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Village Homestay in Bangladesh

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Price $181 2 Days
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Village Homestay in Bangladesh

$181 per person

Experience genuine Bangladeshi warmth and hospitality

Village Homestay in Bangladesh is more than just a vacation; it is an opportunity to learn about the local culture and way of life. Imagine living in a traditional house in the countryside while enjoying a laid-back lifestyle and plenty of fresh air. Unlike an ordinary holiday, the homestay excursion whisks visitors off to an oasis of tranquillity and rustic charm.

More than eighty per cent of Bangladesh’s population lives in rural areas. Therefore, the Bangladeshi homestay is unique and offers profound insight and a rare opportunity to explore the rural community’s authentic charms in a traditional setting. Your accommodation will be in a traditional farming village with a local family. The family that participates in the homestay programme are carefully selected and comply with the strict guidelines set by our organization. Savour local hospitality and participate in delightful activities that have been lined up – harvesting or planting crops, fishing, swimming in the river, visiting local schools, cycling/ boating around the villages, visiting local bazars and playing traditional games.

Village homestay can also be incorporated with any other trips in different regions of Bangladesh. Some homestays are tucked away in the hinterland, while others are in the neighbourhood of major towns and easily accessible. For instance, the Narsingdi and Narayangonj homestay villages are only about an hour or two drive from the capital city of Dhaka.

Every homestay village presents a different and remarkable experience. Visitors to Narsingdi and Narayangonj can have delightful experiences of beautiful landscapes, diverse agriculture and farmer’s life, famous textiles, local crafts and savouring tropical fruits and fresh vegetables dishes besides fish and meat items. During a stay at Narsingdi and Narayangonj, visitors can make a day trip to the first capital of Bengal in Sonargaon and Panam Nagar, along with a boat trip on the Meghna river.

There are always many things to do or learn in the homestay village. The Villagers will eagerly invite you to join in their daily activities, and you will soon feel that the enthusiasm is infectious! Harvesting local crops, visiting fish farms or learning how to make traditional delicacies are only a splash of the many things that await your arrival. Brush up on your Bangla language with the children or indulge in traditional pastimes such as kite-flying and top spinning. Local cottage industries and weavings are other enjoyable pursuits of the area. Folk music is famous and spread all over Bangladesh; evening cultural music performances can be arranged to entertain visitors.

A homestay program is suitable for all types of visitors, be it families, students or senior citizens. The simplicity of rural village life and the engaging pastimes that are found here will create a unique and memorable excursion. Experience genuine Bangladeshi warmth and let the homespun hospitality work its charm!

Our homestay arrangements are as diverse as the local culture and can also be found in Barishal, Patuakhali, Bagerhat, Morrelgonj, Mongla, Nijhoom Dwip, Rajshahi, Nawgaon, Bogra, Paharpur, Kurigram, Srimongal and Sylhet area. Which you can easily incorporate with any other trip.

This itinerary is based on the families in Narsingdi and Narayangonj.

 

  • Basic Plan
  • $ 181
    Per-person trip price starts from
    • 1 PAX – $315
    • 2 PAX – $211
    • 4 PAX – $181
  • Destination
  • Departure
    Please arrive by 9:15 AM for a prompt departure at 9:30 AM.
  • Departure Time
    Approximately 8:30 PM.
  • Return Time
    Early in the evening
  • Dress Code
    Casual, comfortable athletic clothing, closed shoes, hat. Warm jacket during the winter (November to February). Raincoat/ umbrella during the rainy season (May to August). Full sleeves are always necessary while visiting any religious place, mosque, temple, church or a trip during Ramadan.
  • Included
    AC vehicle with experienced chauffeur for sightseeing and transfers
    Accommodation in twin sharing basis as per itinerary
    All entrance fees and local permits
    All Museum Tickets
    All rickshaw/ cycle / boat / local transports
    Bottled water, soft drinks and seasonal fruits during the sightseeing
    Dinner
    Expert English-Speaking Guide
    Local guide/ escort/ experts/ academics
    Lunch
    Trip as per itinerary
    Typical Souvenir
  • Not Included
    All air, bus, train and launch tickets as per itinerary
    Any activity not mentioned in the itinerary.
    Gratuities
    Personal expenses
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Day 1: Departure from Dhaka for Homestay village
Leave Dhaka (8 AM) in the morning by a reserved vehicle and reach the village within 2 hours. Upon arrival, meet and greet by the host family with a cup of tea. After having some rest, your guide will take you on a walk around the village. You will meet the local people and enjoy their daily agricultural activities. Freshly prepared lunch will be served around 1 PM. Late in the afternoon, your guide will offer you a scenic walk through the village along with a visit to a nearby haat (weekly village market) to experience busyness & crowdedness. Having a cup of tea from a local tea stall of the haat can be an experience, you may feel like a world-famous celebrity, as the local hasn't seen many foreigners in their life. Continue exploring the area by cycling or by rickshaw. Dinner and overnight stay with the family.
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Day 2: Exploring village and around
You may take part in the breakfast preparation with the host family in the morning. You may join ongoing agricultural activities with a farmer if you are interested. You may go for cycling around or fishing in a pond. Visiting a local school is interesting to have an impression about rural education and development. After lunch with the family, you will start your return to Dhaka. All meals are prepared by the local family according to your taste and spice habit. There will be plenty of bottled mineral water for you, and the family will set up a mosquito net on your bed. Your accompanying guide will ensure your safety and well-being.

Tour Location

Dhaka, Narsingdi, Narayanganj
 
 

Comments:

  • Alan Thomas

    February 19, 2019 at 11:34 am

    Two weeks in Bangladesh
    Feb 2019 • Couples
    We contacted Royal Bengal Tours for assistance with arranging tickets for the Rocket launch to Morrelganj, at the edge of the Sundarbans, with a transfer to Sadarghat in Dhaka for the start of the Journey and for a homestay in Morrelganj. Jewel and his colleagues provided excellent advice regarding the options for the type of launch and accommodation on board, arranged the homestay and provided guidance regarding other accommodation options available. We were met at Dhaka airport with the launch tickets and provided with detailed contact information and schedules. A transfer had also been arranged. The support and communication from Royal Bengal was excellent throughout and we would recommend them to anyone planning a trip to Bangladesh.

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