Burma (Myanmar) small group tours
With a group of no more than 16 travellers, allowing flexibility and independence, discover Burma, newly emerged from decades of suppression. A Small Group Tour has the support of a Western tour leader and expert local guides, who deal with the logistics of your trip as well as any queries you may wish to explore. Travelling responsibly with us helps support the Burmese people. Despite using comfortable hotels we don’t use any services connected to the government.
Burma is a destination like no other. Across the country meet local people who still embrace their traditional ways of life by wearing the the traditional Kantaka cream on their faces and have an unmatched commitment to Theravada Buddhism. Venturing through Burma's 'must see' attractions, witness the shimmering Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon, the listless Inle Lake, the British-colonial hill station at Kalaw or get off the beaten track to the temples of Mrauk U or the idyllically remote Shan Hills
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6 days from £1110* pp
Journey through exotic Burma’s most popular sites, with highlights you can’t afford to miss. Experience the colonial charm of Yangon and meet local hilltribe people at Inle Lake’s morning market. In Bagan, be awed by the thousands of majestic temples filling the plains. At the end of your travels you may choose to extend your journey to include a cruise on the Irrawaddy River.
10 days from £1885* pp
Discover Burma (Myanmar) on this journey through a land spiked with temples, with cities built on rivers edge and whole towns floating on a lake. Meet the friendly people at markets, villages and monasteries, for an insight into life in a land which has been mostly cut off from Western influence for so long. If you are seeking colonial architecture, countless temples, stunning landscapes and locals welcoming you with open arms, this is the trip for you.
13 days from £2500* pp
Late getaway departures: 14/09/2015, 05/10/2015, 19/10/2015
Delve into Burma (Myanmar) on a journey that uncovers the essence of the country at highlight sites, like the thousands of majestic temples filling the Bagan plains, but also reveals hidden gems such as a light trek in the Shan Hills and visit to an elephant camp. Full of surprises, discover local markets, hilltribe regions and floating gardens, giant Buddha statues and the 'World's Largest Book'. The people of Burma welcome you to their home, with genuine warmth and a friendly smile.
13 days from £2540* pp
A tranquil boat journey sets the scene for this glorious expedition. Experience the picturesque countryside in laid-back Laos and intriguing Burma where peaceful temples, lush mountains and fabric-filled markets await. From Northern Thailand, glide down the Mekong to stunning Luang Prabang, via Pakbeng. In Vientiane, this vibrant city will delight. Continue your journey to Burma, exploring the country’s popular highlights in Yangon, Inle Lake and Bagan, and interact with the locals.
20 days from £3860* pp
A journey north takes you back in time as you leave the bright lights of Bangkok for the historic Bridge over the River Kwai and then to the old city walls of Chiang Mai. Time seems to stop as you float gently along the Mekong River past untouched rural villages, to the relics of Luang Prabang. Witness the ancient ritual of monks collecting alms at dawn before you soak up bustling Vientiane, the Laotian capital. Extend your journey to Burma, exploring the country’s popular highlights in Yangon, Inle Lake and Bagan, and interact with the locals.