Ganga Vilas Cruise Tickets Booked Till March 2024 World’s Longest River Cruise

Ganga Vilas Cruise Ticket Price: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today flagged off MV Ganga Vilas Cruise, the world’s longest river cruise ship. There are 31 tourists from Sweden on board this luxurious cruise. At the same time, tickets for the journey of this cruise have been booked till March 2024.

50-55 lakh per person cost

PM Modi flagged off the cruise from Ravidas Ghat today through video conference. For the journey in Ganga Vilas, the world’s longest river cruise, Rs 50-55 lakh per person will have to be spent. Ticket booking for its journey till March 2024 has been completed. This ship will also cover Bangladesh border including 5 states of the country. On the one hand, for this luxury journey, you will have to spend lakhs of rupees per passenger, on the other hand, you will have to wait for more than 1 year for booking one of its suits.

Booking Full till March 2024

Saudamini Mathur, vice president of Antara Luxury River Cruises, the company operating MV Ganga Vilas, says that the cost of the entire journey from Varanasi to Dibrugarh on MV Ganga Vilas, the world’s longest river cruise, is around 50-55 lakhs. per passenger is Rs. Mathur said that the cruise is fully booked till March 2024 and only after that booking will be available. Most of the tourists who get seats are from America and Europe. Mathur said that local food and seasonal vegetables would be served to the tourists.

what is special about cruise

MV Ganga Vilas is the first cruise ship built in India. The luxury cruise has three decks, 18 suites with a capacity of 36 tourists and all luxury facilities. Vegetarian food, mixed non-alcoholic beverages, spa and special facility of doctor call will also be available on this cruise. The world’s longest luxury river cruise MV Ganga Vilas has many features.

It has left to complete its maiden journey of 3,200 km from the ancient city of Assam to Dibrugarh. Now bookings for the voyage of this ship are available only after April 2024. In this you will get a chance to know the art, culture, history and spirituality of India and Bangladesh. This cruise will pass through 17 river systems.

39 crew members on board

Raj Singh, founder and CEO of Antara Luxury River Cruises, says that non-vegetarian food or alcohol will not be available on board. The ship has a crew of 39 and is manned by Captain Mahadev Naik, who has over 35 years of experience.

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