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Chindwin River Cruises

The Chindwin is the sister to the Irrawaddy and one of Burma’s loveliest rivers. It is also one of the country’s most remote and unknown waterways as it makes its way through mountain and forest passing delightful unspoilt and traditional riverside communities. Splitting from the Irrawaddy close to Bagan, the Chindwin winds its way north close to the Indian states of Manipur and Nagaland. The highest navigable point on the Chindwin is the small town of Homalin and on the portion of the river between this rural outpost and Monywa the river provides virtually the only route between the two. As such, all cruises on the Chindwin are voyages of discovery and exploration and, although relaxed and unhurried, retain a pioneering spirit. Cruises operate year-round but due to seasonal variations in water levels only low draft vessels can function and alternative routes sometimes need to be followed.

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River Cruise Experts

We have many years' experience in creating tailor-made river cruise holidays. Whether it’s suggesting the best time of year to cruise a particular river or booking a celebratory meal onboard, we have all the inside knowledge and expertise when planning this type of holiday.

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