NEW DELHI, 22 July 2020: Pandaw is giving solo travellers a price break on its river expeditions in India by cutting the single supplement fee on several of its cruises.
Saying it has monitored a changing demographic in the solo traveller market, Pandaw has tailored several of its expeditions for independent explorers. The company offers adventure on the Ganges, the Irrawaddy, the Chindwin and the Mekong rivers.
The deal for solo travellers gives them a cabin for single use at no additional cost on expeditions on the Lower Ganges, or Hooghly considered one of India’s prettiest river journeys.
A pioneer of river expeditions in India, Pandaw is sailing what it calls an “original Pandaw ship” that is more suited for river expeditions in the tropics.
Pandaw highlights a Kolkata-Barangagar-Kolkata cruise on the Ganges that comes with a 10% discount for discovery passengers and 20% for members of its loyalty programme. The seven-night cruise sells at USD1,701.