Discover the magic of Myanmar
Golden temples, saffron-robed monks, ancient legends and gracious people—Myanmar holds endless wonders, waiting to be revealed.
During your journey along the Ayeyarwady River you will have the time to delve deep into the history and culture of Myanmar thanks to the expert guides on board. Enjoy informal after-dinner lectures and personalised tours to off-the-beaten track destinations as well as famous temples.
A cruise aboard Belmond Road to Mandalay also means plenty of time to unwind. Relax with a spa treatment or take a dip in the pool. Spend your evenings indulging in reviving cocktails and exquisite cuisine as you share the day's stories with your fellow passengers.
Choose your itinerary
GORGES OF THE FAR NORTH
Mandalay - Bhamo - Bagan
A unique journey that provides an in-depth exploration of Myanmar, cruising from the city of Mandalay to Bhamo and finishing at the spellbinding temples of Bagan. This adventurous voyage provides you the opportunity to marvel at the gorges from the river.
Mandalay - Bagan - Mandalay
This journey commences in Myanmar's cultural capital, Mandalay, before continuing on to the temple-strewn plain of Bagan and the charming colonial town of Maymyo. This itinerary is also available starting and ending in Bagan.
IMAGES OF A GOLDEN LAND
Bagan - Mandalay
Explore the ancient temples of Bagan and the pagoda-topped hills of Sagaing, discover the ancient royal city of Mandalay, and visit Mingun, home of the world's largest ringing bell.
HIGHLIGHTS OF MYANMAR
Mandalay - Bagan
This shorter cruise packs a punch with visits to the most revered sites of Mandalay, the former royal city, and the awe-inspiring temples of Bagan.
Experts from various fields will host enriching journeys on Belmond’s luxury river cruises. The speakers will accompany you on excursions, deliver insightful lectures and lead workshops on board.
Award-winning wildlife and travel photographer Sue Flood will host the first series. She will conduct one-on-one photography sessions and provide detailed instruction on the best ways to capture action shots.
Sue spent 11 years with the BBC Natural History Unit, working on documentaries including The Blue Planet and Planet Earth.