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Ganges Voyager

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Best Travel Time

Winter Months Only

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No. of Days

8 Days

Ganges Voyager

River Cruising brings forth a thoroughly refreshing and different perspective of a country to the travellers. Rivers have played a significant role in the expansion and sustenance of civilizations and cultures across the world. Likewise, rivers of India represent a nucleus, around which the lives of people flourish and revolve. What better way to discover a nation than by opting for a river cruising tour to discover those areas that are otherwise rendered inaccessible. River cruising in India is an amalgamation of many interesting activities like tiger spotting, local sightseeing, bird watching and it is also about getting a glimpse of cultural highlights.

Cruise through stunning natural beauty and explore the astounding geography of the region by embarking upon the Ganges Cruising tour. The majestic and highly revered Ganges originates in the western Himalayas and travels almost 2,500 kms to meet the sea in the labyrinths of Sunderbans delta in the Bay of Bengal. Enjoy the best of bygone eras or remnants of the British Raj by experiencing the comfort and grace of the Maharajah suite. The Observation Deck has been precisely designed to offer a great view of the area. Glide along the river to discover the latent beauty of the HooglyImambara. Take a rickshaw ride toexplorethe imposing Rajbari Temple complex and visittheHazarduari Palace that has overa thousand bewitching real and false doors.

Kolkata – Farakka – Jangipur- Matiari – Kalna – Chandernagore – Kolkata

Day 1: Train journey from Kolkata to Farakka. Short road transfer to the ship.

Day 2: Cruise to Jangipur. Afternoon excursion to the small country town.

Day 3: Set sail down the Hooghly proper.

Day 4: Sail downstream, then take a walk to the Khushbagh – a popular Mughal-style garden.

Day 5:  Visit the brassworking village of Matiari.

Day 6: Sail downstream to visit the country town of Kalna to some terracotta temples.

Day 7: Sailing continues, past waterfront buildings, showing the remanants of the architecture of the old Dutch settlement in and around the area of Chinsura.

Day 8. Early morning cruise under the Howrah Bridge to central Calcutta to disembark. Transfer to central Calcutta or airport.

Itinerary subject to river conditions.

Each of our programs can be customised to our clients’ desires. Enquire now for a tailor made Indus experience!

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