Bagan – Mandalay Short Cruise with Pandaw
Places visited: Mandalay, Yandabo, Pakokku, Bagan
3 days / 2 nights
For those without the time for a longer classic Pandaw cruise along the delightful Ayeyarwady River join one of the cult short cruises between the two ancient capitals of Burma. Started in 1998 and they are a great component in a tailored land tour. You will see the best of river life with stops in the bustling monastery city of Pakokku and the delightful pottery village of Yandabo with its Pandaw School. Ideal to combine with land arrangements.
Day 1: Set sail from Mandalay
Day 2: Stops at Yandabo and Pakokku
Day 3: Bagan
Day 1: Mandalay
Check in at Mandalay for a 12.00 noon departure. Afternoon cruising.
Day 2: Set Sail From Mandalay
Morning walk round the pottery village at Yandabo and to see the Pandaw School. Evening tour of Pakokku by Trishaw.
Day 3: Bagan
Disembark in Bagan at 09.00am.
From GBP 645 per person
(twin/double share with Main Deck category)
Available upon request.
|Main Deck Twin Sharing|
|Main Deck Twin Single Use|
|Upper Deck Twin Sharing|
|Upper Deck Twin Single Use|
Departure on every Sunday, Tuesday and Friday.
Cruise Price Includes: 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.
Cruise Price Excludes: International flights, port dues (if levied), transfer to/from ship, 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 cyclo drivers.
*Price, quoted in British Pound (GBP), is based on the low season rate and subject to change.
We will arrange all domestic flights included in itineraries. We can also arrange the flights from all UK airports upon request as we are ATOL bonded.
All details are for UK passport holders only. A visa is COMPULSORY to enter Myanmar. A 28-day tourist visa is usually sufficient for most visitors. The visa is issued by the Myanmar Embassy or Consulate in London. It usually takes 3-5 working days to obtain. At present, eVisa system is also in place. Check more info on http://www.evisa.moip.gov.mm/. Important Note: The Visa is valid 3 months from date of issue and NOT date of entry into the country so please time your application accordingly.
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Vaccinations and Malaria Prevention
You will require vaccinations for your visit to Myanmar. Please consult your doctor for the up-to-date advice. It is important that you do this well in advance of your departure date.
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