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Who goes on Adventure Resorts & Cruises cruise ships?

Most of the passengers are well-traveled 50- to 70-year-olds from English-speaking countries. They are looking to explore India in comfort, while experiencing regional cuisine, customs and culture.

Do I have to dress up on a Adventure Resorts & Cruises cruise?

No. The onboard atmosphere is relaxed, and there is no formal dress code. Passengers wear loose, practical clothes in the daytime. Modest clothing is required for visits to temples. In the evening, most people change for dinner into something a little smarter, but it's not a requirement.

Is everything free on Adventure Resorts & Cruises cruises?

No. Fares cover all meals, snacks, bottled water, shore excursions and Wi-Fi. Passengers also receive a memory stick of images taken by the onboard naturalist and photographer as a souvenir. Bar drinks and gratuities cost extra.

What are Adventure Resorts & Cruises’s most popular activities?

Travelers choose Adventure Resorts and Cruises for its immersive shore excursions, which include unscripted village walks where passengers are met by crowds of excited children and locals. There are trips to tea plantations and temples, as well as daily wildlife-spotting opportunities, either on foot or from the ship's two tenders. A highlight is a visit to Kaziranga National Park, famous for India's largest population of one-horned rhinos, colorful birdlife and -- for the luckiest passengers -- a glimpse of a Royal Bengal tiger.

Free morning yoga sessions are held on the ship or riverbank, and on some evenings, atmospheric sundowners are served on the sandbar next to the docking spots.

Why go with Adventure Resorts & Cruises?

  • Soft adventure on India's Brahmaputra River.
  • Excellent amenities including pool, spa and elevator.
  • Open top deck and tenders for wildlife viewing.
  • Best For: Adventurous, wildlife-loving open-minded travelers.
  • Not For: Luxury cruisers and timid travelers nervous about unfamiliar foods and exotic locales.

Best for: Adventurous, wildlife-loving open-minded travelers

Not for: Luxury cruisers and timid travelers nervous about unfamiliar foods and exotic locales

Adventure Resorts & Cruises Cruises Cruiser Reviews

Cruising on the Brahmaputra

We wanted to explore Assam for family reasons and this was a great way to see and feel the amazing culture of India. From the moment we arrived we were made to feel very special, with personal and discreet attention... Read More
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Mike Nixon

2-5 Cruises

Age 60s

Worth every penny!

Without a doubt the best way to travel through and see the amazing state of Assam. The constantly changing views of the mighty Brahmaputra river and eastern Himalayan backdrop will take your breath away. The... Read More
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DLSS

2-5 Cruises

Age 50s

Soul Food / I didn't see another tourist boat

To sail in Assam down the wide and wonderful Brahmaputra at sunset is a magic like no other. Balm for the soul. The antithesis of city living . The whole thing was a treat: the empty beauty of this ever changing... Read More
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michelesophie

6-10 Cruises

Age 70s

The Brahmaputra

A wonderful, unique opportunity to explore river life in India. The company covers every tiny detail to ensure enjoyment, right from the off. They meet you and allocate a car to share for trips, just three or four... Read More
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gaunty

10+ Cruises

Age 70s

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