MV Ganga Vilas Cruise
PM Narendra Modi launched the world’s longest river cruise on 13th January 2023 (Friday). The World’s Longest River Cruise will be called MV Ganga Villas. The luxury cruise is destined to cover over 3200 km across 27 river systems in five different Indian States and Bangladesh. The Cruise will seat 36 passengers/tourists at a time as it has 18 suits along with three decks on it.
MV Ganga Vilas Route Map
This one-of-a-kind cruise has been launched in India that will meander through the majestic river systems of India. The journey cruise has begun from Varanasi, will continue through many cities in India and then it will enter Bangladesh where it will touch down at Dhaka finally it will set forward to enter India again to conclude its journey at Dibrugarh.
MV Ganga Vilas Ticket Price & Booking
The Cruise started its maiden journey on 13th January 2023 from Varanasi with 32 tourists from Switzerland and it is expected to end the voyage on 1st March 2023 at Dibrugarh, Assam. The journey on the MV Ganga Vilas will cost the tourists around INR 25,000 to INR 50,000 per head.
Some of the main cities that will be covered during the journey of this made-in-India Vessel through the vast river systems of India are Patna, Sahibgunj, Kolkata, Dhaka (Bangladesh) and Guwahati. While on the journey, the tourists will enjoy 50 interesting spots in around 51 days such as some World Heritage Sights, National Parks, and Major River Ghats.
The tourists will also witness the magnificent Ganga Arti in Varanasi, they spot Royal Bengal Tigers while meandering through the Sunderbans and One Horn Rhinos in Kaziranga National Park. Along with these distinguished experiences, the tourists might prepare themselves for awe-inspiring experiences at historical, cultural and religious places across the 5 Indian States and some parts of Bangladesh as well.
MV Ganga Vilas Distance
The MV Ganga Vilas Vessel is 12m wide and 62m Long and sails with a draft of 1.4m. The vessel is designed in an eco-friendly manner and it is equipped with pollution-free mannerisms and noise control technologies.