Anawrahta Cruise Bagan – Yangon

You hear the fame of Ayeyarwady River and inevitably get engaged in its absolutely scenic riverscape, right? We understand and give you Anawrahta Cruise 8 Days option “Amazing Ayeyarwady”. The Anawrahta is the best way to explore the iconic river of Myanmar, and none denies the cruise’s opulent design. The 8-day luxury cruise tour comfortably brings you to the notable sites in Myanmar: Yangon (Rangoon), Myan Aung, Pray (Prome), Salay, and Bagan. While cruising along the majestic Ayeyarwady, you can ease the eyes with the bustling markets, villages, golden temples, pagodas, etc., from a distance. Then, the real excursions to these destinations surely make your 8-day tour the milestone in life.

Destinations: Bagan → Sale → Magwe → Minhla → Pyay → Zalon → Danuphyu → Yangon

  • Departure: Check below
  • Prices valid until Dec 2016
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On arrival at Bagan, transfer to the ship berthed on the Irrawaddy River. After lunch, join the guide and visit 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. Moor at Bagan.

Activities: Arrive at Bangan, transfer to ship, visit some pagodas, watch the sunset
Meal: Lunch, Dinner


Enjoy excursion to Bagan, capital city of Burma from 1044 to 1287, by horse–cart. Visit the most famous Shwezigon Paya, the biggest Temple Dhammayangyi and one of the finest and best-preserved of all Bagan temples, the Ananda (11th century), the photogenic Htilo-Minlo and Thabinnyu. Cruise downstream and visit Salay in the afternoon, admiring the Wooden Monastery and an impressive 20feet Buddha made of straw lacquer. Moor at Salay.
Bagan – Salay: 30miles

Activities: Visit Bagan, explore Shwezigon Paya temple, cruise to Salay
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner


Morning cruise to Magwe and stopover local market. Then, visit the magnificent Myat-Thalon Pagoda with its solid gold brick-work and many temples and hermitages. Continue downstream and at late afternoon, visit Minh La fort, the famous Italian built fort constructed to keep the British at bay from Royal Burma. The square shaped fort was built about in 1864 on the bank of the Ayeyawaddy River to crush the enemy vessels which sailed upstream. Moor at Minh La.
Salay – Magwe: 60miles
Magwe – MinhLa: 19miles

Activities: Cruise to Magwe, stroll around local market, visit Myat-Thalon Pagoda, Minh La fort
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner


In the morning, explore the quaint Gawaechaung village by ox-cart for first-hand experience of the rural lifestyle along the Ayerwaddy River. In the late afternoon, arrive Prome, the ancient Burma capital. Visit ShweSan Daw Pagoda for Panoramic view of the city. Moor at Prome.
Minhla – Prome: 96miles

Activities: Explore Gawaechaung village, arrive at Prome, tour Shwe San Daw Pagoda
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner


In the morning, explore the ancient city Sri Ksetra with its unique cylindrical stone stupas. Before returning to the ship, stop at the ShweMyatMhan Pagoda to see the only bespectacled Buddha in Myanmar. Cruise slowly to see AKaut Taung cliff carvings.
Prome – Myanuang: 60miles

Activities: Explore the city of Sri Ksetra, stop at the ShweMyatMhan Pagoda, see AKaut Taung cliff carvings
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner


Enjoy breakfast before visiting Zalon, a small port. Take a trishaw along the main street, lined with stunning colonial-style wooden houses and large tropical gardens, then come to visit the magnificent Pyi Taw Pyan Pagoda. In the afternoon, arrive at Danuphyu, a little known town with a busy port and bustling markets in the Irrawaddy Delta. In the First Anglo Burmese War of 1825, the Burmese general Maha-Bandoola was defeated here, following a long and near disastrous campaign by the British. Moor at Danuphyu.
Myanuang – Danuphyu: 101miles

Activities: Visit Zalon, go to Pyi Taw Pyan Pagoda, discover Danuphyu
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner


Morning relax on board as our ship will cruise to Yangon. Mid-afternoon, go ashore for a walking tour in Twante town, visit local market and potteries village. Back on board and get prepared for farewell dinner tonight. Moor at Yangon.
Danuphyu – Twante: 90miles
Twante – Yangon: 16miles

Activities: Cruise to Yangon, have a walking tour in Twante, visit local market and village
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner


Bid farewell to the ship crew and disembark in Yangon. End of 8-Day Anawrahta Cruise Bagan – Yangon.

Activities: Disembark
Meal: Breakfast

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Tour Prices

Price in USD per person in sharing double room
Valid till Dec 2016
Room Type Peak Season
Jan, Feb, Mar, Nov, Dec
Shoulder Season
Sept, Oct, April
Low Season
May, July, Aug
Deluxe  7,214  6,131  5,049
Junior Suite  8,652  7,354  6,056
Executive Suite  9,517  8,089  6,662
Royal Suite  10,101  8,586  7,071

• Stay in single cabin: Supplement charge 35%.
• PROMOTION: 30% discount for all bookings with full payment within 14 days after receiving confirmation !

