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Heritage Line Anawrahta

Moktaw – Kalaywa – Sittaung New – Nyein – Taguang – Katha – Naba Train Ride – Mandalay

The Heritage Line Anawrahta Cruise is known for offering the best onboard experience in Myanmar, thanks to its spacious cabins and high crew-to-passenger ratio. The vessel is named after the founder of modern-day Myanmar, who reigned from 1044-1077 and played a crucial role in introducing and spreading the religion of Theravada Buddhism throughout the country.

King Anawrahta was born in 1014. His mother was Myaunk Pyinthe, and his father, King Kuhshaw Kyaunghpyu, was once the ruler of Pagan. His father was overthrown by his stepbrothers, Kyiso and Sokkate. Anawrahta, upon coming of age and learning of the betrayal of his father, challenged Sokkate to a duel and won, bringing back the crown to their family.

King Anawrahta made Pagan the capital of Burma and described it as the “City of a thousand Temples” because of the numerous structures, temples, and pagodas built there. He also unified the country and introduced Theravada Buddhism, the oldest and most traditional form of practice that focuses on the “Teachings of the Elders.”

Blending the purity and serenity of King Anawrahta’s Buddhist beliefs with the opulence of the British Empire, Anawrahta is the perfect vessel to explore Myanmar’s mighty Ayeyarwady River. Built to resemble a British colonial paddle steamer, the elegant 65-meter/214-foot-long Anawrahta features three spacious decks and 23 luxurious cabins. With its gleaming white rails, polished lacquer, intricately carved woodwork, and shining brass, Anawrahta takes guests back in time to an era of bygone elegance.

Heritage Line Anawrahta is the embodiment of extravagance on Myanmar’s waterways and the most luxurious cruiser in Heritage Line’s ship collection. This luxury Mekong River Cruise spoils its guests with spacious rooms and extraordinary suites, all with large private balconies, painstaking attention to detail and design as well as resort-like facilities, such as the vast sun deck with an outsized pool or the magnificent open-air bar & lounge. The ship plies the Upper and Central Ayeyarwady (Irrawaddy) River as well as the remote Chindwin River with various lengths of itineraries.

Cruise Itinerary

5 days
Ancient Capitals Bagan - Mandalay (or vice versa) 4 or 3 or 2 Nights Bagan – Mandalay

Day 01: Bagan – Pakkoku


  • Welcome aboard the luxurious Heritage Line Anawrahta cruise on the Ayeyarwady River from Bagan to Mandalay.
  • As the ship sets sail, take a last look back at enchanting Bagan, soaking in the beauty of this historic city.
  • Enjoy a leisurely lunch on board as the ship sails towards Pakkoku, a captivating old trading town situated on the eastern riverbank of the Ayeyarwady, and known for its port (the country’s third largest after Yangon and Mandalay)


  • Explore the small industries in the area, including a cheroot-rolling factory where you can witness the traditional process of hand-rolling Burmese cigars.
  • Visit the workshop of ‘Burmese slippers’ (flip-flops) and learn about the local craftsmanship behind this unique footwear.
  • Engage with local handicraft vendors and gain insight into their trade. Take the opportunity to purchase authentic souvenirs crafted by skilled artisans, perfect for cherished mementos or gifts for loved ones.
  • Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of Pakkoku’s bustling market, where you’ll find an abundance of fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs, household goods, and livestock. Experience the daily life of the city and discover the local trading practices.
  • Discover the serene Shwegu Temple, known for its intricate carvings made from rare Yamanei wood. Marvel at the unique image of Buddha seated on a lotus throne and take a moment for quiet contemplation amidst the tranquil surroundings.
  • Return to the ship for a delectable meal as you continue the cruise northwards on the Ayeyarwady River.
  • As the evening approaches, witness the mesmerizing golden light of the Burmese sun, creating a magical ambiance on board.


  • Join the special event at Kipling’s Bar, where you can dress up in style and participate in the famous British Club experience.
  • Enjoy the nostalgic atmosphere reminiscent of a bygone era, with gentlemen savoring cigars and ladies indulging in delicious gin and tonics.
  • For a delightful end to the day, join the open-air cinema under the stars on the sun deck. Relax and unwind as you watch timeless classics that perfectly complement the enchanting atmosphere of the cruise.

