Dear guest! Welcome to Myanmar!
Upon your arrival at Yangon International Airport, you will be welcomed by your Myanmar English-speaking guide and will be transferred to your hotel.
In the afternoon – half-day sigh seeing tour in Yangon.
Former capital of Myanmar, Yangon is still keeping the status of the financial, economic and cultural center of the country. Thanks to its distinctive colonial architecture, colorful Chinese and Indian quarters, evergreen parks and picturesque lakes, Yangon has the reputation of one of the most attractive and charming cities in Asia.
You will stroll in the downtown area admiring impressive colonial-era buildings, will visit Chauk Htet Gyi Reclining Buddha image, one of the biggest in the world, and will enjoy the unforgettable sunset view at the splendid Shwedagon pagoda, the most sacred Myanmar’s temple and the world-famous symbol of the country.
Free evening and overnight in Yangon.
Morning flight to Bagan. Transfer to hotel. Full day sigh seeing tour in Bagan.
Bagan is one of the world’s three major Buddhist sites, a candidate to the inscription into the UNESCO World Heritage list and one of the main symbols of country, often called “The heart of Myanmar”. Once the capital of the legendary Pagan Kingdom, Bagan concentrates more than 2000 stupas and temples dated back as early as the 9th century. Thousands of people visit the city every year to admire its extraordinary beauty.
You will start your day with the visit to the Shwezigon pagoda, one of the most significant temples in Bagan, and will continue to the Ananda temple, famous for its four huge Standing Buddha images. You will also make a stop in Anauk Pwa Saw village where you will learn about traditional cotton weaving, and Minanthu village, one of the few remaining centers of the traditional peanut oil production.
In the afternoon you will continue to explore mythical Bagan visiting, among others, the biggest pagoda Dhammayangyi, and you will enjoy an amazing sunset view from one of the most scenic spots of the town.
Free evening and overnight in Bagan.
Morning flight to the Inle lake. On the way from the airport – visit of the Pindaya cave.
Small town of Pindaya is well-known for its attractive lakeside setting, traditional Shan umbrellas and an amazing cave representing a huge maze housing thousands of Buddha images. The images left in the cave by numerous pilgrims date back as early as the 18th century. Breathtaking scene!
You will visit the Pindaya cave as well as the traditional Shan umbrella workshop before continuing the way to the Inle Lake.
Free evening and overnight in the hotel on the Inle lake.
Inle Lake, the second largest lake in Myanmar, is situated in the picturesque mountain area in the north-east of the country. Wonderful landscapes, exotic floating gardens and markets and the unique one-leg rowing style of the local people from the Intha tribe make the lake notorious all over the world.
You will have a full day boat tour around the lake visiting its most prominent landmarks, observing local life and admiring lake’s peaceful landscapes of the rare beauty.
Among the “must-see” sites are Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, the most veneered pagoda of the lake famous for its five gilded images of the Lord Buddha; Indein pagoda, a complex housing thousands of ancient stupas: and Heya Ywama village, well-known for its traditional handicrafts such as silk weaving, lotus weaving and blacksmith.
Free evening and overnight on the Inle lake.
Morning flight to Yangon and free time until your international flight.