Myanmar Itinerary Example
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We can create a custom Myanmar tour package, tailor-made to provide you with the ideal travel experience and to allow you to explore Myanmar exactly how you always imagined. All you have to do is tell us your pace, time frame, budget, and interests, and we’ll take it from there.
Whether it’s adventure-filled days exploring the iconic sites, or a relaxing tour of the countryside, it’s easy to get lost in a place as magical and unique as Kipling’s Burma. Here is a sample of what your custom trip to Myanmar might look like.
Iconic Myanmar | 14 Days
||Begin in the heart of Myanmar – fly into historic Yangon (formerly Rangoon) where you can explore one of the country’s largest cities on a tour ending at the striking Shwedagon, The Golden Pagoda, just in time for sunset at one of Myanmar’s most significant landmarks.
||After breakfast in Yangon, fly off to the ancient jungle capital of Bagan to tour its temple ruins and historic monasteries, or see the sights from a hot air balloon.
Start your 2-night journey down the scenic Irrawaddy River on the luxurious and all-inclusive Pandaw, a replica of a colonial riverboat steamer that takes you into the heart of the country’s jungles and plains to experience some of the most pristine places in Myanmar.
After cruising via the Pandaw, travel to Mandalay for an intriguing tour of the city and exotic Mandalay palace.
Spend a second day in Manadaly to give you time to explore sights like Mingun, Sagaing, and the ancient capital of Amarapura.
Fly to Inle Lake for the drive to Kalaw. Tour the local villages, or stop off at the central market for handcrafted souvenirs to bring home.
Wake up and head out to Inle Lake for another great day of exploring Myanmar’s culture and countryside, lakes, local villages and traditional markets.
Wake up on at Inle Lake and fly to the ancient seaport town of Thandwe, jumping-off point for the 4-mile drive to the white sand and picturesque coastline of Ngapali Beach.
Spend the day soaking in the sunshine, snorkeling, or swimming in the warm waters of the Bay of Bengal.
After two relaxing days at the beach, head back to Yangon where your trip comes full circle. Explore the markets and pagodas, or spend more time at your favorite place.
Enjoy a leisurely breakfast and take some final photos before departing for Bangkok.
Plan Your Journey
Every trip begins by us wanting to know you better. For starters we'll want to know who you're traveling with, your travel dates, any special interests you may have and what types of hotels you prefer. You may not know the answer to all the questions—don't worry, that's where we come in.
Use the following questions to help you think about your ideal journey - better yet copy and paste them into an email and send them off our our knowledgable Travel Specialists who can then provide some suggestions.
- Will you be traveling with family or friends? How many people are in your group?
- Do you have specific dates in mind?
- About how many days do you expect the trip to last?
- Which destinations are you interested in?
- Do you have specific interests that you would like to concentrate on such as art, architecture, archaeology, wildlife, spas, cuisine, textiles, religion, sports, schools or nature?
- Do you like to have activities planned sun up to sun down, or do you prefer some downtime?
- Do you have an interest in active travel (hiking, biking, kayaking, etc.)?
- If you are of active disposition, do you consider 2 hours of hiking enough or do you like to go all day?
- On trips past, what were some of the activities or specific things that you most enjoyed?
- What type of accommodations do you generally prefer? Only five-star? Small, boutique properties? Nice, but not over the top?
- Do you have an approximate budget in mind for the trip?
- Are you celebrating a special occasion on this journey?
- Do you plan to use frequent flyer miles or reward points for international travel?
- Do you plan to book your own air or use our company's in-house air department?