Arts and Culture Holiday

Nice culture of Bangladesh!

  • Start: Dhaka
  • Destination: Rangpur, Kurigram, Lalmonirhat
  • Duration: 7 Days and 6 Nights
  • Attractions: Local culture, Rural life, Archaeology, Landscape
  • Availability: Everyday except Sunday
  • Best Time: October to March
  • Transport: Air-conditioned Car, Train, Country Boat, Tuk-tuk, Rickshaw
  • Activity: Walking
  • Guide Language: English
  • End: Dhaka

Price: From $650 USD (৳52,000 BDT) per person BOOK NOW

Bangladesh is country which is a melting pot of races. Therefore, it has a mixed and contaminated culture. Bangladeshi culture is influenced by three great religions- Buddhism, Hinduism and Islam in successive order, with Islam having the most pervading and lasting impact. Like a colorful montage, the cultural tradition of our country is a happy blending of many variants, unique in diversity but in essence greatly symmetrical.

This tour is specially designed for those adventurous travelers or photographers who are keenly interested in exploring the extremely rural area along with their tradition, culture and daily life activities. There are many ways to know a country with its indigenous custom, land and livelihood. Particularly north Bengal region of Bangladesh is one of the poorest parts of Bangladesh; here you can notice some visible effects of poverty: malnutrition, ill health, poor housing conditions, illiteracy, and the effects of natural disaster - mainly flood and drought. Spending couple of days in this area and interacting with local people will surely refresh your views and mind about Bangladesh.

    Explore rural life activities and livelihood of villagers
    Visit some agricultural farms; see how they produce food and other crops
    Visit some elementary schools for disadvantage children’s
    Visit some Chars (Sandbank islands that isolated from mainland created from river sedimentation)
    Visit some village market (Bazaar)
    Boat rides on Brahmaputra river
    Enjoy a Lunch with host family in the village
    Visit an Enclave and Indian Boarder
    Visit very first mosque built in Bangladesh
    Visit a legendary pond dug in ancient time
    Visit most beautiful terracotta Kantajew Temple
    Visit most stunning Tajhat Landlord Palace
    Enjoy a unique experience beyond your expectation.
2 Pax $850 USD (৳68,000 BDT) per person
3 Pax $750 USD (৳60,000 BDT) per person
4 Pax $700 USD (৳56,000 BDT) per person
5 Pax $650 USD (৳52,000 BDT) per person

Students, Tourists on a budget, Backpackers and Groups – please ask for me for a price!

Day One (Arrival, Roaming Around Nearby)

A guide will welcome you and pick you up from inside the airport with a sign that has your name to receive you and transfer you to your hotel.
Roam around nearby with our guide and if you need to buy anything get that stuff.
Overnight at Dhaka (Richmond Hotel & Suites / Holiday Xpress)

Day Two (Dhaka-Rangpur, Roaming around in Downtown)

Pick up from your Hotel at 09:00 AM! Drive to the Airport Railway Station, board to the train (Rangpur Express) and start you journey at 09:32 AM.
On the way you will see vast vegetation beauty in the countryside, different types of harvest fields, a lot of mango orchards, litchi orchards and other orchards as well and you will see 6th longest bridge in South Asia (Bangabandhu Bridge) which is 4.63 km long, and you will notice many local people and their daily life activities.
Arrive at Rangpur railway station around 07:00 PM, transfer you to your hotel, upon arrival, check-in, freshen up, and take your dinner. Roam around nearby in downtown.
Overnight at Rangpur (Hotel North View or CASPIA the Home)

Day Three (Explore Extremely Rural Life on the Bank of Brahmaputra River)

Kurigram is the place which is defined more by its rivers than its land so boat journeys here reveal a shifting landscape of sandbars and river channels. This is a fascinating exploration to experience the stunning natural scenery and extremely rural villages.
We take wooden motorized boat from Chilmari to visit some Chars (sandbank islands that isolated from mainland created from river sedimentation) and isolated area in Kurigram district along the Brahmaputra river very close to the Indian border and see how the river erosion, floods and other natural disaster affects local people's life.
Overnight at Kurigram

Day Four (Taste Local Hospitality and Meet Some Great People)

