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IRCTC Tour Packages from Ex Silghat Jetty to MV Mahabaahu Downstream Cruise 2022

Last Updated on March 14, 2022

IRCTC Tour Packages from Ex Silghat Jetty | Mv Mahabaahu Downstream Cruise Tour Packages IRCTC 2022

IRCTC Mv Mahabaahu Downstream Cruise Tour Package Overview

IRCTC Tourism has announced a special tour package to Mv Mahabaahu Downstream Cruise From Ex Silghat Jetty with a starting tariff of Rs. 36,750 per person.

Package Name MV Mahabaahu Downstream Cruise package Ex Silghat jetty
Covered Places Guwahati-Silghat-Guwahati
Tour Duration 2 Nights | 3 Days
Cruise Cabin All Guest Cabins are on Deck 1 and Deck 2 with large picture windows for a good river view.
Accommodation 06 Superior without balcony, 04 Deluxe with balcony, 1 Luxury with balcony, 1 Suite with balcony
Sightseeing by As per itinerary.
Food All meals
Package Cost Starting from Rs. 36,750
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IRCTC Tour Package by MV Mahabaahu Cruise 2022
Package Name MV Mahabaahu Downstream Cruise package Ex Silghat jetty
Destination Covered Guwahati-Silghat-Guwahati
Package Code CDRC03
Traveling Mode By MV Mahabaahu Cruise
Departure Date 2022 – MAR 18 | APR 15 | OCT 28 | NOV 11 | DEC 23
2023 – JAN 20 | FEB 03 | MAR 03, 31
IRCTC Mv Mahabaahu Downstream Cruise Tour Plan from Ex Silghat Jetty 2022

Tour Circuits: (Silghat To Guwahati (02n/03d) – Downstream
Embarkation on MV Mahabaahu: Silghat
Disembarkation at: Pandu Port at Guwahati

Tour Itinerary:

Day 1: Arrive Guwahati Airport, Drive to Silghat, MV Mahabaahu Sails downstream, Assamese Theme Evening We fly in to Guwahati by 0800 hrs where the MV Mahabaahu representatives receive us and we drive away to Silghat to board MV Mahabaahu. The 4-hour drive through the green meandering views of Assam is an opportunity to understand the cultural aspect of the region. We are welcomed and ushered in to our cabins and soon after we enjoy lunch on board as MV Mahabaahu sails on towards the Bangla village. This afternoon we enjoy cruising on the mighty Brahmaputra and pass by village folk who wave from their very own islands. After a relaxed and leisurely Afternoon, we enjoy the evening tea and snacks. This evening we enjoy an Assamese theme evening; Assamese freshly caught fried fish—Assamese tribal style for snacks (for vegetarians there are several delicious snacks), Assami Mekhla Chaadar and Dhoti Kurta with Ahomia music and Ahomia dance moves and to top it all an Assamese Dinner Menu. We are briefed on the program for the following day once again. This evening we can lounge and spend some quality time with friends and family.

Day 2: A Bangla Village Visit
This is a very relaxed morning. You can sleep in or be on the top deck to experience a session of Yog and enjoy a peep into the traditional wisdom of the gurus from ancient times. A laid-back relaxed breakfast from 0800 to 1000 hrs, a talk on Kamakhya temple and an orientation on the Bangla Village and Kamakhya. We interact with the village folk and try to understand the simple and satisfied subsistence life styles. These folks who live off the Brahmaputra river, both for farming and fishing make a choice of living on fertile unclaimed sand bars. They understand that they can enjoy the privilege of owning large expanse of land only till the river decides to remain benevolent. The river claims their land during the monsoon and they must return to their haven on mainland or create one. The river starts receding from October to mid-Feb and slowly the snow-melt in the Himalayas starts creating volume and an indication to get ready. April showers add to the water levels. We return to the ship for lunch and enjoy some leisurely hours reading a book or indulging in a steam, Sauna, Jacuzzi or an Ayurvedic Massage or any other beauty treatment. You can enjoy a dip in the swimming pool or be on the sun deck to enjoy the river in its process of devouring or adding to the sand of the sand bars. We visit Peacock Island (if daylight hours permit) and then sail towards the Saraighat Bridge We raise a toast to the River Brahmaputra and Goddess Kamakhya for giving us a safe passage. Enjoy a relaxed dinner on MV Mahabaahu. After dinner we spend some time in the lounge and retire for the evening.

Day 3: Kamakhya Temple Visit and Airport/Hotel Transfer
This morning we are docked at Pandu in Guwahati. We enjoy breakfast on the ship and deboard at 0900 hrs. We get into our cars and drive to the famous Shakti Peeth of Kamakhya Devi, the Goddess of Desire. This temple is located on Top of Nilachal hill. Post the temple visit we drive to the Guwahati Airport with countless memories of Assam. It is recommended that the flight out of Guwahati is after 1400 hrs.

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List of IRCTC Tour Package Inclusions

  • Airport-Jetty-Airport transfers and sightseeing as per itinerary.
  • Accommodation and all meals as indicated by the program
  • Onboard English-Speaking Guide, all entrance fees, still camera fee, and local assistance is included.
  • RO filters in all cabins and public areas throughout the cruise. Stainless steel water bottles for sight-seeing. Filled jugs are available in the cabins.
  • Electric kettle and a mini bar too is available in the cabin.

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