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Welcome to Adventure River Cruises. We operate cruises in two of the richest Rivers of India. On magnificent Brahmaputra River Assam – Luxurious M.V. Mahabaahu and on the Kerala Backwaters – RV Vaikundam.

Assam the most diverse state of India:
Assam is one of India’s most fascinating and diverse states and the MV Mahabaahu is the perfect way to relax and enjoy the beauty of this oft-forgotten region. Land travel in Assam is often difficult but gliding along the Brahmaputra gets travellers close to the most wonderful destinations in this stunning state.

Welcome to God’s Own Country – Kerala! When it comes to this gorgeous state in southern India the popular moniker is no exaggeration. Called by National Geographic as the Green Venice of the East, the bustling, palm lined, emerald waterways is a sight to behold!

To get to really know Kerala, one must first understand her waterways – the lifeline of the entire region. There’s no better way to enrich oneself than to truly comprehend the life of the people of the land. And what better way to visit them at close quarters than in awe-inspiring river cruise boats – it’s like having a moving home on the water!

From cruising in waterways separated from the Arabian Sea by narrow beaches to, cruising in canals 20 feet above the surrounding paddy fields and held together by dykes. From intricate narrow canals where the houses on the banks brush along the sides of the cruise boat to, vast open lakes with spectacular sunsets, the cruise is indeed breathtaking in its pristine yet bustling tropical, warm waters!


Our chefs devise local/Indian and Continental cuisine menus using locally sourced ingredients. All meals inclusive of tea and coffee served in the main indoor dining restaurant. Given advance notice, all dietary requirements can be catered for, along with the guest preferred alcoholic beverages.

Children Policy

It is recommended that children above the age of six years be booked as passengers. They would be the sole responsibility of the parents/guardians and must never be left unattended.