Our expedition continues to discover some archaeological sites including Chandamari mosque (built in 16th century), Rajarhat Shahi Mosque (built in 18th century), Nidariya mosque (built in AH 1176, 1755 AD), Harano Masjid (Lost Mosque) built in 69 Hijri of Arabic calendar (690 AD) during the presidency of "Abd al-Malik ibn Marwan", who was the 5th caliph of Umayyad Caliphate. Many historians and Islamic scholars believe this mosque is the first mosque built in Bangladesh and one of the oldest mosques in South Asia. During the excavation archaeologists found one floral motif that clearly mentioned this mosque was built in AH 69. Many Islamic Scholars says this mosque could have built by Sa`d ibn Abi Waqqas (R), who was the seventeenth person to embrace Islam when he accepted Islam at only seventeen years old.
Enjoy Lunch with a local host family in the village. Spend sometimes with them and observe their daily life very closely.
Visit Sindurmoti Dighi (A legendary pond dug in ancient time)
Visit at least one local Bazaar in the evening (village market) and drive to Lalmonirhat
Overnight at Lalmonirhat

Day Five (Visit an Enclave and Indian Boarder)

Drive to Fulbari for an hour and explore Enclave people’s life style
Visit a river island to discover poor villagers’ day life activities and their culture and tradition.
Lunch in a local restaurant (taste authentic Bangladeshi traditional local dishes)
Visit some agricultural farms; see how they produce food and other crops
Visit a village school and meet with students and teacher. Have a look their teaching style and interact with the students. Drive to Rangpur.
Overnight at Rangpur (Hotel North View or CASPIA the Home)

Day Six (Tajhat Place, Kantajew Temple)

Visit Tajhat Palace (Tajhat Rajbari), this is a historic place and one of the finest Rajbaris in Bangladesh situated built in the 19th century by the feudal landlord Manna Lal Ray and located in the northern part of our country. Manna Lal Ray was a jeweler who was forced to emigrate from Punjab. Local peoples believe there is ample treasure hidden in the palace walls. Now the palace is Rangpur Museum, where you can see terracotta artifacts, Sanskrit and Arabic manuscripts, black basalt stone carvings that depict the story of Hinduism.
Visit Kantajew Temple, the most beautiful and stunning terracotta Hindu temple in Bangladesh. It gained distinction as an outstanding monument in Bangladesh for its fabulous terracotta embellishment. The Maharaja Pran Nath of Dinajpur began its construction around 1722. This temple is called Nava-Ratna or (nine-spired) Hindu temple, but unfortunately all nine spires were destroyed by a devastating earthquake in 1897. Every inch of the temple is decorated with beautiful plaques describing the epic story of Hinduism.
Drive to Saidpur Airport to catch the flight for Dhaka around 4:30 pm.
We arrive in Dhaka near 5:30 PM; transfer you to your hotel
Overnight at Dhaka (Richmond Hotel & Suites / Holiday Xpress)

Day Seven(Departure and Goodbye)

Pick you up from your hotel, transfer you to the airport according to your flight schedule and say goodbye.
End the Thrilling Sundarban Excursion Tour.

Air conditioned vehicles with driver
Professional English Speaking Guide
All entrance tickets
All necessary permission fees
06 nights’ accommodation on twin sharing basis.
Transportation (Train, Car, Tuk-tuk, Rickshaw, Country Boat, Flight)
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
All boat rides!
Flight back to Dhaka
All tips except our guide and drivers

Personal items

This tour is possible to start every day except Sunday throughout the year.
Regarding train ticket, we must try to get AC 1st class seats if not available then 2nd class, the difference between 1st class and 2nd class is AC (air-conditioning only in 1st class)
Train can be delayed sometime as it is common in Bangladesh.
There is no luxurious hotel in Kurigram & Lalmonirhat, what we have chosen for you is the best available hotel in this area (basic facilities only!)
To enter the mosque please wear long, shorts are not allowed by authority to enter the mosque, women should wear scarf to cover their head while entering mosque.
For single supplement additional $100 USD (৳8,000 BDT) required.
Since local people don’t see many foreign tourists they might be a bit curious but are very friendly and cooperative peoples. Please be polite to the local people.
Please be respectful of Bangladeshi culture and tradition because you may encounter situations different from your own tradition and culture.
Be prepared to face some traffic congestion on the highway.
The itinerary is flexible and can be changed according to your reasonable request.
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