Bangladesh is a country considerably rich in archaeological wealth. Particularly from the primitive period, both during the Muslim and pre-Muslim rules. Though most of it is still unexplored and unknown, many travelers express their impressions glorifying these places. At present, there are several sites in Bangladesh where you can still see some of those relics. North Bengal is a prior area allocated by the most of archeological sites like UNESCO world heritage Paharpur, Kantajew temple, Puthia temple complex, Choto Sona mosque in Gaud, ruins of Mahasthangarh & many more places. In this tour, we’ll cover all the sites of Rajshahi, Chapai Nawabganj, Puthia, Rangpur, Dinajpur, Paharpur, Bogra & Rajbari regions.
- Paharpur Buddhist Bihar
- Puthia Temple City
- Kantajee Temple
- Natore Rajbari
- Silk City Rajshahi
- Kusumba Mosque
- Choto Sona Mosque (Gaur)
- Darasbari Mosque
- Khania Dighi Mosque
- Tajhat Palace
- Ranpur Suger Mill
- Navaratna Temple Hatikumrul
- Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Paharpur Buddhist Bihar (Sompura Mohavihara).
- Visit Famous Kantajee Temple in Dinajpur along with Noyabad Mosque, Rajbari & a beautiful handmade school.
- Explore the temple city Puthia covered by many monuments Including Govinda Temple, Shiva Temple, Jagannath Temple, Bara Anik Temple, Puthia Rajbari, and Natore Rajbari.
- Visit Rajshahi Varendra Research Museum, the oldest and richest museum in Bangladesh. Enjoy the sunset at the Ganges in the silk city Rajshahi.
- Visit the famous Choto Sona Mosque, Tahkhana complex, Darasbari Mosque, Khania Dighi Mosque in Guard City (Chapai Nawabganj) & the famous Kusumba mosque in Rajshahi.
- Visit the ruins of the ancient city Mahasthangarh, from the 3rd Century BC. Visit Behula Bashor Ghor known as Gokul Medh inside the city.
- Visit Tajhat Palace & Sugar Mill at Rangpur & traditional Navaratna Temple in Sirajganj.
- Enjoy a boat cruise on the Jamuna River on the last day.
- Early in the morning, our responsible guide will meet you at your place. We will start a drive of 5 hours to the north Bengal area directly.
- We will visit Natore Rajbari, the oldest and largest among the two biggest Rajbari in the region.
- After lunch, visit the temple city Puthia. It is renowned for the largest number of historically important Hindu structures in Bangladesh. The Shiva Temple in Puthia is the largest such Hindu temple in this region. The Govinda Temple, decorated with intricate terracotta designs is in one of the country’s finest old Rajbari courtyards.
- We will drive to Rajshahi city for the night's stay.
- After having breakfast, we will drive to Chapai Nawabganj to visit historical mosques. On the way find all the places covered by mango gardens, especially the Khirsa mango that got GI recognition by UNESCO in 2019.
- First, we will walk through the history of the lost city of Gaud. Visit Choto Sona Masjid (Gaur), a remarkably fine architectural specimen of the Sultanate Period. the Tahkhana Complex (Persian), literally means a cold building or palace. A structure was built on the west bank of a large tank situated in the Firozpur quarters of the city of Gaur-Lakhnauti.
- We will go to Darasbari Mosque, the largest mosque in the Bangladesh part of Gaur-Lakhnauti, now in ruins. The name Darasbari is derived from its being located within a Darasbari (place of lesson or learning).
- Visit Khania Dighi Mosque, one of those precious edifices of Bangladesh. The mosque was built during the 15th century. The four domes mosque is also known as Chamachika Masjid, Rajbibi Masjid, etc.
- After, we will drive to Rajshahi city to visit the Varendra Research Museum. This is the first and most resourceful museum in the country. Find all exclusive statues and historical signs there. We will spend the sunset on the banks of Ganger river.
- Night stay at the hotel in Rajshahi.
- Today, we will drive to Paharpur to visit our third World Heritage site. The green vegetable-fruit fields are amazing to stop. Especially the betel leaf gardens are interesting to have photographed. On the way, visit the famous Kusumba Mosque, built during the Afgan rule in Bengal.
- Finally, we will visit Paharpur Buddhist Bihar, dating from the 8th century AD. It's also known as Sompura Mohavihara which is the most impressive archaeological site in Bangladesh also recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was once the largest Buddhist monastery in the south of the Himalayas.
- After lunch, we will drive to Rangpur. On arrival, visit the famous Tajhat Palace, Carmichael College, and Karupanya Handicrafts factory in Rangpur City.
- Overnight in Rangpur.
