Naga Cruises launches in Vietnam this September with mini cruises exploring the backwaters and small towns of the great Mekong Delta

Naga IndochinaTwo exciting itineraries are being offered initially by Naga Cruises, operating every weekend from 4th September.

A 2-night circular cruise out of Saigon’s My Tho port takes guests through the heart of the Mekong Delta to the Cambodian border and back again, providing an excellent weekend getaway from the city.

Alternatively, the 1-night cruise allows guests to join or leave the ship at the Cambodian border, providing travellers with a more enjoyable alternative to flight or road for transfer between Saigon and Phnom Penh.

Lead prices for the one night product start at USD98 per person per night and the two night product starts at USD179 inclusive of main meals which will be international and Asian fusion cuisine.

Naga ships come with a gym, spa, library and cocktail lounge.

Naga Cruises is part of the Pandaw Group who have been operating on the rivers of Asia for 25 years. Naga cruises will be crewed and managed by Pandaw, ensuring our award-winning service and safety record are maintained aboard all Naga ships.

The Naga ship itself is also a former Pandaw vessel which has been re-designed in a colonial – contemporary mix. The legendary Pandaw stateroom has been restyled with the new Naga look and the 30 Staterooms can be configured for double or single occupancy.

Pandaw founder Paul Strachan is upbeat: “we have long believed that there is a strong demand for exploring the Mekong Delta. Naga Cruises have a short duration designed for Asian travellers and for Westerners who would rather travel to Cambodia overnight in comfort and style than spend a day in airports and traffic jams!”

(Naga Cruises)