The Europe on Ganges
( 01 Nights / 02 Days )

Accommodation, Meals, Surface transfer from jetty to Visit spots and back, English Speaking Guide, Entertainment on board.

  • Chandan Nagar: Bandstand
  • Sacred Heart catholic church
  • Museum ( Optional)
  • Chinsurah: Ghorir More
  • Dutch Cemetery
  • Armenian Church
  • Bandel Church
  • Hooghly Imambara
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Flat 13500/-
per person per night
+5% GST

Embarkation: 9 a.m. At Vivada Jetty in Millennium Park, Kolkata
Disembarkation: 10 a.m. At Vivada Jetty in Millennium Park, Kolkata

  • Day 1

    Reporting at Millennium Park Kolkata.

    Embarkation : 9 am sailing covering the Howrah Bridge, Belur Math , Serampore, Barrackpore.

    Srerampore was a Danish colony till 1805. The Church, Museum, cemetery and the college have been preserved as a part of heritage. Barrackpore was the country residence of the Viceroy in Office. Sail upto Chandannagar our first visiting point. The city of Chandannagar was a French colony from 1673 to 1952. Even though the city was under the possession of the English in 1757 and in 1794, it was restored to the French. 18th century mansion of the French administrator now houses the institute de Chandannagar with a library, a French Language school, and a museum of documents, antiques, and art and sculpture.

  • Day 2

    Morning visit to Bandel, 2nd visiting point – the Portuguese Colony.

    The Church and the Monastery were built around 1660 by the Portuguese. Bandal Church is one of the oldest Christian churches in West Bengal. It is dedicated to Nossa Senhora di Rozario. The keystone of an older church with the year 1599 on it adoms the riverside gate of the monastery attached to it. Sail back towards Kolkata.

  • Day 3

    The 3rd visiting point would be, Chinsurah, The Portuguese founded the town of Hooghly-Chuchura in 1579, but the district has thousands of years of heritage in the form of the great kingdom of Bhurshut. The city flourished as a trading port and some religious structures were built. One such structure is a Christian church dedicated to a statue of Mary, brought by the Portuguese.

    Reach Kolkata Jetty by 5.00 PM

IMPORTANT NOTICE: The time of Check-in, disembarkation and the excursions may vary depending upon the tidal and other environmental conditions. Please read T&C before booking.


EG_01: Kolkata – Chandan nagar – Chinsura – Bandel - Kolkata

  • 17 Jan 2021 to 18 Jan 2021 No of Nights 1
  • 13 Feb 2021 to 14 Feb 2021 No of Nights 1

Terms and Conditions apply

Vessel sailing dates may be withdrawn at any time due to Govt. requirement or emergencies beyond the control of the ¨Company¨ with or without prior notice. In that case full advance money will be refunded by the ¨Company¨ without any compensation to the ¨User¨.

Embarkation: Hwh station at Kolkata, West Bengal.
Disembarkation: Vivada jetty, Millennium park, Kolkata.

  • Day 1

    Guests shall have to report at Hwh station where our service starts.
    Hazarduari Express from Kolkata to Murshidabad (0650 hrs / 1027 hrs.)
    Reaching Azimganj railway station transfer to Azimganj Jetty by tuktuk.
    Check in Azimganj jetty.
    After Lunch, Visit Baranagar -
    1. Natur's Rani, Bhewani made a terakota Shiva temple name Bhewaniswar Temple.
    2. Charbangla Temple.
    In the evening After safety and tour briefing the cruiser sails and the guests enjoy evening entertainment - Kathhak Dance.
    Dinner on board.

  • Day 2

    The vessel will drop anchor at Murshidabad, the historic town, the earliest evidences of history perhaps as early as circa 1500 B.C. The Nawab Murshid Quli Khan made Murshidabad the capital city of Sube Bangla, comprising of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa. The East India Company reigned from here for many years after the Battle of Plassey.

    Visit points at Murshidabad :
    1. Katra Mosque
    2. Imambara
    3. Hazarduari
    4. Katgola Garden
    5. Nasipur Rajbari
    6. Tomb of Azimunnisa Begum

  • Day 3

    The vessel will drop anchor at Matiari – famous for Bengal handicraft, the bell metal wares. Guests are taken to the work shops, where they may njoy seeing the craftsmen at work and also may buy few souvenir for themselves.

