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1ST DAY DHAKA:
Departure at……..hrs. From Salt Lake Karunamoyee International Bus terminus by SOUHARDYA A/C coach/ Maitri Exp. Departure from Kolkata station for Dhaka (Reporting time ……am). Arrival Dhaka at near about …………..hours and transfer to hotel (Lunch on the way, Dinner at hotel).
2ND DAY DHAKA:
After Breakfast depature for Dhaka sightseeing. We visit : Dhakeswari Mandir , Lal Bagh Kella, Sk.Mujibar Rahaman’s House, Parliament Building, Sahid Minar of 21st February; Dhaka University, Dhanmandi, Old Dhaka, Barodi ( Birth place of Lokenath Baba)etc. (Lunch on the way, Dinner at hotel) and night stay.
3RD DAY COXBAZAR:
After breakfast departure from Dhaka by coach /Maxi cub Arrival Coxbazar at after noon and check-in to hotel evening free. (lunch on the way, Dinner at hotel / restaurant) and night stay.
4TH DAY COXBAZAR:
At early morning departure for Saint Martine by ship(day return journey). After that back to Coxbazar. Evening is free for personal activities.
5TH DAY RANGAMATI:
After breakfast proceed to Rangamati, arrival Rangamati at Evening and transfer to hotel and night stay.
6TH DAY CHATTAGRAM:
After breakfast visit Rangamati lake, Subhalong waterfalls and others. After lunch proceed to Chattagram at afternoon and transfer to hotel. Evening free for personal activities night stay at hotel.
7TH DAY DHAKA:
After breakfast visit Chattagram city tour, Patanga lake, and Sea beach. After lunch proceed to Dhaka, arrival at evening and transfer to hotel and night stay.
8TH DAY DHAKA:
Full day free for personal activities. Night stay at hotel.
9TH DAY BUS/TRAIN :
After breakfast depature for Kolkata by Car/ Bus. Arrival Kolkata at evening.
About the Place
Bangladesh, east of India on the Bay of Bengal, is South Asian country of lush greenery and many waterways. Its Padma (Ganges), Meghna and Jamuna rivers create fertile alluvial plains, and travel by boat is common. On the southern coast, the Sundarbans, an enormous mangrove forest shared with India, are home to the Royal Bengal tiger.
Bangladesh, east of India on the Bay of Bengal, is South Asian country of lush greenery and many waterways.