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The silvery grey mirror-like sheet of the Brahmaputra’s waters stretches from side to side and I can’t see the banks or where the water segues into the sky in this monochrome landscape. I am surprised by its vastness which looks more like an ocean than a river. On the tempestuous Brahmaputra, one of India’s most...
Soak in the country’s sights and sounds along its many waterbody cruises; here’s a list of some cruises plying on the rivers Ganga and Brahmaputra in the east and the Vembanad Lake in the south. Read More….
MV Mahabaahu Cruise This river cruise ship sails on the Brahmaputra River in Assam. You can choose to sail downstream from Jorhat to Guwahati or upstream from Guwahati to Jorhat in eight days. Read more…
A blog article on THE WIRE by Sohaila Kapur on MV Mahabaahu Downstream cruise from Jorhat to Guwahati.
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.
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
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