Irrawaddy Princess II

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Welcome to our exciting new range of River Cruise for coming years – including exclusively chartered ship and brand new itineraries. We’ll take you to the best sights, cities and towns, while offering a truly enjoyable experience on board of our welcoming ship.

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Meals:
Day 1

Mandalay - Yandabo (76 MILES) (-, L, D)

Embarkation time is 09:00 at Shwekyetyet Jetty (Mandalay). Welcome Drink and briefing. Cruising downstream to Yandabo Village. Sightseeing Yandabo Village. Dependant on the base economy is famous for the production of terracotta from the riverbank clay. We see the pottery making process at various stages. Yandabo, historically recognized for the signing of the Yandabo Treaty which took place under a tree on the riverbank in 1826 between the British and Royal Burmese House-hold of Ava. Shore excursion time is 1 hour. Back to board and cast off.

- Lunch and dinner on board.
- Moor overnight on board.


Meals:
Day 2

Yandabo Village - Bagan (63 MILES) (B, -, -)

In the morning, visit Shwetantit and continue sailing downstream and arrive to Bagan approximately round noon.

Fuel surcharges if applicable.

Remarks : Sightseeing may be changed due to the water level and weather condition. Every effort will be made to visit Pokokku and Shwetantit, but should river and other local conditions do not permit us to make there stop, an alternative stopping place will be made.

3 days (option 1)

Meals:
Day 1

Mandalay - Mingun - Sagaing (21 MILES) (-, L, D)

Embarkation time is 10:00 at Shwekyetyet Jetty (Mandalay), Welcome Drink and briefing. Sail upstream for about one and half hour we arrived at the MINGUN Pagoda Complex. Well known short trip to see the unfinished pagoda, the Mingun Bell, weighting 90 tones and the biggest hanging undamaged bell in the world and the "Home For The Aged". After lunch on board and continues downstream to Sagaing. Visit to Sagaing for about Two & half hour's excursion by coach.Visiting the most important Buddhist Religion site.

Back to the board and sail downstream. Enjoy the sunset over Sagaing Hill. Moor overnight at a sandbank mid-stream. After dinner guests can enjoy a Traditional Dance on the sundeck (if available).


Meals:
Day 2

Sagaing - Yandabo Village (57 MILES) (B, L, D)

In the morning, cruising downstream to Yandabo Village. Sightseeing Yandabo Village. Dependant on the base economy is famous for the production of terracotta from the riverbank clay. We see the pottery making process at various stages. Yandabo, historically recognized for the signing of the Yandabo Treaty which took place under a tree on the riverbank in 1826 between the British and Royal Burmese House-hold of Ava. Shore excursion time is 1 hour. Back to board and cast off. Continue sailing downstream and moor overnight at near Chindwin confluence.


Meals:
Day 3

Yandabo Village - Bagan (63 MILES) (B)

Cast off early morning, continue sailing downstream and approximately arrive to Bagan about 10:30 am. Disembark from board.

Fuel surcharges if applicable.

Remarks : Sightseeing may be changed due to the water level and weather condition.

3 days (option 2)

Meals:
Day 1

Bagan - Yandabo Village (River Village Stop) (63 MILES) (-, L, D)

Embarkation time is 08:00 at Aye Yar Jetty, the board will sail upstream. In the late afternoon stop Yandabo Village. Sightseeing Yandabo Village. Dependant on the base economy is famous for the production of terracotta from the riverbank clay. We see the pottery making process at various stages. Yandabo, historically recognized for the signing of the Yandabo Treaty which took place under a tree on the riverbank in 1826 between the British and Royal Burmese House-hold of Ava. After a short excursion, return back on board. Moor overnight near Yandabo Village.


Meals:
Day 2

Yandabo Village - Sagaing (57 Miles) (B, L, D)

In the morning, cruising downstream to Yandabo Village. Sightseeing Yandabo Village. Dependant on the base economy is famous for the production of terracotta from the riverbank clay. We see the pottery making process at various stages. Yandabo, historically recognized for the signing of the Yandabo Treaty which took place under a tree on the riverbank in 1826 between the British and Royal Burmese House-hold of Ava. Shore excursion time is 1 hour. Back to board and cast off. Continue sailing downstream and moor overnight at near Chindwin confluence.


Meals:
Day 3

Yandabo Village - Mandalay (B)

Cast off early morning, continue sailing downstream and approximately arrive to Bagan about 10:30 am. Disembark from board.

Fuel surcharges if applicable.

Remarks : Sightseeing may be changed due to the water level and weather condition.

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Inclusive : all meals, coffee, tea and drinking bottled water on board.
Exclusive : Drinks, laundry and sightseeing on land are on passenger’s account.

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