A group of national team members returned home on Tuesday after defeating in the first Test against Pakistan in Rawalpindi.
The rest of the players would come back to the country on Wednesday, a BCB official said.
This was Bangladesh's second phase of Pakistan tour which comprised with the first Test, also the part of the World Test Championship game.
Bangladesh, however, conceded a humiliating innings and 44-run defeat, making it their sixth straight Test defeat, amongst which five was by innings margin.
The Bangladesh team was originally scheduled to board the flight home from Pakistan tonight (Tuesday) but most of the players preferred not to stay an extra day and boarded the flight back home Monday night immediate after they lost the Test.
Taijul Islam, Rubel Hossain, Ebadot Hossain and Abu Jayed opted to stay back for one more day. They will be arriving tomorrow (Wednesday).
The Tigers are next scheduled to face Zimbabwe at home.
Bangladesh will play a lone Test, three ODIs and two T20Is against Zimbabwe, starting from February 22 before going to Pakistan in April for the third phase of their tour which is comprised with an ODI and second Test.