Photography tour in Bangladesh is very important for international photographer. Best places for photography in Bangladesh Dhaka, Barisal and Srimangal.
Photography Tour for 11 days
Day-1: Visit Sadarghat in the afternoon, it will include Badam Toli ghat and Babu Bazar bridge to make photos on the bridge looking down on the river and around that area. Overnight at hotel in Dhaka.
Day-2: Start very early in the morning to be at Kawan Bazar by 06:30 at the latest. At Trejgaon train station, you will get a chance to go onto a train or to photograph people sitting on top of a train. You have to wait for train schedule. Overnight at hotel in Dhaka.
Day-3: Visit to the island include the ship / launch repair yards to take photographs. We can try to find out people dyeing on materials. Overnight at hotel in Dhaka.
Day-4: You may see pottery village or leave, then we take you to photo laborers carrying coal above their heads and other laborers carrying and unloading things from ships and boats. Night journey by launch to Barisal. About 10 hours journey.
Day 5 -7: During this time in the Barisal backwaters, start very early in the morning to make photos as the sun is rising over the backwaters and of the floating markets and the life of people on the waterways. You can see local village people, village life, farmers, schools and people working in the fields and in small industries around the rivers. Overnight at hotel in Barisal.
Best Photography in Bangladesh
Day 8-11: Start photography people working in the tea plantations and tribal people, villages and to photograph these local people and their daily lives. Overnight at hotel in Srimangal.
Day-12: Drive to Dhaka for departure. Tour ends.
Tour Price Option Below
|Economy- USD $||Standard- USD $|
|1 person- 1000||2000|
|2 persons- 800 (Each)||1500 (Each)|
|Included: Local transport, tour guide, 2 star level hotel, entry fee. Excluded: Food and personal expense.||Included: reserved transport, tour guide, 3 star level hotel, Food and entry fee. Excluded: Personal expense.|