Epic Travel To The Worlds Longest Sea Beach!

Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh

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Tawhidur Rahman
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Jan 7 - 14, 2021
Group size: 1 - 200
Epic Travel To The Worlds Longest Sea Beach!
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh

Tawhidur Rahman
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$1100
Deposit: $20
Jan 7 - 14, 2021
Group size: 1 - 200

About this trip

There are a lot of hotels,   motels, and guest houses for tourists' accommodations and restaurants for having a variety of great food still there at around that time. But,  over the years Cox's Bazar has been transformed into a busy tourist city. It has more international visitors now than ever. The availability of more recreational facilities is attracting more tourists every year.

Cox's  Bazar has the world's largest unbroken sea beach which stretches more than 120 km. The entire beach is a stretch of golden sandy sea beach which is reachable by motorbike. The beach gets busy from November to early March. If you want to avoid the herd of both domestic and international tourists, then the best time to take a trip there would be between April and September, preferably April and June.  But, It's also suitable for other months or seasons.

Today,  it boasts of luxurious five-star and three-star hotels some of which are international chain hotels. There are numerous budget-friendly  modern hotels, motels, and guest houses at cheaper prices. The variety of  accommodation options and a wide array of restaurants available today  has made it a perfect base to explore magnificent beaches and other  natural beauty in and around Cox's Bazar.

Communication was not  that good even a decade ago, but today it is very well-connected by air  and road link with the capital of Bangladesh, Dhaka and the port city  Chittagong. There are high-class direct bus/coach services to and from  Dhaka and Chittagong. Going by bus or coach will allow you to explore  the stunning landscapes of Bangladesh.

So what Cox's Bazar has  got to offer? Simply everything if I have to answer in one sentence. The  120 km long golden sand beach is reachable by motorbike and that is  something that attracts tens of thousands of tourists from home and  abroad.

There are several beaches along this 120 km stretch of  golden sea beach in Cox's Bazar. The entire beach is is named  differently at different places, such as:
Laboni Beach ( the most crowded and festive beach because it is closer to the city centre)
Sughandha Beach (within Cox's Bazar city)
Himchari Beach (10 km south of Cox's Bazar city)
Inani Beach (30 km south of the city)
Technaf Beach (more than 70 km south of Cox's Bazar city)

Laboni  Beach is the busiest beach as it is closer to most of the hotels,  restaurants and other facilities in the city. There is a big market just  around the entrance of the beach with hundreds of stalls, selling a  wide array of products, including handmade clothes and crafts, pearls,  jewelleries and more. There are lots of fine restaurants that are  serving delicious seafood and local Bangladeshi dishes.

Himchari  is famous for not only the beautiful beach but also for the hills that  run alongside the beach. There are some small but wonderful waterfalls  in Himchari. This is a  nice place for having a picnic and  for  photo-shooting. There are many restaurants around serving delicious  seafood as well as other local Bangladeshi dishes. Prices are cheap too.  You can enjoy exploring small caves and climbing up the hills when you  visit Himchari. There is a natural park too that is worth visiting.

Inani  Beach is my most favourite sea beach in Cox's Bazar. The beach is wide,  clean and quiet and the water is blue. It is the best honeymoon  destination in Cox's Bazar. If you want some more privacy, quietness and  romantic environment this is the best beach for you. Inani Beach is an  ideal place for sea-bathing and a picnic. There are eco-cottages not far  away the beach if you love eco-tourism. There are many modern hotels on  Inani Beach, including 5 Star and budget friendly hotels.

The  wide sandy stunning beach in the backdrop of high hills covered by lush  green forests offers an enchanting scene that will fill your heart and  mind with absolute joy and delight. You may even come across elephants  and other animals in the hills.

I have been to all these beaches  many times. The entire beach is considerably wide and flat with gentle  slope towards the shore. It has been sandwiched between a long stretch  of low-lying hills and cliffs and the wavy water of the Bay of Bengal  that touches the entire beach throughout its 120 km.

Of course,  swimming in the clean, shark-free and wavy water is one of the top  attractions, you have ample of options to enjoy. The more you get to the  south, the more the water becomes blue. As you go further down south of  the city, you will come across many beautiful small canals that empty  into the Bay of Bengal. Watching the sun set is another favourite  activity. Strolling through the Burmese markets is fun too. Talking to  local people is a great way to meet and get to know local people.  Bangladeshis are extremely friendly, helpful and peace-loving people.

Driving  along the Marine Drive which stretches throughout the 120 km long sandy  sea beach is one of the most exciting ways to explore Cox's Bazar. You can drive down south of the city to Himchari beach and further down to  Inani beach. These two are the most visited beaches outside Cox's Bazar city area.

There are lots of wonderful tourist attractions near the city, but I have only talked about the beach in Cox's Bazar. If you love exploring beaches, eating, and trying new things, I promise Cox's  Bazar will not disappoint you.                                          

What’s included

  • Transport Costs
  • Breakfast + Dinner
  • Entertainment
  • Access Costs
    Access Costs To Any Travel Destination In Cox's Bazar.
  • Airport To Cox's Bazar
    This Package includes Dhaka To Cox's Bazar one way ticket (By Road Only)
  • WiFi
  • Flight Ticket
  • Insurance
  • Purchase Expenses
    We will not be responsible to pay your personal purchase expenses.

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