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  • Bandarban Tribal Life and Hill Tracts (2Nights-3days)
  • Chittagong- Bandarban
  • Winter Season (Oct-April)
  • 3 days
  • 340 USD
  • Hotel Accommodations, AC Transport, Local guide service, Sight seeing tour, (Excluding Domestic Air Transfer from and return Dhaka).

Package Suggested Itinerary:

B: Package Itinerary:  2 Nights / 3 Days Itinerary :

Day 01: CHITTAGONG – RANGAMATI 

Arrival Chittagong Airport and transfer to hotel. After short rest leave Chittagong for Rangamati. RANGAMATI  the focal point of Chittagong hill tracts, is connected with Chittagong by a 77 km metalled road. The town-ship is located in the west bank of the Kaptai lake, the largest "man made" lake, spreading over 680 sq. km crystal clean water flanked by hills & ever green forests. Rangamati is a favorite holiday resort because of its beautiful landscape, scenic beauty, flora & fauna, homespun textiles, bamboo handbags, flower vases, silver jewelry. For the tourist the attractions of Rangamati are numerous, tribal life, fishing, speed boat cruising, water-skiing, hiking or merely enjoying nature as it is. There is a Buddhist Temple near the Kaptai Lake. One of the old preachers is preaching over there.
En route visit Tomb of Sultan Baizid Bustami and world war 11 cemetery. By noon arrival Rangamati and visit tribal handloom factory and Buddhist temple.  Transfer to hotel and lunch. Afternoon  excursion by motor boat on Kaptai lake. Visit tribal village.
Overnight at hotel. 

 

Day 02: RANGAMATI – BANDARBAN ( B)

Morning Breakfast at hotel and leave Rangamati for Bandar ban district ( PKT Lunch). En route visit Buddhist Golden temple temple, tribal villages. Late afternoon arr at Bandarban and transfer to hotel. Dinner own and overnight at hotel.

Bandarban is a district within the Chittagong Division and a part of Chittagong Hill Tracts. Ninety two kilometer from Chittagong by metal led road, Bandarban is the district headquarters of the Bandarban Hill District. This district is located in South-Eastern Bangladesh and also known as Arvumi or the Bohmong Circle . Bandarban town is the home town of the Bohmong Chief (Raja) who is the head of the Marma population. Bandarban district was established in 1983. It consists of 7 upazilas, 32 unions, 140 mouzas, 1482 villages, 1 municipality, 10 wards and 62 mahallas. 7 sub districts are-Bandarban Sadar, Thanchi, Lama, Naikhongchhari, Ali kadam, Rowangchhari, and Ruma.

 

Day 03: BANDARBAN - Chittagong ( B)

Morning breakfast at hotel and leave hotel for Chittagong domestic Airport and transfer to home country VIA Dhaka HS International Airport.

Tour  End

 

C: Package Cost & Included:

As per above mention Itinerary and tour condition our best rate will be for 2 pax,  USD 340 Per Person on Twin Sharing rooms covering 2 transfers from APT/HTL/APT and all sight seeing  by A.C. Vehicle, Breakfast as per Itinerary, tools, entrance fees, Motor boat excursion on the Kaptai lake at Rangamati, Bandarbon tour as per itierary. Every day mineral water during the tour  with thru English Speaking Guide.

 

Extra Note: If arrival to Dhaka or required packages from Dhaka International airport: Return domestic air transfer and 2 night accommodation in Dhaka may required with Dhaka city tour if time permit.

 

D: TOUR PACKAGE EXCLUDES:
Hard drinks are not included. International and domestic air tickets, Personal Tips, Laundry Charge, Telephone, Fax, Internet etc.

