|Duration:||03 Days, 02 Nights|
|Attractions||8th Century Buddhist Monastery, and 3rd Century B.C. City|
|Area Covered||Bogra, Mahasthangarh, Paharpur, Sariakandi|
|Best Time||October - February|
|Availability:||Round the Year (except Sunday)|
|Upcoming Schedule||Click to view|
Among the whole Indian Subcontinent, Somapura Mahavihara is the largest and best known Buddhist Monastery from 8th century, and is the most impressive archaeological sites in Bangladesh and an UNESCO World Heritage site too. On the other hand Mahasthangarh is the earliest urban archaeological site so far discovered in Bangladesh. Its contains the remains of an ancient city which was known as Pundranagara from 3rd century B.C. The fortified area was in use till 18th century AD.
In this tour, we will take you to visit “Somapura Mahavihara” and “Mahasthangarh” to know the ancient civilizations and their history in Bangladesh. You will also get a chance to visit the “Chars” (river island) of Jamuna in Sariakandi, where you can observe the simple life of people living there.