Everest Circuit

We had a wonderful, wonderful time. Our guide and the Sherpa team were just fab, super!!! So thank you to everyone that helped to get this trip on the road.

Lee Murray | New Zealand

Myanmar Adventure

Now is the right time to visit this beautiful and still untouched corner of South East Asia. Offering the absolute best of Myanmar, this wonderful journey will take you right into the heart of a friendly land where genuine hospitality abounds. Our adventure begins in the charming colonial city of Yangon, before flying to Mandalay to explore this much romanticised city set on the banks of the Irrawaddy. The highlights are numerous - we enjoy the view of the city from Mandalay Hill and the 600 painted pagodas and monasteries at Sagaing. Bagan is considered by many to be the finest collection of temples in Asia, and savouring the sunrise from the upper terrace of a temple is an experience not soon forgotten. At Mount Popa and Inle Lake we get off the beaten track and see the real culture and traditions of Myanmar with a walk on the Shan Plateau to our monastery or homestay. Inle Lake is the grand finale with its bustling local markets, handicrafts, stilted villages and breathtaking views before flying to Heho and then onward to Yangon where your Myanmar adventure concludes.

Brief Itinerary

DAY 1 Arrive Yangon
DAY 2 Fly to Mandalay
DAY 3 Visit Amarapura, Sagaing and Mingun
DAY 4 To Mt Popa
DAY 5 Mt Popa to Bagan
DAY 6 Visit Bagan temples and half day cycle
DAY 7 Fly to Heho, trek the Shan Hills (4-5hrs)
DAY 8 Trek to Kalaw (6hrs)
DAY 9 Bike or hike to Inle Lake
DAY 10 Inle Lake
DAY 11 Drive to Heho, fly to Yangon
DAY 12 In Yangon, trip concludes

traveller reviews

For us both, the best holiday we've experienced.

S & P Sanders VIC, Australia

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Trip Code: MYA
Trip Grading: Introductory
Duration:  12 days
Activities:  Adventure Touring Trekking
Next Trip:  07 June 2017
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price: $3,290.00 AUD

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