Sylhet is tea capital, a prime attraction for all tourists visiting Bangladesh. Lying between the Khasia and the Jaintia hills on the north, and the Tripura hills on the south, Sylhet breaks the monotony of the flatness of this land by a multitude of terraced tea gardens, rolling countryside, and the exotic flora and fauna. This is home of the largest Shrines of the region, land of vibrant cultures from tribal & local people, natural resources like Madhabkunda waterfall, Tamabil, Jaflong, Lalakhal and the Bichanakandi-connected to Meghalaya by the river is most interesting to visit. Srimangal is a major attraction of Sylhet to visit for every tourist to experience the tea estate of the country. Endless tea gardens, Lawachara Rain forest, Madampur Dam and the Manipuri & Khasia communities are waiting for a better exploration of this state. Make an adventure and lose yourself into nature for a few days.
4 Nights / 5 Days
Sylhet & Srimangal
- Tea plantations.
- Lawachara rain forest
- Madhabpur Dam
- Madhabkunda waterfall
- Jaflong zero point
- Shrine of Hazrat Shah Jalal & Shah Paran
- Pineapple, Lemon & Rubber Garden
- Monipuri - Khasia community
- Wari Bateswar
Tour Available :
Round the year.
Best time to go:
Round the year.
- Visit the tea capital Sylhet & Srimangal covered by over 163 tea gardens.
- Walk inside the tea gardens, Rubber Garden, Pineapple & lemon gardens and visit a tea factory.
- Enjoy Seven Layer tea on traditional tea stall ‘Neel Kantha’.
- Make a boat trip through the beautiful cannel named Lalakhal and enjoy the wonderful moment.
- Visit Jaflong zero-point located with India border-the largest point of collecting stones and Tamabil-another site of Border with India.
- Visit Bichanakandi the place covered by tiny rivers from Meghalaya.
- Adventure on Lawachara rain forest, the national reserved forest with lots of birds, animals and rare trees.
- Visit Madhabpur dam covered by small hills where you can see the view of the Indian Tripura region.
- Visit Manipuri & Khasia people and walk through the village to learn their present lifestyles and method of weaving cloths.
- Visit Madhabkunda waterfall-the biggest waterfall of this region.
- Visit Hazrat Shahjalal & Hazrat Shah Pran Shrine, two famous Sufi Muslim figure in the region.
- Visit Wari-Bateswar, an ancient ruined city from 450 BC. It challenges the earlier notions of early urban civilization in Bengal.
Day 1 : Srimangal: Tea Gardens, Madhabpur Dam & Monipuri Para
- Around 7:00, Starting of the tour from your hotel or residence. Our responsible guide will pick you up with the A/C reserved car and start driving toward Srimangal for 4:30 hrs approximately and check in to the hotel or resort upon arrival.
- Visit the nearest tea gardens. Walk inside the gardens and find yourself on land without humans.
- After having lunch, walk through the rubber garden and go for Manipuri Learn their present lifestyles and weaving method of their own traditional clothes.
- In the late afternoon, visit Madhabpur dam (lake) covered by small hills and a view of the land far away from people. Enjoy the scenic view of Indian Tripura standing over the hill.
- On the way back to the hotel or resort explore rubber, pineapple & betel nut garden planted over roadside hills and lands.
- In the evening, enjoy the famous traditional ‘7 layer tea’ in a tea stall called Neel Kantho.
- complete dinner and stay overnight at the hotel or resort in Srimangal.
Day 2 : Lawachara Rain Forest, Madhabkundo Waterfall & Sylhet
- Early in the morning, get ready to visit the Lawachara National Park, the last remaining tropical rain forest. This is the best time to make an adventure to feel the environment of the forest. This is home to a large variety of rare and endangered species, the most prominent of which are the Hallock Gibbons.
- After having breakfast, drive for two-and-a-half hours to go to Madhabkunda Waterfall-the largest waterfall in the region.
- Spending some time, have lunch and drive to Sylhet. On the way, you’ll see many tea gardens, rubber plantation, and wetland (Hoar)
- Check into the hotel and halt for the night stay. Enjoy dinner and spend the night at Sylhet.
Day 3 : Shrine of Shahjalal & Shahparan, Zaflong Zero Point and Tamabil.
- After having an early breakfast, visit the Shrine of Hazrat Shahjalal & Hazrat Shah Paran- the two famous Sufi Muslim figures. These are the two largest shrines of this region among 360 shrines.
- Drive to Jaflong Zero Point- a border part of Bangladesh with India, including the proper place to collect stones.
- After lunch, visit Tamabil and Jainta area and halt for the night stay in Jaflong.
Day 4 : Bichanakandi & Sylhet City
- Have an early breakfast and drive for two hours for Bichanakandi. Here you can see the hilly tiny river flowing from the hills of Meghalaya, the stream flows through stones as usually found in this part of Sylhet, and surrounded by hills covered green vegetation.
- Spend some time and have lunch at a local restaurant.
- Drive for Sylhet and check into the hotel. Dinner and night stay at Sylhet.
Day 5 : Wari Bateswar & Dhaka
- Having breakfast, start the journey to go back to Dhaka.
- Visit Wari-Bateswar located beside Brahmaputra River at Narsingdi, an ancient ruined city from 450 BC. It challenges the earlier notions of early urban civilization in Bengal.
- In the evening, arrive at Dhaka and end the tour with wonderful experiences and memories of an enjoyable tour.
Price for the tour (Per Person)
- Airport/hotel pickup and drop.
- All transportation like an air-conditioned car, boat rides and other vehicle for the entire trip.
- All Accommodation in hotels or resorts on a twin share basis. (Accommodation in the 3-star quality hotel or resort. Change of accommodations and single supplement are available)
- All foods (main meals) on a local restaurant with quality food and mineral water for drinking.
- English speaking accompanied guide for the entire trip.
- All entrance fees during the trip.
- Personal expenses.
- Food not mentioned above.
- Timing and assembling for the places are flexible; We could change it because of traffic during the tour.
- Bengali local food is spicy. Biriyani & Khichuri made of rice, lentil, meat and special spices are the famous food of old Dhaka and available at other cities. (Non-spicy food also possible to order at most of the restaurants).
- The dress of shorts is not a problem in the Srimangal area.