KATHMANDU & POKHRA Tour: Pokhara Valley is the second-largest valley in the hilly region of Nepal. It lies in the western part of the Nepal. The cities of Pokhara and Lekhnath are in the valley. It is located in the Gandaki zone, 203 kilometres (126 mi) west of Kathmandu Valley. The city of Pokhara is one of the major cities of Nepal, and like Kathmandu Valley, is extremely vulnerable to earthquakes due to its clay soil and liquefaction potential.Learn More
Day 01: Fly to Delhi via Kolkata. Sightseeing, Dinner and night stay Delhi.Learn More
Day 02: Fly to Srinagar. Shikra Ride, Dinner and night stay.
Day 03: Gulmarg Sightseeing, Dinner and night stay.
Day 04: Pahalgam Sightseeing, Dinner and night stay.
Day 05: Fly to Kolkata. Dinner and night stay Delhi.
Day 06: Fly to Dhaka.
Day 01: Fly to Kolkata and night stay Kolkata.Learn More
Day 02: Fly to Port Blair (Andaman). Sightseeing, Dinner night stay.
Day 03: Sightseeing to North Bay, Ross Island, Viper Island. Dinner night stay.
Day 04: Sightseeing to Havelock Island. Dinner night stay.
Day 05: Fly back to Dhaka.
Day 01: Fly to Bali Sightseeing & Overnight stay at Bali.Learn More
Day 02: Full day Sightseeing & Overnight stay at Bali.
Day 03: Fly to Kuala Lumpur & Overnight stay at Kuala Lumpur.
Day 04: Full day Gengting trip & Overnight stay at Kuala Lumpur.
Day 05: Half day City tour & fly back Dhaka.
Get an up-close look at the history and the landmarks of the Mughal Empire during this day trip from Delhi to Agra. Visit the iconic Taj Mahal--India's most stunning homage to love, and learn how this Wonder of the World was built by Shah Jahan for his Mumtaz. Make a stop at Agra Fort, and learn about the 16th century Mughal monument from your guide.Learn More
The global city of Dubai is the largest in the United Arab Emirate, with tourism and a western-style business model driving its revenue. Dubai boasts cutting-edge building projects, some of the world’s tallest skyscrapers and first class resorts. The Burj Khalifa, currently the tallest building in the world, affords visitors an almost surrealistic view of the city from the observation decks on the 124th and 148th floorsLearn More
n the 6th century BC Persians ruled the city and than Alexander the Great took it over after 4th century BC, which was a peaceful period until the 2nd century BC.Learn More
In 193 AD Roman emperor Septimus Severus conquered the city and it remained under the Roman rule until 4th century AD, when emperor Constantine the Great made Byzantium the capital of entire Roman Empire and gave it his name: Constantinople, and Eastern Roman Empire was called Byzantine Empire after 5th century. The city was built on seven hills, like Rome.
Early Byzantine emperors filled their city with the treasures of the ancient world, especially between 4th and 6th centuries with a population exceeded half a million. In 532 during the reign of Justinian I, riots destroyed the city. But it was rebuilt and outstanding structures such as Hagia Sophia stand as monuments to the golden age of Byzantines.
Cairo is the capital of Egypt and the largest city in the Middle-East and second-largest in Africa after Lagos. Its metropolitan area is the 13th largest in the world. Located near the Nile Delta, it was founded in 969 CE. Alexandria is Egypt's second largest city (3.5 million people), its largest seaport and the country's window onto the Mediterranean Sea. It's a faded shade of its former glorious cosmopolitan self, but still worth a visit for its many cultural attractions and still-palpable glimpses of its past.Learn More
BDT 54,999.00Description : Phuket is one of the southern provinces (changwat) of Thailand. It consists of the island of Phuket, the country's largest island, and another 32 smaller islands off its coast. It lies off the west coast of Thailand in the Andaman Sea. Learn More
BDT 48,999.00Description : Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur has many interesting attractions; like Merdeka Square, Chinatown, Petronas Twin Towers and much more. Langkawi is a serene archipelago of 140 islands – only a few of which are inhabited. The largest of these is the eponymous Langkawi Island, which has UNESCO World Geopark status because of its richly populated (by wildlife, that is) conservation areas. Learn More