Explore magical Myanmar travelling from Yangon to Inle Lake, Bagan and Mandalay.
Myanmar is a country with a deep and fascinating culture. Beginning and ending in Yangon, discover the spiritual heavyweight of Shwedagon Pagoda, journey through Bagan and its thousands of pagodas, cross the longest teak bridge in the world near Mandalay and enjoy life lakeside at Inle Lake, where floating markets, leg-rowing fishermen and ethnic minorities make for a unique destination. Mix in delicious food, breathtaking landscapes and people both curious and welcoming, and you have a place that will keep you coming back for more.
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Get acquainted with Myanmar on a tour of downtown Yangon. Truly an incredible city, Yangon is packed with beautiful pagodas, astounding giant Buddhas and countless historical sites
Touring the ancient city of Bagan by bicycle is a magical way to see the place. You'll have convenient and leisurely access to thousands of temples, stupas and pagodas
A full day of walking through the hills and villages of Kalaw may require a bit of energy, but it's one of the highlights of the trip. Get up-close and personal with the culture of rural Myanmar
Get lost in the floating markets of Inle Lake and encounter the many varied tribal people who call this place home. This is a truly authentic Southeast Asian experience
This trip involves a full day of walking in the hills and villages around Kalaw. While not a trek, the day still requires travellers to have a decent level of fitness.
Myanmar is a big country so you'll spend a lot of time travelling from place to place. Expect some long drives on this trip, and a full day cruising the Ayeyarwady River from Bagan to Inle. This is a great opportunity to get to know your fellow travellers.
This trip gives you plenty of free time in each location, perfect for the traveller who appreciates a bit of independence.
Myanmar is a hot and humid country. Even wintertime is pleasantly warm by European standards, so take this into account if travelling here in summer.
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1. Please provide passport details at time of booking with exact name as per passport, as these are essential for booking services on this trip.
2. A Single Supplement to have your own room is available on this trip.
3. IMPORTANT ITINERARY CHANGE, affecting trips departing after 1st March 2017.
Day 2 - travel by public bus from Yangon to Bagan. Stay Overnight in Bagan
Day 3 - Full free day in Bagan.
Day 12 - Fly from to Yangon. This afternoon take included Yangon walking tour, and visit Shwedagon Pagoda.
4. TRANSPORT CHANGE: For tours from 1st April 2017 - 15th August 2017 the boat journey will be replaced by a private vehicle from Bagan to Mandalay (journey time approximately 5 hours).
5. Intrepid can book an optional sunrise balloon ride over the Bagan (operating October to March). Please refer to Day 4 of the Trip Notes for more information. Places are limited and we recommend advance booking with your agent.
Our Myanmar Experience trips score an average of 4.86 out of 5 based on 173 reviews in the last year.
Intrepid trips are so well organised, so thoughtful of the country you are travelling through, and mindful of the people that live there. It has been my experience that the tour leaders that Intrepid employ are absolute gems. Our tour leader for Myanmar was Naing, he showed us his country in such an informative, graceful and reverent way that we could not help but fall in love with this country and its people. Well done Intrepid!
Review submitted 01 Sep 2017
Myanmar was much better than I expected and I had an amazing travel experience thanks to an excellent tour leader, Naing, who shared his enthusiasm for his country and organised transport and meals so that the group bonded together. Take shoes that are easy to take off and on and cool clothes that cover your knees and shoulders for temple visits.
Review submitted 22 Aug 2017