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Heritage Cruise : Vivida cruise on GangesTop 10 water journeys

Over thousands of years Ganga hasn't changed at all. The river is a silent testimony of the immutable undercurrent of Indian spirituality and philosophy. Sourced from the Himalayas to the magnanimous delta of Sunderbans ... no river plays a more important religious, economic, social and cultural role in the lives of the people than the Ganges. Shimmering through its mesmerizing course, the holy Ganges beckons pilgrims from India and the entire world. This journey along its wonderful and generous waters that bathe the earth and foster the hearts of earnest men, will give you a true insight into the spirit that's the Ganges.

Days: 14 nights 15 days, Sailing Dates: August, September and October, 2014

Route: Kolkata to Varanasi via Barrackpore / Serampore & Chandannagar, Shantipur & Kalna, Mayapur & Matihari, Murshidabad, Farakka Barrage & Maldah, Gaur, Vikramshila, Munger, Simaria and Patna.

Cost: Starting from Rs 79450 for a 7N/8D trip

The Spice Route I : Sea cruise on Azamara Quest CruiseTop 10 water journeys


This voyage has it all: tropical beaches, colonial outposts and a wealth of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. After high-octane Mumbai, Goa beckons with gorgeous beaches, spice plantations, and colonial architecture. With two full days in Kochi, experience the surreal beauty of the Kerala backwaters, Mattancherry Palace, and a mesmerizing Kathakali performance. Tropical Kuda Bandos offers a day of jungle touring, bird-watching or snorkeling among colorful coral. Sri Lanka is a treasure trove of natural and man-made wonders, and with an overnight in Colombo and another in Galle you've got options to explore seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites including sacred cities, Buddhist monasteries, cave temples and national parks. In Chennai you'll learn about Tamil culture and have time to visit the magnificent rock-cut temples and monoliths of Mahabalipuram.

Days: 13 nights, Sailing Date: 26th November, 2014

Route: Mumbai to Chennai via Mormugao, Kochi, Kuda Bandos (Maldives), Colombo (Sri Lanka) and Galle (Sri Lanka).

Cost: Starting from US $ 4249 for the trip

India, Burma and Beyond: Sea cruise on Seaboun OdysseyTop 10 water journeys


After high-octane Mumbai sail in the Arabian Sea to the Kerala- God’s own country and then down to the emerald island- Sri Lanka. Then travel to Myanmar. In Yangoon hundreds of golden spires reach for the sky, with the glittering diamond-encrusted Shwedagon Pagoda rising above all. Join an optional excursion to the Pagoda as monks pray and the sun sets, a sight you'll never forget. And don't miss the chance to visit ancient Bagan on the Ayeyarwady River, a stunning site of thousands of temples and stupas. From Myanmar you'll sail south towards Singapore, stopping for gorgeous tropical beaches in Phuket and Langkawi, and Malacca. Kuala Lumpur picks up the pace with high-rise shopping and the twin towers, and finally in Singapore where you can visit Clark Quay, famous Raffles Bar & Hotel, parks and gardens, and distinctive ethnic neighborhoods.

Days: 18 nights, Sailing Date: 22nd October, 2014

Route: Mumbai to Singapore via Mangalore, Kochi, Colombo (Sri Lanka), Yangon (Myanmar), Phuket (Thailand), Langkawi (Malaysia), Port Klang Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) and Malacca (Malaysia).

Cost: Starting from US $ 5999 for the trip

The Spice Route II : Sea cruise on Azamara Quest CruiseTop 10 water journeys

Sail across the Bay of Bengal to the colorful paradise of the Andaman Islands, then on to Myanmar. In Yangon hundreds of golden spires reach for the sky, with the glittering diamond-encrusted Shwedagon Pagoda rising above all. Join an optional excursion to the Pagoda as monks pray and the sun sets, a sight you'll never forget. And don't miss the chance to visit ancient Bagan on the Ayeyarwady River, a stunning site of thousands of temples and stupas. From Myanmar you'll sail south to Singapore, stopping for gorgeous tropical beaches in Phuket and Langkawi, and a day in Penang, where you can take a hair-raising funicular ride for gorgeous views or visit historic George Town. (Don't leave without tasting Asam Laksa, Penang's sweet and sour rice noodle soup.) Kuala Lumpur picks up the pace with high-rise shopping and the twin towers, and an overnight in Singapore lets you visit Clark Quay, famous Raffles Bar & Hotel, parks and gardens, and distinctive ethnic neighborhoods.

Days: 13 nights, Sailing Date: 9th December, 2014

Route: Chennai to Singapore via Port Blair, Yangon (Myanmar), Phuket (Thailand), Langkawi (Malaysia), George Town Penang (Malaysia) and Port Klang Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)

Cost: Starting from US $ 3749 for the trip

 
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