The 51 days cruise is planned with visits to 50 tourist spots.
This fully India-made cruise fulfils European standards not only in luxury, but also in avoiding river pollution.
The cruise has 18 luxury suites with multi-star facilities on its three decks and can carry 36 passengers..
The cruise has a gymnasium, a spa, restaurant, sunbath deck and other amenities on board to entertain the tourists and also to provide them a comfortable experience.
It has its own sewage treatment plant besides a water treatment plant that lifts water from the river for daily use.
A crew of 40, including marine and housekeeping, remains present on the cruise.
The maiden voyage of MV Ganga Vilas will witness 32 tourists from Switzerland relishing the Varanasi to Dibrugarh journey.. ...
The Swiss tourists were accorded a warm and traditional welcome at the Lal Bahadur Shastri International airport.
Bihar is the one most intimately linked to the Buddhas life, resulting in a trail of pilgrimages which have come to be known as the Buddhist circuit..
From Bihar, the cruise will enter the Hooghly River at Farakka and reach the Sunderbans through Kolkata, sailing downstream.
In Bengal, tourists can experience rustic village life co-exists besides modern Metropolis high rises and Bullock Carts running parallel to Audis, BMW, Mercedes.
The Kaziranga National Park, home to the great Indian one-horned rhinoceros is one of the most important wildlife tourist attractions in northeast India..