These Indian cruises let you discover the hidden gem of Indian coastlines while soaking under the sun in their cosy sundeck! By Yagnoseni Das
With the approaching summer, vacationers usually start planning their upcoming trips in exotic locations. And cruises have been a rage among travellers when it comes to perfect summer vacations. But while heading abroad for a glamorous cruise experience might not be an option feasible at all times, there are some untapped Indian gems that offer similar fun experiences.
India’s vast and tropically diverse coastline provides for some of the amazing cruising experiences and Indians are finally getting on board with it. These Indian cruises have recognised the potential and have established some of the most unique and exotic onboard services while offering their customers diverse and scenic views of the Indian coasts and waters from the comforts of their cosy sundecks.
Do not miss out on these amazing Indian cruises to explore the gorgeous domestic waters
Angriya takes its passengers through the Mumbai-Goa route along the gorgeous Konkan coast. Being a pioneer in India’s domestic cruise liner, Angriya offers its guest top-notch onboard services and culinary offerings while they enjoy the views of the beautiful Konkan coastline.
Sailing across the Arabian waters along the Kerala shores, the Nefertiti offers its customers an amazing on-water experience. The cruise sets sail from Kochi To Kozhikode in Kerala. Based on legendary Egyptian Queen Nefertiti the interiors are all Egyptian themed which adds to the fun onboard activities the cruise offers.
Kerala boasts of its beautiful backwaters which provide for a mesmerising cruising experience. And The Oberoi Vrinda Luxury Cruise takes you through its unique bends and lets you explore the villages and rice paddies while you relax on the deck under the warm sun. The onboard kitchen offers a wide variety of culinary assortment right from the continentals to the local delicacies.
This luxurious beauty explores the beautiful North Eastern state of Assam. Sailing through the Brahmaputra river the passengers on board are given the opportunity to take in the scenic beauty and explore the diverse tribes and community along the banks of the Tea state of the country. It runs seven-night sailings along the Brahmaputra, either upstream, from Guwahati to Jorhat, or downstream from the Neamati Ghat.
Sailing across the waters of the Ganges in Kolkata through 54 quaysides, Vivada lets you unwind on its docks while you take in the beauty of the City of Joy. And watching the sunset in an amber sky against the stunning silhouette of the Howrah bridge is a sight to behold.
India’s only cruise line to sail all year round, Cordelia Cruise, formerly known as The Nordic Empress has sailed through the waters of the Bahamas and the Caribbean. And now it cruises through the west and east coast of Indian starting from Mumbai to Goa, Diu, Kochi and Lakshadweep. The mighty boat offers well-furnished accommodations, great onboard dining and an array of fun-filled activities like organised entertainments shows and a casino.