Bangladesh as a vacation destination has numerous aspects. Archaeological sites, mosques, and historical monuments, as well as resorts, beaches, picnic places, woods, and animals, are among the tourist attractions. Angling, water skiing, river cruising, hiking, rowing, surfing, sailing, and sea bathing are all available in Bangladesh, as well as intimate touch with Mother Nature. She is also home to a diverse range of animals and game birds.
- Sundarbans — The world’s biggest mangrove forest is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Cox’s Bazar — The world’s longest continuous natural sea-sand beach.
- St. Martins Island — The only coral island in Bangladesh.
- Mowdok Mual – The country’s highest point.
- Nafa-khum Waterfall – The country’s biggest waterfall, as well as a popular spot for rafting on local boats.
- Lawachara National Park – IUCN category V protected landscape, a tropical forest of Bangladesh.
- Padma River – One of the most important rivers in the nation.
If you arrive at a historic landmark after it has closed for the day, you may “pay” a security officer a “late change charge” to allow you inside the site as soon as possible.