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Chennai A YANGON

ÁSIA cruzeiro de expedição Silver Discoverer

As carismáticas, exóticas e lindíssimas Myanmar, Tailândia, Indonésia e Singapura oferecem tanto aos seus visitantes. O Pagode Shwedagon em Yangon é rico em espiritualidade, ao passo que as águas turquesa do arquipélago de Mergui são o paraíso do mergulhador. Uma viagem no Parque Nacional Gunung Leuser em busca do orangotango-de-sumatra, proporciona-lhe a ocasião para conhecer a conservação do ecossistema delicado da região.
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Itinerário do cruzeiro

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Madras was the site of the East India Company’s first settlement, founded in 1639 on land given by the Raja of Chandragiri. A small fort was built on the settlement in 1644, and a town which subsequently became known as George Town, in the area of Fort St. George was built north of it. The settlement became independent of Banten, Java in 1683 and was granted its first municipal charter in 1688 by James II. It is therefore the oldest municipal corporation in India. During the 18th and 19th centuries, when the British and French competed for supremacy in India, the city’s fortunes waned.

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Days at sea are the perfect opportunity to relax, unwind and catch up with what you’ve been meaning to do. So whether that is whale watching from the Observatory Lounge, writing home to your loved ones or simply topping up your tan by the pool, these blue sea days are the perfect balance to busy days spent exploring shore side.
Visakhapatnam is said to have derived its name from the deity 'Visakha' (the God of Valour. It is a coastal, port city in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, located on the eastern shore of India, nestled among the hills of the Eastern Ghats and facing the Bay of Bengal to the east. It is the administrative headquarters of Visakhapatnam District and is also home of the Eastern Naval Command of the Indian Navy. It has an area of 214 square miles (550 square km) and is primarily an industrial city, apart from being a tourist destination.
Days at sea are the perfect opportunity to relax, unwind and catch up with what you’ve been meaning to do. So whether that is whale watching from the Observatory Lounge, writing home to your loved ones or simply topping up your tan by the pool, these blue sea days are the perfect balance to busy days spent exploring shore side.
Named after the endangered Sundari mangrove trees found here, the Sundarbans are a massive forested area reaching from Bangladesh into India. The Sundarbans are the largest mangrove forest in the world supporting over eighty species of salt-tolerant mangrove plant species. This incredibly diverse mangrove forest is so large and remote that it provides habitat for the threatened Bengal tiger. An estimated 350 individuals roam in the tangle of mangrove roots and silty soils.
South of Chittagong and only a short distance from the frenzy of Cox Bazaar, lies Maheskhali Island and the entirely different world of rural Bangladesh. The small village with its school and temple can be reached by local transport comprised of rickshaws and motorized tuk tuks. A Buddhist temple is home to apprentices and monks who are deeply absorbed in their daily rituals and religious studies. A small Rakhain (Burmese) community thrives at Thakur Tala village where the weavers use traditional equipment and intertwine simple cotton strands into vibrant fabrics that decorate daily life.
St. Martin’s is a picturesque, small island located on the very southeastern tip of Bangladesh in the Bay of Bengal. The only coral island in Bangladesh, St. Martin’s was first settled 250 years ago by Arabian sailors (who named it Jazeera). The island was given its current name from the British during the First Anglo Burmese War (1824-1826). Although only 8 square kilometers in size, the island has over 5,000 inhabitants who live primarily through fishing, though some staple crops such as coconut and rice are grown on the island.
Ngapali is one of the best known beaches in Myanmar and is a part of Thandwe, a town and major seaport in the westernmost Myanmar state of Rakhine. With its large palm trees, white beaches and bright, light blue waters, Ngapali is a destination for dedicated visitors able to make their way to this remote location. Despite the presence of several resorts, the area has retained its local fishing village culture, with fishermen going out and returning daily with fresh catches.
Days at sea are the perfect opportunity to relax, unwind and catch up with what you’ve been meaning to do. So whether that is whale watching from the Observatory Lounge, writing home to your loved ones or simply topping up your tan by the pool, these blue sea days are the perfect balance to busy days spent exploring shore side.
Yazar Min is on the estuary of the River Thanlwin, located halfway between Thanbyuzayat, with its Death Railway Museum and WWII cemetery, and Mawlamyine, the Mon State’s capital. For Silver Discoverer it is the gateway to Mawlamyine, once the capital of British Burma. The British had chosen Moulmein, as it was then called, as their capital after the first Anglo-Burmese war, because of the safe harbor it offered at the mouth of the Thanlwin River. It had been a trading post for pearl-fishing and teak. Mawlamyine still retains its colonial core.
The capital until 2006, Yangon (Rangoon) is Myanmar's largest city and its commercial center. It is truly developing, and full of juxtapositions: new high-rises abut traditional Southeast Asian shophouses while down the street from a frozen yogurt bar, a sidewalk dentist goes to work. Yangon's rich collection of colonial architecture is one of its biggest draws; The Strand and its surrounding side streets look today much as they did at the turn of the century, when Yangon—then Rangoon—was under British rule.

