Rowing to bring Bangladesh forward..

Country Profile

The largest riverine delta of the world which raises from the Bay of Bengal and goes up to the footstep of the mighty Himalayas. Bangladesh is blessed with some of the world's splendid and enchanting eco-tourism spots of divers nature-The Sundarbans forest home of the Royal Bengal Tiger stands as the largest mangrove forest of the world. The other world heritage area along with the world's longest unbroken sandy beach at Cox's Bazar, Coral Island St.martin, unique beach Kuakata, varity of luminous green valley covered with tender tea garden at Srimongal, Paharpur-single largest Buddhist monastery in the world, combinations of hills, lake tribal life at Rangamati, kaptai and Bandarban constitute the most attractive destination of the holiday makers. Visit Bangladesh and unveil the unique beauty of the country.

Where it is ?

Bangladesh is situated on the north-eastern side of the south Asia Subcontinent which is easily axcessable by air from any destination of the world. It is surrounded by India on the West, North & East. To the south it has Bay of Bengal. In the Southeastern corner it has a common border with Myanmer. On the north of bangladesh lies Nepal, Sikkim & Bhutan and to their north sprawls vast territory of Tibet & China.

Clients’ Quotes

  • What an awesome trip! We cannot put in words how much we loved our almost 2 1/2-week journey; the people, the service, the hotels, the guides, the drivers, the food, the culture, the tradition, the religions, every aspect of the trip was beyond our expectations

  • 5 stars without question. The services provided by our travel agent were wonderful. We especially appreciated the planning and preparation, but we also think the punctuality of the travel providers, the overall knowledge of guides, and quality of the lodging and tours are worthy of praise.

  • Our trip was incredible. We were met by a representative at each place we visited and were taken to our hotel.....from hotel to the airport, etc. We did want to see as much as we could, within reason and thus moved around a lot.

    MD. A K Kabir

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