Day 02: Pakkoku – Yanderbo


  • Start your day with an invigorating yoga session on the sun deck, harmonizing your movements with the tranquil flow of the Ayeyarwady River. Strengthen your muscles and relax your mind against the stunning backdrop of Myanmar’s picturesque riverscape.
  • Depart from Pakkoku in the morning and savor a delicious breakfast while witnessing the captivating confluence of the Ayeyarwady and Chindwin Rivers.
  • Arrive at the peaceful riverside village of Yandabo, renowned for the signing of the Treaty of Yandabo in 1826, which marked the end of the First Anglo-Burmese War. Take a leisurely walk through the village, interact with the friendly locals, and witness the manufacturing of unique water pots known for their cooling properties.
  • Engage in a hands-on experience and try your hand at crafting the famous Yandabo pots under the guidance of a skilled artisan.
  • Take time to unwind and appreciate the picturesque riverbanks as we continue our northward journey.


  • Learn about Myanmar’s enduring traditions from our knowledgeable local guide. Discover the art of wearing the traditional Longyi, a wrap-around skirt worn by Burmese men and women.
  • Experience the application of Thanaka paste, a natural cosmetic used to maintain beautiful and blemish-free skin in Burma’s hot climate.
  • Gain deeper insights into Myanmar’s rich history and culture through a captivating presentation.
  • Before dinner, treat yourself to a rejuvenating spa treatment at the Thazin Spa, ensuring a perfect end to your day.

Day 03: Yanderbo – Ava – Mandalay


  • Indulge in a sumptuous breakfast while admiring the breathtaking landscapes unfolding along the Ayeyarwady River during the northward journey on the Heritage Line Anawrahta Cruise.
  • Disembark in Ava, the former royal capital, and embark on a captivating exploration of its highlights. Traverse the area in a horse-drawn carriage, immersing yourself in the unique ambiance of this historical site.
  • Visit the remarkable Bagaya Kyaung, an awe-inspiring teak monastery built in 1834, which continues to function as a monastic school. Marvel at its intricate design and learn about its significance.
  • Discover the architectural wonders of the Maha Aung Mye Bonzan Monastery and the Nanmyint Watch Tower, each showcasing their own distinctive features and craftsmanship.
  • Experience the serenity of Ava with a leisurely teatime picnic at a secret location, surrounded by the sacredness of this place.
  • Return to the ship for a delicious lunch as the Anawrahta continues its journey northwards, treating you to panoramic views of the picturesque Sagaing Hill adorned with countless pagodas.
  • Arrive in the renowned city of Mandalay in the early afternoon, around 2 o’clock, marking the culmination of your voyage.

After docking in Mandalay, our guests who booked the 2-Night itinerary check out.


  • Embark on an exhilarating afternoon sightseeing tour of Mandalay, guided by our knowledgeable expert. Prepare for a thrilling exploration of the city’s captivating highlights.
  • Witness the mesmerizing process of gold leaf beating, a traditional craft that produces delicate sheets of gold used for religious purposes.
  • Visit a silk-weaving workshop and gain insight into the intricate art of creating exquisite silk textiles, renowned for their beauty and craftsmanship.
  • Take a leisurely stroll through the narrow streets of Mandalay, immersing yourself in the vibrant atmosphere and discovering the skillful marble carving workshops that line the way.
  • Experience a breathtaking sunset outing in a small rowing boat, offering a unique perspective of the iconic U-Bein Bridge. Capture unforgettable moments as you cruise around the world’s oldest and longest teakwood bridge, a true Kodak moment.
  • Return to the ship for some relaxation and refreshment before the evening’s entertainment.
  • Attend a captivating traditional dance and music performance by talented students and teachers from the esteemed Mandalay Art School, showcasing the rich cultural heritage of the region.

Day 04: Madalay – Mingun – Mandalay


  • Wake up early in the morning to watch the Ayeyarwady come to life at the start of the day.
  • Have your breakfast in the restaurant or served on the open deck to observe the bustling river in front of the city.

After breakfast, our guests who booked the 3-Night itinerary check out.

  • Embark on an exciting morning tour to discover the captivating attractions of Mandalay.
  • Begin at the Kuthodaw Pagoda, renowned as “the world’s largest book.” Marvel at its gilded stupa, numerous shrines housing inscribed marble slabs, and charming pavilions.
  • Continue to the Mahamuni Pagoda, a significant Buddhist pilgrimage site in Burma, housing the country’s most venerated Buddha image.
  • Visit the atmospheric Shwenandaw Monastery, a splendid example of traditional 19th-century wooden monastery architecture. Formerly part of King Mindon’s Mandalay Royal Palace, it offers a breathtaking view of the entire city.
  • Return to the ship for a delightful lunch as the Anawrahta begins its journey to Mingun.


