Pandaw has added a new 14-night itinerary to its programme which explores the ancient kingdom of Bhutan and a river expedition on the company's partner ship the MV Mahabaahu.

The package includes seven nights' land accommodation including a two-night stay at the Taj Bengal Hotel, a two-night stay at the Druk Hotel, an overnight stay at the Damchen Resort and a two-night stay at the Tashi Namgay; seven nights on MV Mahabaahu on the Brahmaputra River; a panoramic flight into the Himalayas to Paro; a trip by pony to Taktsang Monastery; a visit to the UNESCO accredited Kaziranga National Park; and a boat safari on the Eastern range of Kaziranga to observe wildlife.

Other excursions include St Paul’s Cathedral, Mother Teresa’s House, Thimphu and the Memorial Chorten.

The Bhutan & the Brahmaputra itinerary departs on November 15, and February 7 and March 6, 2016, and leads in at £3,495 per person for a cruise-only break based on two sharing a twin room and cabin without balcony.
Flights, visa costs, fuel surcharegs and tips are excluded.

For more information visit or call 0203-773 8796.

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