Cruise Ship from India to Set Sail on World’s Longest River Voyage



Antara Luxury River Cruises is planning to go on a longest river voyage in December 2022. The journey will take nearly 51 days and during this will pass via River Ganga and Brahmaputra.

Cruise ships provide a one-of-a-kind experience to travelers. And to give people a unique trip just before the New Year, this cruise company has come up with this interesting voyage idea.

According to reports, this cruise ship will begin its journey from Kashi in Uttar Pradesh, one of the most famous tourist spots in India and will reach the final destination at Dibrugarh in Assam. According to the authorities, the cruise ship will sail via five states, around 27 small rivers, and two countries. Through this journey, the travelers can not only explore the unique culture of South Asia but they will also get enough time to spend in leisure.

Nature enthusiasts will get ample opportunities to get lost in the scenic beauty through the journey. The cultural enthusiasts and history buffs will be satisfied while they discover the heritage of various places they will cross. People can also decide to travel to a particular destination and join the journey only for that trip.

This voyage will be also known as ‘The Grand Cruise’ and according to the officials, it will provide both off-site and on-site experiences daily. The trip will also go through numerous World Heritage sites that are located in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal etc. The second country that the cruise ship will go through is Bangladesh. It will also pass through the spectacular Sunderbans, before entering back into India. Tourists will also get to see various Bangladeshi cities such as Bagerhat, Dhak, and Barisal.

The chairman of the company, Raj Singh, also said that the tourists will get personalized experiences that have been designed by him. According to him, the historical route has been finalized with the assistance, cooperation and support of both the Bangladeshi and Indian governments. Officials in both these countries are working together to make sure travel across borders is seamless.

You can now book cheap international flights to India and reach Kashi via Delhi to get on board ‘world’s longest river journey’.

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