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BD North Tour Itinerary

BD North Tour Itinerary

05 Nights / 06 Days

Dhaka-Puthia –Natore-Bogra-Noagaon-Dinajpur –Rangpur –Burimari-Darjeeling-Sikkim-Bhutan-Kolkata.

Day 1: Overnight in Dhaka (Join tour Dhaka)


We start our adventure in the vibrant Bangladeshi capital of Dhaka.We start our adventure in the vibrant Bangladeshi capital of Dhaka.

Overnight Standard Hotel



Day 2: Overnight in Dhaka (City Sightseeing & River Cruise)


The city is the commercial hub of a still primarily rural country and growing at a tremendous rate as many Bangladeshis arrive in search of their fortune. In the morning we’ll go on a guided orientation tour to include some of the principal sights of the city including the Liberation War Museum, Lalbagh Fort and the Parliament building. The afternoon we will take a boat trip along the Buriganga river, joining a myriad of other crafts from  cargo vessels to small canoes. The country’s rivers are its lifeblood, irrigating its fertile plains, providing transport connections and even a place to live for the Bhadja (river gypsies) who move as a clan in their houseboats from river to river. One of the best places from which to observe the life of this city is from the water. Following this, we will visit the Pink Palace – an old impressive building which has been turned into a museum with a good historical collection inside. From here we will take a short tour of Old Dhaka with our local guide.

Overnight Standard Hotel. Included meals: Breakfast


Day 3: Overnight in Bogra (Drive to Bogra via Puthia)


This morning we leave the bustle of the city behind and head out to a more rural landscape across the massive Jamuna bridge. At 4.8 kms long, it is the 12th longest bridge  in the world, crossing the Jamuna River and linking Eastern and Northwestern parts of Bangladesh. Travelling on across the floodplain we stop at the charming little town of Puthia famous for its historic decorated Hindu temples and the imposing Zamindar’s Palace, a fine example of a Hindu Rajbari. These substantial country houses were built by the landowning Hindu elite during the Raj era and with their eclectic mix of architectural styles from Greek to Victorian, reflected the cosmopolitan ideas of their owners. We arrive this evening in Bogra.

Overnight Standard Hotel. Included meals: Breakfast


Day 4: Overnight in Bogra (Visit Paharpur and Mahasthangarh and Paharpur Buddhist Monastery)


Today we visit Paharpur to see the remains of Paharpur Buddhist monastery, once the largest south of the Himalaya. After this morning visit we return to Bogra for lunch and then head to the villages to Mahasthangarh, the site of the oldest city in Bangladesh dating back to the 3rd century BC. The fortified city’s heyday was under the Buddhists who were here until at least the 11th century AD but the small  on site museum also contains some Hindu artifacts. We then continue onto Bangladesh’s foremost archaeological site, the Somapuri Vihara at Parharpur. Formerly the largest monastery south of the Himalaya, this temple complex dates from the 8th century AD and covers an area of 27 acres. After touring the site we return to Bogra for a second night.

Overnight Standard Hotel. Included meals: Breakfast


Day 5: Overnight in Rangpur (Drive to Rangpur)


This morning we leave Bogra and drive via Rangpur to Dinajpur and visit the Jamindar Palace. Here we make an excursion to one of the most spectacular monuments in Bangladesh, the Kantanagar temple. Built of brick and terracotta every inch of the temple surface is beautifully embellished with exquisitely sculptured terracotta plaques representing flora, fauna, geometric motifs, mythological scenes and an astonishing array of contemporary social scenes and favourite pastimes. After today's visits we will drive back to Rangpur where we will stay this evening. In Rangpur you will find the Tajhat Palace and the Kali temple.

Overnight Standard Hotel. Included meals: Breakfast


Day 6: Drive to Burimari


Our long drive today takes us across the border into the Indian state of West Bengal. Bangladesh Tour Ends and continue to India ( Eastern Himalaya like Darjeeting and Sikkim)…….

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