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Bangladesh Remote&Cultural Expedition


Bangladesh is south Asia’s greenest jewel – a country braided with rivers, with a rich culture waiting to be explored by pioneering travellers and enthusiast photographers. Bangladesh is braided together by more than 700 rivers, producing a deliciously lush landscape with more shades of green than you ever imagined. Travelling by boat is a way of life here, and provides a fabulous opportunity to see the country from a more unusual angle. This is one of the world’s most densely populated countries, but once you’re slowly floating downriver on a small wooden rowboat, it’s easy to imagine you have it all to yourself. In this expedition you will explore Bangladesh’s riches, remarkable landscape, wildlife and cultural with amazing photography opportunities.

Bangladesh Expedition 10 Days/ 9 Night


Day 01-22th July

Arrived Dhaka airport & received by our representative and meet with our English-speaking photographer guide. Take all guest to the tourist but to go hotel. Take to all guest to hotel, Check in hotel & refreshment Tea coffee and juice. Guide will check all guest equipment’s and give advice which camera lens is good for this day’s shooting. (Everyday guide will give advice about camera & Lens) Explore Old Dhaka city, Rikshaws, people and street photography. Old Dhaka city, People, Rickshaws and others. (L, D)

Day 02-23th July

After breakfast bus start to riverside of Dhaka city. Photography riverside life, small boats, peoples crossing river, Shipyard, people making, breaking and repairing ships my traditional way. Also explore aluminum factories and small industries. (B, L, D)

Day 03-24th July

Early morning start to the biggest wholesale pineapple market. Photography on farmers carrying pineapple by bicycle, hundreds of pineapples loaded bicycle and tricycle in the market. After lunch way back to Dhaka, photography interesting things on the way. (B, L, D)

Day 04-25th July

After breakfast start to Northeast zone of Bangladesh to explore Batik fabrics villages. Photography on colorful batik fabrics, its making and dry process on open sun. Rice Factories, people processing rice’s open yards. People crossing Bamboo bridge. Check in hotel at Northeast city. (B, L, D)

Day 05-26th July

Northeast zone is famous for cannel, river and stone quarry. Photoshoot on countryside, landscape, country boats, stone quarry at river, sunset on the river. (B, L, D)

Day 06-27th July

After breakfast check out hotel. Photography on Country side and tea garden, tea labor plucking tea leaves at the garden. on the way interesting things. Check in hotel at Dhaka city. (B, L, D)

Day 07-28th July

During Muslim festival around 10 million people travel to their village won homes. For this huge people have not enough transport as a result thousands of people travelling by overcrowded train. Early morning, we will go to train station to capture overcrowded train, people climbing roof the train and traveling by overcrowded train. Afternoon photoshoot on overcrowded ferry and loaded cow boats from a top place. (B, L, D)

Day 08–29th July

Full day photo shooting on overcrowded train in two different train station. (B, L, D)

Day 09-30th July

Early morning photography of Muslim Eid Festival, prays inside mosque. Pray on the road. After lunch photoshoot on Old Dhaka city, Custom Culture and Heritage.

Day 10-31th July

Check out hotel. Street Photography, Train track slums, people living beside train line. Arrived airport and goodbye. (B)

Dates and Prices

Date: 22th July – 31st July
Cost: $3450
Group size: Min. 4 – Max. 8
Starting/ending point: Dhaka airport / Dhaka airport
Trip Leader: Yousuf Tushar
Cost includes: All the accommodation and meal as mention in the expeditions program (BLD), local English speaking guide, airport transfer and ground transportation (Tuk-Tuk, Train and boat)

Price is based on double occupancy: a single supplements of $350 will apply*
*Note: We will make every effort to connect you with a roommate should you like to share a room, however, if unable to make a match, the single supplements will be apply.

A deposit of $1000 is required to hold your spot, balance is due 60 day prior to departure

Yousuf Tushar is a freelance documentary, travel photographer and judges of national & international photography competitions leading photo tours for over a decade. His works published in many major magazine like National Geographic, The Telegraph, Sunday Post, Financial Times and renowned international photo agencies. You will benefit from the expert tuition and encouragement from Yousuf he mixes nightly illustrated talks, personal tuition, and practical demonstrations.