The deepest Myanmar experiences
The secret of a great trip? Invoking all the senses. Our carefully chosen experiences do just that.
“On your left the Shwedagon Pagoda. Stand here for the best view. Don’t miss the Buddha gift shop on your way out.” If you’re after a cookie-cutter tour of Myanmar, stop reading now.
But if you’re hankering for a deeper, more meaningful, hands-on experience, step this way. Afterall, there’s more to travel than sightseeing (and souvenir shopping).
Our diverse range of experiences all share things in common: they’re fun, sustainable, immersive and road tested. They'll also introduce you to some of the most fascinating people we’ve met on our travels.
Like Ma Mee Mee, for example. Owner of an eco-lodge, she’ll teach you to cook a Burmese curry in her farm-to-table kitchen which you can recreate back home. After a long, hot hike to a remote village, Pa-O elders will show you how to tie a sarong-style longyi. At the Golden Rock, one of Myanmar’s most sacred sites, you’ll meet monks and nuns chanting and meditating. And in a Mandalay teahouse, your local guide can introduce you to a variety of Burmese snacks. Our team lives and breathes this stuff, and these are just a selection of our favourite ways to get under the skin of Myanmar. We’ve plenty more where these came from.