The Bangladesh cricket team will be touring New Zealand later this month soon after their series against Windies ends. They will play three ODIs and three T20Is there.
Bangladesh will be flying to New Zealand on February 24, confirmed BCB's chairman of cricket operations, Akram Khan.
"New Zealand Cricket gave us two options, we chose the option B. Players will most probably be leaving on 24th," said Akram.
Akram Khan also confirmed that there will be no training camp for the cricketers here in Bangladesh for the tour. They will begin their practice in New Zealand after they complete their 14-day quarantine there.
"There is hardly any possibility of a training camp here. It's tough being always in the bubble and quarantine. They will get a break after the series ends," Akram added.
Akram Khan mentioned that the BCB has requested NZC to allow players a few more days of practice after reaching New Zealand which will help them cope with the conditions and all.
The players who'll be travelling will be vaccinated beforehand. Gradually all the domestic cricketers will be vaccinated and Akram believes this will pave the way for domestic tournaments to restart.
The tour will begin with the ODI series on March 20.