Wednesday, 23 April 2014

AmaWaterways cruises Burma’s Irrawaddy for the first time in 2014

One of the world’s most secretive, mysterious and fascinating places, Burma, so long shut off from the rest of the world, has a unique, centuries-old culture and spectacular architectural wonders, including sacred structures gilded with gold leaf and encrusted with precious gems. For a full immersion of the country’s culture, while keeping a foothold in western creature comforts, luxury river cruise ship operator AmaWaterways  has built an all-suite 56-passenger river cruiser, the AmaPura, which launches on Burma’s Irrawaddy  river in November 2014, making daily stops with complimentary excursions and tours to optimise the Burma experience.

AmaWaterways’ Golden Treasures of Myanmar itinerary costs from £4999pp, including return UK flights from London, internal flights, two nights pre-cruise and one night post-cruise stay in Yangon, transfers to and from the ship, ten nights on board the ship, all tours, all meals, complimentary wine, beer and soft drinks with lunch and dinner, on-board entertainment including cultural shows and lectures, and port charges.

More info   0808 223 5009

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