Mergui Archipelago & Irrawaddy Delta
FRC-836128/834960 Irrawaddy
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At A Glance

What's Included

  • Luxury onboard accommodation
  • Onboard enrichment activities
  • Onboard entertainment
  • All scheduled excursions
  • Cultural performances
  • Onboard Wi-Fi
  • Selected alcoholic beverages
  • All gratuities
  • Local mineral water, jugged coffee, teas & tisanes
  • Welcome cocktail party

What's Not Included

  • International flights
  • Overseas transfers
  • Land transfers
  • Pre and post-cruise extensions
  • Spa treatments
  • Laundry concierge
  • Premium drinks
  • Single supplements
Itinerary
1
Day 1
Kawthaung, Myanmar (Burma)
2
Day 2
Naung Wee Island

Visit the small village of Makyone Galet and meet the 500 locals that live on this island 

3
Day 3
Mergui Archipelago, Myanmar (Burma)
6
Day 6
Lampi National Park, Myanmar (Burma)
7
Day 7
Cockscomb Island

Head onto cockscomb island for perfect snorkelling opportunities along its blue lagoons. 

8
Day 8
Kawthaung, Myanmar (Burma) - Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar (Burma)

Known as Rangoon until 1989, Yangon is the mesmerising capital of Burma, now known as Myanmar. The city's history revolves around the ancient Shwedagon Pagoda, a must-see for all visitors, which is adorned with over five thousand diamonds and thousands more precious stones besides. Other places of interest include the National Museum, Zoological Garden, Wildlife Park in Hlawga and the Peoples Park on Pyay Road.

A Buddhist monarchy ruled Burma throughout the 11th century, followed by the Chinese Mongols and the Shans. During this time, the city was known as Dagon and then Yangon, and it wasn’t until the British came to occupy Burma that the name Rangoon was introduced. However, in 1937 it was declared an independent nation and reverted back to the preferred Yangon 50 years later.

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Day 9
Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar (Burma) - Pyapon, Irrawaddy

Known as Rangoon until 1989, Yangon is the mesmerising capital of Burma, now known as Myanmar. The city's history revolves around the ancient Shwedagon Pagoda, a must-see for all visitors, which is adorned with over five thousand diamonds and thousands more precious stones besides. Other places of interest include the National Museum, Zoological Garden, Wildlife Park in Hlawga and the Peoples Park on Pyay Road.

A Buddhist monarchy ruled Burma throughout the 11th century, followed by the Chinese Mongols and the Shans. During this time, the city was known as Dagon and then Yangon, and it wasn’t until the British came to occupy Burma that the name Rangoon was introduced. However, in 1937 it was declared an independent nation and reverted back to the preferred Yangon 50 years later.

Pyapon is a small town in Southern Myanmar, just 45 miles southwest of Yangon. The surrounding area is part of the Irrawaddy Delta and is a centre for rice collecting.

10
Day 10
Pyapon, Irrawaddy

Pyapon is a small town in Southern Myanmar, just 45 miles southwest of Yangon. The surrounding area is part of the Irrawaddy Delta and is a centre for rice collecting.

11
Day 11
Myaungmya, Myanmar (Burma)
12
Day 12
Myanaung, Myanmar (Burma) - Bassein, Myanmar (Burma)

A small town on the banks of the Irrawaddy River, Myanaung is located in the Hinthada District of Myanmar.

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Day 13
Bassein, Myanmar (Burma)
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Day 14
Bassein, Myanmar (Burma) - Wakema, Myanmar (Burma)
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Day 15
Wakema, Myanmar (Burma) - Maubin, Myanmar (Burma)

The township of Maubin is located in the Irrawaddy division of south-west Myanmar. The town is filled with stunning pagodas and landmarks, most notably the ancient Paw Taw My Ceti Pagoda. 

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Day 16
Maubin, Myanmar (Burma) - Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar (Burma)

The township of Maubin is located in the Irrawaddy division of south-west Myanmar. The town is filled with stunning pagodas and landmarks, most notably the ancient Paw Taw My Ceti Pagoda. 

Known as Rangoon until 1989, Yangon is the mesmerising capital of Burma, now known as Myanmar. The city's history revolves around the ancient Shwedagon Pagoda, a must-see for all visitors, which is adorned with over five thousand diamonds and thousands more precious stones besides. Other places of interest include the National Museum, Zoological Garden, Wildlife Park in Hlawga and the Peoples Park on Pyay Road.

A Buddhist monarchy ruled Burma throughout the 11th century, followed by the Chinese Mongols and the Shans. During this time, the city was known as Dagon and then Yangon, and it wasn’t until the British came to occupy Burma that the name Rangoon was introduced. However, in 1937 it was declared an independent nation and reverted back to the preferred Yangon 50 years later.

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