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For a true Burmese adventure, try biking for four hours through numerous Pa O villages where few foreigners have gone before.


This tour will take you to fantastic views along the way of the Shan countryside. Eat lunch in a local village and top off the day with a visit to the ancient ruins of Indein. 

Day 1: Yangon arrival

Meals: B,

On arrival in Bangkok International Airport, we estimate clients will arrive to Yangon by morning flight, Meet your guide and driver for a private transfer to your hotel.

Overnight at the Kandawgyi Palace hotel – superior


Day 2: Yangon - Moe Yun gyi

Meals: B, L, D

Breakfast at the hotel, Drive to Moe Yun Gyi wet Land Park and enjoy Brid watching tour There are a variety of amenities at Moe Yun Gyi Wildlife Sanctuary & Wetlands Resort that travellers are welcome to make the most of, such as valet parking, bicycle rental and meeting rooms. The hotel also provides an airport transfer service.

Overnight at Moe Yun Gyi Wildlife Sanctuary & Wetlands Resort


Day 3: Moe Yun gyi – Bago – Yangon

Meals: B,

Breakfast at the camp Enjoy private boat tour in the wetland sanctuary by private guide Drive back to Yangon, on the way visit in Bago

Overnight at the Kandawgyi Palace hotel – superior Page 2 of 5


Day 4: Yangon – Mandalay Y5 645 # 07:30 – 08:45

Meals: B, L, D

Breakfast at the hotel, transfer to airport and take the flight to Mandalay, start dolphin tour in Ayeyarwaddy River Mandalay -Mingun -Myayzun -Mandalay (One night two days trip)

Day (1) We started to leave from Mandalay at 8:0 am with our a boat to Mingun it’s take one hour to there and sightseeing at Mingun village for another two hours then we proceed to Myayzun village to explore for dolphin there.On the way to Myayzun village sometime you can see dolphin a long the river some of the village such as Seinpengone, Indown, Sheinmakar villages can be seen dolphins there. We reached to Myayzun village in the evening and overnight at the Monastery.Myayzun is 45 km far way to the north of Mandalay and it’s small village situated on the east bank of Ayeyarwaddy river. Nowadays it’s famous for fishing with dolphin by their old method. For us we have visited around the village where you can see the way how they lived of their life and went to the famous (Snake vomit ) pagoda which was built in 12 century.


Day 5: Mandalay

Meals: B, L,

Day (2) The next day we are ready to see dolphin in the morning and we went with fisherman to his small boats and canoes along the river for us we left our boat because the dolphin are afraid of noise from the engine so we take small boat. After half an hour the fisherman started to make a strange sound such as guttural, paddle, bamboo stick tapping to his canoes by the side then suddenly the dolphin are came up from the water show their tail and come to boat closely. (Dolphin and fishermen communicated each other by audio and visual singnals during the fishing.) show their tails as vertical to stop the boat and catch the fish with his tail to water surface then the fishermen throw their net quickly. 


This kind of old method is fascinating to see their tactful work in Myanmar. 

Overnight at the Mandalay Hill resort – superior


Day 6: Mandalay – Bagan K7 262 # 08:25 – 09:00

Meals: B, L,

Breakfast at the hotel This is Bagan! - KMM-BGN-001 – full day orientation tour A full day tour by car, with an experienced guide through Bagan will show you the best known temples of the area. We start the day climbing a pagoda to get a first impressive view over the whole area. From here the guide plans his way to some of the other amazing temples that have been here for hundreds of years. Places like the Ananda, Dhammayangyi, Sulamani, and Thatbyinnyu will certainly impress you. Lunch will be taken at a local restaurant and around 4pm we continue the tour by horse cart to Pyathagyi pagoda for sunset with some refreshing drinks served! Oh… we forgot to mention the best part of this tour; whenever you see a temple you like, just ask you guide to stop to have a look at it – simply pick your own favourite temple.

