Myanmar on a Shoestring
Amazing, surreal, largely untouched by modernity there are a ton of ways to describe Myanmar (also known as Burma), but it's better to visit and see for yourself. Using Thailand as a jumping off point, take two weeks to walk, hike, and roam all over the region, from the Bagan temples and ruins to the rice paddies and rural hilltribes. And with two flights included, you'll avoid long travel days and ensure you get the most out of your cultural immersion in different Myanma towns. Just trust us when we say you need to experience the wonder and beauty of Myanmar for yourself at least once in your life. Make that time now right now.
Private vehicle, public bus, plane, walking.
Simple hotels (twin-share) or hostels (multi-share) (11 nts), overnight bus (2 nts).
Experience the ancient ruins of Bagan, trek amongst rice paddies and hilltribes, stroll Mandalay's temples, relax at Inle Lake.
G Adventures for Good: Meal at Sanon Restaurant and Culinary Training School, Bagan. Half-day trekking excursion (Kengtung). Sunrise temple tour (Bagan). Orientation walk in Yangon. Internal flights. All transport between destinations and to/from included activities.
Day 1 Chiang Mai
Arrive at any time.
Day 6 Inle Lake/Bagan
Continue exploring Inle Lake with another free day. Later this evening, board an overnight bus to Bagan.