Myanmar has been isolated from the world for decades. Now, finally opening up to international tourists, travel to Myanmar is very possible – this gem of a country is just waiting to be discovered. With no mass tourism and with little exposure to Western influences, the country remains totally unspoilt, and traditional Asian values and a devout form of Buddhism are still practised. In addition, the spectacularly beautiful countryside is home to the friendliest people we have ever come across in our travels.


For families looking for adventure, Myanmar is an incredible destination. Families are greeted with warm welcomes, countless smiles and a hospitality almost unheard of elsewhere that will simply amaze you.

family on bikes in morocco


Justly famous for their friendliness and warmth, the people are genuinely interested in meeting you, talking to you and getting to know you on your Myanmar tour.

traditional myanmar dress


Shwedagon Pagoda: Covered with 60 tons of pure gold, the Shwedagon is alive with worshippers from dawn until dusk. Myanmar’s holiest Buddhist shrine is one of the greatest religious sites in the world.

Bagan: With over 2000 temples dating back 1000 years, Bagan has to be seen to be believed, and the best way to do so is to explore its dusty roads in a horse drawn cart.


Water & Beaches

Lake Inle: Cruise along the waters of beautiful Inle Lake in a handmade longboat and see villages on stilts, floating gardens, traditional markets and ancient temples.

The Coast: Incredible beaches such as Ngapali rival neighboring Thailand but without the crowds.

woman on tropical beach


Traditional handicrafts: Visit textile, gold leaf, wood, silk, bronze, marble and jade workshops where the use of modern machinery is still unknown.

myanmar silk



Read our latest blog posts…

Free and fun – a new “book” on how tourists should behave in Myanmar published!

This week the Myanmar Times wrote about a free downloadable “book” that has just been published on how tourists should…

Read More
Myanmar making friends
Myanmar Travel Updates – November 2012

Myanmar continues to feature in the international news almost on a daily basis. I’m not a political commentator, but in…

Read More
Travel, kids and food: Myanmar

Myanmar is becoming a hot destination for many travelers – not so much for families yet but I have no…

Read More