Overnight at the Bagan lodge resort – deluxe


Day 7: Bagan

Meals: B, L,

Jeep Safari through the dry zone: a visit to local villages off the beaten track – KMM-BGN- 011 – half day An early start, 4x4 driving out of Bagan meeting local women carrying fire wood etc for the market while the sun rises behind them. Nyaung Gyi is the first village visit and we stop to see a black smith work shop. In Se Ywa village we visit several local workshops (Plum purifying, cooking oil producing and wooden slipper maker). Then we continue to Taung Kong village where majority of the people are farmers but also making pottery. (2 hr drive each way by jeep or Pajero). A great trip for photographers and anyone interested in daily life of local people.

Overnight at the Bagan lodge resort – deluxe


Day 8: Bagan – Heho – Inle Lake K7 263# 09:15 – 09:55

Meals: B, L,

Breakfast at the hotel Transfer to airport and take the flight to Heho for Kalaw, Trekking in forest and visit Elephant conservation project – KMM-KLW-001 – full day Your guide specialized in Elephant conservation will take you for a rewarding day in the forest surrounding Kalaw encountering elephants, their mahouts and people living in the surrounding. Very recently some young tourism professionals originating from Kalaw decided to set-up a project in Kalaw that is focused on protecting the nature, elephants and traditions of local people living in an area close to Kalaw. In a big part of this private protected forest the nature can grow undisturbed creating a natural habitat for animals that could otherwise be easily hunted down and killed. The project includes creating a natural environment for some Myanmar elephants from this part of the world and helping the local population to grow out of the vicious circle of poverty through education and micro finance. Depending on your arrival time and how long you want to walk through the forest (walks from 30 min up to 4-5 hours are possible – simply let us know what you prefer) you will find yourself in the natural surroundings of Asian jungle A delicious lunch with local specialities (often from Nepalese origin) will be served in a traditional village, in the jungle or in the camp. After lunch it is time to help the mahout washing and feeding the elephant. Walk back in the afternoon to the main road and continue by car back to Kalaw town.

Overnight at the Amara Mountain resort – deluxe


Day 9: Kalaw - Inle Lake

Meals: B, L,

Breakfast at the hotel  A day on the lake! Inle Lake in southern Shan State is a vast natural lake surrounded by traditional Shan villages. On the lake itself the Intha people have been living for many centuries in village built entirely on stilts on the lake. Today we will take you by private motorboat around the lake to discover the natural beauty of the lake, visit the floating gardens, see some of the famous leg rowers and have some tea at a local family’s house. On and around the lake traditional markets are held in different villages according to a 5-day rotating schedule and today we will take you to visit a colourful; market frequented by Shan and PaO people living nearby. We will certainly also visit a local cheroot factory (where the Burmese cigars are made), floating tomato gardens, Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, Intha Heritage house where the Burmese cats are bred and if wanted we visit a weaving factory. Lunch is included. After lunch, enjoy half day bird watching tour around the Inle Lake area Half day sightseeing with a specialist birdwatcher guide through the Inle Wetland Bird Sanctuary Animals to be seen: birds (herons, warblers, cormorants, wild ducks and egrets), otters, turtles and Burmese cats (breeding centre) Best period to visit: whole year round

Overnight at the Amara Mountain resort – deluxe


Day 10: Inle Lake – Heho – Yangon K7 267 / 11:10 – 12:25

Meals: B,

Breakfast at the hotel Transfer to airport and take the flight to Yangon, Car and guide will be available till your airport transfer time for international departure 



Price per person sharing: 2004 GBP (subject to change and availability)




  • Airport pick up and drop off

  • Overnights as mentioned

  • Excursions as mentioned

  • Transportation in private A/C vehicle

  • English speaking guide

  • Meals as mentioned (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner – excludes drinks)

  • All taxes


Does not include:

  • All international flights and visa fees, currently $30 per person

  • International airport tax (Included in Airline Ticket)

  • Meals, unless mentioned differently

  • Beverages and personal expenses

  • Other excursions and entrance fees

  • Travel insurance (cover against all cancellation costs, medical expenses, including repatriation and evacuation in the event of an accident or illness

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