|Duration:||03 Days, 02 Nights|
|Attractions||Best Archaeological sites of Rajshahi Division|
|Area Covered||Rajshahi, Puthia, Kusumba, Paharpur, Mahasthangarh, Bogra, Sariakandi|
|Best Time||October - February|
|Availability:||Round the Year (except Saturday)|
|Upcoming Schedule||Click to view|
Compared to its neighbors, Bangladesh is a very small country. But still it has many impressive Archaeological Sites to visit. Most of them are located in Rajshahi Division, the north-western part of the country. In this tour you will visit the best archaeological sites of the Rajshahi division on the shortest possible time.
This tour will start with visiting the “Temple Village Puthia” where the highest number of historical temples are sited. After that visit “Kusumba Mosque”, a stunning stone-built mosque from medieval period. Continue to “Somapura Mahavihara”, the largest monastery south of Himalayas from 8th century and a “UNESCO World Heritage” site too. Last but not the least “Mahasthangarh”, the remaining of the ruined oldest known city of Bangladesh from 3rd century B.C. and ending up with experiencing the life on the “Char” (river island) of river Jamuna at Sariakandi.