Dolphins’ habitat area is about 36km away from Mandalay and takes 4hrs upstream and easy to get there by engine boat. We’ll use row boat to follow the dolphins and co-operative fisherman because we don’t want to scare and disturb the dolphins and fishing activity.
Mingun – Myayzun – KyaukMyaugn
Tour Code : UPISPI-00216
Start City : Mandalay
End City : Mandalay
Duration : 3 Days / 2 Nights
PRIVATE TOUR TATE: Price is quoted in US dollars per person. (Double Occupancy)
Pax 2Pax 3-5Pax 6-10Pax Single Supplement Tour Cost Flight Total Tour Cost
- Bed & Breakfast in double sharing room
- local guide throughout the tour (Upon the client’s request)
- Aircon car/van/bus throughout the tour
- Entrance fees as indicated in our itinerary
- Two botton of drinking water per pax per day
- Visa Fees
- International airfare to/from Yangon
- International airport tax
- Compulsory Dinner for X’mas Eve & New Year Eve
- Early check in & Late check out
- Other expenses such as camera fees, tips, laundry, etc.
Within 60 – 45 days prior to the arrival date, 30% deposit is non-refundable.
Within 45 – 30 days prior to the arrival date, 50% of total package cost is non-refundable.
Within 30 – 15 days prior to the arrival date, 75% of total package cost will be charged.
Less than 15 days prior to the arrival date, 100% of total package cost will be charged.
Our suggested program YANGON – MOYIN GYI – YANGON
Day 01: Mandalay – Mingun – Myayzun
In the morning transfer to jetty and enjoy a boat trip to Mingun. Arrive Mingun visit the Mingun Bell, Hsinbyum Pagoda. Enjoy lunch on board your private boat. After lunch proceed by boat to the fishing village of Myayzun to oberve the daily activities of the residents before visiting Hmwe An Pagoda, which offers magnificent views of the Ayeyarwady River. Dinner and overnight on the boat at Myayzun.
Day 02: Myayzun – Kyauk Myaung
Breakfast on the boat, observe the unique charactristics of the Ayeyarwady Dolphin, with the help of the friendly local fishermen, you can see the dolphins up close and photograph them from a rowboat. Lunch on the boat. Continue to Kyauk Myaung famous for its glazed pottery. You can see the traditional products, including the large Marataban jars used to hold water throughout rural Myanmar. Dinner and overnight on the boat.
Day 03: Kyauk Myaung – Mandalay
Breakfast on the boat, relax on the boat and enjoy the fantastic views of the Ayeyarwaddy River. Arrive at Mandalay Jetty in the evening and transfer to your hotel.