Chittagong, Rangamati , Bandarban, Cox's Bazar Beach & Saint Martin Island Tour 8 Days: 1 Night Chittagong+2 Nights Rangamati+1 Night Bandarban +2 Nights Cox's Bazar + 1 Night Saint Martin Island + 1 Night Bus Journey
Tour Code: 74762
Origin City: Dhaka.
Places to vist/Tourist Attractions/Destinations: Shrine of Bayazid Bostami, Chittagong Commonwealth War Cemetery, Zia Memorial Museum, Vatiary Lake, Patenga Beach and Karnaphuli River, Tribal Museum, Buddhist Temple at Rajban Vihara, Chakma's King's Palace, Tribal weaving factory, Parjatan Hanging Bridge, Rangamati, Kaptai Lake, Shuvolong Waterfalls, Chimbuk hill, Tribal village of Murang tribes, Shaila Prapat, Buddha Dhatu Jadi, Cox's Bazar Beach, Himchori , Inani Beach and Saint Martin Island..
Day 01: After Breakfast we will start for Chittagong by A/C Bus or Train. Upon arrival at Chittagong transfer to hotel for overnight stay.
Day 02: After early breakfast start towards Shrine of Bayazid Bostami then walk in Chittagong Commonwealth War Cemetery. Afterwards visit Zia Memorial Museum located in Chittagong Circuit House built from the British period. The museum interprets the lifetime of one of the most illustrious president in the history of Bangladesh who was seasoned in the very house. Walking from the museum, we will look at some establishment of British period like Railway Station, 7 Jongson road, tiger pass and more. Visit the Vatiary Lake and experience a walk in the famous Ship-breaking Yard Shops and find out how every part of a ship reused and reinvented. Go to the Patenga Beach and roam around the nearby beach market. You will love the roaring sea and its waves crashing over the rocks. The Karnaphuli River is next to the city and meets the sea in the nearby area. We will travel to the Estuary of the river and set for some fresh breath. You may enjoy spicy crab fry and snakes while sitting on the rampart of the river. We may have a boat ride on the Karnaphuli River if time and tide permit (depending on the weather and availability). Head back towards your hotel using the river side road and enjoy the golden sunset at the sea port. By evening transfer to Rangamati the queen of the hills (2.5 hrs) and check in hotel for overnight stay.
Day 03: After breakfast visit the Tribal Museum, Buddhist Temple at Rajban Vihara, Chakma's King's Palace, Tribal weaving factory and Parjatan Hanging Bridge, Rangamati. By evening back to hotel for overnight stay.
Day 04: After breakfast Cruise in the crystal clear water of Asia's largest manmade Kaptai Lake and visit the hill top tribal village at Shuvolong Waterfalls where you can also visit attractive water spring and forested hills. You can relish your stomach with exciting lunch on the hill top tribal restaurant at "Tuk Tuki" or "Peda Ting Ting" in the surrounding of panoramic blue water lake. Then transfer to Bandarban. Upon arrival Bandarban check in hotel for overnight stay.
Day 05: After breakfast drive to Chimbuk hill, get the touch of floating clouds on the top of the Chimbook peak. Visit the tribal village of Murang tribes and take a deep look at their lifestyle by exploring interior tribal village on the hill slopes. The visit of Shaila Prapat (water fall) by the Chimbook road side has got great attraction. Afternoon visit the most ornate Buddhist Golden Temple Buddha Dhatu Jadi on the Zadi hill top and if time permits you can stroll through the Meghla Eco-Park to enjoy the wonderful natural set up. Then transfer to Cox's Bazar. Check in hotel for overnight stay.
Special Note: All foreign nationals who want to visit Rangamati and Bandarban are required to obtain an official permission before to enter Hilly District. So, foreign nationals are requested to submit their passport copy at the time of booking confirmation.
Day 06: After Breakfast start to explore Cox's Bazar Beach. Free for enjoy sea beach, sunbath and swimming until Lunch. After Lunch we shall start for Sight Seeing Tour at Himchori and Inani Beach, Cox's Bazar Town area etc. At late afternoon move to enjoy the sun set in the Bay of Bengal. Overnight and Dinner will be in Cox's Bazar.
