Going on holidays in Myanmar, you will find a friendly and resilient people, awe-inspiring temples and beautiful scenery. Our trips will take you to all the major tourist destinations, and if you prefer, to areas that are rarely visited by foreign tourists.

By using private companies, hotels, restaurants, and as far as possible transport, we maximize the benefit to the ordinary people, many thousands of whom depend on the tourist industry for their living. One also gets the sense that most Burmese people welcome tourists as providing a relief from their isolated existence.

Understanding Myanmar

The Republic of the Union of Myanmar, or Burma, as the nation has been known throughout history, is the second largest in Southeast country Asia. Myanmar has a long history and its greatness dates back to the early 11th Century when the first Myanmar Empire was founded in Bagan.

After this rich past in which the county was, for a short period, the largest empire in the history of Southeast Asia, the British conquered Burma in the 19th century and the country became a British colony until its independence in 1948, first as a democratic nation and then, a military dictatorship which formally ended in 2011. During The Second World War, Myanmar was occupied by the Japanese from 1942 till the return of the Allied Forces in 1945.

After a general election in 2010, the military junta was officially dissolved, and a civilian government was installed. This, along with the release of the most prominent human rights activist, Aung San Suu Kyi has improved the foreign relations of the country and has been of help in the process of opening up to foreign visitors. Much of the country is still untouched and very rich in both architectural and historic heritage and there is plenty to discover for those tourist who want to go off the beaten track.

Some of our suggestions for holidays in Myanmar:

Myanmar Magic – 7 Days

Take a step back in time in Myanmar as you make your way around some of most beautiful sights in Asia, filled with the shy smiles of the local people who could be as intrigued with you as you will be with them. While enjoying the warm, genuine hospitality that comes naturally to the Burmese people visit Yangon, Mandalay, Bagan and Inle Lake; magical names in a magical land. Enquire

Yangon and Bagan – 5 Days

For those who have only few days but don’t want to come back home without visiting this amazing country we recommend this two-day trip visiting Yangon where you will enjoy a sunset at the great Shwedagon Pagoda, one of the most impressive Buddhist shrines in the world and three more days in Bagan, a historic capital of Burma and known as “the city of four million pagodas”, is the richest archaeological site in Asia, and today is considered one of the wonders of the world. Enquire

All our trips are operated by professional guides. We offer our trips not only with English speaking guides but also in German, French, Spanish and many other languages as well. Please mention your preferred language in your enquiry.

Prices for our trips are different depending to the number of persons joining the trip, the dates etc. Please contact us for a personalized quotation.