World Longest, Unbroken and Sandy Sea Beach & Island Tour (Cox’s Bazar and St. Martins)

5 Days & 4 Nights

Start From: Taka per Person

Cox’s Bazar, the world’s longest natural sandy sea beach with its incredible 125 km length, and most visited tourist destinations in Bangladesh. It is also a modern town; well known fishing port and a district headquarter in Bangladesh.It is a district in the Chittagong Division of Bangladesh near the border of Myanmar. The town is located 150 kilometer south of Chittagong. Due to lack of development, publicity and mismanagement; the spot has so far to become a most desirable international tourist destination in Asia. Cox’s Bazar now is competing to get top for “New7Wonders of Nature”.

The modern Cox Bazar gained its name from British-Indian Captain Hiram Cox in the 18th century. He was an officer of British East India Company. He did several social works here as the Superintendent of Palongkee outpost before he died in 1799. The works he had done made him a place in the hearts of the locals. As a result, to commemorate Cox’s role in social work a market was established here and named after him as “Cox’s Bazaar” (”Cox’s Market”) with time it turn as Cox’s Bazar.

Day 1:
Leave Dhaka by overnight public bus or reserved car to Cox’s Bazar.

Day 2:
Arrival and check-in to hotel and rest. After lunch Sightseeing in Himchari and Inani beach. Overnight stay in Cox’s Bazar.

Day 3:
Full day sightseeing and overnight stay in Cox’s Bazar.

Day 4:
After breakfast cruise to St. Martin’s island and check-in to hotel. Rest of the day at leisure to explore the island. Overnight on St. Martin’s Island. Over night in St Martins Island.

Day 5:
Return to Dhaka.