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The Nijhum Dwip – the Second Largest Mangrove Forest in Bangladesh

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Dhaka, 2 May, 2021: The Nijhum Dwip (Silent Island), a beautiful small island, belongs to Hatia Upazila of Noakhali district in Bangladesh and is located adjoining the Bay of Bengal. The Island has sea on three sides and the estuary of the Meghna River on the other side. Among the mangrove forests, Nijhum Island is […]

COVID-19 and domestic tourism development in Bangladesh

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Dhaka, 27 April, 2021: Today, September 27, is World Tourism Day (WTD). About 159 member countries of the World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) celebrate this day every year to foster awareness on the importance of tourism in terms of cultural, social, environmental and economic perspectives. Two African cities namely Djibouti and Addis Ababa have been selected […]

10 Ways to Be an Eco-Conscious Tourist

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Dhaka, 8 April, 2021: There is some irony to writing an article about travel at a time when no one's really traveling at all, but there will come a time – hopefully before too long – when we'll be adventuring once again. Not only will it be wonderful for our minds, bodies, and souls, but […]

The natural haven

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Dhaka, 29 March, 2021: Endowed with the blessings and abundance of nature, the terrain of Bangladesh is one of the liveliest territories on the earth. With more than 10 per cent of the country covered with forest, Bangladesh contains greater biodiversity than that of many countries taken together. Few countries in the world can match […]

Sreemangal tourism on the mende

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Dhaka, 6 March, 2021: Tourism in Sreemangal upazila of Moulvibazar has started to bounce back after suffering massive losses from the coronavirus pandemic that has affected almost all sectors of the economy. Traders in the area are very pleased with the increasing number of tourists and believe that business in the sector will continue to […]

Energising tourism for a Bay of Bengal community

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Dhaka, 2 February, 2021: The Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC), an organisation of the littoral countries of the bay, envisions to develop a Bay of Bengal community through strengthening economic cooperation and enhancing interaction among the people in the sub-region. Tourism is one of the 14 priority sectors in […]

OP-ED: Eco-tourism: An opportunity for Bangladesh

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Dhaka, 10 January, 2020: It presents an opportunity to both protect the environment and expand Bangladesh’s tourism industry. The 2020 edition of World Tourism Day, which was celebrated on September 27 with the theme of  “Tourism and Rural Development,” is to celebrate the unique role that tourism plays in providing opportunities outside of big cities […]

Ecotourism in Bangladesh, travel, tourism

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Dhaka, 23 December, 2020: Bangladesh is a country filled with natural wonders and untouched reserves and home to a variety of unique and magnificent creatures. With hills, valleys, forests, beaches, lakes and rivers, ecotourism in Bangladesh is ideal. Although this is still a relatively new form of tourism in Bangladesh, ecotourism is on the rise and […]

Sundarbans reopens to tourists after 7 months

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Dhaka, 16 November, 2020: 700-800 visitors enter the Sundarbans on 16-17 ships on the first day of reopening File Photo (Collected) The Sundarbans, a Unesco World Heritage Site, reopened its door to tourists on Sunday after a seven-month closure because of the ongoing pandemic. On the first day of reopening, 700-800 visitors entered the world's largest […]

OP-ED: Eco-tourism: An opportunity for Bangladesh

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Dhaka, 7 October, 2020: It presents an opportunity to both protect the environment and expand Bangladesh’s tourism industry The 2020 edition of World Tourism Day, which was celebrated on September 27 with the theme of  “Tourism and Rural Development,” is to celebrate the unique role that tourism plays in providing opportunities outside of big cities […]

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