Chittagong-the most attractive and historical seaport has been enjoying prominence in the history of sea trade since 4th century AD. Subsequently became the “Porto Grande” to the Portuguese Seafarer during the 16th century AD. and the ‘Venice of the East’ (18th century) to the European during the British rule. Chittagong is now the international seaport and the 2nd largest city of Bangladesh having with heavy and large industrial plants, petrochemicals, Oil refinery and the largest Export Promotion zones with international airport and the Asian highways connecting the road link with Myanmar, Thailand & China. Cox’s Bazar:

Golden sands, mile after mile, overlooked by genteel cliffs and awash with foaming waves, colorful conch shells, ponderous pagodas, delicious seafood-this is Cox’s Bazar. The sea side tourist township of Bangladesh boasting the world’s longest (120km.) beach sloping gently down into the blue water of the Bay of Bengal Cox’s Bazar is one of the most attractive tourists spots of Bangladesh.  

Attraction around Cox’s Bazar
A small Buddhist village is Ramu. Attractions include ancient Buddhist temple and Khyang, Ramkot Bonashram, Tirthadham, rubber gardens, Buddhism locality red chin Khyang, white chin Khyang.
An island in the Bay in the northwestern direction of Cox’s Bazar. The island is dotted here and there with forested hills with the ancient adinath Temple in its midst. Fishermen’s villages and the Rakhains villages are great attractions of the island.
This is a maiden island off Cox’s Bazar across the Bay. Under the wide open blue-sky fishing community, dry fish processing and colonies of the red sea crabs are attraction of the island.
Lovesome patches of beaches. Perched between the sea and the hills behind. Inani is a quiet tourist hideout set out in the exuberance of nature

Duration: 7 Days 6 Nights

Tour Itinerary
Day 01: Arrive Dhaka airport & transfer to hotel. If time permits half day city tour to Sadarghat River front, old Hindu temples, Lalbag Fort of Mughal Empire, Museum, Shahid Minar, Curzon Hall & the huge Parliament Building the finest architectural wonder of Louis I. Kahn. O/night hotel.

Day 02: After Breakfast drive to Cox’s Bazaar (422km) Lunch at on the way side Restaurant. After reach Cox’s Bazaar transfer to hotel / resort. Evening free and enjoy sunset on the beach. Overnight at hotel / Resort

Day 03: Early morning Morning enjoy sunrise on the beach. After breakfast visit Hindu Temple, Buddhist Pagodas and Rakhain tribal villages. After late lunch enjoy sightseeing Inani Beach, Himchori and Burmese Market.

Day 04: After breakfast leave Cox’s Bazar by reserved transport to Teknaf. It will take two hours time. Arrive at Teknaf at around 8:30/9 am. Then you will board a motorboat for the most interesting trip to the only one coral island of Bangladesh. This journey will take two and half hours to reach St. Martin island the southernmost tip of landing the country. Arrival at St. Martin leisure and free.

Day 05: After breakfast visit Cheradip Coral Island. After lunch start for Cox’s Bazar and overnight stay at Cox’s Bazaar.

Day 06: After Breakfast transfer to Cox’s Bazaar Airport for fly/by road to Dhaka. Transfer to Hotel.

Day 07: Free for shopping or departure, Transfer to airport for own destination.