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					TOUR NO 1: ( Eight days)
Maximum Capacity: Five persons only

ITINERARY # 01

Summary: An interesting tour focusing on probably the most interesting and least visited part of the
country , the Chittagong Hilltracts. Here you will experience the culture and lifestyle of the hidden
indigenous people living there. This tour gives you an unique insight into the diverse cultures of the
Chittagong Hil Tracts

ACTIVITIES & HIGHLIGHTS
You'll stay at quaint Eco-cottages, enjoy river cruise, easy treks, handicraft shopping (or perhaps learning),
bird watching, sightseeing, photography and most of all -- absorbing the pristine atmosphere . Highlights
include indigenous cultures, village-based education projects, tribal crafts including textiles, Buddhist
Kiyang and more.

DAY 1: Mon 24 Jan 2011 Arrive Chittagong - Rangamati Revealed
We greet you at Chittagong airport with flowers & traditional sweets than you'll drive to the foothills to
Rangamati, the ‘capitol’ of the hilltracts on the Kaptai lake. After hotel check-in, you may check out
Buddhist shrines or monasteries, loiter in the local market and window shop at it’s local handicraft shops
and such-like if time permits. Overnight at the Hotel Parjatan, Rangamati.(L/D)

DAY 2: Tue 25 Jan 2011 Crusing Kaptai Lake, Market day
After breakfast we take a cruise by wooden boat on the Kaptai lake. Travel through the gorge to see
Subalong and visit some tribal families on the islands where you can see them making Handloom fabrics.
Lunch at "PEDA TING TING' an island restaurant run by the indigenous Chakma people. You return to
Rangamati in the late afternoon to be able to meet local people. Overnight at the Hotel Parjatan,
Rangamati. (B/L/D)

DAY 3: Wed 26 Jan 2011 Rangamati to Rustic Ruma
In the morning drive through the Burmese foothills to Ruma via Bandarban, the last part a bit jostling on
a smaller hilly road ,arrive Ruma Ghat here we have tea before boarding a small traditional wooden boat
that will take us down the Sangu river to Ruma. At this time of year there will be very little water. This is a
very small, interesting and 'relatively' important riverside market inhabited by Bawm tribal people. In
Ruma we’ll stay at Laimi Resort run by Bawm tribal people. (B/L/D)

Day 4: Thu 27 Jan 2011 Explore Ruma & surroundings
Ruma is quite interesting and a great place to walk in the hills or along the river bank. Today is weekly
market day, you’ll be able to see different tribal peoples arriving to trade for essentials,All day to relax and
fully take in the friendly culture and open lifestyle of these remote hilly peoples. See (or join in with) Jhoom
agriculture, hand rice husking, basket weaving or other self-sufficient activities.Bawms are hospitable
people and we'll have time to meet, and interact with some of them. They make nice blankets and other
traditional handicrafts. You’ll watch the sun set over the hills while chatting (and sipping home-brew) with
your local hosts. Spend the evening checking out the tiny market . (B/L/D)

Day 5: Fri 28 Jan 2011 Ruma to Bandarban
Taking leave of your new hilly friends, you'll cruise slowly downstream to Bandarban while enjoying along
the way the pristine hilltract scenery and amicable natives. In Bandarban you’ll explore some Buddhist
hilltop Jadi and Stupas, wander through or loiter around the one road bazaar, meeting local people and
sampling the local rice wine or visiting the elderly Bohmong tribal king. Overnight at the hillside Eco-lodge
with great views of the Sangu river. Bandarban. (B/L/D)

Day 6: Sat 29 Jan 2011 Bandarban to Lainkalangpara, Mru Tribal People
This morning is a weekly market day, you’ll be able to see some of the 12 different tribal peoples arriving
to trade for essentials. After visiting local tribal institute you take a scenic drive up to Lainkalangpara, This
is a very tiny but interesting tribal bazaar on the Matamuri river. From here it is an easy walk to an interior
Mru tribal village. Here you settle down to fully enjoy and experience firsthand the unique, self-sufficient
Mru culture. Meet the Karbari (Headman) Overnight at local rest house (B/L/D)

DAY 7: Sun 30 Jan 2011 Mru and Tripura Village Experience
We spend the day among the Mru, who are perhaps some of the most exotic and easy-going, friendly
people in the region. You take an easy forest walk to explore the local flora and fauna, halting at a few
other villages to see their traditional agriculture, handicrafts of weaving, basketry, gourd making, etc. In
the evening you'll enjoy a Mru party with youths singing, story telling, and playing their unique bamboo &
gourd bagpipe-like flutes. Overnight at Local rest house (B/L/D)

