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Tourists spot

Sundarbans set to reopen for tourists 1 Sept

After nearly five months of closure due to the Covid restrictions, the forest department is reopening the Sundarbans, the world's largest mangrove forest and a Unesco World Heritage Site, on 1 ...

A herd of deer in the Sundarbans

Dark days for tourism in the City of Light

Few tourists are gazing at the Mona Lisa or wandering the streets of Paris this summer, dashing hopes that the top tourist destination would see brighter days after last year's pandemic-linked ...

Dark days for tourism in the City of Light

Tourism counts Tk 2.5 billion in losses over Eid

Government and private tourism establishments estimate that this Eid the losses have crossed Tk 2.5 billion

Patenga seaside wears a vacant look duing the restrictions for coronavirus this Eid. 21 July 2021

Over twenty horses starve to death in Cox's Bazar

More than 20 horses have died of starvation in just one month at Bangladesh's most popular resort district, the animals' owners said Sunday, as the country's tourism industry reels from the ...

Over twenty horses starve to death in Cox's Bazar

Lockdown causes Tk10bn loss for tourism in Cox’s Bazar

Among the affected businesses, the hotels and restaurants incurred more than half of the estimated loss

Tourist Police put a barricade at the entrance of Cox's Bazar beach

'Covid-19 spreading mostly from public transport and tourist spots'

Novel coronavirus is mostly spreading from public transport, prayer houses, public gathering and tourist centres, according to a government document.

'Covid-19 spreading mostly from public transport and tourist spots'

Bill tabled to make registration of tour operators, guides mandatory

'The Bangladesh Tour Operators and Tour Guides (Registration and Operation) Bill, 2021' was placed in Parliament on Saturday, making it mandatory for tour operators and guides to get registered

Bill tabled to make registration of tour operators, guides mandatory

Covid-19

Cox’s Bazar sea beach closed till 14 April

Amid the recent surge of coronavirus infection across the country, the district administration has declared all leisure centres including the Cox’s Bazar sea beach closed until 14 April.

Cox’s Bazar sea beach closed till 14 April

Covid 19: Movement of tourist ships on Teknaf-St. Martin's route suspended

Movement of all tourist ships on Teknaf-St. Martin's Island route has been suspended in the wake of fresh surge in Covid-19 cases.

Covid 19: Movement of tourist ships on Teknaf-St. Martin's route suspended
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