Everest Base Camp

It really is an amazing experience. I have spent a month trekking in Ladahk and loved that, but to see the Nepalese Himalayas was just incredible! And the World Expeditions set up and itineraries really are great.

Sandi Douglas | Craigs Travel Service, Melbourne

Bike, Hike and Kayak Myanmar

This multi activity trip is the chance to mix it up on an exciting adventure in Myanmar. Our journey begins in the charming colonial city of Yangon, before flying to Mandalay on the banks of the Irrawaddy. We enjoy the view of the city from Mandalay Hill before beginning our cycling to Mount Popa and Bagan, considered by many to be the finest collection of temples in Asia. Savouring the sunrise from the upper terrace of a temple is an experience not soon forgotten. We get off the beaten track and see the real culture and traditions of Myanmar with a trek on the Shan Plateau. Kayaking on Inle Lake among the stilt houses and floating gardens of the Intha people is a wonderful experience. This adventurous itinerary combines cycling, hiking and kayaking through timeless villages with some of the most welcoming and hospitable people in the world.

Brief Itinerary

DAY 1 Arrive Yangon
DAY 2 Fly to Mandalay
DAY 3 Cycle outskirts of Mandalay (65km)
DAY 4 Cycle and transfer to Meiktila (45km)
DAY 5 Cycle to Mt Popa (50-70km)
DAY 6 Mt Popa to Bagan cycle (45km)
DAY 7 Bagan cycle (16km)
DAY 8 Fly to Heho and drive to Kalaw
DAY 9 Walk to Htee Thein village (4-5 hrs)
DAY 10 Continue walk to Inle Lake (4-5 hrs)
DAY 11 Kayaking on Inle Lake (2-3 hrs)
DAY 12 Drive to Heho, fly to Yangon
DAY 13 In Yangon, trip concludes

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Trip Code: BHM
Trip Grading: Introductory to Moderate
Duration:  13 days
Activities:  Cycling Trekking Kayaking Multi Activity
Next Trip:  06 July 2017
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price: $3,690.00 AUD

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Your trip price includes:
Internal flights valued at: $354 USD
No local payments required
Countries we visit
we are also associated with:
Fred Hollows Foundation
Porter Protect
The Himalayan Trust UK