From the panoramic windows of your cabin you'll enjoy snapshots of life on the shores of these important waterways.
Leave the ship to experience the country up close. Witness the shimmering temples that dot the landscape and join off the beaten track explorations to remote regions. Wander through hilltop villages, taste freshly prepared street food and hunt for the perfect souvenir in the bustling markets.
Let the adventure begin.
Life on board
A journey on our river cruiser is both inspiring and leisurely, with lots of time to do as you please.
Unwind in your spacious cabin or take in the views from the Observation Deck. Enjoy a refreshing cocktail with new friends or indulge in a soothing spa treatment.
Belmond Orcaella hosts just a small number of guests, meaning personal attention and a relaxing journey are at the heart of your pleasure cruise.
With an open sun-deck area, lounge bar and swimming pool, the Observation Deck is the hub of the ship. Perfect for soaking up the magnificent riverside views as you relax. We also host cocktail parties here, giving you a chance to mingle.
Outstanding food prepared by our executive chef is served buffet-style at lunchtime. In the evening, choose from a selection of tantalising regional and Western dishes.
Select from our menu of spa treatments and soothing massages. There is also a well-equipped fitness area, where you can workout at your own pace.
We offer a schedule of lectures on traditional Burmese life and performances by local artists. There is a small library of books and games. Watch movies, news and sports on the satellite TV in your cabin, and Wi-Fi is available in the Reception area and Bar & Lounge.
Our onboard boutique sells traditional and local crafts, including lacquerware, fabrics and jewellery. You're sure to find the perfect memento.
At a glance
- Up to 50 guests per cruise
- Swimming pool
- Wellbeing and fitness area
- Observation deck
- Resident doctor
- English-, French- and German-speaking guides on board
Plan your Journey
From world-famous monuments such as Yangon's Shwedagon Pagoda and Bagan's 2,000 temples to remote villages, surprises abound on this voyage of discovery.