Brahmaputra Riverine Cruises are a unique way for guests to explore India’s largest river, Brahmaputra. Wildlife and wilderness are the main features of a cruise in Assam on the vast Brahmaputra river – the river bed is often 20 or 30 km across, an empty world of sand spits and water with marvellous bird life and the occasional Gangetic Dolphin. The cruises here also give access to a number of India’s National Parks, including Kaziranga, perhaps the finest of all, and Manas, a Project Tiger reserve on the Bhutan border.
Assam Bengal Navigation is an Indo-British joint venture which pioneered long-distance river cruising in India with our unique cruises on the River Brahmaputra in Assam and on the River Hugli between Kolkata and the Ganges. Identical 12 AC Cabin luxury cruise liner that operates the cruises.
Brahmaputra Riverine Cruises till today have been exclusively inbound guest centric in its pricing and offering and continue to represent a unique experience that guests from world over look to arrive for one day.
Cruises operate on a fixed departure basis and need to be booked well in advance as the capacities are much smaller than one would expect in an ocean liner. Cruises operate from October to April, being the best season for bird watching with least rainfall.
Typical Stay Duration: 1 week Seasonality – Oct – April