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This is a different trip on Dottawaddy River. Sail along the scenic landscape, experience simple life style, wonder around the monuments rich in history. We will bring you to small villages and towns where time stands still and see means of agriculture and manufacturing mostly done by hand just. Since its predominant religion is Buddhism and we will find old monasteries and temples, we will take time to enjoy historically valuable sites and the simple art of Myanmar.
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Day 1 Mandalay - Shwesaryan
In the morning, set sail on the road from Mandalay to Ava ,and continue to explore the former Royal Capital Inwa (Ava) by a horse cart. Visit Nanmyint tower, Maha Aungmye Bonzan monastery, built of brick and stucco; Bargaya monastery, famous for its impressive ornate woodcarvings and teak posts.
Then continue up river on Dottawaddy river. You will see the differences of water colour of two rivers. Countainue to famous Shwe Sar Yan Pagoda on the north bank of Ayearwaddy, built in 1053 by the Shan princess Sao Mon Hla.
Day 2 Shwesaryan - Drop off
In the morning after your trip, we will transfer you back to Mandalay by car.
What is included and excluded
Transfer and Joining
Day 1 Mandalay City
You will be picked up at your hotel at 11:00 am.
Day 2 Shwesaryan Mandalay
We will transfer back to your hotel in Mandalay in the morning.
River Condition Warning
The Irrawaddy and Chindwin rivers are subject to seasonal rises and falls of water level. In the case of water levels being too high or low an alternative itinerary will be offered to Passenger. Published itineraries are indication only and subject to sudden change. In such events alternative itineraries will be provided and we do our best to ensure that if a stop is missed we make up for it with another stop. Though every effort will be made to ensure that the published itinerary is followed as closely as possible, given uncertain river and other local conditions, all schedules and itineraries may be subject to alterations and delays at short notice. The ship’s manager and captain are jointly responsible for passengers comfort and safety. Passengers must accept their decisions and instructions.