Day 1: Dhaka

Meet and greet at the airport and transfer to hotel. Dinner at local restaurant and Overnight stay at the hotel.


Day 2 : Dhaka – Munshigong

After breakfast drive to Munshigong and visit birth place of Atish Dipankor and explore the ruins of different Vihara built during 7th century. Later drive back to Dhaka and visit Basabo Buddha Temple where Ashes of Atish Dipankar is kept. Back to your hotel dinner & overnight.


Day 3: Dhaka – Bogra

After breakfast start for Paharpur. Visit Somapura Maha vihara UNESCO World Heritage Site (approx. 282 km by road from Dhaka and The best known Buddhist vihara in the Indian Subcontinent). On the way have your lunch at local restaurant. After sightseeing drive to your hotel and check in . Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel in Bogra.


Day 4: Bogra – Rajshahi – Dhaka

After breakfast visit Mahasthangarh, the capital of Pala dynasty. After that proceed to Rajshahi and visit Putia Temple City. See the beautiful craft works at Govinda temple, Shiva temple, Pancharatna Temple, Jagaddhatri Temple. Lunch at Local restaurant and proceed to Dhaka. Dinner at Local restaurant and overnight stay at the hotel in Dhaka.


Day 5: Dhaka – Comilla – Chittagong

After breakfast proceed to Chittagong. On the way visit Shalban Vihara and some other Buddhist Vihara ruins in Comilla. After lunch at local restaurant proceed to Chittagong. Visit NandanKanon temple in Chittagong where Hair of Goutam Buddha is kept (open to see only once in a year). Dinner at local restaurant and overnight at the hotel.


Day 6: Chittagong – Rangamati

After breakfast proceed to Rangamati. On the way to hotel visit Buddha Temple. Lunch at local restaurant. After lunch boat ride in kaptai lake, a lake in the midst of hills. Dinner at local restaurants and overnight at the hotel.


Day 7: Rangamati – Bandarban

Early morning breakfast at the hotel and start for Cox’s bazar via Bandarban. Visit Golden Temple and tribal village in Bandarban. Lunch at local restaurant and proceed for a river cruise on Sangu River. Drive to your hotel for overnight stay.



Day 8 : Banderban – Cox’s Bazar:

Relax the morning hours and visit some tribal villages nearby your hotel. Later drive to Cox’s Bazar, the longest sea beach in the world. Upon arrival check in to your hotel .Late afternoon enjoy the beautiful sunset and back to your hotel.


Day 9 : Cox’s Bazar – Ramu- Cox’s Bazar

Early morning enjoy sunrise at the beach. After breakfast, visit Buddhist temple in Cox’s bazar and visit Ram kot Vihar and other temples in Ramu Buddhist Village. Lunch at local restaurant. Evening free at leisure. Enjoy sunset at the beach. Dinner at local restaurant and overnight at the hotel.


Day 10: Cox’s Bazar – Dhaka

After breakfast take domestic flight to Dhaka to catch up with international flight.

Our service ends in here.


Package Include:

  • All sightseeing, Transfer by Air-condition cars.
  • AC Accommodation will be twin sharing basis
  • All entrance fees, Permission for hill tracks.
  • All meals.
  • Domestic air tickets. Cox’s Bazar – Dhaka
  • English speaking guide though out the tour

Package Exclude:

  • Any cultural program.
  • Hard and soft drinks.
  • Items of personal nature.
  • Gratitude to guide, driver

Available departures

Somapura Mahavihara: 
Somapura Mahavihara  in Paharpur, Naogaon, Bangladesh is among the best known Buddhist viharas in the Indian Subcontinent and is one of the most important archaeological sites in the country. It was designated a World Heritage Site in 1985. A number of monasteries grew up during the Pāla period in ancient Bengal and Magadha.
 Shalbon Vihara:
Before 1200 years ago the King Bhava Deva, the fourth ruler of the Early-Deva dynasty built that place on 168 square meters of ground. It was the royal palace for the early Buddhist students. This site, previously called Shalban Rajar Bari, came out after archaeological excavation as a Buddhist monastery and hence termed as Salban vihara from the terracotta seals and copper plates discovered. Its original name is supposed to have been Bhava Deva Mahavihara after the 4th king of the early Deva dynasty which ruled this region from the mid-7th to mid-8th centuries AD. It was built in or on the outskirts of Devaparvata, the Samatata capital bordering the Lalambi forest.
Buddha Dhatu Jadi:         
The Buddha Dhatu Jadi is a Theravada Buddhist temple also known as the Bandarban Golden Temple. Golden Temple is the largest Theravada Buddhist Temple with the second largest Buddha statue in Bangladesh.The Buddhist temple is known in local language as kyang. The Buddha Dhatu Jadi is regarded as one of the holy site for Theravada Buddhism followers and Buddhist pilgrims. This religion is practiced by the Marma or Mogh tribal group of the Chittagong Hill Tracts, a dominant ethnic group in Bandarban. They are of Arakan descent and Buddhists by religion. The temple is built on top of a (200 feet or 60 meters) high hill. Construction of the temple started in 1995 and was complete in 2000.
This temple is situated in Chittagong city .Hair of Lord Buddha is kept in this temple and once a year taken out to show to Buddha’s followers.
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