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Medallion Suite

408 ft² / 38 m² ( incluindo varanda privativa)

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Veranda Suite

280 ft² / 26 m² (incluindo uma varanda privativa)

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Vista Suite

269 ft² / 25 m²

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View Suite

181 ft² / 16,8 m²

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Explorer Suite

186 ft² / 17,3 m²

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  • Suítes espaçosas – mais de 85% com balcões privativos
  • Serviço personalizado – quase 1 membro da tripulação para cada hóspede
  • Serviço de mordomo em todas as suítes – todos os hóspedes são igualmente mimados
  • Opções de jantares com sistema aberto de assentos, isto é, sem reserva – jante quando e com quem quiser
  • Diversidade de locais para refeições – casual, romântico, especialidades regionais e cozinha gourmet inspirada pela Relais & Châteaux
  • Bebidas na suíte e por todo o navio – vinhos selecionados, destilados de qualidade, cafés especiais e refrigerantes, além de seu próprio frigobar abastecido com bebidas de sua preferência
  • Refeições na suíte e serviço de quarto 24 horas – sempre gratuito, sempre disponível
  • Entretenimento sofisticado, de música ao vivo a shows de grandes produções
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  • *Excluindo o cruzeiro de volta ao mundo y os grand voyages completo.

Silver Discoverer

O grupo de viajantes aventureiros e leais da Silversea agora pode explorar os arquipélagos mais remotos do vasto Pacífico a bordo do elegante navio de cruzeiro, para 116 hóspedes, o Silver Discoverer. O navio é a plataforma perfeita para a observação desses territórios selvagens, sendo que todas as acomodações são suítes com vistas para o mar e há bastante espaço no convés para que você possa observar baleias ou um grupo de golfinhos. O calado raso do Silver Discoverer permite que ele navegue mais perto da costa, e com uma frota de 12 barcos infláveis e um barco com fundo de vidro, os hóspedes conseguem atracar em costas isoladas e explorar os pântanos e os ecossistemas submersos, de perto e a fundo.  

Suites

As suites Silversea, com vista para o oceano, são das mais espaçosas do cruzeiro e todas possuem um serviço de mordomo. Selecione a sua suite e solicite um orçamento. Os hóspedes que reservem antecipadamente garantem as melhores tarifas e podem escolher a suite que desejam.

Suites

As suites Silversea, com vista para o oceano, são das mais espaçosas do cruzeiro e todas possuem um serviço de mordomo. Selecione a sua suite e solicite um orçamento. Os hóspedes que reservem antecipadamente garantem as melhores tarifas e podem escolher a suite que desejam.

Medallion Suite

408 ft² / 38 m² ( incluindo varanda privativa)

Lista de espera
Veranda Suite

280 ft² / 26 m² (incluindo uma varanda privativa)

Lista de espera
Vista Suite

269 ft² / 25 m²

Lista de espera
View Suite

181 ft² / 16,8 m²

De US$ 9.360 BÔNUS DE  RESERVA ANTECIPADA
Explorer Suite

186 ft² / 17,3 m²

De US$ 9.000 BÔNUS DE  RESERVA ANTECIPADA
As tarifas apresentadas são por hóspede

Restaurantes

Descubra a nossa seleção de locais a bordo, onde pode desfrutar da companhia de outros viajantes e claro, do nosso serviço personalizado tudo incluído.

Áreas Públicas

Reconhecidos pela excelência gastronómica e pelo espírito inovador, os cruzeiros de luxo da Silversea oferecem um leque de opções de refeições ao ar livre em toda a frota. Oferecem igualmente restaurantes com especialidades a bordo em todos os navios, exceto os de expedição.

6 Programas em terra e 2 Hotéis

O nossos programas em terra (vários dias, meio-, pré- ou pós-cruzeiro) oferecem oportunidades adicionais para descobrir o melhor dos locais que visita, assim como os seus tesouros escondidos.

A sua expedição levará a uma epopeia de descobertas Um programa complementar de experiências únicas em pequenos grupos, liderados por uma equipa de guias experientes e palestras que irão permitir uma experiência completa dos locais que irá visitar.

melhores momentos da viagem

Join us for a journey into one of the last major mangrove forest of the world, looking for interesting wildlife and plants. Heading further along the coast of the Bay of Bengal we will see the rural life of Bangladesh and Myanmar, before we end our voyage in Yangon, seeing some of the most venerated and sacred Buddhist sites.

