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The imposition of harsh financial sanctions against the state of Myanmar due to the continuing ethnic cleansing persecuted by parts of its security forces. Heart of Myanmar (Burma) in Burma/Myanmar, Asia Travel to the land of the Golden Pagoda on a 12-day quest in Myanmar (Burma). Drive the powerful Irrawaddy River to the antique town of Bagan, which houses over 2,200 shrines and docks. Drive to the swimming towns on the calm Inle Lake. Myanmar's charm is its hot and mystic population.

Travel to the land of the Golden Pagoda on a 12-day quest in Myanmar (Burma). Drive the powerful Irrawaddy River to the antique town of Bagan, which houses over 2,200 shrines and docks. Drive to the swimming towns on the calm Inle Lake. Myanmar's charm is its hot and mystic population.

Come today anytime. Travel to and from the airport is free of charge. Take a flight to Mandalay and discover this old town, which includes the Golden Palace Monastery, Kuyuk Taw Gyi Pagoda, Kuthodaw Pagoda and Mahamuni Temple. Food included: You can take a ferry to the town of Mingun to see the paragodes and the handicrafts. Visiting the Myanmar chaplaincy center in Sagaing and the old imperial capitol Amarapura.

Food included: Food included: Unwind and see the attractions on a full-time Irrawaddy River tour to Old Bagan. Food included: Discover the antique places of Bagan, among them the Shwezigon Pagoda, the Gubyaukgyi (Wetkyi-in) cavern shrine and the Manuha and Nan Paya churches. You can also go to Kyan Sithar Umin Abbey, where we will speak to a Buddhist friar about Buddhism and everyday living.

Food included: Food included: Take a flight, coach or ferry to quiet Inle Lake. On the way, you' ll be able to see Shwe Yan Pyay Monastery, Nyaung Shwe on a bicycle ride and see swimming towns and parks. Food included: Food included: In the afternoons you can relax. Food included: Head back to Yangon and head to the breathtaking Shwedagon Pagoda, then take some free shopping and exploring in the old city.

Have a talk and a goodbye supper at LinkAge Restaurant, a G Adventures for Good sponsored event for you. It is a socially responsible company that educates young people for occupations in the hotel and restaurant sector. Food included: Departure is possible at any moment. Food included: Come today anytime. Travel to and from the airport is free of charge. Now you can unwind and discover the town.

Most nationals require a Myanmar entry permit; please contact your nearest Myanmar tourist office or embassy before arriving. Arrivals transfers inclusive. Take a flight to Mandalay and discover this old town, which includes the Golden Palace Monastery, Kuyuk Taw Gyi Pagoda, Kuthodaw Pagoda and Mahamuni Temple.

Soak up the 240m high peak, famous for its numerous marshes and cloisters. Savour the views you have deserved on this short walk. 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. Food included: You can take a ferry to the town of Mingun to see the paragodes and the handicrafts.

Visiting the Myanmar chaplaincy center in Sagaing and the old imperial capitol Amarapura. Cruise the Irrawaddy from Mandalay to Mingun and enjoy the scenic landscape of this riverbank and the lifestyle of the locals who inhabit and work on it.

In the afternoon we will stop at Amarapura, a former capitol whose name means "City of Immortality". "Take a relaxed cruise in this quiet town. The Mingun Bell, which weighs more than 87 tons and is more than 3.7 meters (12 feet) high. In the area you can also see Swan Oo Pon Nya Shin and U Min Thone Sae.

Discover Amarapura, the former capitol whose name means "City of immortality". "Visiting a winery and then the Mahagandayon convent where over 1,000 nuns live. Catch a gorgeous glimpse from the over 200-year-old U Bein Bridge made of tea wood. Food included: Stroll through the luxuriant leaves and admire the wildlife of this wonderfully maintained botanic gardens.

Food included: Unwind and see the attractions on a full time Irrawaddy River to Old Bagan. Transfers from the hostel to the pier in Bagan (Nyaung Oo). It lasts 7-11 hrs, according to the season and sea levels. There is a small coffee shop on the ship with beverages and snack and instant noodle.

If there is not enough rain for the vessel, we will use the 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: Discover the antique places of Bagan, among them the Shwezigon Pagoda, the Gubyaukgyi (Wetkyi-in) cavern shrine and the Manuha and Nan Paya churches.

You can also go to Kyan Sithar Umin Abbey, where we will speak to a Buddhist friar about Buddhism and everyday living. Spend two full-week in Bagan, the first (and very beautiful) city of the people of Burma, established in the eleventh cen. We' ll be visiting some of the city' s traditional fairs, historic Pagoda, a craftsman' s shop, a small convent and old churches.

Take a sightseeing trip through the lovely Bagan. You will be welcomed to Kyan Sithar Umin Convent to talk about Buddhism and everyday living with one of the Buddhist people. Food included: Have some free day to discover this lovely town. Find out more about this important Myanmar herb. Drive to Mount Popa and hike up to the holy Popa Taungkalat Cloister.

Awake up early and savour a little refreshment before the start of your warm-baloon. Food included: Take a flight, coach or ferry to quiet Inle Lake. On the way, you' ll be able to see Shwe Yan Pyay Monastery, Nyaung Shwe on a bicycle ride and see swimming towns and parks. From Bagan to Heho this mornings, take the Nyaung Shwe highway, the gate to Inle Lake.

You can also take a bicycle ride around Nyaung Shwe, past the many convents and along peaceful roads. Then we get on a small ferry and drive down the channel to the most part of the sea, past towns that have been build on stilt walkways over the sea and are populated by the Intha.

Nyaung Shwe with the Trinishaw, drive through the many convents and drive through peaceful living avenues. Get on a ferry and go down the channel to the bulk of the Inle lake. Drive through towns on stilt walkways over the sea where the Intha live. Food included: Then our motorboat brings us down a meandering stream to Inthia, with its thousand stupa on the slope.

Discover the art and craft of nearby lakeside Inle with a stop in the web community of Inpawkhone and a handcrafted Cheeroot plant where traditional Myanmar handcrafted products are produced. It is an unforgettable rally and a dinner and a chance to find out more about Myanmar's history and tradition. Discover this day-to-day fair that draws crowds from the shores of the sea to buy and buy their goods.

Walk through the stands where your tour leader will tell you what the products and goods are for sal. The Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda Convent. Check out the stores that sell Shan and Myanma tradition. Hundreds of astonishing Shan Buddha pictures are housed in this gorgeous cloister. Food included: In the afternoons you can relax.

Lacing your shoes and get yourself prepared for a hike. Food included: Head back to Yangon and head to the breathtaking Shwedagon Pagoda, then take some free shopping and exploring in the old city. Have a talk and a goodbye supper at LinkAge Restaurant, a G Adventures for Good sponsored event for you.

It is a socially responsible company that educates young people for occupations in the hotel and restaurant sector. This is a beautiful 2,500 year old coupe. Ms Kin from Burma had the brainchild to help these young people by educating them to become successful in the hotel and catering sector, which became a fact in collaboration with Friends International, Planeterra and G Adventures.

The task of Ma Khin is to end livelihoods through this socially responsible company that educates young people in the hotel and catering profession. You will then be served a choice meal with some of the restaurant's specialities, which include lens broth, shrimp crème and Burma sponge cakes. Food included: Departure is possible at any moment.

Food included: Permit USD205-270 for non-inclusive mealtimes. Privat bus/van, airplane, boating, walk. All-CEOs, full-time, top-notch, locally based coaches.

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