Bangladesh's only beach resort is near the Myanmar border in an area where Rohingya refugees have settled to escape persecution in Myanmar. It has a Burmese Buddhist flavour and few amenities to service the visitors attracted by its enormous expanse of shark-free beach. Even modestly clad bathers, especially females, should expect to be gawked at by locals and Bangladeshi holidaymakers. Bangladeshi women who swim (they are a rare breed) do so in a flowing shalwar kameez. South of Cox's Bazar are more secluded beaches where having a swim can still be a private experience rather than a public spectacle. They include Himacheri Beach and Inani Beach. Note that the beaches are not considered entirely safe at night.
At the moment the road from Chittagong to Cox's Bazar is one of the worst in the country and still unfinished, but you can avoid it altogether by making your way from Dhaka to Chittagong, and then doing a short 20 minute flight from there. Alternatively buses go straight from Dhaka to Cox's Bazar, a distance of 370km (230mi).
St Martin Island
This small coral island about 10km (6mi) south-west of the southern tip of the mainland is a tropical cliché, with beaches fringed with coconut palms and bountiful marine life. There''s nothing more strenuous to do here than soak up the rays, but it''s a clean and peaceful place without even a mosquito to disrupt your serenity. It''s possible to walk around the island in a day because it measures only 8 sq km (3 sq mi), shrinking to about 5 sq km (2 sq mi) during high tide. Most of island''s 5500 inhabitants live primarily from fishing, and between October and April fisher people from neighbouring areas bring their catch to the island''s temporary wholesale market. A ferry leaves Teknaf for St Martin every day and takes around 3 hours. Getting to St. Martin''s is a three-step program. First you''ll need to fly or bus it down to Cox''s Bazar, and then catch a bus to Teknaf, which is right on the very tip of Bangladesh, sandwiched up against Myanmar. From Teknar, ferries run daily to St. Martin Island. The total distance from Dhaka to the island is 510km (316mi).
The nature has a lot of secrets and moods. Men love friendship may be nature also. To see the friendship of sky and see we will bring you Cox’s Bazar the largest unbroken sea breach of the world.
Day 01: DHAKA-COX’S BAZAR
Departure Dhaka for Cox’s Bazar by Private AC Van/ Air. Arrive Cox’s Bazar and transfer to Hotel, Beach Activities & Night Halt.
Day 02:COX’S BAZAAR-HIMCHORI-INANI
Drive from Cox's bazaar for Himchori and Inani all day Beach Activities and Shopping at cone and shell market and Night Halt.
Day 03: COX’S BAZAAR- MOHESHKHALI ISLAND
After breakfast start for Moheshkhali by speed boat full day enjoy the island life. Back to the hotel and Night halt.
Day 04: COX’S BAZAAR- TEKNAF-SAINTMARTIN ISLAND
Leave Cox’s Bazar for Teknaf. Arrive Taknaf & visit Mathin’s Kup, Shopping on Barmiz Market then start for Sainmartin Island( the coral island). Arrive Saintmartin, sight seeing and night halt at Saintmartin.
Day 05:SAINTMARTIN ISLAND - TEKNAF -COX’S BAZAR-DHAKA
After breakfast start by sea track for Teknaf. Arrive Teknaf and start for Cox’s Bazar. After lunch start for Dhaka By reserve van/air.
Price Per Person in USD Includes:
Arrival / departure transfers
Hotel accommodation on twin sharing basis with breakfast
Luxury Ac transport as per itinerary for sightseeing
All sightseeing with English speaking guides, entrance fees
Reconfirmation of flight ticket
Personal expenses, lunch & dinner, telephone calls, laundry, bar bill
**Please note: Muslim Meal would cost USD: 12(Per Person per Meal)