Planning your Sundarbans adventure
The largest mangrove forest in the world is a mist-shrouded, river-riddled swamp region of shifting tides, man-eating tigers and off-the-beaten-track adventure...
Places in Bangladesh
Dhaka is more than just a city; it’s a giant whirlpool that sucks in anything and anyone that comes within its furious grasp. Around and around it sends them, like some wildly spinning fairground ride bursting with energy. Millions of individual pursuits constantly churn together into a frenzy of collective activity – an urban melting pot forever bubbling over.
Every corner of Bangladesh is blessed with beautifully green landscape, but none more so, it seems, than Sylhet. From glistening rice paddies and wetland marshes to forested nature reserves and rolling hills blanketed in waist-high tea bushes, Sylhet seems to contain every possible shade of green you can imagine.
The most diverse region of Bangladesh, Chittagong is a land that stretches from forested hills and scenic lakes to sandy beaches and coral islands. It’s a land of off-the-beaten-track adventure, with great hiking and remote boat trips, but also one of cultural contrasts – around a dozen Adivasi groups live here.
Tours and activities
Tips and articles
Seeking out Bangladesh's hidden gems
So you've done your tiger safari in the Sundarbans swamps, been on The Rocket for that quintessential Bangladesh boat trip and survived a white-knuckle rickshaw ride on the crazy streets of Old Dhaka...
Bangladesh for first-timers
Famously poor and heavily prone to flooding, Bangladesh makes an unlikely tourist destination, and a trip here is certainly off the beaten track...
Bangladesh’s surfing surprise
Bangladesh is a crash of crowds and the deafening roar of millions of individual pursuits churning together into a frenzy of collective activity...
World Cup Cricket: just a great excuse to tour India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh
The ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 (starts 19 February) is coming and there’s never been a better time to visit India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh...