Bangladesh is a land of unbounded natural beauty, a huge continent full of contrasts; ancient tropical forests, coral reefs, beautiful off-shore islands, and an arid Green Field interior. No single country can match Bangladesh's natural variety, its abundance of native flora and fauna, its spectacular national parks and its fascinating cultural history. Bangladesh's variety of wilderness habitats, and consciousness of its natural heritage, has led to the development of many superb national parks and wilderness lodges. From birds and mammals in the arid mangrove Forest , Rain Forest and Ever Green Field and rainforests, to stunning off-shore islands and a rich Aboriginal culture, we are confident that Bangladesh will captivate your imagination! Biggest mangrove forest, the Sundarbans (beautiful forest) - The home of the Royal Bengal Tiger. Its dense rain forests are criss-crossed by a network of rivers and creeks. One finds here tides flowing in 2 directions in The same creek and often tigers swimming across a river or huge crocodiles Basking in the sun. Other wildlife in this region is Birds, cheetahs, spotted deer's, Monkeys, pythons, wild bears and hyenas. The forest is accessible by river. Unspoiled nature with its entire treat for the lovers of nature.
" International flights in economy class on Qantas and British Airways.
" All Transfers as indicated by road and air.
" Guided activities as indicated.
" Mid-Size Hire Car
" All sightseeing as per the itinerary.
" All meals from lunch on Day01-Breakfast on Day16.
" Mineral water for drinking.
" All entry fees at places of visit.
" Regional flight in economy class (Air-ticket where applicable).
" Trip to the Sundarbans Forest by our Cruising Vessel.
" All necessary Forest Fees and permit.
" Armed Forest Guard during the Sundarbans trip.
" All Accommodation throughout in twin/double rooms.
" All Govt taxes, Vat, etc.
This does not include:
" Hard Drinks Please Bring your Hard Drinks as Possible as much if extra after tour we purchase from you Because of Rate is High.
" Items of persinal nature.
" Any International departure tax.
" Item(s) not included in the above list.
"Travel insurance (optional).
" Items of a personal nature and tips.
Days 2-8 Sundarbans "The Mangrove Forest" Home of Royal Bangal Tiger"
The Sundarbans, covering an area of 5770 sq. km of land and water, is the largest mangrove forest in the world, which has protected Bengal Tigers from natural disasters. Crocodiles, deers, wild boars, otters, over 260 species of birds, etc., are also found in this forest, besides being the habitat of the Royal Bengal Tigers. An expression "brave Bengalee" symbolized the history of people who have cultivated and developed the land confronting the danger of tigers. Some people still work in the jungle without fear of tiger, to seek natural blessings such as honey, fish, and timbers. You may be able to see them in dry season. Trip to the Sundarbans by boat, enjoying with your friends is surely the best thing to do in Bangladesh. The forest is declared a World Heritage Site.
Days 9 to 15 Sylhet & Srimongol Rain Forest/A walk in tea estates and natural forests/
Sylhet and Srimangal were parts of Assam, a tea producing region of India, and are well known for tasty tea. You may feel nostalgic seeing indigenous people working at tea estates. There are 160 major Tea Gardens in Bangladesh, and the majority of them belong to Srimongol. For miles and miles around, visitors can see the tea gardens spread like green carpets over the plain land or on sloping hills. The region has very high precipitation, and its rainforests are habitat of hanuman monkeys, other rare species of wild animals, and birds. Added attraction is the high percentage of tribal people belonging to the colorful Monipuri, Khasia, Garo, and Tippra tribes living in this region.
Near the Lawacherra Forest in Srimangal, the movie "Around the World in 80 Days" was shot.
Special Note: We can organize Monipuri cultural program during the trip to Srimongol, if there is a request by the guest(s).