Myanmar Adventure TravelAdventure Tours in Myanmar
Classical Myanmar adventure in Burma/Myanmar, Asia
Head to the unbelievable Shwedagon Pagoda before heading to the Golden Rock Basin. Take a nice walk to the top for an night. Food included: Journey back to Yangon and stop in Bago to see a lying Buddha. Food included: Fly to Mandalay early and discover the old monasteries and monuments such as the Golden Monastery.
Food included: Visiting the old and close city of Amarapura. Choose the longest wooden deck in the word. Visiting the small town of Mingun before heading back to Mandalay. Food included: Drive down the Ayeyarwady River to Old Bagan. Food included: Celebrate a full working days and get to know the cultures and histories of this once great civilisation.
Visiting antique places with centuries of shrines and stupa. The Nyaung Oo Fair. Food included: Food included: Food included: Extend your feet with a walk through the picturesque Kalaw hill and savour a meal including one. Food included: Have a free day at Kalaw exploration. Food included: Cruise the lakeside and see some of its swimming towns.
Attempt to discover the renowned Intha legs extensors during the trip. Food included: Have a goodbye meal at a G Adventures sponsored event. Food included: Food included: Adventure starts this evening. Explore the unbelievable Shwedagon Pagoda before heading to the Golden Rock Basin. Take a nice walk to the top for an night.
Begin the outing with a trip to the famed gold stupa of Shwedagon Wooden Float, the "heart" of Buddhist Myanmar. Later you will drive through the river and across the Sittang River to Kyaikhtiyo. The pilgrims' path leads 10 km from Kinpun to the 1200 metre high ravine on the renowned Gold Rock. Drive to a campsite in a Myanma car.
From here it is about an hours drive to the Golden Rock. Accommodation on the Golden Rock. This is a beautiful 2,500 year old coupe. Climb into this typical Myanma trucks from the basecamp town to the start of the trek. Breathtaking Golden Rock and the Cave.
Food included: Journey back to Yangon and stop in Bago to see a lying Buddha. Begin the descend from Golden Rock in the early hours of the day to follow your footsteps back to Yangon before traveling to Bago. Stack backwards and savour the journey to the next stop. The journey does not involve any stop.
Food included: Early in the morning take a plane to Mandalay and discover the old temple and attractions, such as the Golden Monastery. Take a plane to Mandalay and see the famed Golden Monastery (Shwenandaw), the only one of the more than one hundred buildings still in the castle area. The Kuthodaw Pagoda from here and see the 729 plates of sandstone with the whole canons.
Later you will go to the carver's workshop. Choose to ascend Mandalay Hill for a look at bird´s and go to Shwe Kyin Abbey for the sundown. Celebrate your stay in this breathtaking convent, known as the Golden Convent, which was once part of the Amarapura King's residence.
It is a marvellous example of Burmese architectural tradition. Come and see this breathtaking panorama of golden and whitewashed Myanmaris. Arakan Buddha, 100 years old and a legend, is 3.5 meters (11.5 feet) high. Soak up the 240m high peak, famous for its numerous marshes and cloisters.
Savour the views you have deserved on this short walk. Food included: Visiting the old and close city of Amarapura. Choose the longest wooden deck in the word. Visiting the small town of Mingun before heading back to Mandalay. Drive in the mornings to the former capitol Amarapura (Sanskrit for "Beautiful Town").
Cross the longest trek from world´s, U Bein, and head to Sagaing Hill for stunning vistas over the cloisters, traversing the countryside down to the Ayeyarwady River. After lunch, take a cruise along the powerful Ayeyarwady River and enjoy the attractions of laundrywomen, barrows and everyday riverfront activities.
Visiting the town of Mingun before heading back to Mandalay for the night. Take a stroll on the U Bein Bridges, a 1 km long viaduct considered to be the oldest and longest wooden bridges in the worid. In the area you can also see Swan Oo Pon Nya Shin and U Min Thone Sae.
Get on the ferry to the town of Mingun for the 1-hour drive. Food included: Drive down the Ayeyarwady River to Old Bagan. Slow down on a boating trip on the Ayeyarwady River, Myanmar's'Super Highway'. Sightseeing from the ship before arrival in Bagan. If there is not enough rain for the vessel, we will use a coach for this part of the trip.
Cancellation of boats usually takes place between April and September. The Ayeyarwady is the perfect place to spend a restful time. Food included: Celebrate a full working days and get to know the cultures and histories of this once great civilisation. Explore antique places with centuries of shrines and stupa. The Nyaung Oo Fair. Mornings hike through the Nyaung Oo square and get an insight into Myanma's way of life.
Then you will go to the Shwezigon Lagoon, the only gold Lagoon in the Bagan region. Eventually you attend the gigantic Htilominlo-Tempel. Come to see some of the best Bagan lacquer producers and unwind on one of the palagodas as the day goes down over Bagan. Celebrate your stay in this 46m (150ft) high gypsum plastered house.
Myanmar's artistic scene began around the twelfth cen. in Bagan. Go to a store to find out more about this complicated procedure and choose to take some beautiful memorabilia for your home (or yourself) family. Food included: Have some free shoulders. Food included: Scale a stairway (about 20 minutes) up the giant vulcanic stone to see chests for Nats (celestial ghosts of Myanma mythology) and small Buddhist sanctuaries.
The Mt Popa will be visited after two inches. Find out more about this important Myanmar herb. Crag for 20 minutes to the top of this volcano stone and find out more about the Natshrines. Throughout your stay you will see how many Myanmen show their respect in this holy place.
Food included: Extend your feet with a walk through the picturesque Kalaw hill and savour a meal including one. In the afternoons, you' re free to discover Kalaw. Have some free shoulders. Food included: Have a free day at Kalaw exploration. Spend a free day discovering the lively Kalaw markets or see Aung Chan Tha Zedi with his glittering golden and silvery crystal motifs or the Hnee Pagoda with his 500-year-old Buddha made out of white marble.
In the afternoon, take the commuter to Lake Inle for an impressive tour of rustic railway station, breathtaking alpine landscapes and country outings. In the mornings, you' ll have some free day to discover. Slowly take the promenade for a picturesque ride through Myanmar's countryside stops overlooking the breathtaking hills and towns.
Arrival in Nyuanshwe, the biggest town in the Inle Lakes area. Food included: Cruise the lakeside and see some of its swimming towns. Attempt to discover the renowned Intha legs extensors during the trip. Cruise a small stream on a long tail to one of the most beautiful cruises in Inle Lake.
Sailing to Indein, at the west end of the lake, where you can see the peasants growing their products. Explore some of the fascinating swimming towns and explore the great Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda with its five sacred Buddha pictures. The Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda Convent.
Check out the stores that sell Shan and Myanma tradition. Hop in a small ferry and take a trip on Lake Inle and its swimming towns. Food included: Have a goodbye meal at a G Adventures sponsored event. In the afternoons we are free to discover the Yangon market and attractions, with lots of free day for last-minute purchases before the joint evening meal at a G Adventures-supported venture.
LinkAge is an G Adventures-supported campaign that offers disadvantaged young people the opportunity to improve their cooking abilities and develop integrated and lasting resources for supporting society such as living and school. Food included: Food included: Permit USD 230-300 for mealtimes not covered. Personal coach, local coach, airplane, boat, bike, walk.