Pandaw Cruises offers adventure-seeking travellers the chance to spot tigers at Kaziranga National Park, a UNESCO-listed world heritage site in India’s North Eastern Assam region. The protected area is home to the world’s largest population of one-horned rhinoceroses. It is also a breeding ground for tigers and elephants and a hotspot for birdlife.
Travellers can take a jeep safari through this lush reserve during Pandaw’s 7-night sailing along the Brahmaputra, a most beautiful of rivers. Kaziranga is one of two national parks visited during Pandaw’s Mighty Brahmaputra expedition, along with Nameri National Park. Adventurous travellers will be richly rewarded with an unforgettable experience on this river.
The Brahmaputra river expedition offers travellers a unique opportunity to explore the untouched beauty of India’s North Eastern region. Pandaw Cruises has been exploring the river since 2014, and the experience they offer is unparalleled. Travellers can enjoy onboard lectures, cultural performances, and local cuisine while cruising the mighty river.
Pandaw Cruises also offers a new combo expedition that includes sailings along the Ganges River, another UNESCO-listed world heritage site. The Ganges River expedition takes travellers from Kolkata to Varanasi, where they can witness the traditional Hindu ceremonies and rituals.
Travellers can book their cabin on the Brahmaputra or the Ganges River expedition by visiting pandaw.com or their preferred travel advisor. Pandaw Cruises has taken all necessary precautions to ensure the safety and health of its passengers during the pandemic.
In conclusion, Pandaw Cruises offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to explore the untouched beauty of India’s North Eastern region and witness the wildlife at Kaziranga National Park. The expedition is a perfect blend of adventure, culture, and luxury. So, book your cabin now and embark on an unforgettable journey with Pandaw Cruises.
WRITTEN BY: JASON SMITH