Upon arrival in Guwahati, meet Incredible India tour representative who will assist your transfer to M.V. Mahabaahu cruise (10 AM) on an expedition aboard the River cruise ship of India.
This enchanting cruise takes a tourist across an enchanting sailing experience on the mighty River Brahmaputra. Interpreted in Hindi as the 'son of the cosmic creator, Brahma', this river is one of the holiest rivers according to the Hindu, Buddhist, Jain and Bonpa beliefs. This cruise is unique also because it is the world's only navigable river flowing under the mighty shadows of Himalayas. This braided river, Brahmaputra is also varied in its width ranging from 3 km at its narrowest and 40 kms at its widest. After early lunch, enjoy the sightseeing of Sualkuchi and Hajo. Sualkuchi is an ancient village dedicated to handicrafts obtained from silk-rearing and weaving. This is also known as Silk Village of Assam. Later proceed to Hajo, where the faith of Hinduism, Muslim and Buddhism blend together and present the three sacred shrines, namely Hajo Powa Mecca, Hayagriva Madhava Temple and Madan Kamdev Temple. This destination is also renowned for its household bell metal industry all over the world. Tea with snacks and Dinner on-board. Overnight stay on-board
After breakfast, de-board the vessel at Guwahati and check in the hotel. Continue Guwahati's sightseeing through a visit to Kamakhya Temple, a major Hindu pilgrimage and Shakti Peeth dedicated to Goddess Kamakhya, in a complex dedicated to the ten Mahavidyas or great wisdoms that are the personifications of Goddess Durga. This temple is more of a complex featuring temples dedicated to the seven manifestations of power in the form of Bhuvaneshvari, Bagalamukhi, Chinnamasta, Tripura Sundari and Tara, Kali, Bhairavi, Dhumavati, Matangi and Kamala. The other three, Tripurasundari, Matangi and Kamala reside inside the main temple along with Kamakhya Goddess. Later visit Assam State Museum and Cultural Center or Kalakshetra. Overnight in Guwahati