Brahmaputra River Cruise

Travel remains the passion of many. While wanderers are always in search for new roads to explore, many prefer taking a boat journey which bestows seamless pleasure. These boat cruises let you visit places where road travel is still not possible. India offers you many such boat cruises and Brahmaputra river cruise remains one of the most favourite pick of travellers.

Brahmaputra cruises remain extremely popular among those who love cruising around pristine rivers and enjoying the glimpses of nature. Brahmaputra river cruise takes you to close to history, wildlife, and tribal culture of the northeast region of India.

Assam is beautifully intersected by the mighty Brahmaputra River. Bordered by farmland and tea plantations, the river looks extremely impressive with eye catching vistas of nature all around. Enjoying a cruise ride on Brahmaputra River remains a dream of many. The tour passes through vivid places of tourist interest:

Kaziranga National Park’s one-horned rhino
As you laze around on your boat's sun deck, you relish vivid vistas of wildlife in Kaziranga National Park. The Park covers 430 square kilometre area and is known for housing the iconic Greater one-horned rhinoceros apart from elephants, wild water buffalo, and swamp deer.

Cultural life on Majuli Island
Next you will also explore the culturally rich Majuli Island during your Brahmaputra river cruise which tells you a lot about the local cultures and history. Majuli houses indigenous tribes leading a beautiful life away from modernism. You can interact with tribal here and learn a lot about their traditional way of living. Tribes here are known for mask-making.

Be A Local
The cruise also passes through numerous tiny villages where you will be amazed to see locals indulging in textile making. The boat stops at various villages where you can get down and interact with locals. It is interesting to hear old stories from people of these villages and buy some locally made textiles.  

Best time to cruise
The best time to partake in a river cruise in Assam is from November to April as this is the time when Kaziranga National Park usually opens.

How to Reach
By Air: Guwahati’s Lokapriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport is the nearest airport from the city.
By Rail: Assam has direct rail connectivity from Calcutta, New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, and other major metropolises.
By Road: Roads to Assam are in good condition and thus, travelling by buses is a good option.

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