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Explore the Sunderbans Delta on a Luxury Cruise

Explore the Sunderbans Delta on a Luxury Cruise
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A collaboration between Migrations and Antara Luxury River Cruises, the cruise will have a variety of experiences

OT Staff
February 04 , 2021
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A UNESCO biosphere reserve, the Sundarbans is a labyrinth of crisscrossing waterways that are home to an incredible amount of biodiversity. Now you can explore the world's largest protected mangrove forest via a luxury cruise on the the Ganges Voyager I

The immersive four-day experience is designed to get beneath the surface of the land, exploring not just the wilderness, but also connecting with its people and the extraordinary lives they lead in this stunning landscape.

A collaboration between Migrations and Antara Luxury River Cruises, the cruise will have a variety of experiences - from catching a glimpse of the magnificent Royal Bengal Tiger, dolphins and otters to listening to stories on conservation and biodiversity from experts. 

The cruise follows the three core principles of every Migration journey - it will be Immersive, Sustainable and Luxurious, and create once in a lifetime slow-travel experiences, in environments where luxury travel has never existed before.

The suites on the cruise come with French balconies and spacious lounge areas. You can enjoy unique gastronomy experiences, wellness treatments, sunrise yoga, a butler service, and expert led on-board and off-board activities.

Read: Cruising Down the Hooghly aboard Ganges Voyager

A Royal Bengal Tiger spotted in Sunderban National Park

The protected mangrove forest is a critical endangered ecosystem with extraordinary communities and cultures, often unseen. The cruise will be perfect for those who are into nature conservation, aspiring climate change fellows and those who love to get lost exploring the natural world. Guests can get to know all about the jungle goddess of the Sunderbans, Bonbibi (Lady of the Forest), and her brother Shah Jangali. 

Sunderbans is Home to a Diverse Culture and Never Seen Before Local Habitats

The cruise is set to depart on February 26, 2021 from Kolkata. More information here.


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