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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Bangladesh is still flying under the tourist radar as a travel destination, so when Far Horizon Tours Announced their inaugural river cruise through this mysterious country, intrigued, I Jumped at the chance.....
Published by World Of Cruising, UK
A voyage through Assam on the volatile waters of the Brahmaputra river proves to be just Jeannine Williamson’s cup of tea. But did a tiger join her?
The Milky Way gleams in the clear night sky as my toes sink into the soft sand. I carefully carry the small piece of bamboo cane, topped with an oil-burning wick, down to the water’s edge.
Published by Illawarra Mercury, Australia
Cruise along one of India's most sacred rivers and then search by land for some of it's rarest animals, with discount of up to $1120 a couple if booked by June 30 for travel from January 13, 2020.
Published by The Sydney Morning Herald, Australia
Cruise Traveller has partnered with the Indian river-cruise company Adventure Resorts and Cruises to create a 21-night land exploration of wildlife sanctuaries such as Bandhavgarh National Park with a seven-night cruise on the Brahmaputra River in Assam.
Published by Cruise Passenger Magazine, Australia
Five years ago, a Bollywood movie about a romance in the Mediterranean turned Indians into cruise fans. Up until now, they have mostly done fly-cruises around Singapore and Europe, but India is now developing its very own cruise industry.
Published by VIAJAR, Spain
El barco MV Mahabaau realizará este mes de abril, por primera vez, un espectacular recorrido, corriente arriba, por el río Brahmaputra , en la India, con un programa de viaje que incluye extensiones a Calcuta y Bangladesh. El MV Mahabaau....
Published by The Weekend Australian, Australia
Indian signs are a thing of wonder. “Elephant and mahout, 907 rupees. Lion or circus tiger, 350 rupees,” says an old noticeboard listing local ferry prices on northeastern India’s Brahmaputra River.
The Interaction worked both ways and at some morning spots crowds of villagers would coome down to greet us and shy, giggling youngsters followed in our wake, while braver teenagers armed with phones asked for 'Selfies'.
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