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Ganges Heritage Cruise

07 Nights & 08 Days


The Ganga- Brahmaputra flood plains in the eastern part of the country are one of the richest in bio-diversity and even history. The trail marks the entry of the British , who then ruled the country for a long time. Along with that, there are weaving villages, ancient temples and even the longest barrage in the world. The mix of sights gives the traveller a fair idea of India and its subcultures.

Top Places

Kolkata | Barrackpore / Chandannagar | Kalna | Mayapur and Matiari | Murshidabad | Farakka Barrage | Kolkata


Victoria Memorial | Kali Ma Temple | Barrackpore | Matiari | Farraka Barrage

Kolkata / Day 1 - 2

Arrive in Kolkata. After breakfast visit the Famous Jain Temples of Kolkata and The Howrah Bridge, a cantilevered bridge, also known as Rabindra Setu. This is similar in size to the Sydney Harbour Bridge but carries a flow of traffic which Sydney could never dream of. It is the busiest bridge in the world. Later […]
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Barrackpore / Chandannagar / Day 3

The Europe on Ganges: There are 5 European reminiscence within 40 km north of Kolkata and were trading post. The vessel will drop anchor at these places as per the guests’ choice. Visit any two or more. Barrackpore, the British Governors residence, Serampore: the Danish Colony under the name Frederiksnagore from 1755 to 1845 Chandannagore […]
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Kalna / Day 4

Kalna – Maharajas of Bardhaman built several magnificent temples with intricate terracotta ornamentation, the main one being 108 Shiv Mandir built in 1809 in traditional chala architecture and the Raj Bari which house most of the temples.
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Mayapur and Matiari / Day 5

Mayapur and Matiari: These are the headquarters of ISKCON, preaching the power of prayer to attain salvation. Matiari – Kansha (Bell metal wares) was a poor man substitute to the rich silverware used in Bengali homes for prayers, table wares and also for cooking. The traditional Kansari artisans make from scrap metals and are handcrafted […]
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Murshidabad / Day 6

The Nawab Murshid Quli Khan made Murshidabad the capital city of Sube Bangla, comprising of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa. The East India Company reigned from here for many years after the Battle of Plassey. Visit Nizamat Kila, also known as the Hazaarduari Palace built by Duncan McLeod of the Bengal Engineers in 1867, in the […]
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Farakka Barrage / Day 7

Farakka Barrage is the world’s longest Barrage, controlling the sharing of waters between India and Bangladesh. Depending upon the check in time experience the sail through Farakka barrage – the lock gates open between 9am to 11 am with prior permission. The Farakka Barrage is the longest barrage in the world as per the Guinness […]
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Kolkata / Day 8

Onward flight.
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