The Tea Gardens of Bangladesh

Colors of Bangladesh (credit: Nabeel Atique)

Dates: December 28th, 2019 to January 3rd, 2020 (6 nights lodging)

Amtali Nature Reserve – your home in Srimangal! (credit: Amtali Nature Resort)

Cost: $1500 per person (double occupancy) (no single supplement)


Lodging at Amtali Nature Resort, Srimangal (6 nights)

2 hours of Yoga everyday (for accompanying non-yogis $150 off the rate)

All meals

Transport from Dhaka to Srimangal (180 km)

Hiking at Lowachara National Park

Hiking and boat ride at Madhobpur Lake

Tea Garden Tour and Tea Tasting (including 7 layered tea)

Visit a local waterfall and indigenous village

CONTACT: to book or for more information

Nabeel Atique has been doing yoga since 1997. He is a 500 hour ERYT (Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher). Both his 200 hour and 300 hour trainings have been through YogaWorks. He is also trained to teach Yin Yoga. He has taught yoga in the United States, Colombia, Argentina, Bangladesh and Antarctica. He teaches with special emphasis on injury prevention and rejuvenation. His classes are fun and his expertise ranges from Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa Flow to a more grounded Yin Yoga practice. He also teaches Gentle and Beginner Yoga.

Local Music and Tea Gardens (credit: Amtali Nature Resort)

Nabeel speaks 6 languages. He was born in Bangladesh and is fluent in Bengali. He has been living in the San Francisco Bay Area for the last several years. This yoga retreat will be led 100% by him and will not be outsourced. Come discover the magic of yoga and the magic of Bangladesh with Nabeel.

Clockwise from top: Greece, Vatican, Cambodia and Argentina

About Amtali Nature Resort: Amtali is located just on the outskirts of Srimangal in the Sylhet district of Bangladesh. It is in a Tea Plantation and also in a forested region inhabited by plenty of local wildlife.

Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh is a short 2 hour flight from Bangkok. Other convenient connections can be made via Singapore, Hong Kong, Dubai and London.

United States citizens and citizens of several countries can get a visa on arrival taking any tedious paperwork out of the way.

Clockwise from top: France, Antarctica, Patagonia, Drake Passage, Bangladesh

You can book this exclusive trip by contacting us through the “Contact” tab at the top or by emailing

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I am a wanderer, yoga teacher, math teacher and overall adventurer. I have a strong love for Latin America and have been traveling there for almost 16 years. I speak fluent Spanish so that certainly helps me make strong connections. Follow me on my latest adventure through Latin America and other continents. I hope you find my writings inspiring...and may be you'll be where I am and you can take a yoga class with me.

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