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Antara Luxury River Cruises is set to embark on the longest river journey in the world with a 51-day cruise along the Ganges and the Brahmaputra. From Kashi in Uttar Pradesh to Dibrugarh, Assam via Sunderbans and Bangladesh, guests would be able to sail across 27 smaller rivers, five states and two countries. The 51-day cruise aboard Antara’s art-deco boutique ship, Antara Ganga Vilas, would be an opportunity for anyone looking to explore South Asian culture along some of its most ancient regions and systems. Perfect for leisure travellers, history buffs, culture enthusiasts and nature lovers, the cruise further allows for a hop-on and hop-off option for those who would like to travel only on specific segments.
The journey will be called The Grand Cruise, and will provide both on-site and off-site experiences every day. The itinerary will include a number of World Heritage Sites situated in Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Bihar, and other places. The cruise will also enter Bangladesh, and will pass via the UNESCO-accredited Sundarbans and, before entering India, it will take its guests to various places in Bangladesh, including Barisal, Bagerhat and Dhak.
Revealing more about the itinerary, Raj Singh, Chairman of the company added that all the experiences have been personally designed and vetted by him. He also added that the historical route has also been finalised with the support, assistance and cooperation of both the Indian and Bangladesh governments, which are working together to ensure seamless travel between the two countries.
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