The Brahmaputra

Brahmaputra River Cruises

Brahmaputra, one of the great rivers of the world, originates in Tibet, through India to Bangladesh where it flows into the Bay of Bengal and is considered holy by Hindus & Buddhists alike. This is the greatest river island system with the smallest and largest inhabited islands of the world located here. It is the only navigable river of the world under the shadows of over 7,000 meter high, towering snow-covered Himalayan mountains. This is also, the only river apart from the Zambezi River in Africa from which elephant, jeep and boat safaris can take place in the Kaziranga National Park, described as the Serengeti of India.

Assam is one of India's most fascinating and diverse states and the cruising is the perfect way to relax and enjoy the beauty of this oft-forgotten region. Land travel in Assam is often difficult but gliding along the Brahmaputra gets travellers close to the most wonderful destinations in this stunning state. Assam boasts of muga, paat and eri silk culture, utensils of bell metal, paddy fields, bamboo and cane, world's hottest king chillies and most certainly the one-horned rhinoceros, the Asiatic Wild Buffalo, the Wild Tuskers and the highest density of the shy cat; the Royal Bengal Tiger. It also offers bird life of more than 450 species. Assam is home to many indigenous tribal groups, and along the way, guests will get to interact with them on village visits, and see their traditional tribal handicrafts being made. They are the perfect souvenirs of this amazing trip. From travel to the indigenous food, from luxury cruising to immersive culture, come experience Assam in its most authentic form.

Brahmaputra River Cruise Itinerary

Brahmaputra River Cruise Upstream Itinerary

Guwahati - Peacock Island - Silghat - Kaziranga National Park - Dhansiri - Majuli Island - Neamati Ghat - Sibsagar - Jorhat

East India

Brahmaputra River Cruise Downstream Itinerary

Jorhat / Neamati Ghat / Sibsagar / Majuli Island / Dhansiri / Kaziranga National Park / Peacock Island / Guwahati

East India