Rowing to bring Bangladesh forward..
Bangladesh the land of river still now virgin & bounty of unspoiled nature. Bangladesh is blessed with some of the world's splendid and enchanting eco-tourism spots of diverse nature- the Sundarbans forest- the home of Royal Bengal Tiger stands as the largest mangrove forest of the world with wide range of wildlife habitat and world heritage area. The achaeological wonder of Mohasthangarh, the biggest Buddhist monastery of Paharpur and the Gombudh Mosque, the other world heritage area along with the world's longest unbroken sandy sea beach at Cox's Bazar, the tranquil coastal islands like St. Martin, Moheskhali, Cheradeep, Sonadia, Kuakata, Kutubdia, the largest tea garden at Srimongal, the enchanting tribal life of Chittagong hill districts of Rangamati, Badarban, Khagrachary on the slope of luminous valleys covered with the virgin forest and the magnificent lake of Kaptai, Rangamati constitute the most attractive destination of the New Millenium. As such Bangladesh is considered as one of the most potential country for ecotourism among the South Asian countries. Bangladesh has the exciting virgin land, most friendly and hospitable people rich cultureal heritage. Gungchil Tourism takes pride to take away most of her amazing beauty spot.
Tour to the city both present & past
Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh was founded in 1608 and intersected by the river Buriganga. It is a sprawling and bustling metropolitan city with rich cultural heritage. The city enjoyed the glory of being the capital of the region when it was successively under the Mughals and the British rule. Places of tourist attraction in Dhaka city are as follows:-Sadarghat waterfront, PinkPalaces (Ahsan Manzi!), Lalbag Fort, Carzon Hall, Armenian Church, Dhakeswari Temple, Central Shahid Minar, National Museum,etc.
MOHASTANGARH & PAHARPUR
Mohastangarh is invariably an ancient fortified city acclaimed to be the oldest settlement and the most prominent archaeological site of Bangladesh. Another one is Paharpur the biggest Buddhist monastery in the south of the Himalaya having gigantic pyramidal temple with 177 monastic cells and numerous votive stupas lies at pahar pur in Naogaon district and is now a ,vorld heritage site.
Cox's Bazar / St-Martin / Kuakata
Beach Holiday & Coral Island tour
Cox's Bazar is located on the South East part of Bangladesh. Having the world's longest unbroken beach, sloping gently down to the blue raters of the Bay of Bengal against the picturesque background of a chain of hills covered with deep green forests. The area has the influence of the rakhaine tribes and there are many buddhist temples and pagodas. The fish market with variety of sea fish. rare conch shell. the colorful and unique culture & costume of the Rakhaine is a matter of attraction. Saint martin's Island from Tecknaf around two and half hour boat ride away is the only living coral Island in Bangladesh. Kuakata is another unique beach destination from 'here both sunrise & sunset can be enjoyed.
Hills & Tribal tour
The hill tracks comprises of three hill districts. The topography of the area is typical from rest of Bangladesh. the steep forested evergreen hills with the major tribal people and their different culture is of great attraction. The different tribes like the Chakma, Marma, Tanchanghya, Bom, Murang, Gorkha, etc. are spread over Rangamati, Bandarban and Khagrachari districts. Rangamati, the land of romance rises from the blue water of the Kaptai lake . A cruise in this famous manmade lake breath taking and the crystal clear water welcome you for a swim .The hill of Chimbuk in Bandarban is the highest accessible peak by road.
SYLHET & SRIMONGOL
Tea garden & Rain forest tour
Sylhet & Srimongol the land of two leaves and a bud, the major tea plantation area and the home of the Monipuri, Khasia and Garo tribal people. This is located in the gentle sloping upland in the picturesque valley between the Khasia-Jaintia and Tripura hills, amid scenic tea plantation and lush green tropical forest is a prime attraction. Sylhet one of the largest tea producing area in the world. The Monipuri tribes are famous for their Monipuri dance and weaving.
Nature & Wild life tour
The Sundarbans comprises of 10,000 sq- Km. of which 6000 sq.Km. is in Bangladesh. The area is divided into 55 forest compartments. Each has a land area of 40 to 160 sq.Km. and divided into several islands. The area is famous for its semi-aquatic tigers, greatly known as the Royal Bengal Tiger. In this forest there are around 350 Tigers. It has fair amount of spotted deer,wild boar, rhesus monkey, salt water crocodile, water monitor lizard, pythons etc. This most attractive wildlife sanctuary is only accessible by boat.
Kalacopa Heritage Village Tour
Day long tour
Nababganj is an unique upazilla of Dhaka which is only 25km. from City . It is a great place of religious harmony. It is one of those places where Muslim, Hindu, & Christian people live together where 'Ichamoti'. River is the lifeline of this locality.
"Kolakopa" is a small village on river Ichamoti of Nababganj Upazilla which was most famous. as a business hub in past. In Kolakopa there are many old Hindu houses, old Bazar, old school etc. Some of those are Aanondo Kuthir, Babu Radha Ramon Roy's House, Ukil Bad , Brojo Niketon (Judge Bad), Pattan Da'r Kuthir, Rajkuthir, Loknath Saha-Teli Bad, Khelaram Daata'r Kotha (Most significant), Nabo Kuthir, Goura Niketon, Goura Chandra Roy's House, Madhobaloy, Podder Bad, Paina Bad, Mohon Goya Nath Saha's House, & Kokil Peri School's Main Building etc.
Khelaram Daata'r Kotha was a Bigraha Mandir. It is the oldest structure of this locality which is locally called "Andhar Kutha" (Dark Temple" where no lights works at all. Local people tell many stories regarding this and temple and also Khelaramdata who was a robber like Robinhood but addressed as a great donner in local. He build a great example of mother honored & love.
This unique structure consisting Eight (08) Bangla Rooms & a central Temple on a single Base which also consisting several rooms. Only this structure is under Department of Archaeology and recently they have restored it. There is a large pond in front of it.
Tangail Craftsman Village tour
Might 2 Days
Tangail is a city with unique traditions around textiles, food and music and unseen beauties of Bangladesh. Tangail is located 100 km from Dhaka city and is located on the banks of Louhajang River.
Here the multi-dimensional activities of Ubinig can be seen, starting with the the traditional seed keeping system, get a feel for a Bangladesh village and will experience how the people here manufacture mustard oil with traditional "Ghani"; Break rice with a husking-pedal [dheki] with their feet; Make puffed rice [muri] by throwing grains of rice into a pot of heated sand; Compose fertilizer, etc. Mutt khai and other products made from rice are traditionally very popular and are used in a wide variety of secular and religious occasions.
One can visit Kartik Bashak- the master Jacquard artisan and also can be watch the design patterns for Jacquard being made through a process of punching cards. Here it is possible to observe the generational activities of the handloom reed makers. Some of the last traditional reed makers left in the country. After the day dusk will be come through a cultural programme performed by local farmers and weavers and their unique pattern of music. It is also possible to purchase directly from the weavers and makers of these unique handlooms cloths and sarees which will be a wonderful experience.
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