A country rich in ancient culture and traditions
A destination for many mysterious, Burma, or Myanmar as it is officially known since 1989, is slowly emerging from a long and stormy political period and opening up to the tourist reality.
Among the most noteworthy must-see attractions there are certainly the magical valley of Bagan temples, Inle Lake and the authenticity of the floating villages, Mandalay with the ancient capitals of Ava and Amarapura, the Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon, the most sacred place of the Country, and the caves of Pyndaia with thousands of Buddha images.
However, in our itineraries we also include less conventional routes such as the remote areas Kampetlet and Mindat, inhabited by Muun ethnic groups, Keng Tung, and other districts off the beaten track. The encounter with the local tribes allows us to understand the remaining traits of a culture that dates back to the Neolithic period. In these extraordinary places that seem to stand still in time where we meet the women of the village who still wear traditional clothes and the older ones have their faces covered by elaborate tattoos, which according to local traditions is a symbol of beauty, they smoke tobacco pipes and play nose flutes.
Considering the many possible itineraries, we present below only few examples of tours that can be combined with each other and customised to suit your needs and budget.
Every tours can be extended to Ngapali beach or Mergui arcipelago on Andaman sea, as well as in other Countries.
The following itineraries can be customised according to your travel needs
ITINERARIES WITH BEACH EXTENSION IN SOUTH MYANMAR AND MERGUI ARCIPELAGO