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Bangladesh is a country with a great deal to offer. It's a land of enormous beauty, thousands of beautiful rivers, crystal clear water lakes surrounded by ever green hills, luxuriant tropical rain forests, beautiful cascades of green tea gardens, Sundarban - world's largest mangrove forest preserved as World Heritage, home of the Royal Bengal Tiger and the wild lives, warbling of birds in green trees, wind in the paddy fields, abundance of sunshine, world's longest natural sea beach – Cox’s Bazar , Srimongal – the tea capital of Bangladesh, rich cultural heritage, relics of ancient Buddhist civilizations and colorful tribal lives, - Bangladesh creates an unforgettable impression of a land of peace.
Travelers World - as a leading tour operator of Bangladesh – you will get the best tour packages and world class service only from us. Our services include package trips to many exciting and attractive destinations all over Bangladesh, logistical support for your travel needs as well as experienced guides. For your Bangladesh holidays please contact us. We like to request you to go through some of our recommended holiday packages :
    At the heart of Bangladesh is the mega capital city of Dhaka. It is has a long history. It was founded in 1608 AD. as the seat of the Mughal Viceroy of Bengal . Dhaka gained city status in 1947 when it was made the capital of East Pakistan . The importance of Dhaka increased after 1971, when it became the capital of independent Bangladesh . It bears an exciting history and rich culture. Known all over the world as the city of culture, Bazar, mosques, muslin and rickshaws.
Lalbag Fort :
Construction of the fort began 1677 under the auspices of Prince Mohammed Azam, third son of Aurangzeb, who then handed it over to Shaista khan for completion. Outstanding Mughal style architectural monuments are the mausoleum of Paribibi (Shaista khan's Daughter ) , Diwan( audience hall),Quilla Mosque and Hammam Khana( Bathing Place ).
Armenian Church:
The Armenian Church which was built in 1781 A.D. this is one of the churche of the city which still remains functional. The Armenian Church is comparatively smaller than the other present across the globe, but the beauty and the grandeur of the church is unmatched. The church is located in one of the narrow back streets of old Dhaka. The church draws a small yet enthusiastic crowd. The churches are a place to enjoy the tranquility of heaven amidst the hustles and bustles of the city. The church is the place which supports a small Christian community from the different countries. The original founders of the church, the Armenians were the one's dealing with Bengal's jute and leather trade. Presently they have almost vanished.
Star Mosque:
Zeminder Mirza Ghulam Pir built this mosque in the early 18th century. This most beautifully decorated mosque is situated at Mahuttuly west of Armanitola Govt. high School. This is a five dome mosque with hundreds of big and small twinkling stars as surface decoration. The stars have been created by setting pieces of chinaware on white cement. Seen from the front and from far it looks as if shining above the surface of the earth. The inside of it is even more beautiful that the outside, lovely mosaic floor and excellent tiles with many floral patterns set on the walls, are all in complete harmony.
Ahsan Manzil Museum / Pink Palace:
The pink Majestic Ahsan Manzil is situated on the bank of river Buriganga in Dhaka . It was the home of the Nawab of Dhaka. Nawab Abdul Ghani named Ahsan Manzil after his son Nawab Ahsanullah. It has 31 rooms with a huge dome atop. It now has 23 galleries displaying portraits, furniture and household articles and utensils used by the Nawab family.
Buriganga River, which literally means “old Ganges”, is the main river flowing in Dhaka. We arrange small country boat to get the real feelings of this boat trip. From your boat, you can see the Pink Palace (Ahsan Manzil) and all other activities of old Dhaka. Rowing down Buriganga River from Sadarghat, one of the most sublime experiences to experience in Dhaka, capital of Bangladesh.
Shakhari Bazar ( Hindu street ) :
It is situated in the old part of Dhaka city. Narrow lane and old buildings reflects the early age of old Dhaka . People here are expert of making 'SHAKHA' (Bangles from conch shell) and artisans are known as SHAKHARI. As per Hindu religion, married women are to wear conch shell bangles on both wrists.
Central Shaheed Minar :
Central Shahid Minar, Dhaka is one of the most important monuments of the city. The Central Shahid Minar, Dhaka has a very close association with the cultural history of the place. The Central Shahid Minar, Dhaka is one of the primary Dhaka Tourist Attractions an visited by thousands of tourists all round the year. The Central Shahid Minar,Dhaka has a very deep historical background and delineates the cultural heritage of the city. The Central Shahid Minar, Dhaka was built with the mission of remembering the martyrs of the Bengali Language movement which occurred in the year 1952. The history of the movement has a very significant place in the social and cultural mechanism of the country.
Sonargaon - The Old Capital of Bengal : -
About 29 km. from Dhaka is one of the oldest capitals of Bengal. Sonargaon was the capital of the ancient kingdom ruled by Isa Khan of Bengal. Bengal is now divided into West Bengal, which is a state in India and Eastern Bengal, which is the nation of Bangladesh. Today, old Sonargaon is home to some of the oldest buildings in Bangladesh. Sonargaon was known as “The City of Panam” and was a focal part of the renowned Deva Dynasty until the thirteenth century. Mainly middle or upper class people inhabited Sonargaon during that time period. Sonargaon is a wonderful city to visit, with so much to offer visitors if history and culture is what they enjoy.
Jamdani Village :
Roposhi village is well known as Jamdani village which is located on the bank of the river Sitalakhya. Most of the homes are engaged in weaving Jamdani saree scarf in handlooms. These expert weavers can create design from their mind while weaving. These instant creation does not require any mechanical technique.
Dhamrai - Crafts Man Village
Thirty five kilometer from Dhaka at Savar there lies, two traditional Craftsman villages, Dhamrai and Kakran. Dhamrai was famous for metalwork's with brass and people of Kakran used to be potters. But the introduction of durable and in some cases low cost substitutes for such metal and pot utensils have monopolized the whole market, pushing away the artisans to change their profession. Only a handful of families are still trying to stick to their old profession and mainly depending on the overseas orders.
National Memorial :
About 35 km. from Dhaka is the National Marty's monument at savar in the suburb of Dhaka city, built in the memory of the millions who died in the liberation war during 1971. It comprises an area of 126 acres of land with beautiful landscape. It's minar rises from a 130x130 high of 150 ft.


