You Can Soon Cruise From Mumbai To Bali With Stopovers At Goa, Kochi & Andamans

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Seems like we are getting news from the Indonesian front every single day now. Close on the heels of the Indonesian government announcing that unmarried couples could be jailed for indulging in sexual activities in Bali, we have come across some better news. The Indian government is in talks to start a cruise that will let you set sail from Mumbai and go all the way up to Bali. And that’s not all, the cruise will go via Goa, Kochi and Andaman & Nicobar Islands. So, basically you could be covering some of the best island locations of India before landing up in the best island of Indonesia. How cool is that?

Nitin Gadkari, the Minister of Road Transport & Highways, Shipping and Water Resources has actively been looking to promote cruise tourism in India. The underdog way of traveling by sea is one of the funner ways of exploring places and is currently not as popular in India. He said, “I have met a minister from Indonesia. We have initiated the idea of starting a cruise from Mumbai to Andaman & Nicobar via Goa and Kochi. The ships can go up to Bali, Indonesia”.

South-east Asia manages to get a lot of tourist traffic from India. Let’s be honest, we Indians love our beaches and South-east Asia happens to be one of the most affordable options when it comes to planning an international trip. And what better way of doing that than by getting on a cruise ship and making your way into international waters and having a gala time doing it.

Mumbai To Maldives Cruise

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To make cruises a commonality, the Mumbai Port Trust is actually already in the process of developing and building a cruise terminal near the famous Ballard Pier. Set to have a capacity of 7 lakh passengers annually, this is the latest measure taken to boost water tourism in India.

Although details regarding this haven’t been shared yet, we are already dreaming about taking the cruise and living the sailor life. In the meantime, you can gear up for a cruise from Mumbai to the Maldives.

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Major throwback to this moment in Bali where we stopped and stared at the might of the ocean and the perfection of the creator. . . . . #nature #naturephotography #instanature #ocean #rockcarving #photooftheday

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