Pandaw River Expeditions is offering a new 8-day Brahmaputra River program in partnership with MV Mahabaahu. The itineraries will commence in March 2015, offering Pandaw guests an exploration of the Assam region in the north-east of India.
Guest onboard the Pandaw-led sailing will visit the largest river island in the world and meet the Mishing people that inhabit the region. Pandaw guests will head into the Assam province’s hills, plains and forests to learn more about the aromatic tea that it is known for.
Travel by boat, jeep and elephant and get up close to single horned rhinos, buffaloes, Indian tigers and river dolphins, as well as experiencing the scenery of the Kaziranga National Park.
Pandaw guests will enjoy a ‘yacht-like’ feel onboard the 23-suite MV Mahabaahu as well as luxury service and a crew to passenger ratio of 2:1.
The Brahmaputra River is the only navigable river in the world from which the Himalaya Mountains can be seen. It is also the only river, apart from the Zambezi River in Africa, where elephant, jeep and boat safaris are found together. Guests will visit temples, tribal villages, monasteries, ancient palaces and tea estates.
In addition to the cruise, Pandaw also offers pre and post stays in luxury hotels in Delhi and Kol-kata, including domestic connecting flights.
For more information, visit www.pandaw.com.