RCT-MB2N >>> Downstream from Mandalay to Bagan Tour (13Days/12Nights)
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Tour Basic: Private
Validity: 01 October 2010 - 30 April 2011
RV Paukan2007 Ayarwaddy River Cruise

Overview: We modified DMP-YY02 package which start with a visit to Lake Inle and then to Royal Capital Mandalay. Normal downstream one day boat trip from Mandalay to Bagan by government ferry is replaced with a little bit more extensive two nights river cruise by Ayravata Cruises. The tour ended after flying back from Bagan to Yangon.

Starting In: Yangon

Duration: 13 Days/ 12 Nights

Finish In: Yangon

Price Range: US$ 1678 - US$ 1946

Tour Type: Culture, History, Archelogical Tours, Arts & Crafts, Nature, River Cruise

Destinations Covered: Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay, Monywa, Sagaing, Amarapura, Mingun, Yandabo, Heho, Pindaya, Nyaung Shwe, Inle Lake, Ayarwaddy River

Routes:

Day-01: Yangon Arrival

Day-02: Yangon-Bago-Yangon by car.

Day-03: Yangon-Heho by flight. Heho-Pindaya-Inle by car.

Day-04: Inle sightseeing by boat.

Day-05: Nyaungshwe-Heho by car. Heho-Mandalay by flight.

Day-06: Whole Day Mandalay city tour by car.

Day-07: Mandalay-Mingun-Mandalay by boat.

Day-08: Embark Ayravata Cruises. Upstream to Mingun.

Day-09: Mingun-Sagaing-Yandabo-River Village by Ayravata Cruises.

Day-10: Arrive Bagan in the morning. Disembark and transfer to hotel.

Day-11: Bagan-Popa-Sale-Bagan by car.

Day-12: Bagan-Yangon by evening flight.

Day-13: Yangon Departure.



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