Your Cruise itinerary
Day 1 and 2 PORT MUMBAI INDIA
Formerly known as Bombay, this city of temples where Mahatma Gandhi once lived, is home to extraordinary UNESCO treasures including the Elephanta and Ellora Caves, Agra Fort, and the Red Fort Complex.
Overland journeys may be arranged to the exquisite Taj Mahal and the 2019-inscribed Jaipur Rajasthan, known also as the Pink City and revered for its colonnaded City Palace complex with royal gardens and courtyards.
Day 3 AT SEA Cruising The Arabian Sea Day
4 PORT COCHIN INDIA
Spread over a series of islands interlaced by the Arabian Sea on India’s tropical Malabar Coast, Kochi (long known as Cochin) was once an important center on the ancient spice routes.
Today, this uniquely cosmopolitan city reflects cultural and architectural influences of its past – Arabic, Dutch, Portuguese and British – and serves as a gateway to Kerala, home to the mountainous slopes of the Western Ghats, a region legendary for its teas, coffees, spices and wildlife.
Day 5 AT SEA Cruising The Arabian Sea
Day 6 PORT COLOMBO SRI LANKA
Sri Lanka’s capital until recent times, this fascinating city is filled with an intriguing blend of cosmopolitan buildings and ancient temples. A key stop on the spice routes, Portuguese, Dutch, and British trading companies left behind churches, monuments and religions, as well as smatterings of their languages that have been incorporated into the speech and daily routine of the local Sri Lankans.
Day 7 AT SEA Cruising The Bay of Bengal
Day 8 AT SEA Cruising The Andaman Sea
Day 9 PORT YANGON MYANMAR
Through its decades of self-isolation, the unspoiled country of Yangon, Myanmar (formerly Rangoon, Burma) has retained its charm, fascinating traditions and the irresistible politeness of its people. Home to the spectacular Shwedagon Pagoda, colonial-era building, shophouses and jazz-age mansions, this developing city is full of traditional and modern contradictions.
Day 10 PORT YANGON AND DISEMBARK
South Asian Tapestry Voyage Cruise
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