forests, idyllic lakes, quaint villages, enormous tea plantations… Despite their remarkable differences, these sceneries have a common coefficient.. they are always accompanied by the welcoming locals ready to greet you with their authentic smiles.
At the confluence of the rivers Ganges and Brahmaputra, an elusive adventure begins! Get ready for an unprecedented experience full of adventure. Get to know the customs and traditions of the magical Bangladesh!
Dhaka, the pride of Bangladesh
Welcome to this colourful chaos.. Dhaka boasts to be one of the most bustling cities worldwide. Industrial, commercial, covered in serpentine alleys, floating markets & gigantic gardens..
A walk in the old town is the best way to discover the remarkable architecture of Dhaka, a confluence of many architectural styles from the Mughal empire and Sena Dynasty to British Colonialism. Time for you to admire the official presidential residence Bangabhaban, the 350 year’s old Lalbagh Fort, the impressive Jatiya Sangsad Bhaban, a real masterpiece of modern architecture which hosts the parliament.
Do not dare to omit from your list the calm, yet mysterious lake Boga or the sandhills of Cox Bazaar! The third longest coast worldwide, more than 121 kilometres long, is waiting for you. After the relaxation is over, head to the Bandarban in the Chittagong Division.. It hides many surprises! From aborigines to a beautiful boat ride in the lake..
Rangamati, the evergreen “residence” of the Aboriginal Tribes
This verdant oasis is the birthplace of many indigenous sino-birmanic tribes.. The must-see attractions? The Rangamati Cultural Institute and the Chittagong Commonwealth War Cemetery in honour of the soldiers that died during the World War 2. The famous man-made Lake Kartai is definitely worth your visit! The ideal place to enjoy a splendid sunset!
Bagerhat, the historical
Bagerhat, commonly known as Mosque city, is located at the exact confluence of the two historical rivers Ganges and Brahmaputra. This marvellous city founded in the 1400s has been declared a World’s Heritage Site by UNESCO. The highlight is the Breath-taking Sixty Dome Mosque described as one of the most impressive Muslim mosques!
Of course, do not forget to take a boat ride in the Sundarbans, the largest littoral mangrove in the world. Stretching almost 10.000 square kilometres, rich tropical vegetation between Bangladesh and Western. . Here is the shelter the royal tiger . Do not be suprises if you see her swimming to catch her prey.
Barisal & Bandarban, the authentic ones
If you thought that Bangladesh is ideal for acquiring novel, genuine experiences, you are absolutely right. The only thing left is to visit the town of Barisal, known for its floating market. Here you will witness a unique spectacle of locals one coming after another in the river, selling their produce from their boats..
In Bandarban, the most isolated region of Bangladesh, you will meet more than 15 tribes of Aborigines, well-hidden in the mountains. In this attractive district, you will also find the Buddha Dhatu Jadi Temple, with one of the biggest Buddha temples in the country!
Vacation in Bangladesh, a magical adventure journey begins..