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Would you like to rent a tour leader and a car/driver for the whole period of your stay? The majority of Burma's tourists are self-employed and employ local leaders according to their interests and budgets. Such as a Bagan guidebook for a whole days, many temple to explore, Inle Lake Guide/Boatman, many things to see and do, customized to your interest.
Did you research or study the LP Guide, or did you see how the government's interest is in everyday living in Burma? The majority of unaffiliated, licenced tour operators receive all the funds you are paying, except for the taxes, etc. they are required to declare. To reach the most important attractions for most of Burma will take about 3 week, according to the season and your interest and foretaste.
They can interfere with coaches, taxis, buses, trains, planes and even boat, again everything will depend on your itinerary, your interest and your money. I organized my journey myself and with the help of the regular guests on this TT, as LP Burma Buch 2006.
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I' m leaving for Myanmar at the end of December 2016. I' ve gone to certain places with and without native leaders. While some places like Kakku need a guidebook, other places like Yangon do not. At many places, even if you are without a leader, the small children will bind themselves to you, a la "slumdog millionaire".
In addition, there are well-informed and licenced tours in many places, which are available at many locations and will contact you immediately. On all my other trips through Southeast Asia I always traveled independently, I was told that Myanmar was a little more complicated to do, so I signed up the service of a Korean Yangon based agency.
I was provided with a rider and ward managers in Yangon, Bagan and Inle Lake, Ngapali Beaches, which I did not need. In all other places the leader was a great brainstorming, especially in Bagan. You took charge of everything up to check-in at the airports and in the hotels, as well as all the touristic tour material.
MInMin was my leader in Bagan and he was simply great, he knew everything about the monasteries and palagodas and without him the journey would not have been so pleasant. I' m a true lover of the past and the tempera, so I like all the backgrounds, so a leader in Bagan was indispensable for me.
Don't get me wrong, it was Bagan I love the whole of Myanmar, but the true one. Well, my treat, yes, I used One Stop Travel in Yangon. I' m in Myanmar now traveling alone.