Any tour to North India, Sikkim or Bhutan can have a riverine component to it. Imagine cruising past monasteries and temples, remnants of the British Raj, exciting wildlife and myriad small villages as you navigate the mighty Brahmaputra river, which originates in Tibet’s Chemayungdung Glacier and passes through three countries before emptying into the Bay of Bengal. For the intrepid traveller, who wants to abandon every cliché.
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