Unleash your adventurous spirit in one of Asia’s greatest undiscovered lands.
Myanmar, long closed to visitors, has opened its doors to a world of bejewelled Pagodas, intriguing people and an old world culture unspoilt by tourism.
Go hiking the rugged jungle and trek to remote hill-tribe villages to get a taste of a land still relatively untouched by tourism.
Visit cities rich in culture and history, golden pagodas topped with precious jewels and spend time in ancient Bagan exploring over 2200 temples built over 1000 years ago.
Find out more about the places we visit in Myanmar, both on and off the beaten track!
Find out about visas, weather, currency and what to expect from travelling in Myanmar (Burma).
Myanmar is the newest must-visit destination on the Southeast Asia backpacker trail and for good reason!
Myanmar's former capital reveals an ancient heritage of royal palaces, thriving temples and an old-world charm that has survived into modern times.
Explore the Kandawgyi Gardens, take a horse-drawn buggy tour of the colonial neighbourhood, visit the sacred Anisakan Falls and visit the local market.
Bagan is Myanmar's archaeological jewel dotted with the ruins of over 2200 ancient temples built more than 1000 years ago.
Kalaw is Myanmar's trekking hub! This cool, quant colonial style town is the jump off point for trekking the Shan Highlands.
Inle Lake in Shan State is one of Southeast Asia's most unique destinations as the life of the Intha people revolves around the lake.
Yangon is a bustling, vibrant city with an intriguing mix of British colonial history, glittering Burmese temples and influences from neighbouring India.