Activity holidays in Burma
Burma is a vast country, encompassing a tremendous variety of landscapes stretching from the steaming jungles of the south, through semi-arid plains, to the foothills of the Himalayas. For those of an active persuasion there are wonderful options that will take you out into the great outdoors, surrounded by the exotic sights, sounds and smells of this beautiful country.
Let us know what you enjoy and we'll incorporate your favourite activities into your perfect holiday package.
Recommended Activity Holidays Experiences
Browse our selection of active experiences to see what might take your fancy. Any of these can be built into a tailored itinerary designed just for you.
Activity Holidays itineraries
Leave the tourist trail and discover little-visited gems in the southern reaches of Myanmar (Burma).
If you are keen to explore the remoter corners of the world, our Untouched Myanmar (Burma) trip is for you.
Activity Holidays accommodation across Myanmar
Riverside @ Hsipaw Resort (Hsipaw)
The newly completed Riverside @ Hsipaw Resort is located in a scenic location in Old Hsipaw Shan Village on the eastern bank of the Dokhtawady River. The resort offers spacious and comfortable en-suite rooms, all with delighted views over the river. Set in a well-maintained garden, facilities also include a well-regarded riverside restaurant offering Myanmar, Shan, Western, and Chinese cuisines, and a pleasant bar. Free wifi is available in public areas.
Mountain Oasis Guesthouse (Kanpetlet)
Located just outside Kanpetlet, the main town in southern Chin State, Mountain Oasis is a collection of nine comfortable bungalows. The Chin-inspired rooms are basic with wood furnishings, en-suite bathrooms and spacious porches. The restaurant serves Burmese, Chinese and European food.
Mr Charles Hotel (Hsipaw)
Visitors to Hsipaw, in the hills of northeast Burma's Shan State, can now relax in the comforts of a modern hotel with a range of international amenities. Named after the property's founder, Mr Charles Hotel has 34 rooms, including five suites, all with minibars, hot and cold showers, satellite TV and complimentary wifi. Facilities include a restaurant and laundry. From this charming hotel, guests can explore the exotic local scenery, including the meandering Dotthawaddy River.
Htee Thein Monastery (Htee Thein)
A unique experience staying overnight at a local village Buddhist monastery in rural Shan State. Facilities are basic but comfortable.
Aye village Homestay (Aye)
The homestays in the villages of Aye and Lote Pe village in Chin State offer a unique opportunity to get to know the local community in person. Facilities are simple but adequate for the more adventurous clients - guests are provided with a sleeping mat and mosquito net for sleeping on the wooden floor, with a cold shower wash basin and squat toilet. Meals are prepared by the host family and taken together.