Day Long River cruise & Weaving village


8:00    : Pick up from your hotel and drive to Demra Gath.

9:00    : Arrive and board on the motor boat and start cruising.

10:30  : Stop cruising and visit famous Jamdhani weaving village.

12:30  : Back to your boat and start cruise again and enjoy the riverrine beauty.

13:00  : Lunch will be served.

14:00  : Visit Mura Para Jamidhar Palace which is recently turned into a collage.

14:30  : Back to your boat and start cruising.

15:00  : Visit a rural village of Bangladesh and see their daily lifestyle.

16:00  : By saying goodbye to the staff disembark from the boat and drive to your hotel.

17:00  : Arrive at your hotel and end of our service.



  • Pick up and drop from one convenient location.
  • Sightseeing as per the above itinerary.
  • AC car / microbus / bus for the journey.
  • Daylong boat for the river cruise.
  • Lunch & snacks on the boat.
  • Mineral water & tea /coffee.
  • An English speaking guide during the sightseeing

Price Excludes:

  • Item of personal nature
  • Items not mentioned  above



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River cruise:
Bangladesh is a river deltaic country and a river cruise will take you to a different level to know the country.
Weaving Village:
village on the bank of the river Sitalakhya is popularly known as Jamdani village.

Here we find most of the houses are engaged in weaving of Jamdani Saree and Scarf. The weaving of Jamdani is a handloom industry and it is done in the similar style of weaving Muslin.It is known as the legacy of Muslin because it requires fine yarn for weaving and various beautiful designs by colored yarn. These experts’ weavers can create design willingly during the weaving of the Saree.According to Mr. Tofail Ahmed (1964), French word ‘JAMA’ means cloth, ‘DANA’ means buti and Jamdani means clothes with buti.Another saying that Jamdani  name came from the word “JAMIDARNI” means the wife of Jamindar. that means the symbol of aristocracy. The golden age of Muslin was started in Mughal regime. At that time Dhaka, Sonargaon, Dhamrai, Titabari, Jangalbari, Bajitpur was famous for Jamdani and Muslin. On a statistics in 1747 Jamdani about 5 lakh taka were sold for the King of Delhi.50/60 Years before gold and silver was used in Jamdani sarees. Yarn of 100/300 count used for making Jamdani. But for the best quality of Jamdani 200/250 count yarn were used.In this business, people of different community such as Iranian, Armenian, Mughal, Pathan businessmen were involved. There were various names according to its design such as Panna Hazar, Dubli Jal, Butidar, Tersa, Jalar, Duria, Charkona etc.It takes one or one and half months to weave a Jamdani but depends on its design. Before the worker worked as day basis wages but now a day they work contact basis. The price range of the Jamdani saree form BDT.2000—150000.
(1) Windbreaker / raincoat / umbrella
(2) Snicker shoes for walking.
(3) Hat / Cap for Sun protection.
(4) Sun-burn lotion & insects spray.
(5) Binoculars
(6) Camera & films
(7) Emergency medicine.
(8) A sharp eye to locate interesting objects
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