- Today, we will drive for 2 hours toward Dinajpur. We will visit the Dinajpur Rajbari, a Hindu zamindar house built in the 18th century, one of the most striking historic buildings in North Bengal.
- After, we will go to Kantanagar to visit the famous Kantajew Temple. It's the most spectacular Hindu temple and one of the most beautiful monuments in Bangladesh. The infinite panels of intricately sculptured terra cotta plaques tell history.
- We will visit Noyabad Mosque and a beautiful handmade school named Dipshikha Meti School. Spend an awesome time with children.
- After lunch, we will drive to Bogra for the night's stay.
- In the morning, we will visit the biggest vegetable bazaar in Bogra. The trading experience and fresh vegetables are satisfactory.
- After, visit the oldest known city in Bangladesh Mahasthangarh, dating back to at least the 3rd century BC. Today, the archaeological site consists mainly of foundations and hillocks hinting at past glory. In the Mahasthangarh site museum, an interesting collection of recovered pieces is on display. The Behula Bashor Ghor is a key site to visit in Mahasthangarh.
- We will drive to Jamuna River to enjoy a river cruise after visiting the beautiful Navaratna Temple in Sirajganj. This is the second largest Navaratna-style temple in Bangladesh after Kantajew Temple.
- In the evening, we will be in Dhaka. Finish the historical journey with a lot of memories.
Price for the tour (Per Person)
- All transportation is like the air-conditioned car for the entire trip.
- All accommodation in 3 Star hotel on a twin-share basis. (hotel upgrades and single supplement available)
- Complimentary breakfast in the hotel.
- All meals during the tour at the local clean restaurant.
- All entrance fees during the trip.
- English-speaking accompanied guide for the entire trip.
- Personal expenses.
- Timing and assembling for the places are flexible, it could be changed because of traffic during the tour.
- Bengali local food is spicy in nature. Plain Rice, Vegetables, Fish & Meat are available in restaurants. Biriyani & Khichuri made of Rice, lentils, meat, and special spices are the famous food of old Dhaka also available in other cities. ( Non-spicy food is possible to order in some restaurants if you like)
- Modest clothes are required to visit any mosque. Shorts are not allowed for this purpose; women must cover their hair and arms with clothes.
The best time to visit Bangladesh depends on your preferences and the type of experience you’re seeking. Bangladesh has a tropical monsoon climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. October to March is generally considered the best time to visit Bangladesh. The weather is cool and dry, making it comfortable for travel and outdoor activities. It’s an excellent time to explore cultural and historical sites, as well as natural attractions.
We are very sincere in making each of your trips special. Sundarbans is a place where you should be very careful to get it’s best. Get the idea by following the information.
Forest friendly Itinerary:
- Our itinerary is made by experiences of 30 years. There are many things you should follow like tide, time, wildlife timing & silence.
- Explore lesser-known areas of the Sundarbans to have a more unique and less crowded experience.
- There are many tourist boats & ships in the forest. We seek an empty spot in our activities.
- Participate in specialized activities such as bird watching, canal cruises, or guided nature walks to enhance your experience.
- Consider exploring the Sundarbans from a different perspective, such as a silent boat trip through the creeks.
- Our boats are eco-friendly and silent at night. We follow responsible tourism options to minimize your impact on the environment and support sustainable practices.
Small Private Group:
- Our group is private and smaller to experience the best of Sundarbans.
The experience of decades in inbound travel with honesty is our capital. Apart from that, our hospitality and care are priceless you get. We always believe that you are on holiday and it’s our job to make your days memorable. Our realistic and comfortable travel plan is prior to serving you at a reasonable price.
Yes. VOA is available at international airports. The citizens of All European Countries, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Russia, China, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, South Korea, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait & Oman can get Visa on Arrival (VOA) for the official duty, business, investment and tourism regardless of the Bangladeshi mission status. Check eligibility, requirements, fees, duration & all other information from our website link.
You must get permission to visit Chittagong Hill Tracts and it’s included in our package. Separate permission is required for Rangamati and Bandarban. We are an authorized company and you must not worry about that.
Our Package includes complimentary breakfast at the hotels and lunch-dinner at good-quality restaurants. Bengali local food is spicy. Plain rice, vegetables, fish & meat are available in restaurants. Biriyani & Khichuri made of Rice, lentils, meat, and special spices are the famous food of old Dhaka also available in other cities. Non-spicy food is possible to order at most of the restaurants if you like. In Sundarbans, we have a special chef to make your food. We offer food for vegetarians. But there are limitations of items at some restaurants in remote areas.
If you want to exclude food, that’s fine. We will take you to the best restaurants.