Captures the spirit of Myanmar in this fast-paced adventure. With some longer journeys covered by plane and train this is a wonderful trip for those who want to experience the very best of Myanmar but only have a limited time. The intimate encounters with the gentle and gracious people-every day weavers, blacksmiths, silversmiths, drummers-bring you closer to this land than you could ever imagine.
Desires of travelers, whether it's getting up early for sunrises or spending extra time in markets or festivals. The trips are rugged in nature and some are exploratory. But there is a chance to glimpse one of the last unspoiled, exotic areas of the world. Its incredible pagodas, temples, and monasteries are elegant reminders of earlier ages, and its vibrant peoples and cultures are still deeply rooted in century old traditions.
The journey begins in Yangon , a city which has retaine d the grit, charm and s plendor of old Asia and is the site of the fabulous golden Shwedagon Pagoda. You will travel around the north of Myanmar seeing the enchanting town of Mandalay, the hidden Bagan and explore the Shan Hills. You embark on a walk to a remote villages populated by Pa-O tribal people, and spend a dreamy day on Inle Lake, boating to the floating gardens, to a weaving village on stilts, and to the Pagoda of Jumping Cats.
The intensity of the Buddhist faith exhibited by the Burmese, as well as the worship of nats, or pre-Buddhist, animist spirits always moves visitors to Burma. This new adventure takes us right around the south of Myanmar and incorporates many pilgrimage sites of the country, rural towns, beach.
The new unspoiled white sand beach of Chaungtha is a jewel for independent travelers seeking the seashore and relaxation. You can swim , surf and relax under palm trees fringing the seaside resort. Off the beach, visitors can explore some nearby small fishing villages and local markets, ride a bike through the spectacular countryside or board a boat to some offshore islands.
The endless white sand beaches, transparent seawater, pretty islands nearby and rows of palm trees make Ngwe Saung an irresistible attraction for beach lovers. You can swim , surf and relax under palm trees fringing the seaside resort. Off the beach, visitors can explore some nearby small fishing villages and local markets, ride a bike through the spectacular countryside or board a boat to some offshore islands.
The unspoiled Ngapali Beach is famous all over the country. The turquoise water, the rich marine life and the white sandy beach are all ideal for anyone seeking an enjoyable escape. Here are plenty of chances to swim , surf and relax under palm trees fringing the seaside resort. Off the beach, visitors can explore some nearby small fishing villages and local markets, ride a bike through the spectacular countryside or board a boat to some offshore islands.
This trip gives a chance to explore Yangon and Bago. You see some major sights of the capital city and also the famous pottery village of Twante. The excursion to the outlaying town of Bago provide some depth insight into the rural landscape of Myanmar and an interesting visit to some of its cultural landmarks including Shwemawdaw Pagoda, the four giant Buddha images at Kyaikpon Pagoda the Shwemawdaw pagoda.
This highly recommend trip takes you to all of Burma's most popular highlights in a fast pace. You spend the time seeing the major sights of Yangon and fly to Bagan, one of Asia's best-preserved ancient cities. This unforgettable day explores the magnificent ruins and some outlaying villages. You continue to the second largest city of Mandalay which is famous for craft districts, monasteries, Amarapura, Sagaing and Mingun
This seven day trip visits most places of interest in Myanmar. The sightseeing of Bagan includes many magnificent temples with its panoramic views of the Irrawaddy plains we will explore on a cruise to Mandalay, considered by many to be the country's cultural and spiritual heart. This trip is perfect combination of adventure and relaxation.