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April 18, 2019 River Cruising No Comments Email Email

Save up to $1800 per couple – Available until sold out

Bonus: No single supplement on December 22, 2019, departure.

Experience the less-travelled and wildlife-abundant state of Assam in northern India on a boutique river cruise along the sacred Brahmaputra River, with Adventure Resorts and Cruises (ARC) offering 25 per cent discounts.

Boasting views of the Himalayas, abundant wildlife and numerous tea plantations, the Brahmaputra River is one of India’s hidden treasures and Australians can see it for less with this new special offer from ARC.

Guests can save 25 per cent on one of three, seven-night Brahmaputra River cruises aboard ARC’s boutique, 46-guest river ship, MV Mahabaahu. The first departs from Guwahati on September 29, 2019, and the second departs Guwahati on March 29, 2020. Prices begin from $2815 per person, twin-share, in a twin superior cabin – a saving of $938 per person. ARC has not left solo travellers out either with a special, no-single-supplement offer on their December 22, 2019, departure from Guwahati, with prices starting from $2815 in a superior cabin.

Beginning in Guwahati, highlights of the seven-night cruise include visiting sacred monasteries, tea plantations, local villages, ancient palaces and bonfires on deserted river islands at night. Guests will also go on a wildlife safari in Kaziranga National Park – home to two thirds of the world’s great, one-horned rhinoceroses. The park is a World Heritage site and guests will also be on the lookout for exotic animals such as elephants, water buffalo, rhino and the elusive Bengal tiger.  The Brahmaputra River also boasts views of the 7000m-high Himalayas. The cruise ends in Neamati Ghat.

This offer is available until sold out and includes a seven-night Brahmaputra River cruise, all shipboard main meals, transfers and daily shore excursions. Flights from Australia are extra.

“A cruise on the Brahmaputra River offers Australians an exclusive and exotic new adventure far off the beaten tourist trail,” said ARC Chairman Sanjay Basu. “Accommodation in Assam is also very limited so a journey aboard the MV Mahabaahu offers the best, easiest and most secure way to explore the region.”

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