    Later after lunch, Visit to Mayapur , which is the Headquaters of ISKCON temples, preaching the power of prayer to attain salvation.

    At Matiari, visit Kansha workshops, ( Bell metal wares) was a poor man substitute to the rich silverware used in Bengali homes for prayers, table wares and also for cooking. The traditional Kansari artisans make from scrap metals handcrafted wares and art facts.

  • Day 4

    The vessel will drop anchor at Kalna - Maharajas of Bardhaman built several magnificent temples with intricate terracotta ornamentation, the main one being 108 Shiv Mandir built in 1809 in traditional AAT chala architecture and the Raj bari which house most of the temples.

    After a wonderful lunch at the vessel , visit to Shantipur - the weavers colony of fine Bengal cotton, the village rich in handloom weaving, is the second largest occupation in the state of West Bengal. The weavers here blend the traditional art with the modern life style needs, offering rich variety of textiles, sarees, stoles, fabrics etc. Guests may buy few souvenir for themselves.

    In the evening the guests will enjoy a folk form of music “Boul Sangeet”.

  • Day 5

    The vessel will drop anchor at Bandel - meaning the Port in Bengali, the Portuguese settlement at Bandel

    Visit spots at Bandel –
    1. Bandel church
    2. the Monastery
    After lunch, Chandannagore -the French colony from 1673 to 1952, except between 1757 to 1794 when it was under the British.

    Visit points at Chandannagar :
    1. The chandannagar Museum
    2. Church
    3. Banstand
    4. Femous bengal sweet shop/ french bekary

  • Day 6

    Kolkata city tour. Know the oldest city of the east and once the capital of British East India Company.

    Visit points of Kolkata
    1. Kumartuli
    2. Howrah Bridge
    3. Dalhousie Square
    4. College Street Book Market
    5. St. Paul’s Cathedral
    6. Victoria Memorial from outside

    In the evening guests will enjoy the cruise to Ghat of Kolkata and visit to Balure math for evening aarti.

  • Day 7

    The ship sailes for Sunderbans, the kingdom of the famous Royal Bengal Tigers as well as the World’s largest Mangrove Forest belt. The cruiser sails along the beautiful Ganges towards the south, passing through the various heritage sites to reach the gate way of Sunderbans called Namkhana, where guest enjoy the unique scene of hundreds of fishing boats busy with their daily chores in the small fishing hamlet of Namkhana.

    In the evening the guests will be briefed about the mangrove in a wildlife film show.

  • Day 8

    Early this morning the guests will visit the crocodile project on Bhagabatpur island which is a hatchery and sanctuary to the biggest estuarine crocodiles in the world.

    Afternoon after lunch guests can disemark to walk at Bali Village, a typical Sunderban village for an interaction with the villagers to experience their life style. Guests will experience farming, paddy husking, honey packing, fishing and various occupations of the region.

  • Day 9

    Cruise - After breakfast enjoy extensive creek ride through the dense Mangrove forest. Later have a Canopy walk and explore Dobanke, the Deer Rehabilitation Center.

    Afternoon visit the Wildlife Watch Tower at Sudhayanakhali; famous for its watchtower and wildlife sighting and creek rides throw the thick forest, having extensive range of mangrove species where the guests can feast their eyes on the wide range of migratory and local birds of this region. excellent birding opportunity. Later visit to Sudhanya khali watch tower.

    As an evening entertainment, we give to a traditional dance form of Bengal, Gaorio dance.

  • Day 10

    The vessel shall cruise back to Kolkata jetty.

    The check out is after breakfast, at about 10.00 am.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: The cruise schedule includes the latest information regarding your program, but last minute adjustments may occur. The schedule may shift due to the weather or to take advantage of unexpected opportunities. The exact time for each activity will be announced or posted by the onboard tour staff.


C12: Azimgunj-Kolkata-Sunderban-Kokata

  • December 18, 2019 to December 27, 2019

Terms and Conditions apply

Vessel sailing dates may be withdrawn at any time due to Govt. requirement or emergencies beyond the control of the ¨Company¨ with or without prior notice. In that case full advance money will be refunded by the ¨Company¨ without any compensation to the ¨User¨.