Through our tailored travel styles, guests are immersed in local cultural traditions, encounter the unknown and surround themselves with the world's most sensational natural habitats. From luxury aquatic adventures and idyllic river hideaways to learning the art of string puppetry, hiking through the hills of Chin State, or wandering through the markets of Thanlyin; explore five of our most iconic trips in Myanmar below.

Exploring the Myeik Archipelago


This 4-day 3-night program explores the very best of the Myeik Archipelago while contributing to the conservation of local wildlife.

Embark on an aquatic adventure tailored to your interests at the luxury Wa Ale Resort, a privately owned eco-tourism project in the Lampi Marine National Park.

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Idyllic Ayeyarwaddy River Hideway

Nature & Adventure

This 9-hour experience sees guests depart from Mandalay and cruise up the Ayeyarwaddy River by boat.

Travel to the little-known village of Hsithe, where the Hsithe Eco-Lodge on the east bank of the river offers panoramic views and homemade culinary delights.

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Myanmar Puppetry Class Htwe Oo-Family


This 2-hour program takes guests to the Ahlone Township in the western part of Yangon.

Be charmed by Htwe and his family, who are helping to save Myanmar’s puppetry tradition by staging traditional puppet shows in their front living room.

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Exotic Chin Hills


This 4-day 3-night adventure transports guests from the plains of Bagan to Kampatlat and Mindat in Myanmar's Chin State.

Prepare yourself for an adventurous journey visiting Chin hill tribes and meeting Chin tribal women known for their striking facial tattoo patterns, exploring the subtropical flora and fauna, and trekking to the animist Kyar Do village.

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Local Life in Thanlyin

Local Life

This 5-hour local life experience guides guests through the streets of Thanlyin by both foot and pony-drawn cart.

Travel from Yangon across the Bago River to the city of Thanlyin, the previous base of infamous Portuguese adventurer Philippe de Brito, and explore the countryside while learning about the local ways of life.

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