  • Explore Mingun, home to the monumental, unfinished stupa of King Bodawpaya. Learn about the fascinating history of the stupa, which remains incomplete due to a prophecy.
  • Witness the remarkable Mantalagyi Stupa, which, if completed, would have been the world’s tallest with a height of 150 meters. Notice the large cracks resulting from an earthquake in 1839.
  • Take a leisurely walk to admire the world’s largest un-cracked bell, weighing an impressive 90 tons.


  • Enjoy a pre-dinner cocktail event with delectable sweets and treats, hosted by our cruise manager, as the Anawrahta gracefully sails back to Mandalay at dusk.
  • Experience farewell entertainment offered by the crew in the lounge, creating cherished memories before your last night on board.

Day 05: Mandalay

After breakfast, your stay on your floating, luxury home comes to an end. Heritage Line Anawrahta Cruise and all the crew wish you a wonderful onward journey in the land of Ancient Capitals – Myanmar.

Inclusive on our rate:

  • Accommodation
  • Group shore-excursions
  • Entrance fees
  • Transportation
  • Tour guide services (English speaking)
  • Taxes, fuel, river pilots, port dues
  • Transfers in Saigon and Siem Reap from/to the meeting point to/from embarkation/disembarkation point or vice versa
  • Daily yoga class, onboard entertainment, sauna as mentioned in program
  • Meals are included full board
  • Free flow of beverages: mineral water, soft drinks, juices, tea, coffee at all times
  • Free flow of local beer and house wine by glass during lunch and dinner
  • Drinking water
  • Insurance (passenger liability)
  • Internet access in public areas

Exclusive of:

  • Crew and guide gratuities
  • Any visa fees
  • Private transfer and all transfer not stated in program
  • Personal expenses and purchases
  • All further beverages
  • Premium spirit and other services not included in the inclusions
  • Fuel charges
  • Medical services
  • Spa treatments
  • Telephone expenses.
8 days
Impress Gorges Mandalay - Katha - Mandalay 8 Days 7 Nights New Nyein – Taguang – Katha – Naba Train Ride – Mandalay

Day 01: Mandalay - Nwe Nyein


  • Step aboard the magnificent Heritage Line Anawrahta Cruise docked at the Mandalay riverside, and receive a warm welcome from our staff along with refreshing beverages.
  • Settle into your well-prepared room, your home for the next seven nights, and embark on an unforgettable journey.
  • Bid farewell to the locals on the quay of Mandalay as the luxurious Anawrahta begins its voyage, transitioning from the cityscape to picturesque countryside fields and rolling hills.
  • Spend the morning cruising up the river, savoring the tranquil surroundings.
  • Relax at the outdoor Kipling’s Bar or relish the panoramic view from the elevated sun deck and pool.
  • After lunch, our expert local guides introduce you to the enduring traditions of Myanmar. Discover the art of wearing the traditional Longyi, a wrap-around skirt worn daily by Burmese men and women. Experiment with applying Thanaka, a traditional paste that keeps the skin beautiful and protected from the sun.
  • You may find yourself comfortably dressed in a Longyi with Thanaka-adorned skin, embracing the local customs.
  • Pass by Hsithe village, which we will explore in more depth on our return journey. This area is dedicated to the conservation of the Ayeyarwady Dolphin. Keep a lookout, and you may catch a glimpse of these endangered freshwater creatures.


  • We arrive at the small town of Nwe Nyein and its neighboring hamlet, Kyauk Myaung, renowned for pottery production. Witness the traditional techniques passed down through generations as craftsmen create large ceramic pots. You may even have the opportunity to try your hand at pottery-making.
  • Marvel at the display of decorative pots, including the impressive Martaban jars capable of holding up to 400 liters.
  • The boat docks here, and we gather for the Longyi Cocktail Party, a delightful ice-breaking event with fellow passengers. Socialize, engage in conversations, and enjoy a drink before dinner commences.

