Pandaw announces two new itineraries


River cruise line Pandaw, announced two new itineraries on Myanmar’s Salween River and the Irrawaddy Delta starting from October 2016.

The ultra-low draft Kalay Pandaw will navigate through the shallow waters of the Salween River – Myanmar’s longest river.

While parts of the Salween are able to accommodate large vessels between the mouth at Martaban and the Karen Hill station of Hpa-an, the rest of the picturesque river can only be explored by shallow draft ships like the Kalay Pandaw.

Some of the highlights of the itinerary include Moulmein, the first British capital of Myanmar, the war graves at Thanbyuzayat and much more.

The second itinerary which explores the Irrawaddy Delta, which was originally vast wetland and jungles.

Pandaw will operate the Katha Pandaw on its Irrawaddy Delta program which was built in Vietnam in 2012.

The Katha Pandaw has 16 staterooms ranging over two decks and with open dining suited to the Southeast Asian climate, this is one of the most popular ships in the Pandaw fleet.

Prices start from $540 per person for two nights or $1,080 per person for four nights, sharing a main deck cabin.

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