Day 07: After early breakfast start towards Teknaf. Upon arrival Teknaf around 09:00am get on ship or sea truck to reach Saint Martin Island. This is near about two hours journey by sea truck which is very much enjoyable and also pleasure ever. When keari ship goes into Naf River then you can view the natural scenario in both sides. One side is Teknaf hill whose natural scenario is very much charming and another side is Mayanmar which is also enjoyable to all. Upon arrival Saint Martin check in hotel located near the virgin beach with wonderful surroundings. After lunch you can explore the southern tips of the island full of marine life and ideal nesting spots for Sea Turtle to lay eggs. By evening back to hotel for overnight stay.
Day 08: After breakfast avail on a local boat to explore the adjacent ‘Chera Dwip', the wonderful coral island & the mysterious aquatic world. After lunch at hotel at Saint Martin, board the ship for return journey to Teknaf. Then transfer to Cox's Bazar. After Dinner transfer to Dhaka by A/C Non A/C Bus.
Day 09: Upon arrival Dhaka early in the morning, you will be dropped your Dhaka hotel. Tour ends with sweet memories!!!!!!
Preview of the Prices
| Package cost|| BD Taka||USD |
| Per Person(min 2 pax required)|| 74,000.00 Taka|| $974.00|
| Per Person(min 4 pax required)|| 66,000.00 Taka|| $869.00|
| Per Person(min 6 pax required)|| 58,000.00 Taka|| $763.00|
✈ Hotel accommodation will be double sharing in Chittagong, Rangamati & Bandarban.
✈ Everyday English Speaking tour guide will be with you at the time of sightseeing.
✈ Dhaka-Chittagong-Rangamati-Bandarban-Cox's Bazar-Saint Martin-Dhaka returns AC/Non AC Bus Ticket.
✈ All sightseeing will be as per as itinerary by private car.
✈ Daily Breakfast and Dinner will serve at local restaurant.
✈Monument entry fees.
Package does not Includes
✈ Expenses of personal nature like tips to waiters, drivers, laundry, alcoholic drinks, telephonic calls etc.
✈ Any Loss/expenses incurred by unforeseen circumstances e.g. flight delays/cancellations, road blockage, vehicle breakdown strikes etc.
| Destination|| No of Nights|| Hotel Name|
| Chittagong|| 1|| Asian SR Hotel /similar hotels|
| Rangamati|| 2|| Hotel Green Castle/similar hotels|
| Bandarban|| 1|| Hotel Hill View/similar hotels|
| Cox's Bazar|| 2|| Hotel Sea Crown/similar hotels|
| Saint Martin|| 1|| Hotel Prince Heaven/similar hotels|
Terms of Payment:
• 100% of total amount should pay at the time of booking confirmation.
• We are not holding any rooms or vehicles as of now and above mentioned is quote only, subject to availability at the time of confirmation.
• First preference will be given to mentioned hotels for reservation. In case of non-availability of these hotels we shall advise the similar or next available option with supplement cost.
• Itinerary provided is just suggestive and the sightseeing will be done as per availability.
• In case of no show or late cancellation after reconfirmation charges applicable as per the Hotels Policy and other vendor's policy.
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Shrine of Bayazid Bostami: The Shrine of Bayazid Bastami is a shrine in Chittagong, Bangladesh. Bayazid Bostami was a famous Persian Sufi born in Bostam, Iran. Its shrine area as a complex consists of a tomb surrounded by a brick structure along with an old mosque and a large pond. There is no significant historical evidence about Bostami's visit and tomb in this area. The whole complex is located on a hillock of Nasirabad, considered to be a holy place and attracts a large number of visitors and pilgrims daily.