DAY 8: Mon 31 Jan 2011 Lainkalangpara to Chittagong
Early morning you take leave your Mru host and drive to Chittagong which was home to the largest
population of British in Bengal next to Kolkata (Calcutta) during the colonial times.Visit to the ship breaking
yards where large ships are scrapped by hundreds of men by hand (lots of them), the recycling of gigantic
ships by hand, a truly awesome sight! and also visit some recycling shop. In the late afternoon we drop you
to airport to fly back to Dhaka. (B/L)

Tour Price/Tour 1: ( Per Person)

2person traveling : USD 895/-
3-5 Person : USD 750/-
Supplement for Single room: USD 25/- per day
This tour can have maximum 5 persons.

Price includes the followings:

1. Hotel Accommodation (Twin Sharing)
2. All Meals (Breakfast. Lunch & Dinner) and mineral water everyday
3. Transport including fuel and driver
4. English speaking Tour guide
5. All Permits, entry fees and Documentations

Not Included (Domestic flights)

1 Dhaka to Chittagong (Fare US$ 95/-per person)
2.Chittagong to Dhaka (Fare US$ 95/-per person)
Tour No:2 ( six days)
Maximum Capacity: no limit.

ITINERARY # 02

Summary: An interesting tour focusing on the Srimongal, the tea capital of Bangladesh and Sundarban, the
largest mangrove forest. Here you will experience the culture and lifestyle of the local people living there.
This tour gives you an unique insight into the diverse cultures both past and present.

DAY 01: Mon 24 Jan 2011 Dhaka to Srimongal
In the morning you'll be transfer to railway station to board train for Srimongal, the tea capital of
Bangladesh. On the way you'll see the beautiful country-side and the agricultural fields. You’ll also see tea
estates all along the road on both sides, In the late afternoon visit the "Monipuri" tribal people to see
their lifestyle, Overnight at Nishorgo Eco Lodge (L/D)

DAY 02: Tue 25 Jan 2011 Srimongal, the tea capital of Bangaldesh
Today visit the dense Lowacheera Forest Reserve to see the flora & fauna, This hilly area is one of the
most picturesque parts of the country, After lunch we take a boat trip in Bikka Beel (Wet land Sanctuary) to
observe and photograph many birds. Overnight at Nishorgo Eco Lodge (B/L/D)

DAY 03: Wed 26 Jan 2011 Srimongal to Dhaka, Rocket Journey
After breakfast catch train for Dhaka and get an opportunity to observe the rural countryside from relative
comfort, After arriving Dhaka transfer old city Sadarghat to board the Paddle ship 'Rocket' to Mongla. This
is one of the oldest 'Colonial-style' paddle ships still in operation in Asia. Overnight in a first-class air
conditioned cabin (B/L/D)

DAY 04: Thu 27 Jan 2011 River Cruising, Mongla
Today you'll enjoy a unique experience cruising through the planet's largest delta and enjoying the
riverside village life of Bangladesh. This is one of the finest introductions to this delta country. Bangladesh
has over six hundred rivers and may be the planet’s largest delta. You’ll cruise through the confluence of
the Padma (Ganges) and Brahmaputra rivers which contains more water than all of the rivers in Europe
together. In the evening you arrive in Mongla and transfer you to the Pasur Hotel for dinner and
overnight. (B/L/D)

DAY 05: Fri 28 Jan 2011 Sundarbans Cruise, Mongla
After breakfast you'll spend the day cruising in the Sundarbans. This is the planet's largest mangrove forest,
the home of the Royal Bengal Tiger and many other mammals and birds. You will be able to go ashore at
some point to walk through and experience the forest first-hand. does an optional mud-bath sound
interesting? You cruise both the larger rivers and are able to enter smaller canals to get wonderful views
and photographs. You will return in the evening to Mongla for dinner. (B/L/D)

DAY 06: Sat 29 Jan 2011 Bangladesh Archeology, Bagerhat
This morning you will drive to Bagerhat where you'll see some of the more ancient terra-cotta buildings in
the country and the famous 60-domed mosque and perhaps visit a small village on the way. There is no
stone in Bangladesh, but plenty of fine earth, and this led to the construction of some of the finest
examples of terra-cotta buildings in the world. In the late afternoon drive to Jessore to fly back to Dhaka
(B/L)

Tour Price/Tour 2: ( Per Person)

2person travelling : USD 670/-
3-5 Person : USD 560/-
6-9 Person: USD 460/-
Supplement for Single room: USD 25/- per day

Price includes the followings:

1. Hotel Accommodation (Twin Sharing)
2. All Meals (Breakfast. Lunch & Dinner) and mineral water everyday
3.All train tickets and Cruise ticket (Dhaka-Mongla for Tour # 02)
4. Transport including fuel and driver
5. English speaking Tour guide
6. All Permits, entry fees and Documentations

Not Included (Domestic flights)

Jessore to Dhaka (Fare US$ 80/-per person)




TOUR NO:3( Five days)
Maximum Capacity: no limit.

