Encompassing luxury in every nook and corner, the river cruises by Exotic Heritage Group are designed to make sure you have the most enthralling journey on River Ganges. From comfortable accommodation to high-end amenities, the cruises are equipped with everything you might need while sailing. Come on board and have a memorable journey!
Built in colonial style architecture, Bengal Ganga redefines beauty, luxury and royalty. Taking you through rich cultural and spiritual side of India, this ship offers variety of itineraries ranging from 4 to 12 days.
The epitome of elegance and luxury, Ganga Voyager offers travel experiences beyond a regular journey. This meticulously carved 8 day itinerary will take you through some of the most beautiful destinations from Kolkata.
Discover new cultures, new experiences and new destinations while you sail on the Ganges, on our award winning river cruise. Experience true luxury on this 8-day tour while witnessing rich culture with the care and hospitality of the Ganges VoyagerⅡ and its crew.
Soon to be launched, Ganga Vilas will be our new luxury river cruise vessel with 18 cabins/suites and all other associated facilities. Built with a unique design and a futuristic vision, this cruise will meander across various prominent destinations that lie along Kolkata’s River Hooghly to Varanasi’s River Ganges.
After the success of our other luxury cruises on the ancient river route of The Ganges, we are all set to launch Nauka Vilas, an elegant wooden ship to offer travellers the most exquisite experience of romance.
Stay tuned as we launch this much anticipated cruise vessel.
The town is more popularly known as Ambika Kalna, named after a very popular deity, Goddess Kali, Maa Ambika. It has numerous historical monuments such as the Rajbari (the palace) and the 108 Shiva temples.
Chandannagar was established as a French colony in 1673, when the French obtained permission from Ibrahim Khan, the Nawab of Bengal, to establish a trading post on the right bank of the Hughli River.
Murshidabad is a city in Murshidabad district of West Bengal state in India. The city of Murshidabad is located on the southern bank of the Bhagirathi, a tributary of the Ganges River.
Mayapur is a city located on the banks of the Ganga river, at the point of its confluence with the Jalangi, near Nabadwip, West Bengal, India, 130 km north of Kolkata (Calcutta). The headquarters of ISKCON are situated in Mayapur and it is considered a holy place by a number of other traditions within Hinduism.
Kolkata also known historically in English as Calcutta, is the capital of the Indian state of West Bengal. Located on the east bank of the Hooghly river.