Brahmaputra River Expedition by Ribexpedition,Tibet- India-Bangladesh_1.m4vBrahmaputra River Expedition 2010 Navigating the Sky River China -- Tibet -- India - Bangladesh A brief project description Often referred as the "Everest of all rivers", the majestic Brahmaputra is one of the most challenging rivers known to mankind. It originates from Mansarovar, near Mt Kailash in the Himalayas, flows through Tibet, China, India and Bangladesh into the Bay of Bengal. Based on the flow rate and height, the Brahmaputra is one of the strongest and highest rivers in the world earning it the nickname "Sky River". Under the leadership of renowned Swiss adventurer and environmentalist, Andy Leeman, a team of travel enthusiast will take on the challenge to navigate the entire length of this gigantic mass of water in October 2010. Last year Andy and his team completed a 2500-km-long journey of the river Ganges in just 35 days. Their amazing feat made headline news across the world. Andy Leeman has travelled the Amazon, Orinoco, Mekong and Zambezi on previous expeditions.