Published by India.com, India
The first Indo-Bangladesh river cruise called MV Mahabaahu, recently set sail (April29), giving the travellers an opportunity for a unique experience. The cruise is going to traverse the Brahmaputra, making a pit stop at interesting UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as the Manas National Park in Assam, Mosque City of Bagerhat in Bangladesh, and the Sundarbans.
It’s a 17-day cruise, with about 30 passengers on board, out of which there are 9 foreigners. Those who opt for this voyage will get to enjoy the trans-boundary landscape of lower Assam, Bangladesh and southern part of West Bengal. This is the perfect example of an offbeat travel; the lush landscape of these different locations being exposed to travellers for the first time.