Ganga Villas Luxury Cruise sets a journey of 51 days and covers major tourist destinations. Ganga Vilas also passes through a total of five states, India and Bangladesh.
Luxury Cruise Ganga Villas
India Today Webdesk: Ganga Villas Luxury Cruise arrived at Ramnagar port in Varanasi on Tuesday. The cruise, which left Kolkata on December 22nd, was originally scheduled to arrive in the holy city on Saturday. However, the arrival was delayed due to bad weather.
MV Ganga Villas Cruise Yatra will be flagged virtually by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 13th January.
MV Ganga Villas Luxury Cruise – What You Need To Know
Initially, the cruise will move from Ramnagar Port to San Travidas Ghat. A luxurious triple her deck cruise travels from Varanasi in Assam to Dibrugarh on the world’s longest waterway.
According to an official statement, the cruise will be a 51-day journey and will visit 50 tourist attractions including major cities such as World Heritage Sites, National Parks, Ghats River, Patna in Bihar, Sahibganj in Jharkhand and Kolkata in West Bengal. increase. , Dhaka, Bangladesh and Guwahati, Assam.
The cruise has a capacity of 80 people and 18 suits.
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MV Ganga Villas Luxury Cruise – The Route
Ganga Villas Luxury Cruise passes through Bangladesh on a 51-day journey.
After this, continue to Dibrugarh along the Brahmaputra River in Assam.
Ganga Villas Luxury Cruises through the five states of India and Bangladesh cover more than 3,200 km.
The cruise passes through a total of 27 river systems in UP, Bihar, West Bengal, Bangladesh and Assam. It also covers his three major rivers, the Ganges, Meghna and Brahmaputra.
The cruise enters the Bhagirathi, Hooghly, Vidyavati, Maratha and Sundarbans rivers of Bengal.
In Bangladesh, it passes through Bangladesh’s Meghna, Padma and Jamuna and enters Assam’s Brahmaputra.
Ganga Villas Luxury Cruise Ticket Price
Tickets for Ganga Villas Luxury Cruise can be booked through the official website of the company operating the cruise.
According to Shipping and Waterways and Ayush Sarbananda Sonowal, the cruise costs 24,692.25 rupees ($300) per person per day.
Fares are the same for Indians and foreigners, Sonowar told reporters in Guwahati on Monday.
For the full 51 days, the cruise ticket will cost more than 12.59 lakh rupees ($153,000), he said.
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