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EXPLORE FROM MANDALAY TO PAGAN

MANDALAY TO PAGAN FOUR NIGHT CRUISE
4 NIGHTS PAGAN - MANDALAY FROM US$1,197
SAVE UP TO 10% ON SELECTED DATES

We are pleased to offer a convenient four-night cruise on the irresistible Irrawaddy River from Mandalay to Pagan disovering the ancient Royal capitals, riverside villages, lively local markets and stunning scenery and sunsets.

Please Note: The downstream Mandalay - Pagan operates 5 nights until March 2017.

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EXTENSIONS

PRE CRUISE EXTENSIONS

MPP - Pre Cruise Rangoon (including domestic flight)

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2 Nights Mystical Inle Lake Pre Tour

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Mystical Inle Lake & Southern Shan State Adventure (4 nights) - Kalaw Hill Lodge

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2 Nights Southern Shan State Adventure - Kalaw Hill Lodge

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POST CRUISE EXTENSIONS

MPP - Post Cruise Rangoon (including domestic flight)

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Northern Shan State Adventure 4 Nights

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2 Nights Mystical Inle Lake Post Tour

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Mystical Inle Lake & Southern Shan State Adventure (4 nights) - Kalaw Hill Lodge

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2 Nights Southern Shan State Adventure - Kalaw Hill Lodge

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ITINERARY

Upstream      Downstream

DAY 1 PAGAN

Embark anytime between 11.30am and 5pm. Explore some of Pagan’s 3000 monuments and visit a lacquer workshop. Overnight Pagan.

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DAY 2 SALAY - PAKHANNGE - TAN-CHI-TAUNG - MIN-NAN-THU

Early morning sail to Salay. Once a bustling trading port, now a sleepy village filled with colonial architectural treasures and timeless teak monasteries and home to the best-known teak carved monastery in Burma.

Visit to Pakhannge, a Pagan dynasty city with several period temples and a collection of eighteenth and nineteenth century wood carved monasteries from the Konbaung Period. This was the last Burmese monarchy before British colonial rule.

We continue sailing to arrive mid-afternoon at the foot of the Tan-Chi-Taung mountains which we ascend by WWII jeep to visit a selection of the 3,000 listed monuments at this World Heritage Site.

Late afternoon we make a rewarding visit to Min-Nan-Thu, one of eight clinics in the Pagan area which is supported by the Pandaw Charity. Overnight at Nyaung U Oo.

DAY 3 PAKOKKU

We visit the local market and town centre by favoured mode of transport – the tuk tuk. We moor overnight near the Chindwin confluence at Aung Pan Chaung.

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DAY 4 YANDABO

Explore Yandabo village, famous for its production of terracotta pottery from the river bank clay. Afternoon sailing to moor near Ava at Pau Taw Pauk Myaing.

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DAY 5 SAGAING

Disembark in the morning around 9.00am at the Sagaing Jetty.

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WHATS INCLUDED

Cruise Price Includes: Transfers to/from ship on DAY 1 and DAY 5 as described. Entrance fees, guide services (English language), gratuities to crew, main meals, locally made soft drinks, local beer and local spirits, jugged coffee and selection of teas and tisanes, mineral water. Use of quality mountain bikes for independent exploration.

Cruise Price Excludes: International flights, port dues (if levied), laundry, all visa costs, fuel surcharges (see terms and conditions), imported beverages such as wines, premium spirits and liqueurs, fancy soft drinks like Perrier, espressos and cappuccinos at bar and tips to tour guides, local guides, bus drivers, boat operators and cycle drivers.

TRANSFERS & JOINING

DAY 1 PAGAN

Embarkation - Ayar Jetty at anytime up until 1700.
Transfer - Transfer from Pagan hotel or Pagan airport to ship on the day of embarkation will be provided. 

Please Note: We are not able to accept early arrivals before 11.00am.

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