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Burma Adventure Holidays & Tours
Burma is a one-of-a-kind land between India and Thailand. Isolated for centuries, Myanmar has recently opened up and begun to turn to the tourist industry, so now is the right moment to do so! It is a fabulous land with innumerable glimmering gold buddhistic churches, beautiful countryside and breath-taking sandy and islets. You will be fascinated by the unbelievable Yangon silhouettes, the unbelievable antique remains of Bagan, the breath-taking landscape around Inle Lake and Kalaw and the inviting local people.
Further phenomenonal climaxes are the antique imperial town of Mandalay and the golden rocks at Mount Kyaiktiyo, - Kyaikthiyo or'golden rock' - a gigantic rocks entirely coated with golden leaves, which is finely poised at the edges of a bluff.
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Unknown for the most part, this antique civilization has a lot to boast, from great sacred relics to 19 -th grade artworks. Myanmar vacations give you the opportunity to explore Burma's cultural heritage, from the splendid Shwedagon Pagoda, an exceptional 4531-diamond sacred landmark, to beautiful scenery such as Kandawgyi National Park, whose botanic gardens are home to over 480 different types of plants, bushes and treelife.
Discover the impressive Bagan, an old, former town with over 2,000 Buddhist landmarks stretching across the wide, green plains. You can also enjoy the breathtaking view of a swimming farming on Lake Inle.
Holidays in Burma for Singles
The packages are subject to authorization by the Civil Aviation Authority (ATOL number 11266). Touring is also a t auch Mitglied der ABTA Association of British Travel Agents Ltd (ABTA-Nummer Y6412). Your vacation is covered by our travel packages that do not contain a ticket.
Burma Photography tours in Myanmar Public Holiday
The best time to take pictures is in early October, the landscape around Bagan and the countryside is really green, the level is best for the U Bein Brücke and also at Lake Inle. Travels, sceneries, waterscapes, arquitecture, road scenery, country living, craftsmen, swimming parks and towns up close, portrait, black-nature, nocturnal.
"Our travelling trip will please both the mind and the mind, because Myanmar (Burma) is an unbelievable and singular photographical goal. Our trip takes photos of the most scenic and majestic places Myanmar has to show. We' ll also take you on a classical rail trip from Bagan to Myingyan full of great photos, then take the'Road to Mandalay', which takes you to the centre of the countryside of Myanmar, with many photostops on the way.
From Mandalay to Inle Lake we also have an intercity tour that takes you away from the classical touristic route that others cannot film. Take breathtaking pictures of Buddha shrines and stupas penetrating the flats and hills in a selection of rusty red bricks, glistening whites and glistening golden.
Take pictures of roads between wine red dressed friars and rose wrapped monasteries gathering charity. Myanmar is currently experiencing a major transformation after many years of Western segregation, and it is a pleasure to be here at this point, witnessing the emergence of this old civilization and the reaming of oversleep eyeballs in the face of globalization and moderns.
We meet as a group at 6 p.m. for an important orientational discussion, with an introductory talk on holidays and the shades of being a visitor in Myanmar and to get to know each other. We will begin after breakfasts with a road photographing trip through the old Yangon nostalgic centre, where we will experience the pale glory of slow decay of colorful rural buildings, the streets and the end of the 2,000-year-old Sule Paya Goldtempple.
Covering more than 12 hectares, it gives us a full and magic afternoons mixed with the followers, friars and monastics who come to see these living and living religous sites. We set off in the afternoons to take some of the unbelievably many Stupa at first hand. We will take a rest this mornings from the plain sanctuaries with a trip to Nyaung U, where we will take pictures of the bustling village square and the gold-plated Shwezigon Paya.
During the afternoon we take pictures of the landscape for these travelling jewels before going to Nyaung U for supper. "Ahead of the start, THE ROAD TO MANDALAY" An early departing to the ancient royal city of Mandalay, home to more than half of Myanmar's 500,000 plus friars and nuns. 2. It is a great experience as we take the Mandalay Express coach to Myingyan with the people.
During the rest of the trip we will travel by land, rarely taken by a tourist. Throughout the trip there is a hodgepodge of different types of landscape and a mixture of locals. There is plenty of time during the afternoon to take pictures of the lush and diverse scenery, the busy train stations and the locals who sell everything from grilled corn to the banana.
We are able to record the unforeseen and immerse ourselves in everyday situations in the way of travelling using local transportation. Upon our arriving in Mandalay we take some free and easy steps to get settled in our hotels. We will take pictures of Sanda Muni Paya with his glittering gleaming snow eyed-ups and then take pictures at the ditch of Mandalay Fort for a sundown.
There is a road photo trip after breakfasts, which takes in the lively vegetables and spices markets and the lively roads around Eindawya Paya, where the stores are piled up with all the utensils a noviciate friar needs, a favorite with the former invite. After lunch we drive to the legendary U-leg bridge, the longest trekking bridge in the whole wide range of terraces, and take pictures of live in this wonderful scenery against the backdrop of the sundown.
