Start your road drive to Munshiganj early in the morning
Have your breakfast on the way at a highway restaurant
Get down from the car at Munshiganj proper, freshen up and start for Idrakpur Fort.
Idrakpur Fort was built by Mughal Subahdar Mir Jumla in about 1660 AD. It is a Water Fort located on the bank of river Ichamoti (Currently dried up) to counter the Magh and Portuguese raiders. This beautiful and planned architectural fort is divider in two parts. Visit this fort, take some historical lessons and enrich your knowledge.
After visiting Idrakpur Fort have your lunch at a local restaurant
Road drive to Ponditer bhita (the homestead of the a learned man) located in Bajrayogini village
Atish Dipankar Shrijnan
Atish Dipankar Shrijnan, a famous Buddhist Scholar, Religious Preceptor and Philosopher born in the yera of 980 in a village of Munshiganj (Former Bikrampur) called Bajrayogini. He has been honored for nearly 1000 years as an exceptional religious personality in Tibet and Asia countries north of the Himalayas. His palace in Bajrayogini village, Manikganj is known as "Ponditer Bhita". Visit the palace, talk with the local people, get to know about him.
Munshiganj - Mawa Highway
From Munshiganj start for Mawa, situated on the bank of river Padma
Spend the evening on the bank of the Padma and go for a short boat ride
Mawa - Dhaka Highway
Get back to Dhaka after sunset!!!
Land transportation during the whole trip with AC vehicle
Local Taxes and Service Charges
Necessary Entry Fees
Beverages (hard & Soda)
Personal Expenses like Telephone, Fax, Internet, Medicine, Insurance, Laundry, etc.
Items not mentioned in “What’s Included” part
Gratitude to Guide and Driver
Services not specifically mentioned in itinerary
Any International Airfare
Accommodations are planned on double occupancy basis or twin sharing basis
Mentioned trip price is calculated considering at least TWO (2) persons presence in the trip
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Traveling Bangladesh was really quite an experience of lifetime. Specially the people and their simple lifestyle up here were very pleasant to mingle with. Thanks to Interactive Bangladesh for this little bit of re-exploration. Thanks.