Explore Bangladesh on authentic wooden boats (CONTIC Boat)

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Boats have been a way of life in riverine Bangladesh for thousands of years. Nestled between India, Nepal and Myanmar, and located in the low-lying Ganges-Brahmaputra River Delta, Bangladesh is one of the last destinations for travellers that have remained untouched. The Ganges unites with the Jamuna and later joins the Meghna to eventually empty into the Bay of Bengal. Here the blend of freshwater and saltwater gives rise to the world’s largest mangrove forest, the Sundarbans, the home of the Royal Bengal tiger. You can sail down these waters with ease anytime between October and March.

River Cruises (Sundarban)

Cruises Types Price/Person Price/Child Required Person (Min-Max) Pick up Time Drop off time
B613 (Sundarban)

December to January

4 Days 3 Nights $750 $650 6-12 Depends Depends
3 Days 3 Nights $680 $580 6-12 Depends Depend
  • It also includes air and road transport, all food and beverages and taxes and duties for the Sundarban.
  • 1 USD = BDT 84 or present conversion rate.
  • The B613 our traditional Malar boat, has 6 cabins (2 double beds and 4 twin bed), 2 toilets and 2 showers, a 15m teak deck and 250Sqm of doubles sails.

If you would like to have the boat exclusively then you have to pay for 12 persons for Sunderban trip.

Payment Terms: In order to confirm booking Full advance deposit is required or we will require 50% at least 2 weeks prior to the cruise date and the rest payments before the start of the trip.

If you would like to reschedule the DATE , CHANGE the number of persons or something else pls let us know 2 weeks working days prior of cruise otherwise we won’t be responsible for any mismanagement.

Cancelation Charges: If customer cancels his trip before two weeks before the trip 20% of the tariff would be deducted. One week prior to the trip 40% will be deducted from the total.

Disclaimer:

CONTIC reserves the right to cancel or amend any tour for reasons of weather, passenger safety, political or other mechanical disorder, or Act of God. CONTIC reserves the right to refuse or debar any passenger. We may at our discretion cancel any tour or change the route or terminate passengers booking, in the event of illness or incompatible behavior. The aforesaid passenger/s will not be entitled to any refund.

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User Rating
5 based on 2 votes
Service Type
Explore Bangladesh on authentic wooden boats
Provider Name
Cheetra Eco Tours.
Area
Bangladesh
Description
Boats have been a way of life in riverine Bangladesh for thousands of years. Nestled between India, Nepal and Myanmar, and located in the low-lying Ganges-Brahmaputra River Delta, Bangladesh is one of the last destinations for travellers that have remained untouched. The Ganges unites with the Jamuna and later joins the Meghna to eventually empty into the Bay of Bengal. Here the blend of freshwater and saltwater gives rise to the world’s largest mangrove forest, the Sundarbans, the home of the Royal Bengal tiger. You can sail down these waters with ease anytime between October and March.
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