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6-Day Cox\'s Bazar Beach and Saint Martin Island Tour

Price USD$311.00


6-Day Cox\'s Bazar Beach and Saint Martin Island Tour
Bangladesh’s pride and joy, Cox’s Bazar Beach is lauded throughout the land as if it’s a contender for one of the natural wonders of the world. It is the longest continual natural beach on the planet (125km), but a world wonder it isn’t. In fact, it’s not even the nicest beach in Bangladesh (the beaches on nearby Saint Martin Island and at Kuakata in Barisal division are far more scenic). However, Cox’s Bazar Beach is the most developed of any holiday destination in Bangladesh and as such you’ll find tourist facilities that are better than anywhere outside Dhaka. Don’t come here expecting to find a piece of southern Thailand, but if your travels are getting the better of you and you just fancy some home comforts and a bit of fresh air, consider swinging by for a couple of days.

Day 01: Dhaka
Whether you’re already in Dhaka or arriving at the airport, we will pick you up and take you to your hotel for check-in. If arriving at Shahjalal International Airport, a tour representative will greet you as you exit the arrivals terminal. Spend the rest of your day at leisure before your itinerary begins the following day

Day 02: Mainimati Ruins
After breakfast drive to Mainimati Ruins, Comilla and visit the most impressive archaeological site Shalban Viharaat Mainamati Laimai hill range. In Mainamati, there are many archaeological spots like Kutila Mura, Ananda Vihara, Charaputra Mura, Itakhola Mura, and Rupban Mura that are very important for Buddhism. The archaeological museum (closed on Sunday. Open from 15:00 hrs to 16:30 hrs on Monday). The area close to the Shalban Vihara is also very attractive with rich collection. Arrive Chittagong at evening. Transfer to hotel for stay overnight.

Day 03: Cox’s Bazar Beach
After breakfast drive to Cox’s Bazar Beach and check-in hotel. After lunch drive to Inani Beach to enjoy the spectacular sandy sea beach. The journey of the marine drive in the back drops of forested chain of hills is very fascinating. On your way back visit the Himchori. Back to Cox’s Bazar hotel for overnight stay.

Day 04: Teknaf
Early morning drive to ‘Teknaf’ a wonderful Eco Tourist Spot at the bank of Panoramic Naf River bordering Myanmar. Board the tourist coastal vessel to cruise to the wonderful coral island Saint Martin (an isolated island of 8 sq. km.) crossing the blue water of the Bay of Bengal. Transfer to the 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. Stay overnight at hotel.

Day 05: Chera Dwip/Cox’s Bazar
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. Return to Cox’s Bazar & overnight at hotel

Day 06: Chittagong/Dhaka
After breakfast drive to Dhaka via Chittagong. En-route you can visit the wonderful Ramu the ancient capital of Rakhain people and visit the 300-year-old Buddhist wooden pagodas. Those who are fascinated with natural forest and wild life can take a short visit to Dulahazra Safari Park on your way back to Chittagong. We will arrive in Dhaka in the evening and drop you off at your local hotel or Shahjalal International Airport depending on your schedule.

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Bangladesh’s pride and joy, Cox’s Bazar Beach is lauded throughout the land as if it’s a contender for one of the natural wonders of the world. It is the longest continual natural beach on the planet (125km), but a world wonder it isn’t. In fact, it’s not even the nicest beach in Bangladesh (the beaches on nearby Saint Martin Island and at Kuakata in Barisal division are far more scenic). However, Cox’s Bazar Beach is the most developed of any holiday destination in Bangladesh and as such you’ll find tourist facilities that are better than anywhere outside Dhaka. Don’t come here expecting to find a piece of southern Thailand, but if your travels are getting the better of you and you just fancy some home comforts and a bit of fresh air, consider swinging by for a couple of days.