Beach Tour duration is six days and five nights. There are two nights’ accommodation at Cox’s Bazaar, one night accommodation at St. Martin Island and two nights’ accommodation at Teknaf.
COX’S BAZAAR SEA BEACH: Cox’s bazaar has the longest unbroken sandy sea beach of the world. Magnificent sunset from the beach and marine drive to Himchari are among prime activities in the beach.
BURMESE MARKET: Different types of pickles and handloom made by different indigenous people are mostly sold in the market.
ADINATH TEMPLE: Adinath Temple, located on the summit of Mainak Hill on Maheshkhali Island off the coast of Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, is dedicated to the Hindu God, Shiva, who is worshipped as Adinath. The temple is famous for the annual 13 days long fair held at the foot of Mainak Hill in the month of Phalgun as per the Bengali calendar.
HIMCHHARI: Himchhari is a charming place with Sea in front of the hills, only 9km from the Cox’s Bazaar Town. The marine drive to Himchhari offers a superb experience for the nature lovers.
ST. MARTIN’S ISLAND: St. Martin’s Island is the only Coral island of Bangladesh, located about 9km south to the Teknaff Beach. It is almost flat and is 3.6m above the mean sea level. The 9.66 km wide channel between the mainland and the island is much shallower than the open sea southwest of the island.
CHHERA DWIP: Surrounding coral reef of the island gets cut off from its body during high tide and gets connected in low tide. Because of this nature of that extended island, it is called Chhera dwip (torn off Island). Visiting Chhera Dwip would be a memorable experience for those who are not familiar with the nature of sea.
TEKNAFF GAME RESERVE: Located on the banks of the Naf River in the Teknaf Upazila of Teknaf. It was established in 1983 and has an area of 1116115 hectare. A highlight of the Teknaf Game Reserve is the Kudum Cave, more commonly referred to as the “Bat Cave” – for obvious reasons. But the two species of bats, of which there a multitude, are not the only cave dwellers. Kudum Cave is also home to four species of snails, four species of fish dwelling in the underwater pools and three species of spiders, while birds in the area have been seen entering the cave to feed on the snails. As the only known remaining sand-mud cave in Bangladesh, conservationists are keen to preserve it as an eco-tourism attraction. From the hilltop of the game reserve, a tourist can enjoy the amazing scenic beauty of the river Naff, hill ranges of Mayammer and blue waves of the Bay of Bengal. The wild elephants, gibbon, hollock and other wild animals attract the tourists.
- COX’S BAZAAR SEA BEACH
- BURMESE MARKET
- ADINATH TEMPLE
- ST. MARTIN'S ISLAND
- CHHERA DWIP
- TEKNAFF GAME RESERVE