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Myanmar Classical Round Trip
Myanmar (formerly Burma or Birma) is one of the countries of our world, that can already easily be explored touristically, but whose authentic culture is still being lived everywhere. Besides impressive, gold sparkling, architectural beauties of Buddhism, one can admire English buildings of the late colonial period here, and even - or especially - the buildings of indigenous people, which have been sublimely crafted by the simplest means - for example around Lake Inle.
Marvel at the detailed temples and pagodas of Mandalay and the historical royal city of Bagan, experience the local people who are working in agriculture in their daily lives, and get insight into the lives of artisans. The skilful construction and rowing technique of the "one leg rowers" of Inle Lake is unique. Immerse yourself in present Buddhist traditions, beautiful, exotic nature, and fascinating culture of the native people!
- Yangon with its attractions, especially the wonder of the world "Shwedagon Pagoda".
- Visit two villages off the beaten track - an insight into life in the countryside.
- Mandalay and Amarapura with the longest teak wood bridge in the world.
- Magnificent and historical pagodas around Mandalay and the historical royal city of Bagan.
- Excursions by horse carriage and boat.
- Overnight in bungalows on wooden stilts by the idyllic Lake Inle - visit of the stilt houses at the Lake Inle by canoe.
- Insight into handicrafts and agriculture.
- Recreation and wellness at the beach Ngwe Saung or Ngapali.
- Pretty, intimate boutique hotels
Day 1 : Arrival Airport Yangon, Myanmar (Burma)
Day 2 : Yangon - domestic flight to Mandalay
Day 3 : Mandalay - Amarapura - Ava - Sagaing - Mandalay
Day 4 : Mandalay - Mingun & visit of a typical village - Mandalay
Day 5 : Mandalay - domestic flight to Bagan
Day 6 : Bagan – visit pagodas in a vehicle and on request with the e-Bike & visit of a typical village off the beaten tourist trail.
Day 7 : Bagan - domestic flight to Heho - onward journey to Pindaya
Day 8 : Pindaya - Lake Inle
Day 9 : Lake Inle - Indein - Inle
Day 10 : Inle - Heho - domestic flight to Yangon
Day 11 : Yangon - domestic flight - beach Ngapali
Day 12 - 13 : Ngapali beach or Ngwe Saung
Day 14 : Return journey to Yangon
Day 15 : Yangon - return flight
- Trekking Myanmar, + 1 - 5 days
Incorporate a multi-day trekking into your travel program: for example, the Kalaw trekking to Lake Inle, the Hsipaw Trekking at Mandalay or the Kentung trekking.
- Train travel
To get to know country and people authentically, you can experience a part of your trip by train.
In the region of Lake Inle and in Bagan we can incorporate bicycle trips into your itinerary.
- Golden Rock, + 2 days
Visit the famous "Golden Rock" by extending your travel program by two days.
- Bagan in hot air balloon
To experience the sea of pagodas of Bagan from the hot air balloon is a very special experience. Possibility from October to April.
- The West (Mrauk U), the North & East
We are happy to advise you on further extension possibilities in remote places, which are not yet influenced very much touristically.
Best Travel Period
In Myanmar one can experience very pleasant climatic conditions during our winter, in the period from late October to early March, when the monsoon has left the country, and the great heat has not yet reached it. But even in the warmer months, Myanmar is worth a trip - in April, for example, the merry-wet water festival is taking place. It's vacation time for the locals, and one can experience a culturally authentic Myanmar, although at higher temperatures, and one barely meets any large foreign groups.