Honeymoon in Brahmaputra River Cruise

Brahmaputra River Cruise The Brahmaputra River Cruise is one of the largest rivers in the world, flowing eastward from the highlands of Tibet at 4000 m, and taking a sharp turn around Mount Namcha Barwa to enter Indian territory as the Siang, and lower into the plains as the Dihang. As it flows through Assam, it is joined by the Lohit and Dibang rivers, gathering more volume. It splits into two channels around the Majuli Island between Dibrugarh and Lakhimpur.

The wide valley of the Brahmaputra River along most of its course in Assam passes through forests, national parks, tea gardens and villages. A cruise on the Brahmaputra River is the best way to explore Assam, as it combines a variety of experiences.

The river cruise stops by the Kaziranga and the Manas National Parks, known for their one-horned rhino and elephant concentrations. The cruise includes wild life viewing by jeep and elephant back, walks into the local villages and adjoining tea gardens, cultural shows and visits to workshops of craftsmen. You can choose between 7, 10 and 14 day luxury river cruises which sail between Guwahati and Silghat near Tezpur and Kaziranga and Gauhati -Dibrugarh up the river Neamati covering Sibsagar.

The cruise stops by Tezpur on its northern banks for a visit to several Shiva shrines and at Sibsagar to see the monuments and temples built by the Ahom dynasty. Majuli the river island has a colorful tribal culture and a rich flock of migratory bird visitors in winter.


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