Flowing through Tibet, India and Bangladesh, on a course just shy of 2,000 miles, the stretch of the river in Assam – known for its tea - makes for a memorable river cruise experience, way off the beaten track. This is an unique adventure river cruise on the world’s fastest-moving waterway, where the landscape changes by the hour: sandbanks come and go, water levels visibly rise and fall, and the river is not navigable at night. Highlights of a Brahmaputra river cruise include visiting rural villages seemingly untouched by time, many of which have never met tourists, vast tea plantations, and Kaziranga National Park, best known for its population of Great One Horned Rhinoceros. During the monsoon months of June to September, the river becomes unnavigable as the river swells from 6.2miles wide to over 18!

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