Pandaw Expeditions has got rid of its single supplement on selected Southeast Asia sailings.
The river cruise operator is offering independent travellers a more affordable way to experience the rivers of Southeast Asia by offering cabins with no single supplement on a selection of its expeditions.
With solo travellers often facing steep supplements, Pandaw founder and CEO, Paul Strachan said: “The demographic of the solo traveller has changed dramatically over the past ten years. We have tailored several of our expeditions in response to the growing demand from independent explorers seeking adventure combined with the personal attention and casual ambience that our elegant, small ships offer.
“We enjoy a loyal following of solo travellers and it’s important that we look after those guests by offering them a cabin for single use at no additional cost. Guests travelling alone can safely discover the relatively uncharted territories of Southeast Asia, including The Irrawaddy, The Chindwin and The Mekong rivers, within the secure environment of a small group of like-minded people.”
Pandaw has a range of itineraries available for solo travellers, with departure dates until 2019, including cruises on the Mekong, from Halong Bay to the Red River and on the Irrawaddy River in Burma. Cruises range from four to 14 nights in length.