A trip to Bangladesh is quite an exotic solution for a vacation, but this country is all the more interesting for sophisticated tourists. Bangladesh is distinguished by an amazing mix of nations, cultures, religions. The bright colors of the country flare up at numerous Buddhist, Hindu, Christian, Muslim holidays and festivals. Due to the mixing of several calendars, representatives of several faiths often participate in processions, creating the feeling of an endless carnival.
Bangladesh has a strikingly beautiful nature, a rich variety of fauna and flora, which can be found in national parks Sundarbans, Chittagong and Madhuriyur. The local seaside resort of Cox’s Bazar is 200 km away. almost deserted beaches washed by the warm waters of the Bay of Bengal. In the capital of the state, Dhaka, colorful oriental bazaars are noisy and more than 700 mosques are calling for prayers, while ancient Buddhist monasteries hide in mangrove forests, where travelers will not be denied overnight accommodation.
The tourist infrastructure of Bangladesh is still not very well developed. Comfortable 4* and 5* hotels are located in Dhaka and Chittagong, in other places you can count on a more or less decent “guest house”. In remote areas of the country there is practically no accommodation suitable for tourists, but foreigners rarely look into these parts.