Asian river cruise line Pandaw, known for their shallow draft ships, is waiving the single supplement fees on several of its Indian cruises.
They have also tailored the expeditions for independent explorers who want to sail the Gangers, the Irrawaddy, the Chindwin as well as the Mekong rivers.
The cruise departs from Kolkata and visits destinations like Kalna where you can take a rickshaw to see Bengal’s terracotta temples as well as the unique Shiva temple, Matiari, the brass-working village by the river, Murshidabad, the home of the great Hazarduari Palace which has an extensive collection of paintings, china and weapons and then onto Baranagar, Mayapur and finally Chandernagore which has a rich Islamic history.
The seven-night cruise departure dates are either April 19 or October 25, 2020.
The cruise includes all meals, cocktail hour, daily excursions, cultural performances, movie nights as well as free mountain bikes to explore rural villages, temples and the Indian countryside.