World's longest river cruise 'Ganga Vilas'

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The biggest river cruise ship in the world, the "Ganga Vilas," will be unveiled by Prime Minister Modi on January 13. It will span the Ganga and Brahmaputra rivers in a 3,200-kilometer journey.

With cutting-edge amenities like a spa and gym, this river trip has been created to enrich Indian culture and customs. In 51 days, 50 tourist attractions will be visited.

This cruise ship sails  through Assam, Bengal,  Uttar Pradesh and Bangladesh. Along with the Ganga, Brahmaputra, Bhagirathi, Hooghly, Bidyavati, Matla, Meghna, Padma, and Jamuna rivers of Bangladesh, "Ganga Vilas" will cruise.

Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh is where the Ganga Vilas Yatra begins, and Dibrugarh in Assam is where it concludes. The Sundarban Delta, Vikramshila University, Ganga Harathi, and Kaziranga National Park are among the tourist destinations featured.

62 meters length  12 meters width 18 suites   Comfort for 36 passengers 3 sundecks   Gym, Spa River view lounge      Cultural programs

Luxury accommodation

Each traveler must spend about Rs. 25 thousand per day to go in "Ganga Vilas." It implies that it will cost Rs. 12.75 lakhs to finish the journey on this river cruise. Bookings for tickets are accessible through Luxury River Cruises.

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