Brahmaputra River Cruise – Upstream India River cruise – Oct19 to Apr20

Cruise Line
Mahabaahu Cruises
Ship
Mahabaahu
Package Departs
19 Jan 2020
Other Dates
Package Duration
7 Nights
Embark Ship
Guwahati, India
Disembark Ship
Neamati Ghat, India
Oceanview Balcony Suite
AU $3,930
per person
AU $4,585
per person
AU $5,731
per person

Expedition cruising upstream on the Brahmaputra River in Northern India – Boarding at Guwahati and disembarking at Jorhat

Twin Superior cabin without balcony from AUD $3,930*pp
Twin Superior cabin with balcony from AUD $4,585*pp
Twin Suite cabin from AUD $5,731*pp
Single Superior cabin without balcony from AUD $7,439*

Cruise only prices include:
– Arrival transfer from Guwahati airport to port including packed lunch and sightseeing at the Kamakhya Temple enroute
– 7 night Brahmaputra River cruise from Guwahati to Jorhat aboard mv Mahabaahu
– All shipboard main meals
– All Entrance fees at the Monuments and National Parks as per the itinerary (see below for in-depth itinerary)
– 1 Glass of Domestic wine/beer with Farewell and Welcome dinners
– All excursions/lectures/performances and activities as per the itinerary (below)
– Shore activities include: Admissions, Shoes cleaned after excursions, Bottled drinking water, Cold towel service afterwards & Welcome drink following excursions.
– Services of English speaking Naturalist/ Destination Manager during sightseeing
– Assistance on all Arrival & Departure transfers
– Departure transfer from Neamati Ghat – Jorhat including packed lunch
– Port/govt taxes

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DAY TO DAY IN-DEPTH ITINERARY:
(subject to weather and tidal conditions)

Day 1 (Sunday): Guwahati – Kamakhya Temple – Peacock Island
(MV Mahabaahu sets sail at 14:00 hours)
Kamakhya temple: Arrive at Guwahati International Airport and with packed lunch we drive to the Kamakhya Temple. This Temple is devoted to the eternal Feminine – the goddess of desire whose name is Kama Khya, granter of desires. After the Temple visit, we drive towards Pandu Port where an Assamese welcome aboard the MV Mahabaahu awaits us. After the essential safety briefing and a short presentation on the Peacock Island that is famous for its highly endangered Golden Langur, we check into our cabins. All gather on the open deck to enjoy the first sail and scan the river for a fleeting sight of the Gangetic Dolphins. We visit the Peacock Island and return to MV Mahabaahu where we enjoy a talk on `Kamakhya and the Occult in Assam`. An evening in the Soma Lounge followed by the `Kamrup Swaagat Bhoj` – a sit down welcome dinner completes the day.
Overnight on board MV Mahabaahu (Packed L, D)

Day 2 (Monday): Village visit
Sunrise: MV Mahabaahu lifts anchor early. We enjoy Yoga on the deck for an hour and move on to breakfast, while MV Mahabaahu heads on through the hills towards an island that is occupied predominantly by a Bangla speaking Muslim community who are involved in extensive farming. After breakfast we enjoy a talk on `Assam, its geographical location in the national and international context and how it is acclaiming recognition`. After the visit to this village, we return to the ship for lunch and sail towards Orang Point. We enjoy A talk on `The River Brahmaputra and the tribal life`, over a cup of tea and some snacks. We anchor at a deserted island for the evening and enjoy sitting around a bonfire to indulge in barbequed snacks.
Overnight on board MV Mahabaahu (B, L, D)

Day 3 (Tuesday) : Silghat – Tea Estate or Jute Mill
MV Mahabaahu sails early and we enjoy Yoga on the deck and move on for breakfast and for a talk on `Wild life in Kaziranga and wild life in India`. We sail on for the next couple of hours and enjoy a relaxed lunch and reach Silghat. After a talk on `Tea and Jute in Assam`, we take a short drive to Kaliabore Tea Estate which is a vast expanse of undulating estate with tea bushes, watching the tribal women pick tea leaves. We proceed to the tea factory to see the process of finally producing Assam Tea and coming to terms with all that goes into preparing a cup-of-tea. (The tea factory is not operational from mid-December to mid-February as the tea is at its dormant stage during this time of the year). We return to where the ship is anchored. Close by, a co-operative Jute Mill is an interesting place to understand how the Jute fibre takes the form of very eco friendly gunny bags. By sunset, we enjoy a cultural evening on the ship. We have an early dinner and retire for the evening.
Overnight on board MV Mahabaahu (B, L, D)

