Burma (Myanmar) tours
Travelling to Myanmar can present a number of challenges, including a shortage of accommodation in some areas, and our specialists' local knowledge and expertise is invaluable when planning a tour to this mystical country. Having travelled the length and breadth of Myanmar to seek out new ways of seeing the country's highlights as well as its lesser-known attractions, our team can advise on the complexities of travelling to remote areas, providing honest, straightforward guidance at every stage of planning.
Our itinerary ideas are devised to act as a starting point when planning your route and can be tailored to your interests for a bespoke tour of the country.
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Our recommended tours in Burma (Myanmar)
These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Burma (Myanmar), and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well. Treat them simply as inspiration, because your trip will be created uniquely for you by one of our specialists based on your particular tastes and interests.
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Experience traditional river life on the banks of the Ayeyarwady
Get an authentic insight into the diverse tribal communities in Kayah state
Learn how to cast a fishing net and help in the conservation of the wonderful Irrawaddy dolphin
Cycle through Bagan's many pagodas, exploring them from a unique perspective
Navigate through the huge metropolis of Bangkok.
Enjoy an immersive Thai cooking experience in Chiang Mai.
Explore Sukhothai Historical Park.
Take in the colonial remnants of Mawlamyine (Moulmein).
Trek through beautiful Hpa An.
End your trip with a highlight tour of Yangon.
Get up close and personal with the tattooed Chin tribes.
Drive on rural tracks to untouched parts of the country.
Climb Myanmar's second highest mountain, Mount Victoria (Natmataung).
Trek in the Shan hills around Inle Lake.
Explore the majestic city of Mandalay and its even more memorable surrounding ancient enclaves, Mingun and Amarapura.
Travel overland between Mandalay and Bagan, with time to explore the riverside town of Monwya and its interesting sandstone caves.
Trek into the beautiful countryside around Pindaya staying overnight in a local monastery.
Visit Yangon's iconic Shwedagon Pagoda and admire the city's grand colonial buildings.
Enjoy the quieter pace of life around the southern edge of Lake Inle at Sagar.
Experience the spectacular temples of Bagan.
Visit Monwya and explore villages on the Chindwin River.
Head further south from Inle Lake to the little-visited Tha Khauk pagoda complex.
Cross the border at Tachilek and explore the far north of Thailand.
Wander through the colonial remnants in a fast changing Yangon.
Cruise alongside the leg rowing fisherman on the waters of Inle Lake.
Cruise back in time with an adventure to Katha, Tagaung and the Upper Ayeyarwady.
Watch the sunset over Bagan.
Walk through the Shan hills and stay in a local monastery.
Explore the Ayeyarwady River by boat with a stay at a local village en route.
Take an iconic rail journey across the Goteik Viaduct.
Visit the sandstone caves of Monywa.
Sail the beautiful clear waters of the Mergui archipelago by yacht.
Immerse yourself in the serene atmosphere of Yangon's shimmering Shwedagon Pagoda.
Explore the many beautiful and impressive temples of Bagan.
Enjoy an early morning balloon flight over Inle Lake for a unique vantage point of the stilted villages and floating gardens.
Imagine the former splendour of Inwa, a lost royal city.
Witness a little seen side of Mandalay.
Explore the colonial remnants and gold gilded pagodas of downtown Yangon.
Sail along the Ayeyarwady in luxury visiting quaint villages and historical sights along the way.
Watch the sunset over Bagan's spectacular archaeological site.
Embark on a cruise around the unspoilt Mergui archipelago.
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Some of our favourite travel guides
- What to do in Myanmar: our highlights guide
- Is it safe and ethical to visit Myanmar (Burma)?
- Myanmar’s temples beyond Bagan
- Burma (Myanmar) by boat: a river cruising guide
- Walking & trekking in Burma (Myanmar)
- Honeymoons in Burma (Myanmar)
- Travel responsibly: Myanmar (Burma)
- Character properties in Burma (Myanmar)
- People of Myanmar
What to do in Myanmar: our highlights guide
Myanmar is one of Audley's original destinations. As a first-time visitor discover its wealth of highlights, especially its charming hosts, the Burmese people themselves.View this travel guide
Is it safe and ethical to visit Myanmar (Burma)?
How safe and ethical is it to travel to Myanmar right now? The head of our Southeast Asia team gives his balanced appraisal on events in the country, and why we still feel that visiting Myanmar is the right thing to do.View this travel guide
Myanmar’s temples beyond Bagan
Including Yangon's Shwedagon Pagoda, Mahu Muni Pagoda in Mandalay and the temples of Indein at Inle Lake, Southeast Asia specialist, Hannah puts forward her pick of the main temple sites to see outside of Bagan.View this travel guide
Burma (Myanmar) by boat: a river cruising guide
From the deck of a boat view Myanmar's traditional waterborne ways of life, which have remained largely unchanged for centuries. Spend time in Yangon and Mandalay and visit the famous temples of Bagan.View this travel guide
Walking & trekking in Burma (Myanmar)
Discovering out-of-the-way places, meeting local people, seeing stunning views or just challenging yourself - a walking or trekking holiday in Myanmar (Burma) will give a completely different perspective on the environment around you that is simply impossible to achieve from a vehicle.View this travel guide
Honeymoons in Burma (Myanmar)
Myanmar is not your archetypal honeymoon destination but that's why you should consider it. An Audley tailor-made Myanmar honeymoon will leave you with lingering memories of stunning temples, smiling faces and a wonderfully laid-back way of life. It also has some beautiful beaches.View this travel guide
Travel responsibly: Myanmar (Burma)
We’re committed to making sure your trip has a positive effect on the destination your visiting. In this guide, read more about how we are working with communities and charities in Myanmar to make this happen, as well as our tips on how to travel responsibly.View this travel guide
Character properties in Burma (Myanmar)
If you're planning a tailor-made holiday to Myanmar, our specialists can recommend the benefits of staying in a property with character as well as the ethics of travel to this fascinating country.View this travel guide
People of Myanmar
Some destinations are special because things just don't seem to change and one such constant in Myanmar is its people. Myanmar specialist Hannah describes a recent visit to this beguiling country and her fascination and liking for its effervescent people.View this travel guide