These are some of the reviews in TripAdvisor from the clients of Nijhoom Tours, who have taken a 11 days Highlights of Bangladesh tour with us. Link of the original reviews could be found after each review. Read and be surprised!
11 days in beautiful Bangladesh
– Hilde Steen, Kristiansand, Norway
“I had an 11 day group tour with Nijhoom Tours. It was well organized, no time wasted, and great tour guides! I got to see a lot of what Bangladesh has to offer: from interesting buildings in Dhaka, river boat trips, train trips, tee plantation, and my absolute favorite – a 3 day trip in the Sundarbans!
It was all over a great experience, and a very interesting country to visit. May be specially because it is not the most typical country to visit. But I would recommend traveling to Bangladesh to any one. It has got culture, beautiful nature, and the nicest people you’ll ever meet!
And if you decide to go, I would absolutely recommend Nijhoom tours. They are very helpful before you arrive, so you can select the best route/program for yourself. And they have great tour guides and staffs that take good care of you. And they don’t waste your time, so you get to experience a lot on a short time, which I liked a lot, cause I didn’t have a lot of time!”
(Visited October 2015)
Fabulous choice for touring Bangladesh
– Svetlana Suslova, Moscow, Russia
“From the pre-tour communication with Hasan, to the tour itself led by Masbah, everything was very good! They were efficient and organized and I felt I could trust them.
Hasan designed very interesting itineraries for his tours and he helped me to choose the best one according to the length of my vacation (1.5 weeks long). He replied to my numerous questions very fast. He was very attentive to details.
And I joined the already scheduled tour. So I had a companion for the most part of my travel – a girl from Norway. It made my trip cheaper a little bit. And it was a good luck to meet such a nice companion as she was (its always a real pleasure to meet wonderful people when you are a solo-traveler and when being so far from your home and family).
Our guide Masbah had a huge amount of information for us everywhere we went. We had such a great adventure getting glimpses into villages, and towns, and jungles. Masbah was very friendly and cheerful and always seemed to be in a good mood for us and always was thinking of how to make our staying joyful at every moment. Its not easy and Its a very professional attitude to work! And what is also important he is a very knowledgeable and intelligent person. So it was not difficult to find interesting topics to discuss with him and Hilde even with my non-fluent English.
Other people from Nijhoom team was very nice too. Arafat in Srimangal. Liton in Dhaka… Ali and the crew of the boat… My best wishes to all of them.
So I had an experience of coming by steamer, by train and had nights on the boat. It often occurs that in tours you have to get up very early and pack and unpack your bag almost every day. But I think during vacations it’s essential to have sometimes time to sleep much and not to be in a hurry, just relax as we did on the boat and in Srimangal.
It may not be easy to travel in Bangladesh: sometimes there are too many crowds, too many traffic jams, too much noise.. Trains and hotels may not be perfectly comfortable.. But anyway the overall impression of my holidays is wonderful. And I would not hesitate to recommend Nijhoom Tours to anyone considering travel to South Asia in general and to Bangladesh in particular.”
(Visited October 2015)
Have you ever visited Bangladesh? How fascinating have you found the country? Share your experience with the fellow travelers in comments, so that they can have a real insight about the country, and more people get encouraged to visit the least traveled destination in the world.
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