Bangladesh could be described as Asia’s last frontier of adventure. Here one must be traveler instead of tourist, willing to work hard, be uncomfortable and sometimes look fear in the face in exchange for those fleeting moments where the work seems worth it. But for those who are willing to step off the beaten path, this is where the elusive Bengal tiger roams massive mangrove forests. The biggest delta in the world creates waterways that connect cities and communities. Lush highlands and fragrant tea plantations cover northern hills. Ancient architecture brings history to life. This is a place of true adventure, raw and unexplored. One of the hardest places I have travelled was also one of the most rewarding. Thanks to Arranger Tours for hosting us while we produced this project together!