Srimongol The Tea Capital of Bangladesh :

Srimongal is known as the tea capital in Bangladesh . It is also called "The land of two leaves and a bud". Srimongal is famous for the largest tea gardens of world covered by lush green carpet. In Srimongol Rubber garden and the beautiful lakes always attract the foreign tourists. The Lauawachara rain forest is the habitat of white browed Gibbons,hornbills and many other rare animals and birds. You will be inspired to visit the colorful Manipuri tribal culture. Explore also Khashia and Tripra life style. The Madhobkhunda waterfall and the stone query from the hilly river at Jaflong (Bangladesh - India border) will be interesting for anyone. Srimongal is also famous for lemon, pineapple, orange and many other delicious fruits. The rain forest and wetlands of Srimongal and Sylhet are the best place for bird watching. Here you may find many species of local and migratory birds. With our Srimongol package we provide your transport ( air conditioned van / train ), full time English speaking guide, all meals and accommodation ( bungalow) inside tea garden.

Lawachora Rain Forest :

Lawacherra Rain Forest is one of the important & well-reserved forests in Bangladesh. Here visitor may see gibbons swing through the trees and birds like bee-eater owls parrot. It is a good habitant of Deer, leopard, wild chicken, squirrel, and python. Don't miss it especially if you are bird watcher. The terrain is hilly and vegetation is fairly thick.

Visit to a Tribal village :
  Khasia & Manipuri is two important ethnic-tribe live here. Manipuri is famous for its rich culture especially for dancing, singing. They are also famous for their traditional weaving. You can buy their handicrafts exquisitely woven woolen. Shawls, Sharee, Napkin, bed-cover and some should a bags. It is known as colorful community. Kasia tribe is famous for their betel leaf cultivation. They make their villages high on hilltop in deep forest and so far from town.
Madhobpur Lake – Bird Watch :
Madhabpur is a awesome tourist spot for all. Madhabpur is a lake which is around by small hill. You will get great feelings to plug the Blue Lotus (Neel Padmo). During winter seaon Madhopur Lake is one of the best place for bird watching. Here you may find many species of local and migratory birds.
Madhabkunda Waterfall :
Madhabkunda surrounded by lush tea estates and full of waters lilies is a unique one. Magurchara ruined gas & Oil reserved field, which was blasted while digging 3 years ago and was burning an 500-feet height for more than 3 months. A lot of burnt trees now carrying the symbols of digester. Ever where a lot of rubber & lemon plantation form a beautiful landscape. And you can have a visit to Madhobkundo water fall .

Sundarban is the world biggest mangrove forest. In Bangladesh tourism, Sundarban plays the most vital role. A large number of foreigners come to Bangladesh every year only to visit this unique mangrove forest. When one thinks about the king of jungle, the first thought that flashes in the mind is the majestic Royal Bengal Tiger. And the Sundarban is the only natural habitat of the king of kings – Royal Bengal tiger. Besides being a national park, the Sundarban is also a tiger reserve, UNESCO World Heritage Site, and a Biosphere Reserve. Sundarban is also the largest Mangrove forest in the world. The most unique feature of Sundarban is the combination of jungle and water.

Sundarban is famous for its Royal Bengal tiger. Apart from the great Royal Bengal tiger, the Sundarban is famous for its population of crocodiles. The dense forest of Sundarban is rich in flora and fauna. In fauna, the Sundarban is the proud habitat of Chital Deer, jungle cat, Rhesus Monkey, common grey mongoos, hundreds of varieties of fishes, small civet, red fiddler crab, little porpoise, hermit crab, Gangetic dolphin, fox, spotted deer, wild pig, flying fox, fishing cat, etc. In flora, the most magnificent is the flaming red leaves of Genwa, which gives a special look to the Sundarban forest. The other attractions include red blooms of Kankara, yellow blooms of Khalsi, Dhundal, Passur and many more. We offer guided tours for Sundarban as per your choice.

