Join the Road To Mandalay for four nights. Explore Bagan, where the ruins of more than 2,000 temples and pagodas remain on the awe-inspiring plain. Enjoy watching local riverlife as you cruise the Ayeyarwady River where magnificent sights await. Visit Sagaing considered to be the living centre of the Buddhist faith. Cruise to Mingun and enjoy a guided tour of Mandalay
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{tab=Itinerary}Day 01: Bagan Embarkation
Morning domestic flight from Yangon to Bagan. On arrival, transfer to the Road To Mandalay berthed on the Ayeyarwady River. At Bagan over 2,000 temples and pagodas are scattered over an awe-inspiring plain beside the river. After lunch, join the guide and visit the inside of some of the more significant pagodas. Late afternoon your guide takes you to watch the sun setting over a field of glowing pagodas. Dinner and local entertainment on board.Day 02: Bagan upstream cruising
After breakfast join the guide to explore some of Bagan’s local markets selling wood carvings, fabrics, longyis and rattan goods. See Myanmar’s famous lacquerware being made. Alternatively, you can hire a bicycle or horse-drawn cart and explore this enchanting area on your own. Mid-morning the Road To Mandalay begins its cruise north towards Mandalay. Relax on the top deck and watch the fascinating river life glide by. The guide lectures on local places and customs. The ship moors mid-river for the evening. A casual cocktail party is followed by dinner on board.

Day 03: Mandalay 
Arrive at the village of Shwe Kyet Yet after lunch. In the afternoon, enjoy a guided tour of the key sights of Mandalay regarded as the centre of Burmese culture and Buddhist learning. Return to Road To Mandalay stopping enroute to admire sunset over the river. Dinner and local entertainment on board.

Day 04: Explore Mingun and Sagaing
After breakfast, cruise to Mingun to visit the most important sights such as the pretty Hsinbyume Pagoda and the world’s largest uncracked bell. Return by ferry for a late lunch. In the afternoon, visit the Sagaing Hills, considered to be the living centre of the Buddhist faith in Burma. Sagaing is also famous for its silver and silversmiths who still work in much the same way as their ancestors did. Dinner and local entertainment on board.

Day 05: Mandalay disembarkation.
After an early breakfast, transfer to Mandalay airport for your onward flight to Yangon.

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Prices are per person and include all table d’hôte meals and accommodation on board based on two people sharing (except Single Cabin), economy class flights, transfers and sightseeing in Myanmar as shown in the itinerary.

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Superior Cabin

$2560 usd/ person for 5 days 4 nights cruise

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Deluxe Cabin

$3560 usd/ person for 5 days/ 4 nights cruise

 

 

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State Cabin

$4500 usd/ person for 5 days 4 nights cruise

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Governor Suite

$6300 usd/ person for 5 days 4 nights cruise

 

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The 5 days 4 night cruise departs every Saturday from Bagan to Yangon.
This is the date of depature up to date for 2012:

January 7, 14, 21, 28

February 4, 11, 18, 25

March 3, 10, 17, 24, 31

April 28

October 6, 13, 20, 27

November 3, 10, 17, 24

December 1, 8, 22

Note: Road To Mandalay Cruise will not be operated during the rainy season ( May to Sept).