Day 02: Nwe Nyein - Taguang


  • Start the day with a rejuvenating yoga session on the sun deck, merging your movements with the tranquil flow of the Ayeyarwady River.
  • Keep your eyes open as we continue cruising through the Ayeyarwady Dolphin Conservation Area, with a chance to spot these endangered creatures.
  • Pass through the 3rd defile of the Ayeyarwady, where prehistoric lava flows shaped the river’s sharp bend, approximately 100 km north of Mandalay.
  • Engage in interesting onboard activities of your choice this morning. Take a ship tour with the cruise manager, gaining a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the vessel.
  • Visit the captain at the bridge to learn about safe navigation along the Ayeyarwady and its shifting sandbanks. Join our guide in the lounge for an informative presentation on the Ayeyarwady River and its unique characteristics.
  • Sail past charming bamboo villages and small fishing settlements, witnessing fishermen casting nets and women doing laundry along the shores. Wave back enthusiastically to the curious children, bringing a smile to their faces.


  • The Anawrahta docks in Tagaung. Explore the riverbank and discover the town’s ancient fortifications, archaeological sites, and renowned Nat shrines, including the Bo Bo Gyi shrine.
  • Return to the ship and enjoy an afternoon tea at Kipling’s Bar, accompanied by magnificent sunset views from the top deck. Indulge in one of our bar tender’s signature long drinks or cocktails.


  • Sail until nightfall and find a peaceful overnight mooring position.
  • After dinner, delight in a unique movie experience under the stars as we set up our cinema on the sun deck.

Day 03: Taguang - Katha


  • After breakfast, relax and enjoy the morning as we sail towards Katha, a former British outpost on the upper Ayeyarwady River, known for its intriguing colonial history.
  • Discover the sunken ship bells of the Irrawaddy Flotilla Company, a fascinating highlight of Katha, where over a hundred ships were scuppered in 1942.
  • Participate in a cooking class led by our Executive Chef, learning to prepare delicious local dishes and easy recipes to try at home.
  • Engage in a beginner’s Burmese language class in the Mandalay Lounge, equipping yourself with useful phrases, particularly related to shopping, for an upcoming market shopping tour.


  • Arrive in the charming colonial town of Katha, the setting of George Orwell’s novel “Burmese Days.”
  • Explore the streets on foot or experience authentic local transportation on a trishaw, immersing yourself in the atmosphere of Orwell’s time.
  • Embark on a tour that visits significant locations from Orwell’s novel, including his personal house, offering insights into life in this remote corner of the British Empire.
  • Attend a special lecture by local historian Mr. Nyo Ko Naing, hosted at the former British Commissioner’s house, followed by a relaxing tea time in the garden to further discuss the past.
  • Take some downtime on board the ship, enjoying the serene surroundings and preparing for the evening’s special event.
  • Dress up in style for the “British Club” event at Kipling’s Bar, where you can toast to the past and experience a reenactment of a bygone era, reminiscent of gentlemen smoking cigars and ladies sipping gin and tonics.


  • Immerse yourself in the ambiance of the evening, as if stepping into a vintage photograph frozen in time.
  • After dinner, be entertained by a traditional local dance performance by the Shan tribes from a nearby village on the sun deck.
  • Additionally, the cinema under the stars is available once again on the sun deck for those seeking an alternative evening activity.

Day 04: Katha - Sinkan


  • After breakfast, embark on an exclusive and adventurous day trip, starting with an Oriental train ride from Katha to the town of Naba, chartered exclusively for our guests.
  • Experience the charm of the olden days as the train meanders through dense teak forests, reminiscent of a bygone era when trains leisurely rolled through picturesque countryside and vibrant villages.
  • Arrive at Naba’s train station, where a warm local welcome committee awaits, offering a captivating performance amidst the bustling atmosphere of the main terminal.
  • Return to Katha by bus, taking in the scenic beauty of Myanmar’s back gardens and nature along the way.
  • Make a stop at the vibrant local market, immersing yourself in the colorful and lively ambiance. Test your Burmese language skills acquired from the previous day’s lesson as you engage in banter and laughter with the vendors.
  • Once back on board, savor a delicious lunch


  • Enjoy the afternoon at your leisure as the ship cruises through the breathtaking upper Ayeyarwady, heading towards the renowned 2nd defile.
  • Relax on your private balcony, unwind on the sun deck, or join a demonstration on the ancient practices of betel-chewing and smoking cheroot cigars. Feel free to indulge in these traditional pleasures if you so desire.


  • As the day winds down, join us for an open-air cinema experience featuring the documentary film “The Lady,” chronicling the inspiring journey of Aung San Suu Kyi as a hero of Burma’s democracy movement.

