Almost completely surrounded by India, with Burma to the south east, Bangladesh is a newly emerging destination for the adventurous traveller. Sitting on the Bay of Bengal to the south, this is a fertile land full of rice paddys and tea plantations. The main airport and capital city is Dhaka (12 hours from the UK). The climate is sub tropical with ranges between 18c in the colder season to 40c in the summer. Monsoon season is June – September.
Ask me for a tailor made holiday or quotes for a group tour to explore Bangladesh. Visit the chaos of the cities, the exciting food experiences and the tropical rainforests of this varied land.
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