Location: Bagerhat, Sundarbans, Paharpur, Srimangal, Sonargaon
Tour Attractions: Sundarbans, Sompur Mahabhihara, Srimangal
Best time to go: October – March
Tour Availability: Year round / Any day start except Sunday
Next Scheduled Tour: Please Check Bellow
Visit Bangladesh’s most glorious sights and attractions, including all three UNESCO World Heritage Sites – Sundarbans mangrove forest, the historic 15th-century city of Bagerhat, and the massive 8th-century Buddhist monastery Somapura Mahavihara, with visiting the dilapidating Hindu temples of Puthia, spending three days at Srimangal – the tea capital of Bangladesh, a day tour to Sonargaon – the old capital of Bengal, and much more. You’ll get a taste of nature and wildlife at Sundarbans and Srimangal, combined with exploring some great archaeological sites and experiencing life in Bagerhat, Rajshahi, Sonargaon, and Dhaka.
Starting with visiting the megacity Dhaka, one of the most densely populated cities in the world full of activities and an excellent place for street photography, and an overnight journey on a traditional Bangladeshi passenger ferry, you’ll see the numerous archaeological mosques at Bagerhat, including the famous Sixty Dome Mosque, spend three days inside Sundarbans mangrove forest, and visit the dilapidating Hindu temples of Puthia built during the British colonial period in 18th & 19th century.
After that, see the 16th-century Kusumba Mosque, one of the two stone-built mosques in Bangladesh, and visit Somapura Mahavihara, the second largest Buddhist monastery south of the Himalayas from the 8th century, and a Santal tribal village en route to experience their lifestyle. Afterward, visit the largest bazaar in north-western Bangladesh, full of activities, and a sandbank island of river Brahmaputra to experience how people live in these small islands struggling with natural disasters.
Later spend three days enjoying the endless tea plantations, villages of different tribes, and the Lawachhara National Park in search of endangered Hoolock Gibbons in Srimangal, and a day in the old capital Sonargaon near Dhaka before returning home. The perfect tour to spend your two-week holiday in Bangladesh!
- Visit all 3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Bangladesh.
- Explore the largest mangrove forest on earth and a UNESCO World Heritage Site – Sundarbans, for three days.
- Visit the historical sites at Bagerhat, a UNESCO World Heritage City from the 15th century, including the Sixty Dome Mosque.
- Visit Somapura Mahavihara, the second largest Buddhist monastery south of the Himalayas from the 8th century, and another UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Visit beautiful archaeological temples, palaces, and mosques of Rajshahi from the medieval and British colonial periods.
- Visit the largest bazaar of north-western Bangladesh, full of activities and an excellent place for photography.
- Experience how people live on a sandbank island of river Brahmaputra and Meghna struggling with natural disasters.
- Visit villages of different tribes in Rajshahi and Srimangal and experience their lifestyle.
- Explore the endless tea plantations of Srimangal for three days.
- Trek inside Lawachhara National Park in Srimangal, searching for the endangered Hoolock Gibbons.
- Explore life and sights in megacity Dhaka, including a boat ride on the busy Buriganga river during the sunset.
- Visit an entirely abandoned city of the Hindu cotton merchants from the early 19th century.
A map of 14 days Glories of Bangladesh Tour with Nijhoom Tours to visit Bangladesh’s most glorious sights and attractions, including all three UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Itinerary of Glories of Bangladesh
Price of Glories of Bangladesh
- 4+ People Gruop: $2,170 US Per Person
- 2-3 People Group: Please contact us for the price
- Private Tour: Please contact us for the price
- Single Supplement: $230 US
Inclusions and Exclusions
- All airport transfers in Bangladesh.
- All internal flights.
- All accommodation in hotels and boat cabins as mentioned in the itinerary with complimentary breakfast on a twin sharing basis.
- $115 US per person forest permit fee for Sundarbans.
- All meals, drinking water, tea, and coffee while on the boat at Sundarbans for three days on day-4, 5, and 6.
- An air-conditioned car, driver, and an English-speaking guide.
- 1st class cabin on a traditional passenger ferry to Barisal/Hularhat on a twin-sharing basis.
- All boat rides.
- All entrance tickets.
- Before departure, take to the Covid-19 testing center in Dhaka to provide the sample and collect the report if necessary.
- All tips except our guide, driver, and boat crew in Sundarban.
Does not include:
- Any food or drinks other than mentioned above.
- $25 US fee for video camera in Sundarban (if any).
- Any personal item.
Departures and Availability
|Departure Dates||Total Places||Available Places||Early-Bird Discount|
|Feb 10-23, 2023||12||8+||Ended.|