Myanmar is the hidden gem of the subcontinent. Visit Bagan, a small town scattered with more than 4000 temples and pagodas. Spend a couple of days around the Inle Lake, drive up the mystical Golden Rock and step back in time in Mandalay and Yangon. Discover, explore and experience Myanmar.
Join us as we take you to explore those terrains of the world that only a few have experienced!
Tushar and Sanjay personally lead all convoys and have explored every single route themselves! Self drive as part of their convoy, meet like minded travellers, experience the highs of driving though exotic landscapes and harsh terrains.
Don’t we all want a ride in a hot air balloon? Well, very few are lucky. Take a hot air balloon ride to enjoy the spectacular view of Mandalay. Don’t get surprised if every second person that you come across is a monk. This is the residential hub for half of Myanmar’s monks. Take your time and explore the temples, monasteries and markets and indulge in the street food.
If you are in love with nature, Yangon will steal your heart. One of the most exotic cities of Asia, Yangon is a nature lover’s paradise with stunning lakes, shady parks and tropical trees. You will appreciate the way this city balances tradition, cultures and modernity.
Are you looking for people around you? Sorry! Ask for golf courses, elaborate gardens, malls, museums, national zoo, everything that a modern city can offer but not PEOPLE. Yes, this is what is unique about this newly built city owing to its size and inhabitants ratio. Take a ride in the ‘thaw lar gyi’, similar to Bangkok’s ‘tuktuk’
Even Sir Issac Newton would have been surprised to see this huge granite boulder, defying gravity and balancing on the edge of a mountain. Why the name Golden Rock if it’s a granite boulder? Well because this boulder is covered with gold leaves pasted by devotees. You are sure to be spellbound by the mystical and spiritual atmosphere as find yourself standing face to face with the Golden Rock, one of the most religious destinations in Myanmar.
If you are trying to count the number of Pagodas around, don’t even try! One of the most popular and a very unique town, Bagan is home to more than 4000 pagodas and temples. Calm, laid back and traditional, if there is one place that you are going to visit in Myanmar, it is got to be Bagan.
Inle Lake is a town where you will find villages, factories, temples and markets all built around the lake. The only way to travel is by boat. Witness the unique style in which the fishermen use their legs for fishing. Visit the pagodas built on the lake, the traditional tobacco plants and enjoy a cool drink overlooking the shimmering waters of Inle Lake.
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