Explore Bangladesh on authentic wooden boats

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.

Contic offers you a chance to explore Bangladesh on authentic wooden boats that not only give life to a fading tradition of the ancient river boat capital of the world, but also provide an ecologically sound way to discover the natural sights of the country. Our boats bring you the charm and beauty of the ancient with the conveniences and comforts of the modern. Since our founding in 1997, we have been dedicated to excellence of service and the concept of ecotourism. Whether you want to get away from the madding crowd of the city and breathe fresher air, or simply experience the sights and sounds of Old Dhaka, Contic will take you on a trip that you won’t forget.

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