Jamdani is a vividly patterned, sheer cotton fabric, traditionally woven on a handloom by craftspeople and apprentices around Dhaka. Jamdani textiles combines intricacy of design with muted or vibrant colors. The historic production of Jamdani was patronized by imperial warrants of the Mughal emperors. Under British colonialism, the Bengali Jamdani and muslin industries rapidly declined for colonial import policies favoring industrially manufactured textiles. In more recent years, the production of Jamdani has witnessed a revival in Bangladesh. In this full-day tour, we’ll visit a Zamdani weaving village factory in Narayanganj, a primary school, Zamindar Palace, and a Zamdani outlet shop in Dhaka.
- Jamdani weaving village
- Weaving Techniques & Weavers Lifestyle
- Murapara Zamindar Palace
- Aarong Shop
- Visit a Jamdani weaving village and factories in Narayanganj.
- Learn the processing of making Jamdani and know the weavers.
- Visit a primary school nearby and feel yourself with smiling faces.
- Opportunities to buy some original Jamdani Cloths from the village.
- Visit Murapara Zaminder Palace (Murapara College).
- Visit a Jamdani outlet shop (Aarong) at Dhaka.
- Around 8:00 am-8:30 am, we will start from your hotel or residence. Our responsible guide will pick you up with the car to start toward Narayanganj.
- Visit a Jamdani weaving village and observe the processing. Talk to the weavers, and make yourself free to spend a good time.
- Spending two hours, we’ll visit a primary school nearby. Spend some time with the innocent smiling faces.
- After, we will visit Murapara Zamindar Palace now under Murapara College was built by Ramratan Banerjee from the Raj family in 1889.
- In the afternoon, we will visit the Aarong Shop. This is the finest Jamdani and handicrafts outlet in Bangladesh.
- We will finish the trip at your place in the evening.
Price for the tour (Per Person)
- Air-conditioned car and driver for the whole day.
- English-speaking guide.
- All entrance fees during the trip.
- Lunch at a local restaurant with quality food.
- One bottle of mineral water.
- Personal expenses.
- Food not mentioned above.
- Timing and assembling for the places are flexible, it could be changed because of traffic during the tour.
- There could be incredible traffic in Dhaka. Sometimes you have to wait a long time without moving in every block of the road.
- A rickshaw ride is possible for small groups of 6 persons.
- Bengali local food is spicy in nature. Biriyani & Khichuri made of Rice, meat and special spices are the famous food of old Dhaka.
- Modest clothes are required to visit any mosque. Shorts are not allowed for the purpose; women must cover their hair and arms with clothes.
- Ahsan Manzil and National Museum is closed on Thursday and opens Fridays after 3:00 pm. Lalbagh Fort is closed on Sundays and open on Mondays after 2:00 pm. Ahsan Manzil and Lalbagh Fort are also closed on government holidays. But you can have an outside view of these places.
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.