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Vivada Cruises – West Bengal Heritage Circuit

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Vivada Cruises Vessel M.V.Paramhamsa

Vivada cruises will take you on a heritage and entertainment tour through West Bengal leg of the river Ganges. The sail in this inland luxury cruiser is all about grandeur, comfort and imbibing the flavor of one of the greatest rivers of the world – the Ganges.

The vessel that will be taking you on a sail is the M.V. Paramhamsa, which has 32 rooms and suites. You will be taken on a lovely sail through heritage circuit of West Bengal i.e. Kolkata, Dakshineswar, Belur, Chandennagar, Kalna, Mayapur, Nabadwip and Murshidabad.

The itinerary includes the heritage sites of the eastern part of India, which lies in the banks of this great river. You will stand a witness to the turning points of history in the battlefield of Plassey where the last Nawab of Bengal Siraj Ud Daulah revolted against the British in 1757. The Hindu Religion was given a new form in Nabadwip by Chaitnya Mahaprabhu. Also soak yourself in the aura of the old colonial French culture at Chandannagore.

Vivada cruises operates 3-night itineraries ex-Kolkata on select dates on fixed departure basis. Heritage circuit can be combined with Sunderbans circuit for 1-week itinerary.

Typical Stay Duration: 3 nights Seasonality: Oct – May

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