The river traverses the transboundary geography draining diverse environments; the cold dry plateau of Tibet, the rain drenched Himalayan slopes, the landlocked alluvial plains of Assam and the vast deltaic lowlands of Bangladesh.
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Small-ship cruising floats our boats & this week we’re happy to share reviews of a couple of real beauties! There’s the très elegant 7-pax Savannah barge that writers Cynthia Heininger & Jim Feeney capture so well. You can also read about self-drive Le Boating on Scotland’s Caledonian Canal from Scottish writer Robin McKelvie. We’re also...
Britons are renowned as a nation of tea drinkers and if you love a cuppa you’ll feel right at home in Assam, the world’s largest tea-growing region.
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.
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.
During a week-long downstream voyage from Jorhat to Guwahati in India’s Assam, you will see all the vibrancy, colours and contrasts that make it such an intoxicating destination
The Brahmaputra River Cruise as you’ll see when you read this guest post by my friend Judi Cohen, is truly an out-there adventure kind of adventure. For those of you who don’t think of yourself as cruising types, this post might change your mind.....
Kissing the fabled Brahmaputra River in the north-eastern state of Assam, the Kaziranga National Park is home to world’s largest population of the scarce ‘one horned’ rhinoceros.
A voyage through Assam on the tempestuous Brahmaputra River provides an indelible experience of India, although a sense of adventure and an open mind are essential for navigating the cruise’s twists and turns.
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