Day 4 (Wednesday) : Kaziranga National Park – Weavers Village at Bishwanath Ghat
Kaziranga national park: We rise very early today and after a warm cup of tea and some snacks, we drive out towards the Kaziranga National Park. The most prized inhabitant of Kaziranga, is the Greater One-Horned Indian Rhinoceros, but the Park is home to as many as 180 different mammals including wild elephants, tiger, deer, Asiatic wild buffalo and a rich variety of birds. We reach the Kohora Mihimukh range of the National Park and are ready to start our morning adventure; once-in-a-lifetime elephant-backed safari where we search for the elusive rhinoceros, tigers, swamp deer and hog deer and more and a large number of very interesting birds. The park never ceases to surprise us. After breakfast at a resort in Kaziranga, we drive on to Bagori, the Western Range of Kaziranga and get into the open jeeps for some more wild life adventure and an extensive coverage of this magnificent park. We return to MV Mahabaahu for a leisurely lunch and a relaxed afternoon. (In October and May when Kaziranga National Park is closed, we do a short Jeep Safari in the outer area of the Kaziranga National Park. Elephant safari is not possible but one can opt for elephant joy ride on the outskirts of the park. During these two months, we have an additional Boat Safari in a very picturesque area at the confluence of Diphlu and Brahmaputra River.) After the leisurely pace of the day and having recovered the lost sleep, we once again get together for A talk on `Silk in Assam`. We get into the tenders to reach the shores of Bishwanath Ghat. We visit the Shiva Dol in reverence of Lord Shiva and there is no way that we can avoid the women with their weaves. We enjoy a walk through the village and see how this suburban village thrives. We return to the ship to enjoy an evening on a deserted island and then proceed to a scrumptious dinner.
Overnight on board MV Mahabaahu (B, L, D)

Day 5 (Thursday) : Dhanisiri Boat Safari
This morning, MV Mahabaahu sails early towards the Eastern Range of Kaziranga for boat Safari. We enjoy breakfast and a talk on `The River Brahmaputra and the life that exists alongside`. We proceed for the safari in our tenders for about two hours. The shores are high but one can see roof turtles on protruding drift wood, water lizards, otters, elephants, wild buffaloes, rhinos, darters, herons, pied kingfishers, white throated kingfishers, serpent eagles and many more. The sightings are always determined by the weather conditions. We return for lunch. This evening we enjoy the Chef`s Cooking Demonstration followed by a talk on `Majuli`, the seat of Vaishnav culture. The evening on a deserted island with bonfire is always unusual. We enjoy dinner on MV Mahabaahu.
(Bonfire may be avoided if a suitable sandbank cannot be found or if we experience inclement weather conditions)
Overnight on board MV Mahabaahu (B, L, D)

Day 6 (Friday) : Mishing Village – Majuli
After Yoga, as we have our breakfast, we sail towards the Mishing Village and further on to Majuli, a cosmos of Assamese culture where various philosophies co-exist and thrive. After breakfast, we enjoy a talk on `Majuli` the seat of Vaishnav culture. Thereafter we set off in our tenders to a Mishing Village. The Mishings live on the bank of river in `Chang ghar`, houses with raised platform. All Mishing women are expert weavers. The indoor life of a Mishing person revolves around the kitchen area where the family can get together. MV Mahabaahu leaves behind the Mishing village and after lunch, we enjoy a talk on `Sibsagar and the Ahom civilization` followed by a visit to Majuli Island.
We get on the tenders and arrive on the mainland where a drive takes us to a scenic corner of a Satra for an interesting cultural performance by Satriya singers and dancers. Next, we drive to Kamlabari Satra to witness the Vaishnavite priests dancing to the rhythm of cymbals, drums and chanting in the temple premise. We return to the ship and we prepare for a Traditional Assamese evening.
Overnight on board MV Mahabaahu (B, L, D)

