Private Tour 4-Day Bangladesh Archaeological and Historical Tour: North Bengal
Tour Code: 74766
Origin City: Dhaka.
Places Covered: Navaratna Temple, Behula Lakshindar Basor Ghor, Mahasthangarh, Govinda Bhita, Ramsagar National Park, Ramsagar Lake, Kantajew Temple, Nayabad Mosque, Ruins of the Buddhist Vihara at Paharpur, Kusumba Mosque, Chhoto Sona Mosque, Tahkhana Complex, Darasbari Mosque, Chika Mosque, Varendra Research Museum, Puthia Temple Complex, Bagha Mosque and many other places.
Day 1: Following hotel pick up by your English speaking guide at 7 am from Dhaka hotel you'll start for Navaratna Temple at Hatikumrul. A unique archaeological treasure was constructed during the reign of Nawab Murshidkuli Khan (1704-1720 A.D.).After lunch you'll proceed to Behula Lakshindar Basor Ghor. It is considered the oldest archaeological site of our country.Then you'll visit the Mahasthangarh which is the oldest archaeological site in Bangladesh. It dates back to 700 BCE and the earliest urban archaeological site so far discovered in Bangladesh. After visiting Govinda Bhita transfer to Dinajpur hotel for overnight stay.
Day 2: After breakfast at 8 am your first stop will be Ramsagar National Park and Ramsagar Lake which is the biggest excavated pond of Bangladesh.King Ramnath excavated this pond during the reign of Nawab Alivardi Khan. This pond was excavated to remove the scarcity of water of the local inhabitants. Next, you'll proceed to Kantajew Temple.The most ornate among the late medieval Hindu temples of Bangladesh Kantajew Temple was built by Maharaja Pran Nath in 1752. Head over to Nayabad Mosque.The mosque was constructed in 1793 AD during the reign of Mughal emperor Shah Alam II.After lunch start for Ruins of the Buddhist Vihara at Paharpur. Visit Somapur Mahavihara which was once a renowned intellectual centre until its demise in the 12th Century AD.By evening transfer to Bogra hotel for overnight stay.
Day 3: After breakfast at 8 am start for Kusumba Mosque at Naogaon.This mosque is one of the best preserved ancient monuments of Bangladesh. According to an inscription it was erected by a patron Sulayman in 1558 during the reign of Ghiyath al-Din Bahadur Shah. After lunch start for Chhoto Sona Mosque in Chapai Nawabganj.At the reign of Sultan Hossain Shah (1493-1519), this Mosque was built by Wali Muhammad son. Then visit Tahkhana Complex, Tohakhana Masjid. After visiting Darasbari Mosque and Chika Mosque transfer to Rajshahi hotel for overnight stay.
Day 4: After breakfast at 8 am visit Varendra Research Museum. This was the first museum of Bangladesh. This museum has a rich and ancient collection, almost three thousands of objects of Paharpur, Mohasthangar and Mohenjodaro and also of 16th to 19th century A.D. Next you'll start for Puthia Temple Complex. Here you'll visit The Shiva Temple, Jagannath Temple, Dol Mandir, The Puthia Rajbari or Palace of the Raja of Puthia, Pancharatna Gobinda Temple and Bara Ahnik Mandir. After lunch start for Bagha Mosque. It is the Shahi (grand) mosque of Bagha, the most beautifully decorated mosque built in the independent sultanate period of Bengal by Nasrat Shah, the Sultan of independent Bengal, in 1523-24,the mosque is well known for its depiction on the banknote of fifty taka. By evening you'll start for Dhaka. At approximately 11.00 pm, we'll drop off you at your Dhaka hotel where the tour will end.
Preview of the Prices
|Package cost ||BD Taka || USD|
| Per Person (If 1 Traveler Group)|| 71,000.00 Taka|| $914.00|
| Per Person (If 2 Travelers Group)|| 35,500.00 Taka|| $457.00|
| Per Person (If 3 Travelers Group)|| 30,700.00 Taka|| $395.00|
| Per Person (If 4 Travelers Group)|| 23,000.00 Taka|| $296.00|
| Per Person (If 5 Travelers Group)|| 22,000.00 Taka|| $283.00|
| Per Person (If 6 Travelers Group)|| 18,500.00 Taka|| $236.00|
Private tour is operated with just your party and a guide/driver.
Perfect introduction for first-time visitors
Private guide for a more personalized experience
Informative, friendly and professional guide
Hotel pickup and drop-off at Dhaka City
Transport by air-conditioned private car
3 nights accommodation (Twin Sharing basis)
English speaking guide at the time of sightseeing
Food and drinks
Any item not included in inclusions.
| Destination|| No of Nights||Hotel Name |
| Dinajpur|| 1|| Hotel Shahara/similar hotels|
| Bogra|| 1|| Akboria Abashik Hotel/similar hotels|
| Rajshahi|| 1|| Anjum Hotel International Rajshahi/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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Mahasthangarh: Mahasthangarh is one of the earliest urban archaeological sites so far discovered in Bangladesh. The village Mahasthan in Shibganj thana of Bogra District contains the remains of an ancient city which was called Pundranagara or Paundravardhanapura in the territory of Pundravardhana. A limestone slab bearing six lines in Prakrit in Brahmi script, discovered in 1931, dates Mahasthangarh to at least the 3rd century BC. The fortified area was in use till the 18th century AD. Together with the ancient and medieval ruins, the mazhar (holy tomb) of Shah Sultan Balkhi Mahisawar built at the site of a Hindu temple is located at Mahasthangarh. He was a dervish (holy person devoted to Islam) of royal lineage who came to the Mahasthangarh area, with the objective of spreading Islam among non-Muslims. He converted the people of the area to Islam and settled there.
Somapuri Vihara: Somapuri Vihara in Paharpur, Badalgachhi Upazila, Naogaon District, Bangladesh is among the best known Buddhist Viharas in the Indian Subcontinent and is one of the most important archeological sites in the country. It was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985. It dates from a similar time period to the nearby Halud Vihara and to the Sitakot Vihara in Nawabganj Upazila of Dinajpur District
Kantajew Temple: Kantanagar Temple, commonly known as Kantaji Temple or Kantajew Temple at Kantanagar, is a late-medieval Hindu temple in Dinajpur, Bangladesh. The Kantajew Temple is one of the most magnificent religious edifices belonging to the 18th century. The temple belongs to the popular Hindu Kanta or Krishna and this is most popular with the Radha-Krishna cult (assemble of memorable love) in Bengal. This beautiful temple is dedicated to Krishna and his wife Rukmini. Built by Maharaja Pran Nath, its construction started in 1704 CE and ended in the reign of his son Raja Ramnath 1722 CE, during the reign of his son Maharaja Ramnath. It boasts one of the greatest examples on Terracotta architecture in Bangladesh and once had nine spires, but all were destroyed in an earthquake that took place in 1897.