What was the world like in a simpler time? The time described by
such legendary travelers as Marco Polo, Rudyard Kipling and George Orwell. The
answer lies throughout Burma. Its attractions tell stories: tales of royalty &
colonialism; Buddhism & ancient art forms; village life & traditional values;
and fabled places like Rangoon & Mandalay. Some are exotic or serene. Others are
intriguing or nostalgic. All are magical. All are unforgettable. All will leave
you jaw in hand, speechless and amazed that such a gracious place still exists.
This magical country promises wonderful cultural experiences, and delivers even more than it promises.
* resplendent, 2500 year old, golden Shwedagon Pagoda
* sunrise over 11th century Bagan temples from a hot air balloon (optional)
* Inle Lakeís charms and leg rowers in a magical world afloat
* timeless scenes from daily life in the pristine Burmese countryside
* hospitality & spirituality of the world's friendliest, most gracious people
* breakfast in Burma
Why "Breakfast in BurmaĒ? Because itís our favorite thing in the world. What makes it so special?
Perhaps the extraordinary settings, early morning dew, aroma of brewing coffee, attentive but unobtrusive hospitality, and organic foods, freshly harvested and eaten so close to the source. Or sunrise casting promise on a new day of discovery.
Or perhaps itís simply the intangible feeling of waking up in Burma. It canít be described. It must be experienced.
Tour price per person, based on double occupancy
The tour price includes domestic flights within Burma, ground transportation, 13 nights of deluxe accommodations, all meals from dinner on December 6 through breakfast on December 19, entrance fees, tips of a group nature and the services of a tour leader and an English-speaking local guide.
The tour price does not include international airfare to Yangon, overnight in Bangkok (if necessary), tourist visa ($50), optional hot air balloon flight ($300), beverages, tip to local guide and expenses of a personal nature.
A deposit of US$500 per person is required to reserve a spot on the tour. Please refer to the itinerary for cancellation policy.