Chittagong Commonwealth War Cemetery: This cemetery was established to show the honor for the soldiers and others who died in World War II. The cemetery was created by the British Army, and there were originally about 400 burials. Graves have since been transferred to this cemetery from the Lushai Hills (Assam) and other isolated sites, and from Chittagong Civil Cemetery; Chandragona Baptist Mission Cemetery; Chiringa Military Cemetery; Cox's Bazar New Military and Civil (Muhammadan) Cemeteries; Chittagong (Panchalaish) Burial Ground; Dhaka Military Cemetery; Demagiri Cemetery; Dhuapolong Muslim Burial Ground; DhuapolongChristian Military Cemetery; Dohazari Military and R.A.F. Cemeteries; Jessore Protestant Cemetery; Khulna Cemetery; Khurushkul Island Christian and Muhammadan Cemeteries; Lungleh Cemetery (Assam); Nawapara Cemetery (Assam); Patiya Military Cemetery, Rangamati Cemetery, Tejgaon Roman Catholic Cemetery, Tumru Ghat Military Cemetery and Tumru M.D.S. Hospital Cemetery. There are now 731 Commonwealth burials of the 1939-45 war here, 17 of which are unidentified. There are a further 20 foreign national burials, 1 being a seaman of the Dutch Navy and 19 Japanese soldiers, 1 of which is unidentified. There are also 4 non-war U.K. military burials.
Zia Memorial Museum: This museum is housed in an interesting mock-Tudor mansion. Among its much-revered collection is the microphone and transmitter with which President Zia proclaimed the country's independence in 1971
Vatiary Lake: Vatiary Lake is an attractive place with lake, jungles, trees, and swish curvy roads. It's good for biking, seafaring and fishing additionally out there here. Everything regarding the place is awe-inspiring. There's a cafe24 there relish some smart foods can just like it.
Patenga Beach: Patenga is a popular tourist spot. The beach is very close to the Bangladesh Naval Academy of the Bangladesh Navy and Shah Amanat International Airport. Its width is narrow and swimming in the seas is not recommended. Part of the seashore is built-up with concrete walls, and large blocks of stones have been laid to prevent erosion.
Karnaphuli River: Karnaphuli the largest and most important river in Chittagong and the Chittagong Hill Tracts, is a 667-metre (2,188 ft) wide river in the south-eastern part of Bangladesh. Originating from the Lushai hills in Mizoram, India, it flows 270 kilometers (170 mi) southwest through Chittagong Hill Tracts and Chittagong into the Bay of Bengal. A large hydroelectric power plant using Karnaphuli River was built in the Kaptai region during the 1960s. The mouth of the river hosts Chittagong's sea port, the main port of Bangladesh.
Buddhist Temple at Rajban Vihara: Rajban Bihar Pagoda is extremely superlative tourist spot in particular for the Buddhist. It looks like as a golden temple. It surroundings is breathtaking and pull towards you all and sundry. Rajban Vihara called the telepathist principal monk. Any person will choose to lives here. An globally known Buddhist Temple, where the telepathist principal monk of Rajban Vihara, Shrimath Sadhana Nanda Mohasthabir (Ban Vante) lives. In each year lots of visitors are come to see it.
Chakma's King's Palace: The Chakma king is the oldest monarchy in CHT and still continuing the 52 king Mr. Debasish Roy. He is a Barrister and his palace is situated at a tiny isolated hill in the north corner of Rangamati town that is known as ‘Rajbari'. The main Chakma palace has been submerged into the deep water of Kaptai dam.
Parjatan Hanging Bridge: In Bengali the name of the Hanging Bridge is Jhulonto Bridge and this is also popular to its visitors. This hanging bridge is established on Kaptai Lake. This is the link way of Kaptai Lake. The total height of this bridge is 335 feet and is the landmark icon of Rangamati.
Kaptai Lake: Kaptai Lake is a manmade lake in south-eastern Bangladesh. It is located in the Kaptai Upazila under Rangamati District of Chittagong Division. The lake was created as a result of building the Kaptai Dam on the Karnaphuli River, as part of the Karnaphuli Hydro-electric project. The Kaptai Lake's average depth is 100 feet (30 m) and maximum depth is 490 feet (150 m). This lake was developed by inundating valleys and plain lands between lots of hills. This made a beautiful scenario while forested mountains and highland climb from within the water.
