Explore the colonial charm of Pyin Oo Lwin
You can explore Pyin Oo Lwin by car with your guide and driver, or alternatively you can take a tour in a pony and trap – the local taxi.
Bagan by bicycle
Prepare to be astounded by Bagan, a grassy plain scattered with pagodas. A full day of cycling will take you to the city's most fascinating sites, including the teeming Nyaung Oo Market, the glittering Shwezigon Pagoda, and the atmospheric cave temple of Wetkyi-In Gubyaukgyi.
Inle Lake Boat Trip
Around Inle Lake there are many small villages which connect to the main lake by means of narrow canals. Once out on the lake you may see the unique leg-rowing fishermen who stand up on their boats to give them a bird's eye view of the fish in the very shallow waters.
Dawn balloon flight over Bagan
An early morning balloon flight over Bagan is a fantastic way to see the temple landscape. You'll trip will end with light snack and celebratory glass of champagne.
Spend time with elephants at Green Hill Valley
The camp offers a number of different packages aimed at all levels of interest and fitness. Some combine light treks or walks and elephant rides whilst others incorporate more strenuous overnight trekking options.
Your guided tour will take in all the major attractions that will let you get a general feel for the town and observe local its life. You'll see colonial buildings and churches on the way, its two main mosques, Sein Don monastery and pagoda, a market and a stop at a restaurant for lunch.
Mandalay morning explorer
Mandalay has a surprising amount to offer for those who know where to find it. This tour has been designed to reveal Mandalay from a diverse and interesting perspective.
Monywa’s sandstone caves
The drive to Monywa is a 140 kilometres from Mandalay and takes around four hours. It is possible to make various stops along the way which would increase the length of the journey to around six hours.
Walking tour of Yangon
This morning you will enjoy a flexible tour of Yangon with your driver and guide. The highlight of your tour will most certainly be a visit to the Shwedagon Pagoda, the jewel in the city's crown.
Mount Popa villages on foot
Driving 50 miles south-east of Bagan you reach the famous Mount Popa. Rising 2,000 feet out of the Ayeyarwaddy flood plain, Mount Popa is one of the most sacred sites in Burma and home to the 'nats'.
Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda Festival
Set in and around the stilted villages of Inle Lake the Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda Festival is one of the largest Buddhist festivals in Burma.
Stilted villages of Inle Lake by traditional canoe
Your rower will guide you through the canals, among the stilt houses and floating gardens of the Intha people who live on the lake. The setting sun will provide at atmospheric light for some memorable photos.
Shwedagon sunset & a local beer
Around 4pm in the afternoon you will be met by your driver and guide for a visit to the famous Shwedagon Pagoda. Visiting at this time affords a wonderful opportunity for people to watch as the city's residents come to pay their respects after finishing work or school.
Experience Sagaing’s spiritual side
Together with 15 resident nuns, you will enjoy a simple lunch. After an early meal there will be time for a discussion with the nuns about their way of life, Buddhism and any other questions you might have.
Kyaingtong’s hill tribes & hill stations
The Shan hills surrounding Kengtung are home to a variety of ethnic tribes including Khun, Wa, Shan, Akha, Palaung and Lahu villages.
Visit the Paya Ngoto School
After the devastating effects of Cyclone Nargis in May 2008, Audley wanted to raise funds to help a community affected by one of the worst natural disasters of all time. Our local agent in Myanmar helped us to identify a small primary school in Paya Ngoto village which had been virtually destroyed and was in desperate need of a donor to help rebuild the school and move the 55 students out of temporary bamboo classrooms back into the main schoolhouse.
Visit to Thay et Pya village near Pindaya
The village of Thay et Pya is a 30 minute drive from the town of Pindaya in Shan State. It's a charming, well-kept village and is home to Danu families, an ethnic group of the Shan people.