DAY 01: DHAKA:
Receive at Dhaka Airport, Transfer to Hotel. If time permit, we will take a brief tour of Dhaka city to give you a good overview of the city of Rickshaws and the different facts of life in Bangladesh. Overnight at Dhaka.
DAY 02: DHAKA–CHITTAGONG:
After Breakfast Departure Dhaka for Chittagong by Domestic Flight. Upon arrival, transfer to Hotel. Sight Seeing at Chittagong; includes -Reasuddin bazaar, Ethnological Museum, Kadam Mubarak Mosque, Shahi Jama-e-Majsid, Shire of Baejid Bostami, etc. Night halt at Chittagong.
DAY 03: CHITTAGONG –KHAGRACHARI (by road):
Early Morning after taking breakfast half day sightseeing in Chittagong including: Chateshawri Hindu Temple, Patenga Beach etc. At 3:00 PM Start Journey for Khagrachari, It’s around 80km, almost 3 hours Journey, on arrival Khagrachari, Transfer to Hotel and Night Halt. Khagrachari is a district of Bangladesh in Chittagong Division. Its local name is "Chengmi". Khagrachari is also known as Phalang Htaung. Khagrachari is located at South-eastern side of Bangladesh. Most of the land of Khagrachari is hilly. Three rivers are flow on the Khagrachari district.
DAY 04: KHAGRACHARI –RANGAMATI (by road):
After Breakfast Half Day Sight Seeing in Khagrachari Including: Alutila Tourists spot, Alutila Mysterious Cave, Richhang waterfall, hundred or more years old banyan tree etc. At 3:00 PM Start Journey for Rangamati, It’s around 80km, almost 3 hours Journey, on arrival Rangamati, Transfer to Hotel and Night Halt. Rangamati is the largest district of Bangladesh by Area wise. Rangamati also a part of the Chittagong Hill Tracts. Rangamati hill district is surrounded by Bandarban District on the south, Khagrachari and Chittagong Districts on the west, part of Myanmar and India on the east and Tripura state of India on the north.In Rangamati Kaptai lake has Bangladesh's only hydro-electric project. And this lake made Rangamati one of the best travelling places.
DAY 05: RANGAMATI –BANDARBAN (by road):
After finish breakfast Start Sightseeing Rangamati at early morning include - King House (Raja Harish Chandra Roy) Tribal Village, Zoom Cultivation, Mosque and Dighi of Raja Jan Bashk Khan etc. At 3:00 PM Start Journey for Bandarban, It’s around 140km, almost 4 hours Journey, On arrival Bandorban, Transfer to Hotel and Night Halt. Typical evening pastimes are visiting the homes of the locals (with home-brew for the thirsty), tea-stall crawling or perhaps just checking out the bazaar. Overnight in a Hillside eco lodge. One of the three hill districts of Bangladesh and a part of the Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bandarban is not only the remotest district of the country, but also is the least populated one. The three highest peak of Bangladesh - Tahjindong (1280 meters, also known as bijoy) Mowdok Mual (1052 m), and Keokradong (1230 m) - are located in Bandarban district. Chimbuk peak and Boga Lake are two more highly noted features of the district. The newly reported highest peak of Bangladesh - Saka Haphong (3488 ft) is also here in Thanchi upazila.