Would anyone like to see a giant golden boulder perched perilously at the edge of a cliff, a city of 4,000 stupas, or 777 steps leading to the prettiest shrine you ever did see? Um, hellz yeah!
Rudyard Kipling and George Orwell have spent time there and written about it, so Myanmar's alright in our book. Speaking of books, if Myanmar was a novel, it’d be an epic tale of a country torn between good and evil, which is basically what it was until very recently.
But the country’s dramatic past doesn’t stop the locals from smiling, especially when they’re welcoming visitors to their incredible shores.
Get to Inle Lake, cruise the Ayeyarwaddy River, grab some wares in the Bogyoke Aung San Market and take in more temples than you can shake a statue of the Buddha at.
Do not pass Bagan's 2000 Pagodas, do not collect $200.
What people say
Myanmar is a mystery in South East Asia. The land of gold where you can discover so many things. Food is delicious and people are so friendly and helpful. This country is growing quickly, so now is the time to visit.
Our Myanmar trips
Myanmar tour reviews
Our Myanmar trips score an average of 4.69 out of 5 based on 39 reviews in the last year.
Discover Myanmar, May 2017
This trip is a great way to experience Myanmar, immersing yourself in the wonderful culture of Inele lake, a fantastic day exploring the countryside of Kalaw and experiencing the hustle, bustle, and interesting history of the cities. Quite a relaxed tour but with lots of optional activities to keep you busy, would definitely recommend the cooking class and trekking around Inele lake!
Review submitted 10 Jun 2017
Discover Myanmar, January 2017
This tour was honesty one of the best experiences of my life, and I wish I could do it all over again. The local people and the rich local culture are like no other country I have ever experienced before and the sights were breathtakingly beautiful, just have to be seen to be believed.
Review submitted 12 Feb 2017