Day 05: Sinkan – Inywa


  • Experience the most picturesque and challenging day of the voyage as we navigate the Second Defile, the highlight of the journey.
  • Head to the sun deck in the early morning, equipped with binoculars and camera, to witness the awe-inspiring passage through the Second Defile. The duration of this scenic cruise depends on the river’s current, typically taking around two hours.
  • Enjoy breakfast on the sun deck, immersing yourself in the unforgettable moments of this dramatic leg of the journey.
  • After reaching the other side, Anawrahta makes a U-turn at Sinkan Bridge for a second run through the breathtaking Second Defile. With the current in our favor, this time it may take as little as 30 minutes to complete the route.


  • Explore Kyun Daw Island during the afternoon excursion, visiting small pagodas, local villages, and river nomads who rely on agriculture and fishing for their livelihoods. Immerse yourself in the remote and simpler way of life in this enchanting area.
  • As we sail downstream, feel the push of the current propelling us forward, with the riverside landscape passing by at a faster pace.
  • The afternoon is yours to enjoy, whether indulging in spa treatments, including a sauna for deep relaxation, or selecting an intriguing book from our onboard library, such as George Orwell’s “Burmese Days.”
  • Anticipate a special dining event hosted by our skilled kitchen team this evening. Join us on the sun deck for a renowned BBQ dinner accompanied by an entertaining Burmese traditional dance performance by our talented crew.

Day 06: Inywa- Hsithe


  • Enjoy a leisurely morning and sleep in a bit longer, with the option to participate in sunrise morning yoga or meditation on the sun deck, surrounded by breathtaking natural scenery.
  • Join an enlightening presentation on ‘Religion in Myanmar’ after breakfast, offering insights into the significant role of spiritual practices and customs in the country.
  • Cruise through the Ayeyarwady Dolphin Conservation area, established in 2005, spanning 74 km along the river. Learn about the unique Ayeyarwady dolphins, a distinct species characterized by their grey body and blunt forehead and nose.
  • With fewer than 70 individuals remaining in Myanmar’s Ayeyarwady River, observe their habitat and conservation efforts.


  • Arrive in the charming fishing village of Hsithe in the early afternoon, where a visitor center provides panoramic views of the river and potential dolphin sightings.
  • Witness the cooperative fishing practices conducted by local fishermen in collaboration with Ayeyarwady dolphins, aimed at protecting this critically endangered species. Interact with the friendly locals and learn the art of casting a traditional fishing net.
  • Immerse yourself in the unchanged way of life in this historic village, characterized by bullock carts, cheerful children, and locals engaged in their daily routines.


  • Overnight mooring is alongside our welcoming neighbors from Hsithe village.

Day 07: Hsithe - Mandalay


  • Join our crew in participating in alms giving at the local monastery during the early morning hours, offering a unique cultural experience.
  • Set sail further south after the alms giving, as we embark on our journey.
  • Mid-morning brings us to Mingun, where the colossal, unfinished stupa of King Bodawpaya can be seen from a distance.
  • If time permits, we make a brief stop to visit this remarkable structure, known for its intriguing history linked to astrological predictions.


  • Arrive in Mandalay in the late afternoon, where we disembark to explore Amarapura, an area famous for traditional silk weaving and silver/bronze casting.
  • Don’t miss the chance to visit the iconic U-Bein Bridge, the world’s oldest and longest teakwood bridge, particularly captivating during sunset.
  • Take a stroll among the locals or opt for a small barge ride on the lake for an unforgettable view of the bridge and sunset blending together in a magical tableau.


  • Return to the ship and prepare for a delightful farewell dinner on board, accompanied by a captivating ‘Ramayana’ dance and music show, showcasing legendary ancient tales.

Day 08: Mandalay & Check-out

After breakfast, your stay on your floating, luxury home comes to an end. Heritage Line Anawrahta Cruise and all the crew wish you a wonderful onward journey in the Land of Impressive Gorges – Myanmar

Inclusive on our rate:

  • Accommodation
  • Group shore-excursions
  • Entrance fees
  • Transportation
  • Tour guide services (English speaking)
  • Taxes, fuel, river pilots, port dues
  • Transfers in Saigon and Siem Reap from/to the meeting point to/from embarkation/disembarkation point or vice versa
  • Daily yoga class, onboard entertainment, sauna as mentioned in program
  • Meals are included full board
  • Free flow of beverages: mineral water, soft drinks, juices, tea, coffee at all times
  • Free flow of local beer and house wine by glass during lunch and dinner
  • Drinking water
  • Insurance (passenger liability)
  • Internet access in public areas

Exclusive of:

  • Crew and guide gratuities
  • Any visa fees
  • Private transfer and all transfer not stated in program
  • Personal expenses and purchases
  • All further beverages
  • Premium spirit and other services not included in the inclusions
  • Fuel charges
  • Medical services
  • Spa treatments
  • Telephone expenses.


