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Myanmar – Pagodas Prayers and Tribal Culture

Myanmar (Burma)

February 2017 tour sold out, contact us to register interest for November 2017!

We shall meet in the place where there is no darkness ― George Orwell, 1984

Inle fisherman

 

Experience a world where the 21st-century has barely intruded

 

Myanmar (Burma) — The Golden Land

Pagodas Prayers and Tribal Culture

February 15 – March 1, 2017

 

Four thousand temples scattered across the countryside in Bagan

Leg-rowers and floating gardens of silvery Inle Lake

Trek with tribal peoples in newly opened Chin State

Visit the cultural hub of fabled Mandalay

Immerse yourself in Yangon’s colonial vibe

 

Because temple fatigue and tourist traps – yes, even in Myanmar – abound

go off grid in safety and comfort to

traditional teak villages, teahouses, and small-town markets

 

Come away knowing the real Myanmar and some of the planet’s most endearing people

It’s changing but the old world still lives here 

Cost: USD 3980 double occupancy, 1590 single supplement

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Why this tour? 

  • off the tourist circuit 4-day exploration of tribal culture in newly opened remote Chin State in private jeep

  • Guided thematic walks through colonial-vibe Yangon

  • Your own horse and cart to astounding Bagan’s 2,200 temples on a sun-baked plain

  • Bathe and commune with retired timber elephants in Kalaw

  • Travel to Mandalay of Rudyard Kipling fame

  • Gaze upon fantastical pure gold-covered stupas away from crowds 

  • Traipse through markets, eat like a local, and discover a rich, spicy culinary tradition

  • Cruise silvery Inle Lake, with foot paddling boatmen to ingenious floating farms and faraway Indein

  • . . . above all, be welcomed by the gentle Myanmar people in their homes

 

 

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