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With guests on the beach near Cox’s Bazar
With VIP, diplomatic, guests, at Ramu
With vvip guest in ,Sonargoan Panam City
Ahmedul Kabir, Superintendent of Police, Bangladesh Police
We are a small, highly motivated, group of younger, English speaking, British trained, Bangladeshis. All of us have an extensive knowledge of, and interest in, the history and heritage of the lands that are now Bangladesh; one of the youngest nations in the world, with one of the most ancient social, cutural and commercial histories.
With our own family origins from across the country, we are very familiar with most, probably all, potential destinations with their various fascinating places of interest, reflecting, visibly and tangibly, out very rich cultural, historic and economic heritage.
As far as possible, we increasingly seek, also, to engage those still living in those locations, to discover their homes as places where valuable careers can also be developed, rather than being forced, by circumstances, to migrate to increasingly impossible urban centres.
We, all of us, have experience of working, under the expert guidance of some of those who have supported this initiative, in planning and leading heritage experiences for guests from many countries.
These guests, we are proud to say, have included Ambassadors and High Commissioners, as well as senior INGO staff from such as UN agencies, UK Aid, and US Aid, as well is the families of those working here, inbound tourists, and bangladeshis interested in the fantastic heritage slowly being revealed.
Such experiences have varied in length from day trips to fourteen day trips.
Arranging suitable, comfortable and secure accomodation, and transportation are matters we have come to understand and appreciate, and make central to our work.
We are lucky enough, now, to be mentored by some experienced travellers, familiar with, and with great affection for all the parts and aspects of this fascinating country.
Amongst them, Robert W.Gibson CMG, an experienced diplomat and Asian traveller, recently retired UK High Commissioner to Bangladesh; and Tim Steel, former Head of Marketing, Jaguar Cars, and General Manager SONY UK and Eire, as well as Communications Advisor to both Forte and Sheraton Hotel groups, worldwide, major international airlines, and Highlands of Scotland Tourist Board. (A regular writer on Bangladesh heritage www.dhakatribune/heritage.com, and author of Bangladesh.The Silk Road Runs Through. and Ahmedul Kabir ,Superintendent of Bangladesh Police , Who once severd as a Commander of Cox,s Bazar Tourist Police and an avid travellers as well is always there for come toring