The longest river cruise can be booked for 5 years; it has a bar, a spa, and 18 suites
The longest river cruise in the world is about to leave from Ganga Vilas very soon. It is in Varanasi’s Ramnagar port. Therefore, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will set out the 3,200-km-long yatra on January 13. Thus, this cruise will depart from Varanasi and go via Bangladesh to Dibrugarh in Assam. On this river trip, which includes opulent amenities like a 5-star hotel, 32 international guests will travel the Ganga for 51 days.
The everlasting trip will take guests on a soothing journey of 51 days. traveling 3200 km. The route for this trip will hail from National Waterway 1, the Ganga-Bhagirathi-Hooghly River System, the Indo-Bangla Protocol Route from Kolkata to Dhubri, and the Brahmaputra (National Waterway 2). There are going to be 27 rivers on the journey.
The trip will take the visitors to see the majestic view of the rivers of India. The Ganga, Bhagirathi, Hooghly, Vidyavati, Matla, Sundarbans River Systems-5, Meghna, Padma, Jamuna, and Brahmaputra are the principal rivers that will be on the path, creating the enchanting view.
In this royal journey, the trip will sail through UP, Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Assam, and Bangladesh. Thus, it will be a great opportunity to have a view of all these cities from the river. 50 popular tourist attractions are among the 50 special ports of call along the cruise’s route. It includes Varanasi, Patna, Kolkata, Dhaka, Guwahati, and Dibrugarh.
There are 18 suites, restaurants, bars, spas, sundecks, gyms, and lounges on the trip for the guests.
Not only this, but the main deck contains a 40-seat restaurant with buffet counters serving both continental and Indian cuisine for the guests. There is a bar with steamer chairs and coffee tables on the top deck and an outside seating area.
There are bathrooms with bathtubs, convertible beds, French balconies, LED TVs, safes, smoke alarms, life waste, and sprinklers are all available.
The total cost of the tour for each person is Rs 19 lakh. Thus, the suite is being rented for Rs. 38 lahks. The pricing may change depending on the area.
The trip is extraordinary as, on the route to Dibrugarh, the ship will travel through the Meghna River. The Sundarbans may be seen by visitors as a delight. One of the things about this place is that it has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The lovely jungle is home to Royal Bengal Tigers as well.
Additionally, the route will pass through Kaziranga National Park. where one can get a glimpse of elephants and the fabled one-horned rhinoceros. Also, the view of Majuli Island.
According to Raj Singh, Ganga Vilas’ whole 5-year advance booking has been completed, which is a tremendous achievement. It has been reserved by several international tourism organizations for visitors. The yatra’s fee, which begins on January 13, is Rs 19 lakh. Thus, the 32 people on board will all make it to Dibrugarh from Varanasi. There won’t be any further reservations made for this route anymore.