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A timeless cruise through a hidden land
Gliding past peaceful riverbanks, it’s easy to feel like you’ve entered into an exotic Asian fairytale. Guess what? You have.
Belmond Orcaella navigates Myanmar’s shallower waterways. Let your curiosity run wild as you discover new lands, new outlooks, and new people. Smiles and warmth greet you at every turn, both on solid ground and in our hospitable floating retreat. An atmosphere of luxurious intimacy is tangible; this is one cruise you won’t want to end.
Belmond Orcaella is a river cruiser in Myanmar that plies the Ayeyarwady River, also known as the Irrawaddy River, and the Chindwin River. Its ports of call include Myanmar’s largest city, Yangon, Bagan and Mandalay. It also visits remote villages and temples close to Myanmar’s border with India. It is named after the Orcaella river dolphin found in this part of Asia. The river cruiser was designed in the style of the Irrawaddy Flotilla Company and launched by Orient-Express Hotels in July 2013. In 2014 the company changed its name to Belmond Ltd. and the ship was renamed Belmond Orcaella
Belmond Orcaella General Information
Belmond Orcaella Location: Ayeyarwady and Chindwin Rivers, Myanmar
Belmond Orcaella Management: Belmond Ltd.
Belmond Orcaella Number of rooms: 25