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Description

Situated in the north-eastern region of Bangladesh, Sylhet is a prime attraction for all tourists. Laying between the Khasia and the Jaintia hills on the north, and the Tripura hills on the south, Sylhet breaks the monotony of the flatness of this land by a multitude of terraced tea gardens, rolling countryside and the exotic flora and fauna. The Sylhet valley is formed by a beautiful, winding pair of rivers named the Surma and the Kushiara both of which are fed by innumerable hill streams from the north and the south.The valley has good number of haors which are big natural depressions. During winter these haors are vast stretches of green land, but in the rainy season they turn into turbulent seas. These haors provide a sanctuary to the millions of migratory birds who fly from Siberia across the Himalayas to avoid the severe cold there. 

Take a trip down for the journey to Sylhet now.


Inclusions
  • Accommodation on twin sharing room.
  • Bus transportation from Dhaka - Sylhet- Dhaka in Chair Coach.
  • Accommodation for 2 nights in Sylhet.
  • Sightseeing tours as per the itinerary in an non AC Transpotation (suitable vehicle on shared basis will be used as per the group size).
  • Assistance of driver cum guide throughout the sightseeing tours.
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Rates
Silver:
USD 78 / person.
Group size 2-3
USD 68 / person.
Group size 4-5
USD 51 / person.
Group size 6-7
USD 46 / person.
Group size 8-40
Gold:
USD 96 / person.
Group size 2-3
USD 84 / person.
Group size 4-5
USD 78 / person.
Group size 6-7
USD 72 / person.
Group size 8-40
Platinum:
USD 144 / person.
Group size 2-3
USD 132 / person.
Group size 4-5
USD 120 / person.
Group size 6-7
USD 114 / person.
Group size 8-40
Itinerary

Day 0: Dhaka - Sylhet

Board the bus from Dhaka for Sayedabad at night. Overnight at bus.

 

Day 1: Sylhet

Meal : None

Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel & check in. After enjoying breakfast at the hotel enjoy some free time for leisure. Later to proceed to nearby Shahi Eidgah Gate, Kean Bridge, Circuit House spot. Return to your respective hotel in the evening. Stay overnight at the hotel.

Day 2:Jaflong-Lawacherra-Joiantapur.

Meal : None

After breakfast start for Jaflong by reserved microbus.Lawacherra rain forest & Jaintapur’s Rajbari. Back to hotel. Fee time for self activity .Stay overnight at the hotel.

Day 3:Sylhet-Dhaka:

Meal : None

 After breakfast checkout from the hotel. After lunch start for the  famous tea garden Malinichara, The Shrine of Hazrat Shah Zalal and tribal village. Return in the evening and start getting ready for the return journey. Board the bus for journey back to Dhaka.

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Inclusions::
Silver
Gold
Platinum

  • Accommodation on twin sharing room.
  • Bus transportation from Dhaka - Sylhet- Dhaka in Chair Coach.
  • Accommodation for 2 nights in Sylhet.
  • Sightseeing tours as per the itinerary in an non AC Transpotation (suitable vehicle on shared basis will be used as per the group size).
  • Assistance of driver cum guide throughout the sightseeing tours.
Itinerary::
Silver
Gold
Platinum

Day 0: Dhaka - Sylhet

Board the bus from Dhaka for Sayedabad at night. Overnight at bus.

 

Day 1: Sylhet

Meal : None

Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel & check in. After enjoying breakfast at the hotel enjoy some free time for leisure. Later to proceed to nearby Shahi Eidgah Gate, Kean Bridge, Circuit House spot. Return to your respective hotel in the evening. Stay overnight at the hotel.

Day 2:Jaflong-Lawacherra-Joiantapur.

Meal : None

After breakfast start for Jaflong by reserved microbus.Lawacherra rain forest & Jaintapur’s Rajbari. Back to hotel. Fee time for self activity .Stay overnight at the hotel.

Day 3:Sylhet-Dhaka:

Meal : None

 After breakfast checkout from the hotel. After lunch start for the  famous tea garden Malinichara, The Shrine of Hazrat Shah Zalal and tribal village. Return in the evening and start getting ready for the return journey. Board the bus for journey back to Dhaka.

Package categories:
   Silver
   Gold
   Platinum
Hotel:Hotel Fortune Garden
City: Sylhet
Star Category:
Location:29/A, Bongobir Road, Naiorpul, Sylhet-3100
Destination

Khashia Tribal Life

There are 11 Khashia villages (called punji) and several Monipuri villages (called para) scattered among the tea plantations in the srimangal area. Khashia villages are usually on hilltops surrounded by betal-nut trees, which is their cash crop.

When visiting a Khashia village you should first call in on the local chief, as the community will not extend full hospitality without his permission. The Khashia punji MAGURCHERRA is on the edge of the ruined Magurcherra gas field, 8 Km. from Srimangal on the road to Kamalganj. The gas field caught fire in 1997 and was ablaze for three months, laying waste to betel-nut plantations and tea estates in the vicinity.

There is a Monipuri village called Ramnagar close to the Bangladesh tea research institute; if you call in on the institute you will be able to get direction.

 
 
 
 
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Gold
Platinum
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Silver:
USD 78 / person.
Group size 2-3
USD 68 / person.
Group size 4-5
USD 51 / person.
Group size 6-7
USD 46 / person.
Group size 8-40
Gold:
USD 96 / person.
Group size 2-3
USD 84 / person.
Group size 4-5
USD 78 / person.
Group size 6-7
USD 72 / person.
Group size 8-40
Platinum:
USD 144 / person.
Group size 2-3
USD 132 / person.
Group size 4-5
USD 120 / person.
Group size 6-7
USD 114 / person.
Group size 8-40