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Asia River Cruises

From the Indian Ganges to the Chinese Yangtze, these waterways are almost unmatched in scope and each one offers a compelling glimpse into the unique cultures and histories of those who live in the towns and villages which dot their riverbanks.

To cruise along these rivers is to get to the very heart of what makes Asia special. The excellent food which changes at every port of call, the stunning monuments dedicated to various religions, the glowing neon cities - there is simply nothing in the world that quite compares to the experience of sailing in style down an Asian river on a barge or cruise ship, soaking in the remarkable sights and views, from the sun deck with a glass of something nice in your hand.

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Grand Tour of India & Nepal

Explore the highlights of India and Nepal on this grand tour which includes some of the world's most beautiful temples, sights and scenery. We witness colourful ceremonies, a game drive, and experience breathtaking views of the Himalaya from Pokhara on this adventurous tour.

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20 days from £3,095 pp

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Assam & The Mighty Brahmaputra

Discover a lesser-explored side to India as we trace the route of the mighty Brahmaputra river on the MV Mahabaahu. Discover the myriad cultures that line the river, and immerse yourself in the traditions of this unique corner of the world.

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Our Asia ships

At Great Rail Journeys, we know that the itinerary and destination make up only part of the excellent cruise experience we strive for. On a cruise, your accommodation becomes part of the holiday, and your ship should be as comfortable, as luxurious and as elegant as possible - coincidentally, all things our chartered ships happen to be!

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