The Ganges delta is formed by the confluence of the Ganges (local name Padma or Pôdda), Brahmaputra (Jamuna or Jomuna), and Meghna rivers and their respective tributaries. The Ganges unites with the Jamuna (main channel of the Brahmaputra) and later joins the Meghna, finally flowing into the Bay of Bengal. Bangladesh has 57 trans-boundary rivers, making the resolution of water issues politically complicated, in most cases, as the country is a lower riparian state to India
Meeting and greeting at the airport and transfer to hotel. Overnight stay at the hotel.
After breakfast transfer to the Dhaka central boat station to take the Barisal bound boat/Cruise for Barisal (Barisal is called a land of rivers, it is also trade centre, most notably for rice, jute, and fish, about 73 miles (117 km) to the north, Chittagong, to the southeast, and Khulna, to the southwest). Enjoy the beauty of Ganges-Brahmaputra delta crossing and all small and big rivers in the country side of people’s daily life activities. Boat will pass the Dhaka riverside area with most of the business, followed by crossing big rivers, brick factories, people ferry boat, fishing with nets, beautiful nature and landscapes etc. Later go for a brief city tour of Barisal by local tuk-tuk or rickshaw to see the everyday life, old part of the town, local markets, city centre etc. Visit Oxford Mission church (Built in 1895AD, is an Anglican church in Barisal, a southern city in Bangladesh. It is one of the oldest and arguably the second largest church in Asia.) Overnight stay at the hotel.
After breakfast, drive to Banaripara (Banaripara pourashava stands on the Shandhya. River erosion is a matter of concern for this area). Take a boat to visit the morning floating markets (In these areas, they are mostly selling seasonal vegetables and fruits on the boat. Hundred of boats are come to buy and sell fruits and vegetables). Also visit the local villages, rice processing fields etc. Cruise all around this area to explore the farming activity, visiting local markets and many more. Disembark from the boat and drive to Khulna, En route visit Bagerhat UNESCO World heritage site (It is also known as Mosque city dated from 15 AD, beautiful architecture, brick designs, small and big domes make the sites one of the most impressive in the country) Later visit the mighty 60 dome mosque & surroundings (It is considered as the most impressive Islamic monument in south east Asia. This Turkish design mosque unique for its design and decorations). Also experience the reciting of Quran inside the most by a local Imam. Enjoy the walking tour to the Shrine of Khan Zahan Ali (who is the founder of this region), followed by the 09 domed mosque, and some other mosque nearby. Later proceed for Mongla. Upon arrival board the boat/Cruise for Sundarbans (It is a mangrove area in the delta formed by the confluence of the Ganges, Brahmaputra and Meghna Rivers in the Bay of Bengal. It spans from the Hooghly River in India's state of West Bengal to the Baleswar River in Bangladesh.) Overnight stay in Cruise.
Before Sunrise take the local boat going deep inside the cannels to enjoy the forest,its vegetation and the bird life. It’s one of the inspiring places on earth where you get the silence with mangrove vegetation and birds singing. Later head towards Kotka with the morning High Tide. Afternoon walk to the Kotka and Jamtola beach (This beach is one of the beautiful tourist spots among the entire Sundarbans where one can do a jungle trail along with night stay to enjoy its beauty). Sail out from Kotka in evening. After vessel drop anchor at Tambulbunia around midnight. Overnight stay in the cruise inside the Forest of Sundarbans.
After Breakfast start cruising towards Mongla (The Port of Mongla is the second busiest seaport of Bangladesh. It is located in Bagerhat District in the southwestern part of the country; and lies 62 kilometres north of the Bay of Bengal coastline). Also visit the forest office of karamjol (it is considered as the world's largest mangrove forest and one of the last remaining habitats for tigers) and the Dolphin hotspot. Later visit the fishermen villages. Afternoon, transfer to the Jessroe airport to connect flight for Dhaka. Overnight stay at the hotel.
After Breakfast start Cultural adventure tour in Dhaka city with Karan Bazar (wholesale vegetable market and fish market, which is the best part to see the morning rush hours and lots of photography activities). Then proceed for Parliament house (It was designed while the country was still part of a Pakistan by architect Louis Kahn, the complex is one of the largest legislative complexes in the world). Visit the Historical Lalbag fort (It is an incomplete 17th-century Mughal fort complex that stands before the Buriganga River in the southwestern part of Dhaka, Bangladesh. The construction was started in 1678 AD by Mughal Subahdar Muhammad Azam Shah, who was son of Emperor Aurangzeb and later emperor himself. His successor, Shaista Khan, did not continue the work, though he stayed in Dhaka up to 1688.) and Dhaka University (It is the oldest university in Bangladesh. On the first day of July 1921 the University of Dhaka opened its doors to students with Sir P.J. Hartog as the first Vice-Chancellor of the University in British Raj, it has made significant contributions to the modern history of Bangladesh.) Also visit Curzon Hall (Home of the Faculty of Sciences at the University of Dhaka. The building was originally intended to be a town hall and is named after Lord Curzon, the Viceroy of India who laid its foundation stone in 1904.). Later drive to old past of Dhaka and visit the Pink palace (It was the official residential palace and seat of the Nawab of Dhaka. The building is situated at Kumartoli along the banks of the Buriganga River. It is constructed in the Indo-Saracenic Revival architecture). Transfer to the airport to connect flight for onward destination.