Explore the rarely travelled Lower Ganges in absolute comfort aboard the RV Rajmahal. Delight in an authentic glimpse to the real India – a blend of history, mystery and enchanting beauty.
Your onboard meals feature a variety of Indian and western-style dishes, while soft drinks, local beer and local spirits are available at no extra charge during the entire cruise. Regional wines are included with every lunch.
This stylish vessel was custom-designed and built specifically to traverse the waters of the River Ganges. Accommodating a maximum of just 40 guests, a gracious and personalised onboard experience is assured.
Throughout the seven-night cruise, you'll stroll through former outposts of French, British and Dutch colonies; visit temples and mosques that have withstood centuries of conquest; and meet communities that showcase rural India at its most idyllic. Many of these places are relatively untouched by tourism, making the perfect backdrop for an authentic Indian adventure.
Please be advised there are no dedicated kids or teens facilities onboard.
APT welcomes passengers with disabilities or special needs provided they are accompanied by a companion capable of providing all necessary assistance. Any disability or medical condition requiring special attention must be reported to APT at the time of booking. It is the customer’s responsibility to advise us of your circumstances to ensure the selected tour is suited to your individual needs. APT is not responsible for any loss of enjoyment, loss of touring or loss of monies should the customer be unable to participate in the tour or in any or all of the activities. Any costs incurred as a consequence of the customer’s need to return home as a result of non-disclosure are the customer’s sole responsibility. A Health, Mobility and Fitness Checklist can be requested at the time of booking and will then be sent to you with your invoice. Download the Health, Mobility and Fitness Checklist here.
APT will make reasonable efforts to accommodate the special needs of disabled passengers, but is not responsible for any denial of services by carriers, hotels, trains, restaurants or other independent suppliers, or for any additional associated expenses. Coaches and minibuses are not equipped with wheelchair ramps. Not all river cruise ships and decks have elevators. Cabin doors and restrooms on river cruise ships are not wide enough to allow access by standard wheelchairs. Wheelchairs and walkers cannot be carried on coaches, due to space limitations. For safety reasons, passengers in wheelchairs cannot be carried on ramps in ports where the river cruise ship is at anchor. APT is unable to provide individual assistance to any passenger for walking, dining, boarding or alighting coaches or other transportation vehicles or other personal needs.
The dress code is generally relaxed but if you wish, you can dress up for the Welcome and Captain’s gala dinners.
Where a special dietary request is an important factor in your choice of holiday, you must advise APT when your booking is made. APT will pass your request onto the hotel, airline or other supplier but cannot guarantee that it will be accommodated.
Children under twelve years of age are not recommended on tours and cruises. Children under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult and share their accommodation with an adult.
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