Shuvolong Waterfalls: Shuvolong a place in Barkol sub district, located about 25 kilometers (11 kilometers as the crow flies) away from Rangamati town. There are few waterfalls in Shuvolong area with the largest one falling from as high as 300 feet. In the past several years, this place has turned into a tourist destination due to beautiful waterfalls and the nearby market. Shuvolong is easily accessible by speed boat or motor boats from Rangamati.
Chimbuk hill: Chimbuk hill is the third highest mountain in Bangladesh. Chimbuk is one of the most familiar tourist spot in Bandarban. It is just 26 kilometer away from Bandarban sadar. Chimbuk hill is about 2500 feet high above sea level. The road of this area is zigzag.
Shaila Prapat: Shoilo Propat:the waterfall named Shoilo Propat at Milanchari, It is a excellent site maintained by Bangladesh Parjatan, the national tourism promotion corporation.It is 8km away from Bandarban town on the Bandarban Ruma road. This is one of the most famous and visited natural fall of Bangladesh. You can hear the purl of this fall throughout the year. The flow of this fall becomes vigorous during the rainy season. The water of this fall is so transparent and cool. It is a good source for drinking water and household use for the local bawm community. It has become the main center for their economic activities. There is a small market for selling bawm handicrafts, handloom products and local food in shoylo prapat. One can see closely the struggling life of bawm community here in shoylo propat.
Buddha Dhatu Jadi: The Buddha Dhatu Jadi (also known as the Bandarban Golden Temple) is located close to Balaghata town, in Bandarban City, in Bangladesh. Dhatu are the material remains of a holy person, and in this temple the relics belong to Buddha. It is the largest Theravada Buddhist temple in Bangladesh and has the second-largest Buddha statue in the country. The Bandarban Golden Temple belongs to the Theravada Buddhism order, which is practiced by the Marma indigenous people, a dominant ethnic group of Bandarban. It was built in 2000 in Arakanese architecture, an adoption of South East Asia style.
Cox's Bazar Beach: Cox's Bazar Beach, located at Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, is the longest unbroken sea beach in the world, running 125 kilometers. It is the top tourist destination of Bangladesh.
Himchori: Himchori, is really a nice visiting place in Cox's Bazar. This location is situated 12 km south of Cox's Bazar Town and 6 km from the Kalatali beach by the hill. Journey to Himchori is also exciting because the road to Himchori runs by the lovely green hills on one side and open blue sea on the other side. The scenery of the two side of the road pleased all. This place is famous for the hill top view of the sea and the water fall. You got to ride the hill in order to get the marvelous view of the sea. The magnificent waterfall leading to the beach is a rare scene to enjoy. This place is ideal for a day picnic, sunbathing and relaxing. One can reach this place in the morning, so it make sure to back to the town before high tide rise in the evening. It's not advisable to stay in this location after sunset. The amazing waterfall of Himchori is a very rare scene to enjoy. The waterfall from the green hill is relatively extraordinary to look at. However, in the winter it dwindles whereas in the rainy season it is really wonderful and full waterfall could be enjoyed.
Inani Beach: Inani is an 18-kilometre-long sea beach in Ukhia Upazila of Cox's Bazar District, Bangladesh. It has a nice view having a lot of coral stone. This coral stones look green and live in summer or in rainy season. But if someone wants to enjoy looking a lot of coral stone then one should go there in winter.
Saint Martin Island: Saint Martin Island is a small island (area only 8 km2) in the northeastern part of the Bay of Bengal, about 9 km south of the tip of the Cox's Bazar-Teknaf peninsula, and forming the southernmost part of Bangladesh. There is a small adjoining island that is separated at high tide, called Chhera Island. It is about 8 kilometers (5 miles) west of the northwest coast of Myanmar, at the mouth of the Naf River. The first settlement started just 250 years ago by some Arabian sailors who named the island 'Zajira'. During British occupation the island was named St. Martin Island. During the First Anglo-Burmese War between the British and Burmese empires in 1824-1826, rival claims to the island were a major factor. The local names of the island are "Narical Gingira", also spelled "Narikel Jinjira/Jinjera", which means 'Coconut Island' in Bengali, and "Daruchini Dip". It is the only coral island in Bangladesh.