Expedition Highlights:
• Explore the Sundarbans –a UNESCO World Heritage Site- during three days
• Take part in early morning and late afternoon Zodiac cruises in the Sundarbans –the best time to see and hear wildlife
• Get to see the rural Bangladesh
• See the Shwedagon Pagoda –one of Myanmar’s most sacred sites

Day 1 — Chennai, India
Embark Silver Discoverer this afternoon and depart on your exciting 14-day Silversea Expedition – Expedition Sundarbans. After a mandatory safety drill head out onto the Pool Deck for a ‘Sail Away’ party, leaving Chennai behind. Later during the afternoon, the Expedition Team and important crew members will be introduced.
In the evening, enjoy the first of many fine dining experiences in The Restaurant and relax in the Discoverer Lounge or on the open decks.

Day 2 — At Sea
Today, Silver Discoverer will head along India’s east coast in a northeasterly direction. Meet some of your fellow explorers on the outer decks, helping our naturalists looking for seabirds and marine life. You can also attend one of several presentations offered by our experts, or learn about the preparation of culinary highlights presented by our Chef.
This evening the Captain will invite you to the Captain’s Welcome Cocktail and our Chef and Restaurant Manager would like to see you in The Restaurant for a special Welcome Dinner.

Day 3 — Visakhapatnam, India
Silver Discoverer’s visit to Visakhapatnam will permit us to travel west to Bojjannakonda and Lingalakonda, two Buddhist sites dating back to a time period when the Hinayana, Mahayana and Vajrayana phases of Buddhism flourished in Sankaram. Two hills have been used to carve stupas and caves that have sculptured panels depiction a seated Buddha and attendants. 

Day 4 — At Sea
Continuing along India’s east coast, our lecturers will take the opportunity to present topics related to the Bay of Bengal and the upcoming visit to the Sundarbans.
Attend a seminar, or relax on the outer decks, letting our Bar Team prepare the refreshment of your choice.
If you think you need some exercise, The Gym will be at hand; if you are more inclined to have a massage, visit The Spa.

Day 5 — Mongla Port, Bangladesh
Silver Discoverer will be sailing through the Sundarbans up the Mongla River to reach Mongla Port, one of Bangladesh’s important seaports –although found inland- to clear into the country.
While we travel up the river, spend time on the outer decks to get a first impression of the world’s largest mangrove forest. Alternatively, attend lecture presentation or talks to know more about this fascinating part of the Indian subcontinent.

Days 5-7 — Sundarbans, Bangladesh
Named after the Sundari trees, the Sundarbans is an area reaching from Bangladesh into India. Spreading over an area of approximately 10,000 square kilometres, it is the largest halophytic mangrove forest in the world. The Indian core area (Sundarbans National Park) has been designated as a World Heritage Site in 1987; the three Wildlife Sanctuaries in Bangladesh were inscribed in 1997. Wildlife species present are macaques, Indian grey mongoose, leopard cats, Ridley sea turtle, wild boar, jungle cat, flying foxes, and spotted deer (Chital).

During the three days we will spend here, Silver Discoverer will be mainly based in the Pashur River. We intend go ashore at Hiron Point for natural history walks and possibly an exploratory Zodiac cruise. This is where we will pick up local rangers which together with local guides will accompany us during the three days of exploration.

The days will be spent going out early in the morning. After our first impressions we will head back to Silver Discoverer to escape the mid-day heat. During the afternoons, we will again take to the Zodiacs to look for aquatic mammals that frequent the tidal waters, including the Ganges dolphin, Indo-Pacific humpbacked dolphin, Irrawaddy dolphin and finless porpoise, while on land we might see wild boar, spotted deer, and rhesus macaques.

Birders will be on the look-out for White-bellied Sea Eagles, Brahminy Kites, Intermediate Egrets, Indian Pond Heron, as well as Collared and Black-capped Kingfisher. As the best time for wildlife observation here is around sunset, we will stay out until late.

In the very early morning of our second and third day in the Sundarbans we will offer ‘first light’ Zodiac cruises into the mangrove forest. The narrow channels are known to have Stork-billed and Brown-winged Kingfisher, Oriental Magpie Robins, White Wagtails, and many other birds. During our cruises we will take time to drift, which will permit us to hear birdsong all the better.

In time for late breakfasts we will return to Silver Discoverer and attend lectures about the Sundarbans.

At Harbaria, well-maintained boardwalks will permit us to enter the mangrove forest without engine-noise. Rhesus macaques are regularly seen, but this walk will give a great opportunity to see the different plant species our lecturers talked about: cedar mangrove, cannonball mangrove, sea holly, sea mango, blinding mangrove, nipa palm, and Phoenix palm. Groups ashore are always accompanied by one of the local rangers.

