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Assam Bengal Navigation Cruises

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ASSAM BENGAL NAVIGATION pioneered long-distance river cruising in India with unique cruises on the River Brahmaputra in Assam and on the River Hugli between Kolkata and the Ganges.  The river boats, with between 12 and 22 comfortable, air-conditioned en-suite cabins, operate in Assam from ...

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Relaxing Backwaters 3 Days

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Relaxing Backwaters 3 Days

The vibrant life of the countryside unfolds around every bend on this leisurely cruise along the backwaters of southern India.


 
Cochin • Alleppey
 
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    Day 1 – Cochin – Alleppey
    On arrival at Cochin airport you will be met by a local ...

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    Mekong Heritage Line Cruises

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    Inspired by the golden age of cruising, The Jayavarman marries avant-garde French colonial design with enchanting Indochine architecture.  The Jahan, launched in October, 2011, has a British Indian colonial theme design.  Both of these boutique ships offer expansive and carefully designed staterooms with private balconies and matchless luxury.
    The Lost Civilisation – 8 days Saigon to Siem Reap or v.v.
    A classic and captivating Mekong River journey exploring the glorious past, featuring cultural heritage, royal architecture, ancient traditions and insights ...

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    Bengal Ganga River Cruises

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    CRUISING THE HOLY RIVER – No river in the world plays a more important cultural, economic or social role in the lives of more people than the Ganges. The spiritual heart of Hinduism, the Ganges and its banks are strewn with fascinating cities, pilgrimage sites, villages, mountains and forests.
    There is no better way to visit deep inside India than taking a boutique cruise on the Ganges in the comfort of an original steamer-like boat.
    Our comprehensive programs include overnight ...

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    Pandaw Cruises through Asia

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    A river cruise on a Pandaw boat offers a practical and comfortable way of exploring the heart of South East Asia, visiting the principal sites and exploring well off the beaten track.
    On the Mekong Delta make side trips by country boat through the back waters overhung with palms. In Myanmar, cruise the Irrawaddy River to the breathtaking Bagan Plain dotted with thousands of temples built in a period of great religious fervour. In Borneo journey into the lush jungles ...

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    Yangtze Experience

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    A cruise is a relaxing and fascinating way to explore the mighty Yangtze River. With a range of cruise ships sailing daily there’s sure to be a cruise to suit your holiday or business schedule.

     
    Yichang • Yangtze River cruise • Chongqing
     
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      Day 1 – Arrive Yichang
      You will be met on arrival at Yichang airport and transferred to the wharf to board your five star Yangtze River cruise ship. Settle in ...

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      Cruise the Mekong with Le Cochinchine

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      A recent addition to the cruise options on the Mekong River is Le Cochinchine Junk, offering elegant, relaxing and fulfilling ways to explore the endless waterways. Aboard Le Cochinchine you will enjoy the continuous and ever-changing scenery as you encounter a lively world of floating markets, lush bonsai gardens, rice fields, villages, pagodas, fruit-filled orchards and a host of smiling children.
      Accommodation onboard is in timber lined cabins, with en-suite and air-conditioning. All meals are included, and the bar is ...

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      Cruise the Mekong with Bassac

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      Cruising along the Mekong River on the Bassac Junk is one of the best ways to discover the riches of the region.  The boat departs Monday, Wednesday and Saturday from Can Tho, or the tour operates in reverse from Cai Be on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.

       
      Can Tho  •  Vinh Long  •  Cai Be