Journey to a land steeped in Buddhist traditions on The Evolved Traveler’s 12-day journey, “Myanmar: Shrouds & Spires.” Delight in the revealing of man-made treasures and natural wonders of this storied country, with each day bringing mesmerizing sites of pagodas and waterways teeming with commerce. Immerse yourself in the warm hospitality of the people as you visit local marketplaces and enjoy regional specialties.

Destination Overview

Your discovery of Yangon includes a bicycle ride through hidden neighborhoods and a visit to a local tea shop. End the day at Shwedagon Pagoda and take part in an oil lamp ceremony at sunset. In Bagan, stop at a local villager’s house for lunch and then travel by horse cart past some of the area’s magnificent temples.

Mandalay, the fabled city by the Irrawaddy River, will enchant with its local traditions and handicrafts, as well as the fabled sites of Mingun and the Mahamuni Pagoda. Spend the day with the elephants at the Green Hill Elephant Camp, learning about the stewardship of these magnificent animals and their habitat; your interactive adventures of feeding and bathing the elephants are sure to leave a lasting impression.

The adventures continue as you travel to the village of Nyaung Shwe to visit the markets and take a trishaw ride down to Inle Lake. Opportunities abound for you to travel on the lake—including a kayak ride—and to explore the stilt communities along its shores. Your last evening is back in Yangon to enjoy a special farewell dinner at Le Planteur.

Trip Highlights

Discover Yangon on a bicycle ride through hidden neighborhoods

Take part in a sunset oil lamp ceremony at Shwedagon Pagoda

Travel by traditional horse cart through Bagan

Spend the day with the elephants at the Green Hill Elephant Camp

Explore the stilt communities of Inle Lake

Dates & Rates

Price from

$3,695 USD per person based on double occupancy
Intra-Tour Air: $360 USD per person


Departure time

Any day – this tour is fully customizable


Duration

12 days


Group size

Private groups of 2 to 12 people

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