Day 7 (Saturday) : Neamati Ghat – Sibsagar – Home Hosted lunch
After an early breakfast, we start our day-excursion to Sibsagar, the ancient city and capital of the Tai-speaking Ahoms who came in the 13th Century AD to the area from the north-east and were essentially of Tibeto-Burman origin. Sibsagar town literally means `the ocean of Lord Shiva` as it is built around a huge man made water tank ordered by the Ahom Queen. The Shiva Dol, constructed in the year 1734 is believed to be the highest Shiva temple in India. We visit The Talatal or Kareng Ghar, the palace of the Ahom Kings and the Rang Ghar, an amphitheater, a place of entertainment or important meetings for the Royals and their guests. Thereafter, we drive to a Tea Estate for a relaxed afternoon where we enjoy a traditional Assamese lunch with the Tea-estate family who have been involved in the tea business over a period of a century. Here, we sip our beverages as we explore the lawns and proceed to indulge in traditional Assamese cuisine. We return to MV Mahabaahu by sunset and enjoy a relaxed evening in the Soma lounge before proceeding for dinner.
Overnight on board MV Mahabaahu (B, L, D)

Day 8 (Sunday) : Neamati Ghat – Jorhat
We start the day with Yoga and/or go for a walk along the swamps to catch a sight of owls, orioles, yellow footed green pigeons, changeable hawk eagles, adjutant storks, quails, sea gulls hunting with the dolphins and pied kingfishers, swallows and martins diving to fish. We have a relaxed breakfast. The luggage is brought out of the cabins according to the flight schedule. The crew on board organises our transport. We arrive at the Rowriah Airport with packed lunch in Jorhat a couple of hours before the flight schedule and bid adieu to the land of Ahoms.
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*Conditions Apply: All prices shown here are per person share twin in AUD, based on best available cruise fare at time of publication (28Dec17). All prices based on cash/direct deposit payment – credit card fees may apply. Cruise deposit, amendment and cancellation conditions apply. Travel agent service fees may apply. Special conditions apply – please ask for full details at time of enquiry. All passports, vaccinations and visas are the responsibility of the travelling guest to secure prior to departure from Australia. International and domestic airfares/taxes, hotels and transfers are not included. Prices converted to AUD from current Indian Rupee rates and include current 9% government taxes (subject to change or increase without notice by the Indian Govt.). Offer subject to availability at time of booking. Travel insurance is not included but highly recommended. Cruise does not include gratuities, beverages or any other expenses not mentioned in the inclusions. A good level of fitness and mobility is required to participate in this cruise.

Special Conditions

*Conditions Apply: All prices shown here are per person share twin in AUD, based on best available cruise fare at time of publication (28Dec17). All prices based on cash/direct deposit payment - credit card fees may apply. Cruise deposit, amendment and cancellation conditions apply. Travel agent service fees may apply. Special conditions apply - please ask for full details at time of enquiry. All passports, vaccinations and visas are the responsibility of the travelling guest to secure prior to departure from Australia. International and domestic airfares/taxes, hotels and transfers are not included. Prices converted to AUD from current Indian Rupee rates and include current 9% government taxes (subject to change or increase without notice by the Indian Govt.). Offer subject to availability at time of booking. Travel insurance is not included but highly recommended. Cruise does not include gratuities, beverages or any other expenses not mentioned in the inclusions. A good level of fitness and mobility is required to participate in this cruise.

Special Validity Dates

Special is valid from 28 Dec 2017 to 26 Mar 2020 or until sold out/withdrawn.

Cruise Itinerary

DateActivityArriveDepart
19 Jan 2020
Guwahati, India
20 Jan 2020
River Cruising
21 Jan 2020
Silghat, India
22 Jan 2020
Kaziranga, India
22 Jan 2020
Biswanath Ghat, India
23 Jan 2020
Kaziranga, India
24 Jan 2020
Majuli Island, India
25 Jan 2020
Neamati Ghat, India
26 Jan 2020
Neamati Ghat, India

All itineraries and ports of call at the discretion of the cruise line subject to local weather conditions and may change without notice.

