Trips to Myanmar
Festive Mandalay, Oct 15-18, 2016Visit Kyauk Se in Mandalay and join the locals in celebrating 'Swun Daw Gyi Pwe' or the 'Food Offering Festival' at one of the city's most festive times during the year. Explore the former capital with a visit to its most revered pagodas, Shwenandaw Monastery and Mandalay Hill to enjoy magnificent views across the city. Festival trip dates ex-Singapore are from Oct 14-18, 2016.
Putao Luxury EscapeFrom Yangon, fly northwards to Putao into the remote Kachin State. Surrounded by the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas and filled with rivers and densely forested terrain, this is nature at its best. The next 3 days at the Malikha Lodge are filled with fantastic excursions and unforgettable encounters with nature and the area's hilltribes. Tour prices are valid until Apr 30, 2015.
Tribes & Traditions of MyanmarA tour for those wanting to experience, first hand, the age old traditions of hill tribes found around Kengtung, Pindaya and Inle Lake. Explore hillside villages and admire the spectacular views of the rolling hills as you make your way between destinations. Learn about the unique skills of village people and how they use local materials to create a livelihood.
Burma Biking AdventureOn this 14-day journey we explore central Burma, traveling from the Irrawaddy River plain up to the Shan Plateau and all along we will be greeted by warm, friendly people few tourists get to meet. From the heights of Mt. Popa we cycle down to the ancient city of Bagan and cycle amongst the temples dominating a river valley that once formed the centre of a great and deeply religious empire. Trip prices valid until Dec 31, 2015.
Burmese Road to ChinaThis ancient Asian trading route is now accessible on our incredible 14-day journy. From Mandalay, travel north along the 'Burma Road' to the former capitals of Ava, Sagaing and Amarapura, and onwards to the colonial hill station of Pyin Oo Lwin. Then explore the volcanoes and hot springs Tengchong, the markets of Ruili and culture of the Dai people, en route to Dali and Kunming.