The Irrawaddy River has witnessed the history of Myanmar and gave it life. On its banks are located all the “must see” highlights of the Golden Land from the city of Pyay (Prome), where the roots of the Barmar civilization can be found, to the Royal Capitals of Mandalay, Amarapura and Ava passing through the glorious city of Bagan with its 3,000 temples and pagodas where sat the First Myanmar Empire yond Mandalay the river wonderful second life. There is no better way to visit all Myanmar than taking a “boutique” cruise on the Irrawaddy in the comfort ships.
"PANDAW RIVER CRUISES (IRRAWADDY FLOTILLA)"
Pandaw cruising is different from other forms of cruising. The atmosphere on board is informal and relaxed. A Pandaw cruise is a deeply tranquil experience.
"ROAD TO MANDALAY"
The ship has a swimming pool, a large sun deck, a spacious observation lounge with large windows in addition to the excellent cabin facilities, a restaurant able to accommodate all passengers in one sitting and communications.
The same design as the original Irrawaddy Flotilla Company steamers that used to play alo ng the Irrawaddy river during the colonial days in Myanmar. The Irrawaddy river cruising boutique hotel. River cruises to explore the Royal capitals around Mandalay and experience the life of the great Irrawaddy river beyond Royal Mandalay and Ancient Bagan.
The Amara River Cruise is a traditional Myanmar riverboat traveling along the Ayarwady and Chindwin River. It can go as far north as Bamo all year round. On board you find a total of seven Cabins, six standard double cabins and one deluxe, each with its own bathroom with hot and cold shower. Communal areas include dining room, bar and canopied sundeck.
"RV MAHAYTHI DELTA CRUISE"
RV Mahaythi Delta Cruise offering two cruises traveling into the network of Ayeyarwady Delta Region. This is the one and only river cruise operating in the delta area which should not be missed. Pleasantly cruise travel into the Delta region, via Twante where clay pot painting and Pathein where the traditional umbrella workshops are located. One can see the native villages, the mighty Ayeyarwady River.