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7 Night Cruise sailing from Guwahati to Neamati aboard Mahabaahu.

Day 1: (Sunday): Guwahati / Kamakhya / MV Mahabaahu / Peacock Island / Sail
(M.V. Mahabaahu sets sail at 14:00 hours)

Arrive at Guwahati International Airport and with packed lunch we drive to the Kamakhya Temple. This Temple is devoted to the eternal Feminine- the goddess of desire whose name is Kama Khya, granter of desires.

After the Temple visit, we drive towards Pandu Port where an Assamese welcome aboard the MV Mahabaahu awaits us. After the essential safety briefing and a short presentation on the Peacock Island that is famous for its highly endangered Golden Langur, we check into our cabins.

All gather on the open deck to enjoy the first sail and scan the river for a fleeting sight of the Gangetic Dolphins. We visit the Peacock Island and return to MV Mahabaahu where we enjoy a talk on ‘Kamakhya and the Occult in Assam’

An evening in the Soma Lounge followed by the ‘Kamrup Swaagat Bhoj’—a sit down welcome dinner completes the day.

Day 2: (Monday): A village visit/ full day Sail
MV Mahabaahu lifts anchor early. We enjoy Yoga on the deck for an hour and move on to breakfast, while MV Mahabaahu heads on through the hills towards an island that is occupied predominantly by a Bangla speaking Muslim community who are involved in extensive farming.

After breakfast we enjoy a talk on ‘Assam, its geographical location in the national and international context and how it is acclaiming recognition’

After the visit to this village, we return to the ship for lunch and sail towards Orang Point.

We enjoy A talk on ‘The River Brahmaputra and the tribal life’, over a cup of tea and some snacks.

We anchor at a deserted island for the evening and enjoy sitting around a bonfire to indulge in barbequed snacks.

Day 3: (Tuesday) : Sail to Silghat/Visit Tea estate and/or Jute Mill
MV Mahabaahu sails early and we enjoy Yoga on the deck and move on for breakfast and for a talk on ‘Wild life in Kaziranga and wild life in India’

We sail on for the next couple of hours and enjoy a relaxed lunch and reach Silghat. After a talk on ‘Tea and Jute in Assam’, we take a short drive to Kaliabore Tea Estate which is a vast expanse of undulating estate with tea bushes, watching the tribal women pick tea leaves. We proceed to the tea factory to see the process of finally producing Assam Tea and coming to terms with all that goes into preparing a cup-of-tea. (The tea factory is not operational from mid-December to mid-February as the tea is at its dormant stage during this time of the year)

We return to where the ship is anchored. Close by, a co-operative Jute Mill is an interesting place to understand how the Jute fibre takes the form of very eco friendly gunny bags.

By sunset, we enjoy a cultural evening on the ship. We have an early dinner and retire for the evening.

Day 4: (Wednesday) : Kaziranga National Park / Weavers’ village at Bishwanath Ghat
We rise very early today and after a warm cup of tea and some snacks, we drive out towards the Kaziranga National Park. The most prized inhabitant of Kaziranga, is the Greater One-Horned Indian Rhinoceros, but the Park is home to as many as 180 different mammals including wild elephants, tiger, deer, Asiatic wild buffalo and a rich variety of birds.

We reach the Kohora Mihimukh range of the National Park and are ready to start our morning adventure; once-in-a-lifetime elephant-backed safari where we search for the elusive rhinoceros, tigers, swamp deer and hog deer and more and a large number of very interesting birds. The park never ceases to surprise us.

tiger

After breakfast at a resort in Kaziranga, we drive on to Bagori, the Western Range of Kaziranga and get into the open jeeps for some more wild life adventure and an extensive coverage of this magnificent park.

We return to MV Mahabaahu for a leisurely lunch and a relaxed afternoon.