Anawrahta Cruise Departures

From To Embarkation Disembarkation
14 Nov 2015 21 Nov 2015 Bagan Yangon
21 Nov 2015 28 Nov 2015 Yangon Bagan
14 Dec 2015 21 Dec 2015 Bagan Yangon
21 Dec 2015 28 Dec 2015 Yangon Bagan
28 Dec 2015 4 Jan 2016 Bagan Yangon
4 Jan 2016 11 Jan 2016 Yangon Bagan
26 Feb 2016 4 Mar 2016 Bagan Yangon
4 Mar 2016 11 Mar 2016 Yangon Bagan
27 Mar 2016 3 Apr 2016 Bagan Yangon
3 Apr 2016 10 Apr 2016 Yangon Bagan
26 Apr 2016 3 May 2016 Bagan Yangon
3 May 2016 10 May 2016 Yangon Bagan
10 May 2016 17 May 2016 Bagan Yangon
12 Jul 2016 19 Jul 2016 Yangon Bagan
8 Oct 2016 15 Oct 2016 Bagan Yangon
15 Oct 2016 22 Oct 2016 Yangon Bagan
22 Oct 2016 29 Oct 2016 Bagan Yangon
29 Oct 2016 5 Nov 2016 Yangon Bagan
22 Nov 2016 27 Nov 2016 Bagan Yangon
27 Nov 2016 4 Dec 2016 Yangon Bagan
19 Dec 2016 26 Dec 2016 Bagan Yangon
26 Dec 2016 2 Jan 2016 Yangon Bagan

Services included:

• On board accommodation
• All meals as in itinerary
• Entrance fees
• Guide services (English speaking)
• All sightseeing included as per itinerary
• Taxes, fuel, river pilots, port dues
• Group transfers from/to the meeting point to/from embarkation/disembarkation point or vice verse
• Mineral water, coffee/tea, soft drinks and local beer is included all day.
• Fruit juices are included in addition during breakfast and afternoon tea

Services excluded:

• International flight to/from Yangon
• Domestic flights in Myanmar
• Myanmar Visa
• Laundry service
• Port tax $129 per passenger, subject to change without prior notice
• Crew gratuities (8 USD – 10 USD per passenger/day are recommended)
• Passenger’s travel insurance as health, accident and baggage.
• Any other items not mentioned

Booking Policy

Departure Schedule and Itineraries are subject to change without notice
Booking Procedures
If a booking is made more than 100 days prior to cruise date
– Deposit: 30% of total booking value
– Balance: 70% of total booking value
If a booking is made less than 100 days – 45 days prior to cruise date
– Deposit: 50% of total booking value
– Balance: 50% of total booking value
If a booking is made less than 45 days prior to cruise date
– 100% of total booking value
All cancellations must be received in writing and sent to us via e-mail. The following rules apply for cancellations:
– More than 90 days prior to departure: The total deposit paid to us (30% of tour value) will lost because act as your cancellation fee to cover cruise charges and organization fees
– 90 – 65 days prior to departure: 60% on total value of the Total Cost charged. The balance (if any) will be credited for future booking
– Within 64 – 45 days prior to departure: 90% on total charged.
– 44 days and less: 100% on total charged.

Size: 32 m2 / 344 ft2

Anawrahta’s 16 beautifully appointed deluxe rooms are decorated with original handicrafts, locally-carved wood panels and richly-textured fabrics inspired by the brocade of Burma’s ethnic minority groups. Large windows and serene colors inspire total relaxation.

Junior Suite
Size: 48 m2 / 517 ft2

Named after some of the most fascinating rivers in Myanmar, the Anawrahta offers three Junior Suites: the Kaladan, the Lenya and the Thandi. Combining dark, regal wood with the bright oranges, saffrons and greens of the floral offerings presented at temples, these suites offer a comfortable seating area and a private balcony from which to enjoy the lush beauty of the Ayeyarwady.

Executive Suite
Size: 59 m2 / 635 ft2

Located on the Terrace Deck, each of our two Executive Suites is a spacious 59 square meters/ 635 square feet, including an indoor seating area and a private balcony. Polished wood, locally made brocade and artefacts collected in Mandalay, Bagan and Yangon create a relaxing yet exotic ambiance. These suites are named after of Myanmar’s famous rivers, the Chindwin and the Yangon.

Royal Suite
Size: 86 m2 / 926 ft2

The two opulent Royal Suites are named after Anawrahta and his son Kyansitta, considered as two of the most famous monarchs in Burmese history. Equipped with a private terrace and a private Jacuzzi, these stunning suites feature elaborate woodcarvings, fine works of Burmese art, and handmade artefacts commissioned throughout Burma.

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