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Bookings for Jaladuta Cruise to Mayapur Open Now!

Saturday, 08 February 2020 / Published in Recent Media / 643 views

Visiting Sri Mayapur for Gaura Purnima Festival 2020?

Don’t miss out the bliss of traveling in Jaladuta Cruise!

The bookings for Jaladuta boat service from Kolkata to Mayapur has started now!

No more bumpy & risky roads & pollution, enjoy the relaxing cruise, passing through villages & countryside beautiful scenery around, fresh air and a sattvik mood on the whole with kirtan and devotional videos on. It is a unique experience to travel in Ganga, capturing the mood of Mayapur all through your journey!

Jaladuta Cruise offers:

Reclining comfortable seats
2 washrooms onboard
Krsna Conscious entertainment
Breakfast prasadam
Extra seats in the front gallery for passengers to stretch and move around. Passengers can feel the nice cool fresh breeze of Ganga. Devotees can chant their rounds here in association with Ganga devi who is filled with Krsna Prema by Gauranga Mahaprabhu’s touch.
Book your seat now! Only limited seats available. Each trip 30 seats only!!

For Special offers on group bookings call +91-9733578071.

One way Rs.3000 p/p only with Breakfast.

For inquiries & bookings, write to us at or

NOTE : The boat will leave from Millennium Park 2, Vivada Jetty, which is situated across Howrah on the other side of Ganga. The Jetty is 20 minutes’ drive from ISKCON Kolkata. Prabhupada Ghat in Mayapur is 10min walking distance from ISKCON Temple.

” Srila Prabhupada wanted that we should have regular boat service between Kolkata and Mayapur. We hope that devotees will utilize this facility. I cannot explain how beautiful it is. Compared to the road ride, it is very beautiful and stress-free and refreshing. Even though it will take little time, it’s well worth it.”- HH Jayapataka Swami

Your servant

Gopijana Vallabha das

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