(In October and May when Kaziranga National Park is closed we do a short Jeep Safari in the outer area of the Kaziranga National Park. Elephant safari is not possible but one can opt for elephant joy ride on the outskirts of the park. During these two months we have an additional Boat Safari in a very picturesque area at the confluence of Diphlu and Brahmaputra River.)

After the leisurely pace of the day and having recovered the lost sleep, we once again get together for A talk on ‘Silk in Assam’. We get into the tenders to reach the shores of Bishwanath Ghat. We visit the Shiva Dol in reverence of Lord Shiva and there is no way that we can avoid the women with their weaves. We enjoy a walk through the village and see how this suburban village thrives.

We return to the ship to enjoy an evening on a deserted island and then proceed to a scrumptious dinner.

Day 5: (Thursday) : Dhansiri Boat Safari
This morning, MV Mahabaahu sails early towards the Eastern Range of Kaziranga for boat Safari. We enjoy breakfast and a talk on ‘The River Brahmaputra and the life that exists alongside’.

We proceed for the safari in our tenders for about two hours. The shores are high but one can see roof turtles on protruding drift wood, water lizards, otters, elephants, wild buffaloes, rhinos, darters, herons, pied kingfishers, white throated kingfishers, serpent eagles and many more. The sightings are always determined by the weather conditions.

We return for lunch. This evening we enjoy the Chef’s Cooking Demonstration followed by a talk on ‘Majuli’, the seat of Vaishnav culture

The evening on a deserted island with bonfire is always unusual. We enjoy dinner on MV Mahabaahu.

(Bonfire may be avoided if a suitable sandbank cannot be found or if we experience inclement weather conditions)

Day 6: (Friday) : Mishing Village Visit/Majuli visit—one of the largest river island systems of the world

After Yoga, as we have our breakfast, we sail towards the Mishing Village and further on to Majuli, a cosmos of Assamese culture where various philosophies co-exist and thrive.

After breakfast, we enjoy a talk on ‘Majuli’ the seat of Vaishnav culture’. Thereafter we set off in our tenders to a Mishing Village.

The Mishings live on the bank of river in ‘Chang ghar’, houses with raised platform. All Mishing women are expert weavers. The indoor life of a Mishing person revolves around the kitchen area where the family can get together.

MV Mahabaahu leaves behind the Mishing village and after lunch, we enjoy a talk on ‘Sibsagar and the Ahom civilization’ followed by a visit to Majuli Island.

We get on the tenders and arrive on the mainland where a drive takes us to a scenic corner of a Satra for an interesting cultural performance by Satriya singers and dancers. Next, we drive to Kamlabari Satra to witness the Vaishnavite priests dancing to the rhythm of cymbals, drums and chanting in the temple premise.

We return to the ship and we prepare for a Traditional Assamese evening.

Day 7: (Saturday)Sail to Neamati Ghat / Home hosted lunch and Sibsagar
After an early breakfast, we start our day-excursion to Sibsagar, the ancient city and capital of the Tai-speaking Ahoms who came in the 13th Century AD to the area from the north-east and were essentially of Tibeto-Burman origin. Sibsagar town literally means ‘the ocean of Lord Shiva’ as it is built around a huge man made water tank ordered by the Ahom Queen

The Shiva Dol, constructed in the year 1734 is believed to be the highest Shiva temple in India. We visit The Talatal or Kareng Ghar, the palace of the Ahom Kings and the Rang Ghar, an amphitheater, a place of entertainment or important meetings for the Royals and their guests. Thereafter, we drive to a Tea Estate for a relaxed afternoon where we enjoy a traditional Assamese lunch with the Tea-estate family who have been involved in the tea business over a period of a century. Here, we sip our beverages as we explore the lawns and proceed to indulge in traditional Assamese cuisine.

We return to MV Mahabaahu by sunset and enjoy a relaxed evening in the Soma lounge before proceeding for dinner.

Day 8: (Sunday) : Neamati Ghat / Jorhat / Departure
We start the day with Yoga and/or go for a walk along the swamps to catch a sight of owls, orioles, yellow footed green pigeons, changeable hawk eagles, adjutant storks, quails, sea gulls hunting with the dolphins and pied kingfishers, swallows and martins diving to fish.

