Mandalay Division, Bagan, Yandabo Village, Pyin Oo Lwin, Nyaung U Airport, KyaukMe, Shan State, Sagaing Division, Mingun, Hsipaw
Lakes, Rivers & Mountains
Embark on a 12-day adventure through Myanmar, where nature's beauty unfolds in breathtaking landscapes. Traverse the azure mountain ranges, immerse yourself in the timeless rural life among emerald rice fields, and discover hidden tribal villages off the beaten path in Hsipaw.Prepare to be captivated by the fifty shades of green that adorn the mountainous trails, revealing the untouched charm of Myanmar's countryside. Experience the awe-inspiring natural waterfall, nestled within a lush pristine forest, offering a tranquil retreat for your senses. And for the avid Instagrammers, endless opportunities for capturing Insta-worthy moments await you.Ascend Mandalay hill for a panoramic view that stretches over the city and the vast plain, painting an unforgettable picture in your mind. As the day transitions to dusk, sail back from Mandalay to Bagan, basking in the warm hues of a mesmerizing sunset, following a delightful visit to the charming Yandabo village.Uncover the true diversity of Myanmar's...
Prepare to be captivated by the picturesque beauty of Pyin Oo Lwin, a former British colonial hill station located in the Shan Highland. This charming city is surrounded by fragrant fields of flowers that will mesmerize your senses. Pyin Oo Lwin still boasts many classic English architecture that stands as a testament to its colonial past. You'll have the opportunity to explore the sacred Peik Chin Myaung cave complex, stroll through the Kandawgyi National Botanical Garden, and experience a traditional wooden horse-drawn carriage ride, all while soaking up the unique and enchanting atmosphere of this historic mountain retreat.
Explore the breathtaking landscapes and rich cultural heritage of the Hsipaw highland located in the Northern Shan State, a sought-after trekking destination among adventurous tourists. Marvel at the remarkable feat of British engineering at the Goteik Viaduct, the world's longest bridge. Stroll through lush green paddy fields and engage with the local farmers, who embrace a tranquil rural lifestyle. Board a brief boat ride on the Dokhtawaddy River, and arrive at the charming organic fruit orchards. Witness the mesmerizing sunset from the Shan palace, while taking in the panoramic vista of the sprawling courtyard.