This is an adventurous trip for those looking to go somewhere new and off the beaten track. You start your journey in Myanmar’s religious centre, Mandalay where you will take a tour in a classic Mandalay ‘sidecar’ (a chauffeur-pedalled bicycle with a passenger seat). You will then fly to Bagan, formerly Pagan: the capital of the ancient Pagan Kingdom. Here you get to cycle through Bagan’s pagodas and temples which date back to the 11th and 13th Centuries.
On this tour you will also get to take a tour to Green Hill Valley Elephant camp to watch the elephants feeding and bathing and learn all about their conservation efforts. Conservation is gradually gaining more importance in Myanmar and projects like these prove that conservation can bring in much needed tourist income to poorer areas. You also get to relax and experience life on and around the scenic and serene Inle Lake including traditional fishing villages. Your journey ends in Yangon and includes a visit to Shwedagon Pagoda with its golden stupa which is the 'heart' for all Buddhists in Myanmar.
This is based on the accommodation and tour as listed. Should these not be available, the price will increase. For an exact quotation and itinerary for the dates you require, please do get in touch. This holiday is available all year round.
Flight costs from the UK range between £800 - £1,000 per person depending on the time of year you travel. We can easily arrange international flights for you if required - our airline partners offer special rates throughout the year so please contact us so we can provide an accurate tailor-made costing based on your travel dates and preferences.
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