Day 8 — Maheshkhali Island, Bangladesh
At Maheshkhali we will see the real rural Bangladesh.
During the morning, we intend to take our Zodiacs to go ashore and to explore the small village with its school and temple. To get a feeling of how the locals live, we will take local transport (rickshaws and tuk tuks) and visit a Buddhist temple, meeting the monks and getting to know the daily routine of the apprentices and monks themselves. Later we visit the school (where our/your donations will be very welcome) and a group of Burmese weavers will be showing us the use of traditional equipment. The cotton products these ladies prepare will be on offer as well. We will then have time to visit a small Rakhayn (Burmese) community at Thakur Tala village before heading back by Zodiac to have lunch aboard Silver Discoverer. Maheshkhali is not at all touristy and our visit should be a good opportunity for us to interact with local communities.
In the late afternoon, we hope to once again take to the Zodiacs, this time to see life on the river banks. We should be able to see fishermen which will be fishing in little boats or with nets from the shore, and will pass areas where small wooden ships are being repaired. We also plan to go ashore at Sonadia Island to see one of the fishing camps and should get to see the oxen after which the island is named (Mahisa is buffalo in the local language).

Day 9 — St. Martins Island, Bangladesh
St. Martin’s Island and Chera Dwip are Bangladesh’s southernmost islands and are actually connected at low tide. These are the only coralline islands and as such have been protected with only limited access for many years.
The beach morning glories and palm trees give the impression of a South Sea island.
We will go ashore to explore the small island(s) and depending on the tide intend to offer swimming and snorkelling.

Day 10— Ngapali, Myanmar
With its 15 miles of white beaches, fringed by palm trees, Ngapali has attracted visitors who look for an unspoilt coast and simply want to relax.
We will go ashore during the afternoon and it is yours to decide whether you want to unwind on the beach or perhaps do some exercise and hike.    

Slightly northeast of Ngapali is the town of Thandwe. The town is famous for the Nandaw hilltop pagoda which houses a sacred rib relic of Buddha. From the pagoda magnificent views of the Thandwe River can be enjoyed. One of the options today is to go by local boat upriver to a small elephant camp. The camp was created by Myanmar's Ministry of Forestry once elephants were not used for logging any longer. Visitors to the camp can partake in the bathing and feeding of the elephants. 

Day 11 — At Sea
While Silver Discoverer sails along the coast of Ayeyarwady, one of Myanmar’s regions, our lecture staff will be on hand to offer a selection of informative and interesting talks and presentations.
The Spa and Gym are other options to spend your time –and you can be pampered by our Bar and Restaurant Teams. The choice is yours.

Days 12 - 13 — Port Yazar Min, Myanmar
Silver Discoverer will stay in port for two days to offer excursions to Mawlamyine (formerly known as Moulmein), the capital of the Mon state, and to Hpa An, the capital f the Karen state. Mawlamyine used to be the capital of British Burma and has retained some of the colonial flair. During our stay we will see the faszinating central market.

During the day that Hpa An is visited, you will see the Kha Yone cave, a natural limestone cave with terracotta votive tablets on its wall and ceiling. A stop will be made at the unusual Kyaut Ka Latt pagoda which is built in the middle of an almost perfectly round lake, and we will also see Hpa An's most attractive and popular pagoda, the Shweyinhmyaw Pagoda. 


Day 14 — Yangon, Myanmar
Silver Discoverer will sail up the Yangon River, and will go alongside in the very heart of Yangon.
Today we will see one of the largest reclining Buddha statues in the world at the Chaukhtatgyi Pagoda and we will visit the world-famous 2,500-year-old Shwedagon Pagoda. The top of the stupa is said to be adorned with more than 5,400 diamonds and more than 2,300 rubies. So much gold and so many gold leafs have been applied to the pagoda over the centuries that it is estimated the stupa has more gold than the Republic of Myanmar has officially as gold reserves. Venerated as a symbol of architectural perfection the glittering golden stupa is considered the appearance of Gautama Buddha in the present world — certainly a highlight.
To celebrate our arrival into Yangon and the end of our voyage, we will enjoy a very special evening ashore. At the end of our excursion we will be driven to the Karaweik Palace Restaurant where a myriad of Myanmar flavours along with a cultural presentation of Myanmar traditional music and dances will be another highlight of our voyage.

Day 15 — Yangon, Myanmar
Following breakfast, disembark Silver Discoverer.

Expedition highlights and wildlife listed here are possible experiences only and cannot be guaranteed. Your Expedition Leader and Captain will work together to ensure opportunities for adventure and exploration are the best possible, taking into account the prevailing weather and wildlife activity. Expedition Team members scheduled for this voyage are subject to change or cancellation.

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