Week-long itineraries are a wonderful medley of temples, tribal minorities and ruins of the ancient Ahom kingdom. There are tea breaks on an actual tea plantation, sandbank cricket and sundeck yoga, and a visit to the shapeshifting sand island of Majuli, India’s largest.
Author: Kendall Hill (Kendall Hill)
Published by Quantas Travel Insider, Australia
The wild Brahmaputra is both the setting and the star of this week-long expedition-style cruise. The 23-cabin Mahabaahu was purpose-built to navigate the river’s capricious currents and shifting sands on this fascinating itinerary through the lesser.....
Published by The Australian, Australia
In darkest, pre-dawn India, a mod- ern-day maharaja’s hunting party departs in a dozen shiny people movers. Forty foreign explorers rumbling along the roads of rural Assam in the country’s remote northeast. Only foxes and rabbits are awake.....
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