Community Based Tourism at Barisal
Posted : 2015-01-03

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After a good night sleep we explored the village of our host family and learnt how they make jars of clay, mats and baskets

Sylhet, at the northeastern corner, has beautiful tea plantations where one can enjoy the sights and sounds of nature and experience the mystic flavor of Sufism in the shrine of Shahjalal.
Sundarbans at the southern coast of the country is the largest mangrove forest on the planet. It is the home of mighty Royal Bengal Tigers and beautiful spotted deer. One can join the honey collector through the marshy jungles to accept the adventure of encountering man-eating tigers and at the same time photographing the serenity of the gorgeous wilderness.

Bangladesh with a prolonged rainy season induced by the monsoon, tolerably humid and soft summer with occasional rainfalls, overlapping fall and autumn with comforting mornings, convenient winter and very colorful spring, offers everything in a single package where tourism can be a round the year affair.


Different cultures and exotic cuisines are the icings and toppings of this unique land. The hustle and bustle of busy urban life embraces the tradition of mystic Baul music, the authenticity of tribes and the invaluable lessons of harmony and peace.

The hospitality one will face everywhere feels like coming home after a long journey, especially for those interested in community-based tourism. To stay with a family will add precious memories while discovering the natural beauties and old traditions of beautiful Bangladesh.

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