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Myanmar Itineraries

Burma (Myanmar) is a magical, deeply spiritual country with a complex history. Our tours introduce Burma from an insider's perspective all itineraries include an expert Burmese guide accompanying you throughout your tour, providing an unrivalled level of service and insight, and the opportunity to meet local families, tour villages, and visit lesser-known temples and attractions.

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    Essential Burma 7 Days

    With its rich diversity Myanmar is not an easy country to fit into 7 days, but knowing that schedules don’t always allow for as much time as we would like we have managed to include the highlights of Myanmar in this amazing six day tour. You will experience the wonderful people of Myanmar, visit historic sites and modern markets, see rural Myanmar as well as its cities and explore both active and ancient religious temples. In seven amazing days you will experience the wonder of Myanmar – one of the best kept secrets in Southeast Asia!

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    Classic Myanmar 8 Days

    Burma (Myanmar) is a culturally rich land relatively untouched by tourism. On this classic expedition, discover the highlights of this diverse country, beginning with the majestic Shwedagon Pagoda in Rangoon (Yangon). The Burmese people’s deep-rooted belief in Buddhism and spirit worship is reflected in the thousands of pagodas in ancient Pagan (Bagan) and monasteries of Mandalay. Your journey concludes at lovely Inle Lake, famous for its floating villages and the leg-rowers of the Intha tribe.

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    Exotic Burma 9 Days

    Let the once-closed doors of the Golden Land of Burma open for you. Begin your journey in the capital of Yangon at the majestic, golden Shwedagon Pagoda. Continue to ancient Bagan, where thousands of pagodas dot the plains, reflecting the Burmese people’s devotion to Buddhism. Explore the last royal capital of Mandalay and savor the sunset from the summit of Mandalay Hill. Then go off the beaten path to the shores of remote, beautiful Inle Lake to experience traditional rural life in Burma.

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    Highlights of Burma 9 Days

    This private tour of Burma includes the country's most popular destinations. All touring is with your own private guide and driver. Begin in Yangon (Rangoon). With your private guide and driver, tour the Shwedagon Pagoda, a 300-foot tall golden Buddhist reliquary and the city's most spectacular landmark, the sprawling Scott Market and the National Museum. Also visit neighborhoods that reflect Yangon's Burmese, British, Indian, Bangladeshi and indigenous influences.

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    Burma Luxury With River Cruise 9 Days

    This tour combines the highlights of Burma with several days on the Ayeyarwady River aboard the legendary Road to Mandalay cruise. Throughout the cruise, with your own guide and driver, enjoy private excursions that visit the cultural treasures of the country.

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    Grand Tour of Myanmar 12 Days

    Discover exotic Burma (Myanmar) on this journey through its highlights. This is a land spiked with temples, with cities built on rivers’ edges and whole towns floating on a lake. Meet the friendly people of this charming land at markets, villages and Monasteries, for a true insight into life in a land which has been mostly cut off from Western influence for so long. If you are seeking colonial architecture, countless temples, stunning landscapes and locals welcoming you with open arms, this is the trip for you.

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    Meandering Through Burma 14 Days

    Be one of the first to travel through the welcoming country of Myanmar and experience its many wonders. Begin your journey in the capital of Yangon at the majestic, golden Shwedagon Pagoda. Continue to ancient Bagan, where thousands of pagodas dot the plains, reflecting the Burmese people’s devotion to Buddhism. Cruise up the fabled Irrawaddy River past remote villages where rural life has remained the same for centuries. Reach the last royal capital of Mandalay and savor the sunset from the summit of Mandalay Hill.

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    Discover Burma 14 Days

    Myanmar is truly the land that time forgot. The first permanent settlers came to Myanmar from the east in about 200 B.C. and named the lush area they discovered “Golden Land”. This unspoiled land is bordered in the north and east with mountains rich in minerals and teak; through its center runs its lifeblood: the Ayeyarwady River, creating a massive fertile river plain in the south.

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