More Details: +8801616003131, +8801711446301. Mail to: mashud.mail@gmail.com

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About Bandarban: The Unique Hills and Tribals City:

About Bandarban:
Bandarban is a district in South-Eastern Bangladesh, and a part of the Chittagong Division and Chittagong Hill Tracts. Bandarban is regarded as one of the most attractive travel destinations in Bangladesh. Bandarban (meaning the dam of monkeys), or in Marma or Arakanese language as “Rwa-daw Mro” is also known as Arvumi or the Bohmong Circle (of the rest of the three hill districts Rangamati is the Chakma Circle and Khagrachari is the Mong Circle). Bandarban town is the home town of the Bohmong Chief (currently King, or Raja, Aung Shwe Prue Chowdhury) who is the head of the Marma population. It also is the administrative headquarter of Bandarban district, which has turned into one of the most exotic tourist attractions in Bangladesh since the insurgency in Chittagong Hill Tracts has ceased more than a decade back.
One of the three hill districts of Bangladesh and a part of the Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bandarban (4,479 km²) is not only the remotest district of the country, but also is the least populated (population 292,900) 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, as well as Raikhiang Lake, the highest lake in Bangladesh. 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.

Historical Background:
In the early days of 15th century, the Arakanese kingdom, where Mrauk U was the capital, expended its territories to the Chittagong area of Bengal. After the victory of Arakan on Burma’s Pegu kingdom in 1599 AD, the Arakanese king Mong Raja Gree appointed a Prince of Pegu as the governor of newly established Bohmong Htaung (Circle) by giving the title of “Bohmong” Raja. That area was mostly populated by the Arakanese descendants and ruled by the Burmese (Myanmar) noble descendants who started to call themselves in Arakanese language as Marma. Marma is an archaic Arakanese pronunciation for Myanmar. As the population of the Bohmong Htaung were of Arakanese descandants, these Myanmar-descendants Bohmong chiefs (Rajas) of the ruling class took the titles in Arakanese and speak a dialect of the Arakanese language.
Bandarban Hill District was once called Bohmong Htaung since the Arakanese rule. Once Bohmong Htaung was ruled by Bohmong Rajas who were the subordinates to the Arakanese kings. Ancestors of the present Bohmong dynasty were the successor of the Pegu King of Burma under Arakan’s rule in Chittagong. In 1614, King Mong Kha Maung, the king of Arakan appointed Maung Saw Pru as Governor of Chittagong who in 1620 repulsed the Portuguese invasion with great valour. As a consequence, Arakanese king, Mong Kha Maung adorned Maung Saw Pru with a title of Bohmong meaning Great General. After the death of Maung Saw Pru two successors retained Bohmong title. During the time of Bohmong Hari Gneo in 1710, Arakanese King Canda Wizaya recaptured Chittagong from the Mughals. Bohmong Hari Gneo helped King Canda Wizaya in recapturing Chittagong and as a mark of gratitude the later conferred on Bohmong Hari Gneo the grand title of Bohmong Gree which means great Commander in Chief.

Tourism in Bandarban:
Bandarban is one of untouched hill tract and tribal cultural based destination in Bangladesh under Chittagong district. By bus eight hours away from Dhaka, two hours from Chittagong and three hours from Cox’s Bazaar. It is also possible to get there by a six hour bus ride from Rangamati.The Buddha Dhatu Jadi, the largest Buddhist temple in Bangladesh, located in Balaghata, 4 km from the town. This place attracts many tourists every year. This Theravada Buddhist temple is made completely in the style of South-East Asia and houses the second largest statue of Buddha in Bangladesh. The waterfall named Shoilo Propat at Milanchari is another place tourists like to visit.
The numerous Buddhist temples, known as kyang in local tongue, and bhihars in the town include the highly notable the Rajvihar (royal vihar) at Jadipara and the Ujanipara Bhihar. Bawm villages around Chimbuk, and Mru villages a little further off, are also lie within a day’s journey from the town. Prantik Lake, Jibannagar and Kyachlong Lake are some more places of interest. Boat ride on the river Sangu is one of the main attraction here for tourists.

More Details: +8801616003131, +8801711446301. Mail to: mashud.mail@gmail.com