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Foreign tour operators or NGO selling Bangladesh

A number of foreign tour operators include Bangladesh as a tourist destination.
The profiles of these companies often include concepts of sustainable travel and development. Likewise these foreign compagnies generally present Bangladesh as a fairly undiscovered tourist destination as well as a country with developing problems, natural beauty and interesting cultural life. In this way the tourist information is frequently trying to improve the potential tourist’s knowledge and understanding of the contemporary Bangladeshe society and culture.
Several of these foreign tours tour operators are further more able to offer the tourist close direct interaction with the Bangladeshi society via. volunteer work, field study trips or visits to NGO projects, traditional companies and villages.

Be inspired at:

Grace Tours (Denmark)
UNITAS rejser (Denmark)

Exodus UK (UK)
Saddle Skedaddle (UK)
Undiscovered Destinations (UK)
World wide helpers (UK)
Explore UK (UK)

Thurgau Travel (Switzerland)

Experience Bangladesh (USA)
Adventure Center (USA)
Remote Lands (USA)

Asian Paciffic Adventures (Canada)
CAP Adventure (Canada)

Intrepid Travel (Australia)

This article is written by Majbritt Thomsen, administrator on ‘Views On Tourism’.

There are so many visionary people and valuable resources related to a sustainable tourism development in Bangladesh. If these forces are united great things will happen – both on grass root, private sector and at government level.
Please join the online Views On Tourism network and discussion group in order to achieve personal goals as well as encourage a sustainable tourism development in Bangladesh. Read more about this group and how to become a member here.

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