Bangladesh Tours and Trips to Bangladesh

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Old Dhaka Rickshaw Tour

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Total Dhaka Tour: Old Dhaka & Culture Vulture

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Dhaka After Dark

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Morning Markets Sightseeing Adventure

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Bangladesh Tour Reviews

5 - Excellent
Based on 5 customer reviews
Great Experience Reviewed Tour: Discover Bangladesh
4 - Very Good
“The time in Bangladesh was the best. It was a privilege to be one of only a few European tourists in the country. It was interesting but not intimidating to experience that our curiosity was reciprocated by the local people too. Great place and a great time to visit. If you like photographing people, this is a dream. Everyone seems to want their picture taken (check first) and they'll probably want to take your picture too.”
Discover Bangladesh Reviewed Tour: Discover Bangladesh
5 - Excellent
“An excellent balance of rural and urban experiences of Bangladesh. Lawachara and the Sunderbans National Parks were calm quiet oases amidst the more typical bustle of Bangladesh. No tigers, but lots of other wildlife in the parks. Big cities and small villages. A non-partisan balance of old Islamic mosque and Hindu temple, Buddhist ruins and modern Christian church. Shopping in old bazaars and modern fixed priced stores. Some long days in a comfortable bus, but with plenty of comfort breaks for chai and opportunities to see local un-mechanised industries: brick factories, rice mills, shrimp farms. Very friendly, curious people wherever we went. Delicious food, particularly on the boat.”
Discover Bangladesh - January 2015 Reviewed Tour: Discover Bangladesh
5 - Excellent
“I had an absolutely wonderful time on this trip, it was a real unexpected treat. I had looked at the trip initially due to the Sundarbans cruise, and loved India, and thought it looked interesting, but it surpassed all my expectations simply because of the wonderful Bangladeshi people. Although I received a few blank looks from people when I told them I was visiting Bangladesh, I'm so pleased I chose it and I hope it becomes a more popular travel destination, as it has so much to offer. The trip notes suggest that the people make the trip, and our guide suggested this would be the case on the first night, but I hadn't appreciated how true this would be. They are quite simply the nicest, friendliest, warmest and generous people you will ever meet, and everyone will take away from it experiences of their own that can't be captured in any of the travel literature or trip notes. It is also a photographers dream, as everything is so busy, colourful and the people so willing to have their photos taken (and of course to take photos of you too). The tourist infrastructure is still developing, but that is surely part of the charm of discovering new destinations as you are never experiencing the cynicism of people used to a procession of tourists - it seemed we were a real novelty in many parts of the country. Given the country's turbulent past, and reputation as a rather disaster prone region, to see it as it is now, a vibrant and growing country looking to the future with great optimism and good humour was wonderful and I would certainly love to return some day.”

Bangladesh - Tour Highlights and Travel Tips

A trip to Bangladesh will introduce you to a nation filled to the brim with history and culture that is increasingly becoming a more widely sought out travel destination. Bangladesh is known for having primarily a subtropical climate, making it an ideal summer getaway. For those looking to plan a vacation to Bangladesh, there is plenty to do and see. Home to UNESCO world heritage sites, this country is a crossroads of ancient and new life meeting in a confluence of color, life, and vitality.

Tour Highlights

  • Visit the three UNESCO world heritage sites. The Sundarbans National Park, the home of the largest mangrove swamp on earth, which Bangladesh shares with India as well as the Bengal Tiger; the unique Sixty Dome Mosque; and the Ruins of the Buddhist Vihara at Paharpur, which was the intellectual centre during the 12th
  • Enjoy a mix of aromatic and flavorful teas, including the seven-layer tea.
  • Love beaches? Go to the world’s largest stretch of natural beach at Cox’s Bazar; stretching 125 km, this is one place you don’t want to miss.
  • Right off of Cox’s Bazar is a small island, Sonadia Island, that is home to the Bangladeshi surf scene.
  • Take the opportunity to see one of 500 remaining Bengal tigers, and learn of their endangerment, and how we can help them.

Travel Tips

  • Keep track of news coming out of Bangladesh before you leave; this is a country known for political violence.
  • The country has a high population, ranking at 10th in the world so, expect crowds. However, also be careful of your belongings.
  • Be alert if you see a large gathering of people. Large groups usually mean political demonstration.
  • Be hyper-vigilant; crime happens often here and can go unnoticed.
  • Make sure to visit a health professional 4-6 weeks before you leave so you can make sure you are up to date on all vaccinations and other important medical procedures.
  • Bangladesh is an Islamic country; be sure to keep with all customs and traditions, such as the Festival of Ramadan.
  • Dress modestly while visiting religious sites.
  • The country has been through turbulent times in history, refrain from divulging into political discussions with the locals.
  • Traffic jams have become a regular part of life here, so if you get stuck, just relax.

Bangladesh has seasonal weather so please do check up on the best time to visit Bangladesh before planning your tour. And if you’re still hunting for more things to do and places to explore in the country , do check out our Bangladesh Travel Guide for more information.