Published by MENAFN, Middle East
MV Mahabaahu, a luxurious Indo-Bangla marine passenger vessel set sail on Brahmaputra on April 29 from Assam for its first voyage to Kolkata, making a stop at Dhaka on May 6.
Dazzling sandbars, lush forests, close encounters with wildlife and ancient architecture – these are some of the delights that MV Mahabaahu offers to the guests.
Three UNESCO World Heritage Sites – Sundarbans, Mosque City of Bagerhat (Bangladesh) and Manas National Park in Assam – are among its stopovers.
They stayed on Assam for 7 days and left its Pandu port on a 17 day voyage with 43 persons on board including 10 foreign tourists, 8 British and 2 Indian. The rest are crew members.
They reached Dhaka on May 6 and again started for Kolkata on May 9. In September, they will start for Sundarbans from Kolkata.