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AMARA CRUISE

Bahmo to Mandalay 5 nights/ 6 Days Package
Amara Cruise (only one way)

Day 1-                                       Bamaw

Check in on board at the Amara River Cruise in the afternoon. Dinner and overnight on board.

Day 2-                                       Bamaw- Shwegu

Breakfast on board. Set sail at 8:00 am. On the way, you will pass the beautiful Second Defile. The river banks become a steep cliff and the river bottom drops away to extreme depths. The river scene is amazing and offers beautiful scenery. Lunch will be served on board. In the afternoon, arrive at Shwegu and visit the pagodas of Shwe Baw Kyunn on the opposite river bank of Shwegu, where the Amara will stop for overnight. Dinner and overnight on board.

Day 3-                                       Shwegu- Katha

Breakfast on board. Depart from Shwegu at 08:00 a.m. The scenery along the river is beautiful with  small  villages  and  dense  tropical  forest.  This  day  is  a  good  chance  to  see the famous

 

 

Ayeyarwaddy Dolphin, quite common in this area. Lunch will be served on board. In the afternoon, you will reach Katha, a beautiful town with an interesting market, friendly people, and a unique atmosphere. Katha is known from the book “Burmese Days” written by George Orwell. Dinner and overnight on board.

Day 4-                                      Katha- Tagaung

Breakfast on board. Set sail at 8:00 a.m. and continues downstream until Tagaung, one of the oldest capitals of Myanmar. Lunch will be served on board. Proceed for sightseeing at Tagaung. Overnight and dinner on board just south of Tagaung.

Day 5-                                      Tagaung – Kyaukmyaung

Breakfast on board. Start sailing at 8:00 a.m. until Thabeikkyin. You will pass the Third Defile. Lunch will be served. This area is covered with dense teak forest. Dinner and overnight on board near Kyaukmyaung.

Day 6-                                      Kyaukmyaung – Mandalay

Breakfast on board. Set sail at 8:00 am down stream to Nwe Nyein (potery village). After sightseeing, sailing down stream to Mingun. Observe the world's largest ringing bell cast by Bodawpaya in 1080 weighing 55555 viss which calculated equal to 90 tons and Mingun Pahtodawgyi, an enormous pile of bricks is all that remain of King Bodawpaya ambition to make it the world's largest Buddhist stupa. Other tour highlights are Settawya Pagoda with a marble foot print of Buddha and Shin Byu Me Pagoda built in 19 century by King Bagyidaw, Bodawpaya's grandson in memory of one of his wives. After visit of Mingun, proceeds sail up to Mandalay. Lunch on board. Disembark in the afternoon, after arrival at Mandalay Jetty.

The above package tour inclusive of
         - Full Board for breakfast, lunch & dinner, complimentary mineral water, coffee, tea
         - Accommodations on board as mentioned in itinerary
         - Sightseeing with transportations as mentioned in program and escorted with Cruise Manager (English speaking)
         - Free use of facilities onboard
         - Entrance fees for places as mentioned in the itineraries.

* Surcharge can be applied for foreign language-speaking guide.
* Above tour can be customized according to your own travel nature.

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