River Cruise – Rocket trip to Khulna :
Paddlers still exist in Bangladesh operated by Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Corporation on the famous "Rocket" service on the Buriganga River from Dhaka (Sadarghat Ferry terminal) to Khulna with ten intermediate stops, a distance of 354 kilometres. The journey time is approximately 30 hours but can vary enormously depending on the navigability of the river system at any given time. It is avery relaxing journey by ship, sit on the deck drinking cups of tea and snacking on curries as rural Bangladesh passes by. Pink river dolphins (shushuks) slip in and out of the water and the only sound is the rhythmic chug of the engine. Lunch, dinner breakfast serve in the central dining room. The feast of mutton curry, dal, rice and hilsha, the Bangladeshi river fish, is first class. This wounderful journey take around 30 hours each direction. Most tourist include Rocket journey in their Sundarban Safari package. River cruise – Rocket trip available to have glimpse of riverine Bangladesh.

Cox's Bazar is located at a distance of 152km south of Chittagong . It has a total area of 2260 sqkm. British captain Hiram Cox in 1799 defeated the Burmese king in a battle and set up a bazar (market) here which was named “Cox's Bazar” after him.

Cox's Bazar is called the Tourist Capital of Bangladesh. Having the world's longest unbroken sandy sea beach (120 km) sloping gently down to the blue water of the Bay of Bengal . It's golden sands, towering cliffs, surfing waves, rare conch shells, colorful pagodas and Buddhist temples against the picturesque background of a chain of forested hills with rich wildlife made this beach as one of the most attractive tourist spot in the world .


St. Martin Island:

St. Martin is the country's only coral island, named after a British Provincial Governor and called Narikel Jinjira (Coconut island) by the locals. It is one of the best places in Bangladesh . The island has two lagoons that support thick mangrove forests. A rocky platform surrounds the island and extends into the sea, the crystal clear water will allow you to see about 20 feet deep into the sea. Attractions are beaches around the island, crystal stones, coconut groves, sea crabs, turtle shells and pearls. About 2.5 hours journey by sea truck and ships from Teknaf and you can see Myanmar border on your way to St. Martin . Location of the hotels over looking the water is marvelous and every morning you'll wake up to a view of the sun rising over the mountains of Myanmar .

Maheskhali Island :
Some 6 km north-west of Cox's Bazar, Maheskhali island makes a pleasant day trip. Walking along the jetty into town, you'll see a hill to the north. This holy spot is the principal tourist attraction with a famus sputa on top. The climb takes only five minutes. From the top you can get a good view of most of the island. A few hundred meters away is Adinath a Shiv Mandir (ashram) dedicated to Shiva. It is a delightfully serene place set in a beautiful garden.
Teknaf :
Teknaf is 85km from Cox's Bazar by road and 120km by the beach along the sea. The Bangladesh – Myanmar border is formed here by the Naaf river. Teknaf a romantic old world border township in the southern tip of Bangladesh territory.
Chittagong Hill Tracts :
Chittagong Hill Tracts is divided into three districts, namely Rangamati, Khagrachari and Bandarban. Decidedly untypical of Bangladesh in topography and culture, the Chittagong Hill Tracts have steep jungle hills, Buddhist tribal peoples and relatively low density population. The tracts are about 60km (37mi) east of Chittagong. The region comprises a mass of hills, ravines and cliffs covered with dense jungle, bamboo, creepers and shrubs, and has four main valleys formed by the Karnapuli, Feni, Shangu and Matamuhur rivers.
Rangamati :
A lush and verdant rural area belonging to the Chakma tribe, is open to visitors, as is Kaptai Lake. The lake, ringed by thick tropical and semi-evergreen forests, looks like nothing else in Bangladesh. While the lake itself is beautiful, the thatched fishing villages located on the lakeshore are what make a visit really special. Boats that visit the villages leave from Rangamati. From Chittagong a 77 km. road amidst green fields and winding hills will take you to Rangamati, the headquarters of the Rangamati Hill District which is a wonderful repository of scenic splendours with flora and fauna of varied descriptions. It is also connected by water way from Kaptai.
Khagrachhari :
Is the natural wild beauty of Bangladesh. Here you can visit the tribal lifestyle of Chakmas’ in Khagrachari. You can also visit Alutila hill. Approximately 100 meters long a very dark Cave is the mysterious beauty of Alutila hill.
Bandarban :
Is a beautiful hilly area with many waterfalls, Rivers, Lakes and the tribal culture. You can go to Bandarban from Chittagong by road. Chimbuk hill is one of the major attractions of Bandarban. You can enjoy the journey to Chimbuk Hill by jig jag hilly roads. It’s the third highest mountain in Bangladesh of approx. 3000 ft height.
Tribal life :
The inhabitants of the Hill Tracts are mostly tribal. Life of the tribal people is extremely fascinating. Majority of them are Buddhists and the rest are Hindus, Christians and Animists. Despite the bondage of religion, elements of primitiveness is strongly displayed in their rites, rituals and everyday life. The tribal families are matriarchal. The women-folk are more hardworking than the males and they are the main productive force.