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Take a trip to Bangladesh

Do you dream of traveling to an authentic country, rich in culture and nature? Then Bangladesh is the place for you! This South Asian country is full of treasures to discover, whether in its lively cities, traditional villages or varied landscapes. You'll probably arrive in Dhaka, the capital, where you can admire the Ahsan Manzil Palace, the Star Mosque and the National Museum. At the fishing port of Cox's Bazar, you'll find the world's longest beach. The Sundarbans enclose the world's largest mangrove forest. To admire the remains of an ancient Buddhist monastery, visit the archaeological site of Paharpur.

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Five ideas for guided tours in Bangladesh

  • Dhaka

    Dhaka, the dynamic capital of Bangladesh, is packed with interesting neighborhoods for tourists to explore. Here’s a description of the city’s most touristy neighborhoods:
    1. Old Dhaka: Dhaka’s historic district, also known as “Puran Dhaka”, is a must-see for visitors. With its narrow streets, colonial buildings and authentic atmosphere, it offers a glimpse into the city’s past. Stroll through the bustling bazaars, admire British-era architecture and visit historic sites such as Ahsan Manzil and Lalbagh Fort.
    2. Gulshan: Located in the northern part of Dhaka, Gulshan is a modern, cosmopolitan district. It’s a commercial and residential hub where you’ll find numerous luxury hotels, international restaurants, shopping malls and embassies. Gulshan Lake Park is a pleasant place to stroll and relax.
    3. Banani: Neighboring Gulshan, Banani is a popular district for expatriates and business travelers. It is home to a variety of restaurants and cafés. Kemal Ataturk Street is renowned for its lively nightlife, with bars, clubs and entertainment venues.
    4. Dhanmondi: This residential district is renowned for its large green spaces and peaceful lakes. Dhanmondi Park is a popular spot for picnics, walks and outdoor activities.

  • Sundarbans National Park

    Located in the Ganges-Brahmaputra delta, this park is the world’s largest mangrove forest. It is also the only habitat of the Bengal tiger, an endangered species distinguished by its semi-aquatic lifestyle.
    The Sundarbans National Park covers more than 10,000 km2, around 60% of which is in Bangladesh and 40% in India . It is made up of a complex network of tidal waterways and forest islands.
    Tourist attractions in the park include:
    Hiron Point Wildlife Sanctuary, located at the mouth of the Baleshwar River. This is an excellent vantage point for marine crocodiles, Irrawaddy dolphins and migratory birds.
    Katka Wildlife Sanctuary, to the east of the park. It’s an ideal place for hiking and boating, and for observing the flora and fauna. You can see axis deer, wild boar, rhesus macaques and Indian pythons.
    Karamjal Wildlife Sanctuary, located to the north of the park. This is a breeding and rehabilitation center for marine crocodiles, where you can learn more about these fascinating reptiles.

  • Puthia

    Start your journey with a visit to the temples of Puthia, which will dazzle you with their beauty and grandeur. Admire the Govinda temple, a masterpiece of Hindu architecture with its elaborate details and fine carvings. Continue your exploration with the Shiva temple, where you’ll be enchanted by its colorful frescoes.
    As you wander through the streets of Puthia, you’ll discover the Rani Bhabani Palace, a magnificent edifice that combines Mughal and British architecture. Marvel at its vast gardens, opulent halls and regal ambience. Govinda Roy’s palace is another treasure not to be missed, with its slender columns and delicate ornamentation.
    And don’t miss the Chhoto Sona mosque, a small architectural marvel that testifies to the harmony between different cultural influences.

  • Sajek Valley

    Immerse yourself in an unspoilt natural paradise with the Sajek Valley, a true hidden treasure in the heart of Bangladesh. Nestled high in the mountains, this picturesque valley offers breathtaking scenery.
    The road to Sajek is an experience in itself. The winding bends will take you through dense forests, offering views of the valleys below. Take time to stop at various viewpoints, such as the Ruilui belvedere, to admire the majestic beauty of the region. Once you’ve reached Sajek, climb to the top of Mount Kanglak, the prime viewing spot for the verdant valley, rolling hills and picturesque villages scattered across the landscape. Sajek is also known as the home of several indigenous tribes, such as the Chakma and Marma communities. Meet these fascinating people and discover their traditional way of life.

  • Chittagong Hills

    Located in the south-east of Bangladesh, these verdant hills are home to exceptional biodiversity and a rich and varied culture. The first place not to be missed in the Chittagong Hills is Kaptai Lake, the country’s largest man-made lake. This lake was created in 1960 by the construction of a hydroelectric dam on the Karnaphuli River. It offers spectacular scenery with its blue waters and lush green islands. Another place to discover is Rangamati, the capital of the Chittagong Hills. This town is famous for its colorful market, where you can buy handicrafts typical of the region, such as hand-woven fabrics, silver jewelry and bamboo baskets. Finally, if you love nature and adventure, you won’t want to miss Khagrachari Park. This park covers an area of 2695 km2 and is home to dense, mountainous forest. Here you can hike, cycle or raft, and observe wild animals such as elephants, tigers and monkeys. You can also discover the waterfalls and caves hidden in the park.

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