Whether you’re planning a romantic escape, family getaway or going to take in the sights luxury cruises in India offer you the much deserved break across some of the most diverse locales across India. Whereas the M.V. Mahabahu Cruise takes you on a cultural excursion through the path less travelled in North East India sailing through the cascading waters of Bramhaputra River or RV Bengal on ganges. you may select to set sail through the palm fringed backwaters of Kerala the luxury cruise liner Vrinda by Oberoi Group

The RV Bengal Ganga is a replica of a colonial steamer that offers 28 air conditioned and comfortable staterooms, making excellent use of beautiful teak timber with brass fittings throughout. The vessel has the most modern navigational and safety equipment and is the perfect way to explore the Ganges in real style. This is an area of India that is less visited but still offering a great insight into the daily lives of the people living on the river. Offering 4 – 8 night cruises, they visit a number of important historical sites including the colonial splendours of Kolkata, the sacred places of Buddhism around Bodhgaya. The cruises stop daily in smaller towns and villages to see handicrafts, rural life and a variety of local cultures. The cruises oer an insight into village life, colourful festivals, amazing archaeological sites, museums, temples, as well as a chance to see the wonderful scenery along the River. Places of interest like Angipur, Farakka, Samtaghat, Bateshwarsthan, Sultanganj Up, To Munger, Kalnam, Matiar, Murshidabad and Jangipur are visited on various cruises

MV Mahabaahu Luxury River Cruise on the Brahmaputra, Assam Guwahati-SilghatKaziranga & Biswanath GhatMajuli Island-Neamati Ghat

The Mahabaahu is a prestigious vessel with 5 decks with a choice of luxury cabins and suites, all with private
facilities and panoramic windows , and facilities including a health spa, sauna, jacuzzi, hair dressing and beauty salon offering incredible wildlife experience, learning the art of tea-picking, watching monks dance in tribute to Lord Vishnu at one of the largest River island and visiting villages inhabited by Mishing tribesmen who have not seen tourists before.

The Oberoi MV Vrinda is small enough to thread its way through Kerala’s backwaters – and to offer a wonderfully personal experience, as there are just eight Deluxe Cabins on-board – but spacious enough to host its own elegant, wood-panelled dining room, with both indoor and outdoor seating. As the cruiser wends its way through Vembanad Lake and the Allepey waterways, guests can sup on regional cuisine, sip cardamom tea on the deck, take in traditional dance performances…even enjoy 24-hour butler service.