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Tea Leaf Tour # LTT/TLF/1003

In this tour you’ll find hundreds of green tea garden around the division. Yes, this is Sylhet which is the capital of Sylhet Division in Bangladesh. It lies on the banks of the Surma River in north-east Bangladesh. It is surrounded by tea estates, sub-tropical hills, rain forests and river valleys; the region is one of the leading tourist destinations in the country.
The Sylhet Division produces most of Bangladesh's tea yield and natural gas. It is also known for its cane, citrus and agar wood.  The city is served by the Osmani International Airport. It is connected to the Port of Chittagong by the road and the Bangladesh Railway. The Bangladesh-India border in Tamabil is located to the north of the city. 
Tour Code : LTT/TLF/1003
Tea Leaf Tour
06 Days / 05 Nights
Visiting Places: Dhaka, Moulavibazar (Srimongl), Sylhet & Sunamgonj
Day 01:
Upon arrival at Dhaka Int’l Airport, check in hotel and free time, dinner and overnight.
Day 02:
Early breakfast then move to Sylhet, on way lunch, after reach, check in hotel have fresh an up and half day Sylhet city tour like visit Shrine of Hazrat Shah Jalal and Shrine of Hazrat Shah Paran, dinner and overnight.
Day 03:
Early breakfast and move to Sunamgonj 70 km west of Sylhet and daylong sightseeing like Haors, river, bird enthusiast’s meantime lunch at local restaurant and back to Sylhet, dinner and overnight.
Day 04:
Early breakfast and move to Tamabil, 55 km from Sylhet (Bangladesh-Indian border) then move to Jaflang, lunch and visit Khashia Tribal Village, Tea Garden and Zero point and after back to hotel checkout free time till dinner and overnight.
Day 05:
Early breakfast, checkout and move to Srimongl then on way visit Madhabkunda Waterfall (the biggest waterfall in the country) Eco Park, Pineple Plantation, Lemon Arched and biggest tea garden tribal village, lunch and after reach Srimongl check in hotel free time dinner and overnight
Day 06: After breakfast checkout and move to Dhaka for departure on way visit 2nd World War Cemetery at Comolla and Sonargaon (the old Capital of Bangla).

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