All cruise lovers arrive in Guwahati Airport with ease. Cruising on the banks of Guwahati introduces us to the Kamakhya Temple and the smallest riverine island of Bhasmachal popularly known as the Peacock Island.
The river unites the three fascinating cultures of the Tibetan Civilization in the North, the sleepy villages of India in Arunachal Pradesh and Assam Valley and the bustling villages in the Delta of Bangladesh. There’s more to this river in India’s northeast than just its annual floods. The river is revered equally by the religious canvas of indigenous populace of Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists, Muslims and Bons.
Of all the boats that may ever ply the mighty Brahmaputra river, none stands out as much as the MV Mahabaahu. The stately vessel has welcomed and hosted numerous travellers on its decks and given them an Indian luxury river cruise experience....
In travelling through Assam, one will find a number of facets that are unique to the socio-cultural mores of the state. Other than being a wonderful destination for appreciating culture, nature, and tradition, Assam is an amazing place to visit if you like the idea of luxury river cruises in India....
If you are in need of some peace and quiet, and need to get away from the rat race for a while, look no further than Adventure River Cruises’ Assam packages. Choose how long you want to escape, and board our elegant river queen.......
A mighty river is like a beautiful love letter with expressions of passion and romance in each of its ebb and flow. And what can be a better example than the river Brahmaputra! The river is a flowing example of constant life filled with scenic and spiritual beauty while brilliantly highlighting the environmental fragility for its surrounding flora and fauna.
Assam is one of the most beautiful, serene and vibrant states of India which is not only rich in nature, culture and tradition but extremely diverse in its festivities. In India, festivals have a long history of bringing the community together and celebrating a life which is especially important in these modern times.
Kaziranga National Park is where wildlife and nature’s bounty come together seamlessly. For photographers and wildlife lovers, especially, this national park is paradise.
Imagine yourself, almost forgetting the concept of time, amidst widely spread tea gardens. Where the tea leaves are being plucked for your morning tea. Dreamy isn’t it? Turn this dream of yours into reality while you’re in Assam, a paradise which is filled with lush and refreshing tea gardens.
A place of unparalleled beauty and tranquillity in India, nestled amidst the mighty Brahmaputra River, Majuli island in Assam is the world’s largest river island. It is, in fact, one of the most interesting and culturally relevant off-the-beaten-path destinations of our time, unspoiled by mass tourism.
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