Cultural Tours to Myanmar
Vast, lush plains are strewn with literally thousands of ancient temples. Tidy villages line the Irrawaddy River’s tranquil banks. Artisan quarters in the fabled city of Mandalay invite guests to witness an age-old craft. A valley lake known as Inle plays host to ancient hill tribes, stilt houses, floating gardens, and men who row boats with their legs. This is Myanmar, long isolated from Western eyes.
Boundless Journeys invites you to be among the first to peer deep inside this mysterious country. From Yangon to Mandalay and Bagan, our itinerary provides ample opportunity to chat with monks, nuns, artists, and merchants who call this stunningly beautiful country home. Along the way, exploration by foot, paddle boat, horse and carriage, overnight river boat, and lake cruiser assure the most up-close experience of this enigmatic country.
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Each Boundless Journeys adventure is different, so please call our expert trip advisors at 800-941-8010, to help choose the adventure that is just right for you. You may also Request A Call or use our Contact Form.
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