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Bangla Culture & Beach Tour

Destinations Covered:- Dhaka - Tangail - Cox’s Bazar - St. Martin- Cox’s bazaar - Sonadia- Moheshkhali- Dhaka
Tour Duration: 07 Nights / 08 Days
Day: 01 Dhaka: Arrival

Arrive Dhaka airport and be received by our representative and transfer to designated hotel. Freshen up and in the afternoon pass through the streets of Dhaka to have a glimpse of the city. Stay overnight at the hotel.

Day: 02 Dhaka city tour and Sonargaon

Morning visit exotic Sadarghat river port crowded with different type of boats and crafts. Every day hundreds & thousands of passengers are transported by motor launches to and from far off places through this river port. You can find here the heritage paddle wheel steamer commonly called as Rocket Steamer Service built during British colonial period still in service and playing very important role for safe transport. Visit the wonderful historical Ahsan Manzil - the palace of Muslim Nawab, Star Mosque, Armenian Church, Curzon Hall of Dhaka University, Have lunch at authentic Bengali restaurant. After lunch drive to Sonargaon (30 km) the old capital of Golden Bengal. The city was under Turkish Sultanate during 1280 AD. The main attractions of Sonargaon of today are ruins of Panam, the dead city, Goaldi Mosque of Sultanate period and the rich Folk Art Museum with the panoramic lake and gardens. Drive back to Dhaka. If time permits, visit the National Parliament Building the masterpiece of world famous Architect Louis I. Kahn. Stay overnight at the hotel.

Day: 03 River cruise of Jamdani Village

After breakfast drive to River Shitalakkhya at Demra ghat for river cruise. Embark the boat and start cruise. Enjoy the beautiful scenery of river and riverine life, fishermen’s fishing, local country boat and engine boat carrying goods, livelihood of local people. After 45 minutes, anchor the boat in Murapara. Get down there and have a walk through an Old Landlords house, which has been converted to an educational Institute (college) now. Spend some times. Then return to the boat. On the way back, reach at Ruposhi village to experience Jamdani weaving. Here you can see the intricate Jamdani design and surely you will like to have some as souvenir. Then back to Demra ghat to have the journey back to Dhaka in the evening, visit Aarong famous for Bangladeshi handicrafts and products. Stay overnight at the hotel.

Day: 04 Dhaka- Tangail-Dhaka

Early morning drive to Tangail, where you shall visit 400 years old Atia mosque, Palaces of Mohera, now police training center, then visit to new agriculture movement and weaving village. Have organic lunch at UBINIG. After the lunch. Drive back to Dhaka. Stay overnight at Dhaka.

Day: 05 Dhaka- Cox’s Bazar

Morning drive to the airport to avail flight to Cox’s Bazar. Arrive at Cox’s Bazar. Drive to Inani and Check in at hotel. Freshen up and drive to explore the world longest beach Cox’s Bazaar. Stay overnight at the hotel.

Day: 06 Cox’s Bazaar- St. Martin- Cox’s bazaar

Morning drive to Teknaf to avail ship towards St. Martin. Sail to St. Martin, an Island just 08kms from Myanmar at the mouth of NAF river. The first settlement started just 250 years ago by some Arabian sailors who named the island ‘Zajira’. During British occupation the island was named St. Martin Island. The local names of the island are "Narical Gingira", also spelled "Narikel Jinjira/Jinjera", which means 'Coconut Island' in Bengali, and "Daruchini Dip". It is the only coral island in Bangladesh. Arrive St. Martin around 1400hrs. Explore the excellent coral beach. Stroll around. If you want you can have rest in the Blu Marin resort for a while. Afternoon avail ship towards Cox’s Bazar. Arrive at Cox’s Bazar and overnight stay. Stay overnight at Cox’s Bazaar.

Day: 07 Cox’s Bazar- Sonadia- Moheshkhali- Dhaka

Early morning drive to explore Sonadia and Moheshkhali Island. About nine square kilometer in area, Sonadia Island is known for its sandy western side where different kinds of shells are found on the beach. Off the northern part of the island, there are beds of windowpane oysters. Moheshkali Island, about 20-30 minutes sail from Cox’s Bazaar is famous for ancient Adinath Temple at the hilltop and the Rakhain villages with their colorful Buddhist temples. The island is dotted with forested hills and some mangrove vegetation alongside the coastal beach. Stay overnight at the hotel.

Day: 08 Departure

Morning, in time transfer to the airport to avail flight towards your own destination.