ITINERARY 03

DAY 01: Mon 24 Jan 2011 Dhaka to Cox's Bazar
We greet you at Cox's Bazar, the beach resort of Bangladesh and world's longest unbroken sea beach.
You'll drive to Ramu, the ancient Rakhaine capital city, the beautiful wooden Bara Khyang in Lamapara.,
Late afternoon spend time in the beach to enjoy the sunset or just relax. Overnight at Sayemen Hotel
(L/D)

DAY 02:Tue 25 Jan 2011 Moheshkhali Island
After having breakfast it’s a short boat ride to Maheskhali island. There we’ll visit the historical Hindu Kali
temple on a hilltop. This is a small, but one of the more important pilgrimage sites in the subcontinent.
Then we’ll visit a colorful Buddhist temple of the Rakhaine community, in front of which there are many
hand-loom cloths available made by the Rakhaine women. Nearby are their husbands and sons working as
silver and goldsmiths. We'll be back in Cox's Bazar for more sun and fun on the beach and Bazar. Overnight
at hotel Sayemen (B/L/D)

DAY 03: Wed 26 Jan 2011 Cox's Bazar to Bandarban
Morning you'll visit "Maach Bazar" one of the biggest fish market of Bangladesh, you will be amazed to
see the huge varieties of fish, then drive to north along the Arakan highway and into the hills to a small
tribal market town of Bandarban. After hotel check-in, you’ll explore Buddhist temples and Stupas, wander
through or loiter around the one road bazaar or take a walk in the hills. Overnight at the hillside Eco-lodge
(Hillside resort) with great views of the Sangu river. Bandarban. (B/L/D)

DAY 04: Thu 27 Jan 201 Discovering Bandarban
Today you'll take a cruise up the Sangu River in a small wooden country boat to see one or two Marma
tribal villages. After lunch, you’ll visit the tribal cultural institute, hilltop Stupa. Evening pastimes may
include a stroll along the river bank, tea shop crawling, meeting local people and sampling the local rice
wine or visiting the elderly Bohmong tribal king. Overnight at the hillside Eco-lodge (Hillside resort) (B/L/D)

DAY 05: Fri 28 Jan 2011 Bandarban to Dhaka
In the morning you'll drive back to Chittagong. It was home to the largest population of British in Bengal
next to Kolkata (Calcutta) during the colonial times. Places of interest are the Ethnological museums,
Second World War memorial, Bayazid Bostami Shrine etc. After lunch catch train to return back to Dhaka..
(B/L)

Tour Price/Tour3: ( Per Person)
      2person travelling : USD 560/-
      3-5 Person : USD 470/-
      6-9 Person: USD 380/-
      Supplement for Single room: USD 25/- per day

Price includes the followings:

1. Hotel Accommodation (Twin Sharing)
2. All Meals (Breakfast. Lunch & Dinner) and mineral water everyday
3. Transport including fuel and driver
4. English speaking Tour guide
5. All Permits, entry fees and Documentations
6. Rail fare to Dhaka

Not Included (Domestic flights)
Dhaka to Cox's Bazar (Fare US$ 115/-per person)




HALF DAY DHAKA TOUR: ( DESCRIPTIONS)
Maximum Capacity: no limit.

Today we take a historical tour of old Dhaka city including Sakhari
Bazaar (ancient craftsmen), Lal Bagh (Moghal Fort), Ahsan Manzil (the
Pink Palace) Liberation war museum etc. Dhaka is the Rickshaw capital
of the world.
Later visit the National Assembly Building of the
Bangladesh Parliament, designed by the Louis Kahn, the
great American artist and architect who built some of the most
amazing buildings of the world. He developed what is called a
"classically romantic" style, in which functional areas such as
stairwells and air ducts feature prominently.
PRICES: ( INCLUDES AC TRANSPORT & GUIDING +ENTRANCES)
Price:
2 -5 person: USD 60/- per person
6-9 person: USD 45/- per person
10 and above: USD 35/- per person




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