The Strand Cruise is now offering a new 11-night itinerary sailing between Mandalay and Yangon, offering passengers the option of a longer and more immersive cruise experience, as well as access to less frequently visited temple sites and villages along Myanmar’s majestic Ayeyarwady River.
The Strand Cruise will sail the 596 mile, or 959.2km, section of the Ayeyarwady River from Mandalay, via Ava, downstream to Yangon on Friday 28th April 2017. Passengers will have the option to book the entire itinerary, or alternatively shorter sectors of the voyage between either Mandalay and Bagan, or Bagan and Yangon.
The Strand Cruise has all the features today’s travellers and adventurers have come to expect from a luxury touring travel experience, from flawless service standards and insightful guides, to exceptional levels of comfort and personalised activity options.
Rates for the 11-night journey from Mandalay to Yangon are priced from USD 4,076 per person sharing a Deluxe Cabin based on double occupancy. Rates include all excursions and activities on board The Strand Cruise as described in the set itinerary, three meals during full sailing days, breakfast on day of disembarkation, soft drinks & local beer, house wine during meals, port charges, English speaking guides (alternative language guides can be provided on request subject to availability) and satellite WI-FI in all cabins and public areas.
This new itinerary is offered in addition to The Strand Cruise’s regular schedule of twice-weekly three- and four-night sailings between Bagan and Mandalay, departing Mondays from Bagan on the four-night journey to Mandalay, and every Friday for the three-night journey from Mandalay to Bagan.