We have a relaxed breakfast. The luggage is brought out of the cabins according to the flight schedule.

The crew on board organises our transport

We arrive at the Rowriah Airport with packed lunch in Jorhat a couple of hours before the flight schedule and bid adieu to the land of Ahoms.

Cruise – for an “Experiential Journey” – on the Brahmaputra, one of the greatest rivers of Asia, on board our prestigious river cruise vessel, M.V. Mahabaahu.

The Brahmaputra in Assam spans from 3 to 40 kilometers across (2-25 miles), flowing under the shadows of the eastern Himalayas with mountains reaching a height of over 7400 meters (24,278 feet). The area along the river is a true natural history paradise. Here you find over 850 different species of birds, fresh water dolphins, and four national parks with abundant elephants, single-horned rhinos, and wild buffalo.

Perhaps most fascinating to the visitor, are the over 40 different tribal cultures found in the region. A true opportunity to “Experience the Living Cultures of India” for which Far Horizon India is famous.

Two tenders ferry guests safely to and from the vessel with embarkation and disembarkation supervised by a senior officer. At least one guide escorts all excursions ashore. There is nightly entertainment in the form of local tribal dances or guest lectures held in the theatre. Recreational facilities on board include a swimming pool, sports room, spa, hair salon, sundeck, well stocked library with magazines, internet cafe and various board games.

All cruising takes place between 6am and 6pm to take full advantage of the spectacular scenery.

In the evenings there are local tribal dances or guest lectures.

Recreational facilities onboard include:
A well-stocked library
Various board games
Swimming pool on the first deck
Spa and Salon on the lower deck
Sun deck

Other attractions are Buddhist monasteries and Hindu Gurukuls, teaching in an education style of over 5,000 years. The architecture of the temples of Assam, built in traditional Indian and Thai styles, showcases the artistic talents of the local people. The brilliant greens of the terraced rice paddies and the lush tea plantations will have you marveling at this little-known paradise.

Ship Profile & Stats

  • Length: 55 metres
  • Tonnage: 675 Gross Tonnes
  • Passenger Capacity (dbl): 58
  • Dining Staff Nationality: Indian
  • Ship Registration: India

Ship Amenities

  • Satellite Television
  • In Room Safe
  • Mini Bar
  • In Room Telephone
  • Air Conditioning

Ship Facilities

  • Library
  • Swimming Pool
  • Spa
  • Salon
  • Sun Deck
  • Dining Room
  • Laundry
  • Conference / Lounge
  • Bar
  • Jacuzzi
  • Health Club
  • Onboard Store

Assam….. a rich, green land of rolling hills, plains and dense forests, is the gateway to the North Eastern part of India. The mighty Brahmaputra River that has its origin near Lake Mansarovar and Mount Kailash, prayed to by four religions of Hindus, Buddhists, Jains and Bonpas, charts its course through Tibet, Assam and Bangladesh. Assam, the mystic land of blue hills and beautiful rivers, is renowned for it’s tea, rich flora and fauna.

Its “Big Four” include the great single horned rhinos, elephants, wild buffaloes and the tigers. Fresh water dolphins in the river and great bird like the Great Hornbills, Great Adjutant Storks and the Black Necked Cranes. These all along with, over six hundred varieties of migratory and domestic birds, other mammals like deers, apes like the Hollock Gibbons, turtles & tortoises, makes this as one of the greatest natural habitats and varieties of wildlife outside of Africa. National Geographic board members said in January, 2011 that this was the Serengeti of India.

The Brahmaputra River is the only navigable river in the world from which you can see 7400 mtrs high, snow covered Himalayan mountains. It is also the only river, apart from the River Zambezi in Africa, from which elephant, jeep and boat safaris are conducted. The visit to temples, tribal villages, monasteries, ancient palaces and tea estates gives a great “Living Cultures” experience.

Situated between 90-96 degrees East Longitude and 24-28 degrees North Latitude, Assam is bordering on the North and East by the Kingdom of Bhutan and Arunachal Pradesh. Along the South East lies Nagaland, Manipur and Mizoram. Meghalaya and Bangladesh are South, while West Bengal lies to the West.

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