3 days & 2 nights alongside patchwork farms, tribes & villages, rivers, jungle & a bamboo rocket competition… find out why the Kalaw to Inle Lake trek is the most popular hike in Myanmar.
Todos Santos Cuchumatan is a unique village tucked away in the Guatemala Highlands. It is known for hiking and the traditional clothing BOTH the men and women wear. Find out how to identify a Todosantero when you see one.
Kalaw is an excellent base town to plan treks to Inle Lake & around: from markets to caves, find out what else there is to see & do in this ex-colonial town.
Downtown Yangon is a city of hustle & bustle, energy & entrepreneurship – see why now is the best time to wander its gritty streets, before globalisation & skyscrapers take over.
Step into the golden light of Shwedagon Pagoda and the heart & soul of Yangon – see why it’s easily one of the most underrated Wonders of the World.
From temples & museums to museums & lakes, many attractions in Yangon are free – find out what to see & do in the Myanmar’s largest city.
Travel by rail in Myanmar any chance you get! Share the journey with locals & enjoy the green countryside – for a short taste of what it’s like, come aboard with us on the train from Bago to Yangon!
Observe the lunchtime procession at Kha Khat Wain Kyaung monastery in Bago to gain a better understanding of Burmese Buddhism.
Step inside Kha Khat Wain Kyaung monastery in Bago, where 500 novice monks attend a study session in silence every afternoon – it’s free & open to visitors. This is like nothing you’ve ever seen before!
Bago is a city of superlatives… visit the tallest stupa in Myanmar, two of the longest reclining Buddhas & one of the largest Burmese pythons in the world – do it all on motorbike for less than $10!