Next in line for Antara Ganga Vilas. World’s Longest River Cruise now available in segmented cruising voyages. Ganga Vilas successfully completed the inaugural voyage
After its successful debut with the world’s longest river cruise that sailed 27 rivers across India & Bangladesh in 51 days, Antara Ganga Vilas now announces segmented cruises for the upcoming September 2023 season.
Flagged off by the Indian PM, Ganga Vilas successfully completed the inaugural voyage, connecting Varanasi with Dibrugarh via Dhaka, Bangladesh for the first time in over 100 years, with 32 international guests. This cruise has unlocked regional connectivity across 2 countries and 27 rivers of the Ganga & Brahmaputra river systems, setting world records and redefining the future of Indian experiences.
Guests can now choose segments of Antara Ganga Vilas’ enriching sailing programmes that will take them from Kolkata to Varanasi via historic places such as Murshidabad, Patna and Buxar. This special itinerary allows guests to explore the ancient city of Varanasi in plushness right from the lap of the river Ganga. A perfect mix to experience the land and the river through the eyes of Mr. Raj Singh with similar departures for 2024.
“The idea is for guests to pack and unpack just once and yet gently immerse into a varied sensory experience through the stories of many cultures, the joys of the beautiful riverscapes and signature Antara services along the way that capture the essence of the passing region.” RAJ SINGH Chairman, Antara Cruises
These itineraries continue to extend the brand’s philosophy of contemporary cruising on ancient rivers — personalised services whilst embracing the spirit of slow travel to discover the secrets of the waterways and the shores.
Next in line for Antara Ganga Vilas. World’s Longest River Cruise now available in segmented cruising voyages. Ganga Vilas successfully completed the inaugural voyage: Antara Cruises