Myanmar (Burma)

Unlock the secrets of Southeast Asia's most mysterious destination

Kipling once wrote of Burma: “...it will be quite unlike any land you know about.” It's true, travel here is like stepping back in time. Wondrous, lush, and steeped in history, Myanmar remains virtually untouched by the Western world. And now that a decades-old travel ban has been lifted, the country's gracious citizens are happier than ever to show off their home. We know the people of this enchanting land welcome tourism: they have told us so many times. Now's your chance to discover it, too.

Burma with GeoEx

From its stunning and sacred pagodas to its Buddha-filled limestone caves, Myanmar offers so much to see and experience: why not discover it at your own pace, alongside the people you enjoy most? Hoping to spend a few days wandering amongst remote villages before embarking on a luxurious sojourn along the Andaman Sea? Want to overnight in a monastery near Myanmar’s second-largest lake, cruise up the Kalaman River to the grand temples of Mrauk-U, and maybe climb Mount Victoria in between? Consider all your wishes granted.

Accompanied by our trusty and knowledgeable guides (who immediately put you at ease), Myanmar is yours to explore. We can take you to the country's ultra-remote Himalayan north, bring you face-to-face with the tribal villagers of the Shan States, and introduce you to the vestiges of the colonial Raj. Looking to get even more immersed? Between perusing Myanmar's stupendous wealth of attractions you can pay visits to local schools and handicraft workshops, where it's easy to return the endless affection of the Burmese people. We'll assist with whatever you desire, resulting in an extraordinary trip that's tailored specifically to you.

Sample Itineraries

Kipling's Burma

  • Deluxe Irrawaddy River cruise
  • Walk in the poet's footsteps in Mandalay
  • Stunning temples & pagodas
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Many Faces of Myanmar

  • Less-frequented villages & temples
  • Floating gardens of Inle Lake
  • Bathe & feed elephants
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Burma’s Tribal Tapestry

  • Sojourn in the Himalaya region
  • Day hikes to tribal villages
  • Explore remote lost cities
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