Cabin Amenities:

  • Individually controlled air conditioner
  • Cabinet
  • Minibar
  • Safety box
  • Writing desk and chair
  • Sofa lounge
  • Balcony with two chairs and table
  • Bathroom with walk-in shower
  • Bathrobe
  • Bathroom amenities
  • Sandals
  • Sun hat
  • Parasol
  • Hand fans
  • Hair dryer
  • Tea and coffee facility
  • Bluetooth music station with loudspeaker
  • In-house phone
  • Luggage rack.

Feet Launch

  • Number of boats:           01
  • Number of cabins:           23
  • Length:           65m
  • Width:           14m
  • Height:           14m
  • Number of decks:           03


  • British-Colonial Burmese design theme
  • 23 Staterooms and Suites (five room categories)
  • Kipling’s Bar
  • Mandalay Lounge
  • Hintha Hall Restaurant
  • Thazin Spa & Sauna
  • Gym
  • Boutique Shop
  • Sun deck with panorama pool

Food & Dining:

Heritage Line Anawrahta Cruise offers a vibrant tapestry of local flavors, where freshness, diversity, and deliciousness intertwine. While Anawrahta’s chefs offer beloved international favorites, they take immense pride in introducing guests to the authentic tastes of Burma, which are influenced by the culinary traditions of China, Thailand, and India, Burmese cuisine captivates with its rich diversity and tantalizing flavors.

With an extensive coastline, seafood plays a prominent role, complemented by an array of fresh herbs, aromatic spices, and an abundance of highland and lowland vegetables. A typical Burmese meal encompasses steamed rice, accompanied by a flavorsome fish or meat curry and a light, soul-warming soup.

The variety of salads, known as thoke, is plentiful, accompanied by an assortment of imaginative condiments. Embracing the nation’s Buddhist culture, vegetarian options abound, creating mouth-watering delights for those seeking plant-based culinary experiences.


  • Cultural lectures & demonstrations
  • Traditional dance & music performances
  • Yoga & meditation
  • Open-air & lounge cinema
  • Cooking class
  • British Club gathering
  • Barbecue
  • Sun deck or private balcony breakfast
  • High tea
  • On shore picnic
  • Sauna
  • Gym
  • In-room dining (subject to room category)
  • Temple top sundowner
  • Public Wi-Fi (subject to mobile network availability)
  • Library with books, magazines & newspapers
  • Board games
  • Boutique shop.



Itinerary Travelling time Cruise Cabin (Rate per person in US dollar)
Deluxe Deluxe Executive Junior Suite Executive Suite Royal Suite
Ancient Capitals 


High season  $2,385  $2,742  $3,743  $4,434  $5,436
Low season  $1,287  $1,479  $1,995  $2,380  $3,024
Ancient Capitals 


High season  $2,017  $2,319  $3,166  $3,691  $4,487
Low season  $1,021  $1,174  $1,581  $1,965  $2,500
Ancient Capitals 


High season  $1,544  $1,767  $2,191  $2,562  $3,318
Low season  $702  $843  $1,124  $1,369  $1,721
Impressive Gorges

(8 days/7nights)

High season  $4,039  $4,443  $5,453  $6,866  $8,078
Low season  $2,294  $2,524  $3,442  $4,130  $5,162


  • High season rates apply in Jan, Feb, Mar, Oct, Nov, Dec; Low season rates apply from Apr 1st to Sep 30th
  • Single supplement: 45% surcharge on rate per person applies on Deluxe & Deluxe Executive; 70% surcharge on rate per person applies on Junior Suite, Executive Suite & Royal Suite
  • Peak season surcharge: 150 USD/ adult and 75 USD/ child for cruises including Christmas Evening (Dec 24) or New Year’s Evening (Dec 31)
  • Port tax surcharge: 65 USD per person
  • Child rate applies from 5-12 years old.
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