Afterwards we will see some of Mandalay's craftsmen, among them the sculptors with his golden Buddha, where the pendants are applying goldfil. It is a place where pilgrims come from far away and the noviciation ceremony of nuns and friars can take place at any moment. The forenoon ends with a tour of the Shwe Hin Bin Convent and the surrounding roads full of abbeys taking sabbatical.
Then we continue to Shwe Kyet Kay, a stupa-covered blind with stunning view over the Irrawaddy River and its footbridges to the white-gold hills of Stag. The view is unparalleled and offers a great viewpoint from which to take pictures of the gilded mound of Mount Sáigaing.
In the afternoons we will spend in and around the city of Saalaing, from where you can take pictures of the exhilarating stupa that cover the hills around you. We' ll take our sweetheart' s sweetheart' s picture of Umin Thounzeh, a gold-plated and elaborately adorned columnade with a series of 45 Buddha-figurines.
Then we drive to an increased lookout point with a view of the Ayarwaddy creek and Mandalay in the faraway. We will start to Lake Inle after having our breakfasts. It will be a country charming experience that will slowly transform the faces of our journey through the undulating Shan State.
We have ample opportunities to interrupt the trip and take pictures of the countryside as we drive past meadows maintained by the Shan with their oxcarts. Upon arriving at Inle lake, we checked into the eco-boutique ViewPoint Lodge. Following a cozy breakfasts, the day begins with a photographic trip along the Nan Chuang Canal and Nyaung Shwe, taking in the nearby markets, the roads and ships that load their products from the swimming garden on the lakes.
We will go to Inle Sea in the afternoons and you will take the first pictures of the Intha-Leg Rowfishers taking off against the sundown. This day will be spend in the calm water of the Incle Lakes, with an early dawn departure to take pictures of the Intha fishers at mid-sun.
In the course of the afternoon we will be visiting many places, among them the Taung Tho Hangtempel at the south end of the pond with its view of the pond and also the 5 days revolving fair, a must for photographers. Photo in the potter town at the southernmost point of the pond.
This trip is full of photo classic. We work our way up the hill again and stop in Nampan, an entire town with a lot of stilt trees overlooking the town. We' ll take pictures of the swimming pools maintained by peasants who paddle up and down between the product isles.
We' ll take pictures in the Nga Phe Kyaung Monastry (Cat Monastery) and do our last photoshooting at Lake Inle. NOTICE: We don't sit on the boats all morning, we stop at many places during the days to take pictures. My skipper Thar Phu also knows our needs and is always looking for great pictures.
We will visit the Shwe Yan Pyay Monastery with its stilted tea room to prevent damages due to ebb and flood of sea levels on the way to Heho International Station. On the last day you have the option between a concluding road photographing trip through the roads around our city.
Roads are bustling and bustling, full of shopkeepers, while numerous teahouses on the outskirts of the town offer opportunities to unwind and forge new friends. You can also go to the 70-year-old Boyoke store with over 2,000 stores that sell all types of crafts and fabrics from all over the state.
Photographing from our private spot with a view of the bustling city centre of Yangon towards Schwedagon Pagoda. Every one of our properties has been selected for its great photographic locations. Park Royal is situated in the centre of Yangon, with numerous possibilities to take pictures in the roads right in front of the city. Near the hotelier there are also large restaurants and road kitchens.
Mandalay:andalay City Hotel with a private outdoor heated outdoor area. The Inle Lake: While we are travelling, there will be plenty of opportunities to interrupt the trip to take pictures of the country magics unfolding around you. The transportation is part of the adventure on this day and will create unique photo shots.
We will be travelling on site in a minibus, boating and horse-drawn carriage. We will either be flying between different centers, travelling by street or by rail. The majority of your lessons will take place on site, with a personalised consultation that will take your photograph to a new dimension by really knowing your cameras and the art of the game.
He doesn't take pictures during the trip because he wants you to create your own way and encourage your own creative, he really wants you to get the best pictures that don't stand in their way! He will also be involved in Lightroom and monochrome imaging.
We take the liberty of reviewing your photos during your holidays. "Thanks to your organization, skill and expertise, we had the chance to go to these places and see them when the lighting was best for the photograph and without the usual'touring pressure' to hasten.
There will be a lot of walks on site and some of the Temple have climbs to them. Note: on this public holidays we recommend the use of graded neutrally dense filter. "It was all perfectly designed, with a well thought-out program that gave everyone the chance to take their own unforgettable, original photos.
Thanks Stephen and Rachel for a beautiful, memorable vacation. In case you would like to make your payments by check or wire remittance, please use the online booking request and let us know which day and date you would like to use. As soon as the down payments have been made, we will provide you with a voucher, an information PDF about the holidays and a route to download.
NOTICE: If you would like to reserve additional overnight stays before the beginning of your vacation or if we can make arrangements for you, simply let us know when you have agreed your time. In order to see the photos of visitors who share their pictures from the Burma photo tour, please go to the guest gallery in themenubar.