Three Things to Experience in Bangladesh

The Sundarbans pic
The Sundarbans
Image: whc.unesco.org

Alicia Procello Maddox, president at the Avery Dennison Foundation in Glendale, California, is proud to invest in philanthropic initiatives around the world. She is always looking to improve lives and widen prospects for those in need. In 2014, Alicia Procello Maddox and her company traveled to Bangladesh to oversee the funding of an NGO that granted scholarships and life skills training to young people from low-income areas. Bangladesh itself is a treasure trove of new experiences and culture. Here are three experiences that cannot be missed:

1. The Sundarbans: This expansive mangrove forest houses over 400 Royal Bengal Tigers, the last of their kind. Visitors can experience a once-in-a-lifetime safari for only around $30, which is a huge bargain, considerig what wildlife awaits.

2. Srimangal: For tea enthusiasts, this area in the northeast is covered in lush green tea gardens, and a distinct lack of crowds. A calming locale, it’s perfect for bike riding and sightseeing, with the Hamham waterfalls nearby.

3. Cox’s Bazar. With the distinction of being the longest sea beach in the world, this paradise is nearly 75 miles long, and also offers religious sites for history buffs. Many resorts have their own private sections of beach to help avoid large crowds.

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Author: Alicia Procello Maddox

Alicia Procello Maddox serves as president of the Avery Dennison Foundation at the Avery Dennison Corporation.

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