In 5 days, you will be able to understand the inevitable of Bangladesh, namely its Tumultueuse capital Dhaka and offer you an extra resting and arrhythmic in the mangrove of Des.
Day 1: Visit to Dhaka
Day 2: Dhaka and its surroundings
Day 3: Escape in the Sundarbans
Day 4: In the Mangrove
Day 5: Return to Dhaka
Arrival in Dhaka, often in the early morning. Take possession of your hotel room and siesta the time that traffic buses somewhat. In the middle of the morning, direction Old Dhaka and its crowded streets, visit the port of Sadarghat, Ahsan Manzil the old palace and the fort of Lalbagh. Chemin Retained, the Sunni mosque and the Armenian church are on track. In the middle of the afternoon, from to Dhanmondi, the bourgeois neighbourhood, and visit the Musée Sheikh Mujib Museum, a hero and founder of the nation, which tracks through the life of this man the strong moments of Bangladesh, including the war of Liberation against Guardianship Pakistan. Dinner at your hotel or in one of the restaurants in the trendy Basant district.
Get up at dawn; if you can, use the services of a guide with driver. Take the road to Sonargaon, 25 km southeast of Dhaka. You will cross the countryside and then visit Sadarbari, recently renovated, and its adjoining folk museum. Not even 5 minutes by car or rickshaw, you will stroll down the magical street of Panam Nagar, abandoned since the departure of its rich Hindu merchants in the 1960s. Return to Dhaka for lunch with a stop in front of the amazing Parliament, in the Bauhaus style. A quick visit to the National Museum to familiarize yourself with Bangladesh. Then head out on the Buriganga River just before sunset and take a boat across it, and visit the shipyard. Night bus to Khulna.
Arrival in Khulna in early morning and immediate boarding for the Sundarbans. The company you will have booked will pick you up at the bus stop and take care of everything. Anchor anchor once all the participants on board, and on the way to the!! You will go to Mongla, then to Karamjol, at the entrance of the natural reserve. Navigation lasts all day with short stops in the mangrove.
Your boat is now on the edge of the mangrove and the Gulf of Bengal. Dawn in the early morning to explore the mangrove and hope to see the tiger or other wild animals. Lunch and swimming at the beach of Kotka, then the navigation resumes. Barbecue evening on board.
Last walks in the mangrove before the boat regained Khulna late in the afternoon. Return to Dhaka by a night bus. Arrive at 5 am in the morning and direction the airport to take your return flight.