Chin State Explorer

Chin State Explorer

The Chin village trek is an adventure that brings you from Bagan to Chin state through Magwe division where you will spend 2 nights in mountain lodge and 2 nights with local people. It is designed for fit adventurers who love to discover a really different area of Myanmar.
The adventure is full of rocky road, dirt trails but also full of fun and the most highlighted experience is the encounter Chin minorities who has a long tradition to put tattoos on their face. Along with the unique culture, the stunning mountainous landscape with wide great view and diverse flora makes your discovery of Chin enjoyable
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Tour Yangon will welcome you at Yangon airport for your hotel transfer. The remainder of the day is for your leisure and unwind. Our delightful dinner with cultural puppet show will be our highlight of the day.
Accommodation: hotel in Yangon / Meals: dinner
Located by the bank of Yangon river, the city of Yangon with rich history dated back to VI century with diverse arts. Explore the traditional and temporary art on the styled rishaw with our guide. Visit a selection of local galleries displaying paintings, sculptures and photographs from famous art pioneers and emerging young artists.
Spend your afternoon for a pleasant walk from Kandawgyi lake to Shwedagon, the biggest, golden pagoda in Yangon. It is a good time to watch local people praying at different stupas and relax with incredible sunset here.
Accommodation: hotel in Yangon / Meals: breakfast
After breakfast, we fly to the last capital of Burma, the city of Mandalay.
Commence your sightseeing to Inwa, once the capital of Mon emperor from 13th to 18th century. You will be captivated by the sacred monastery by Taungthaman lake. The followed horse cart ride will bring you to Ubein, the longest teakwood bridge in the world.
This afternoon, we explore the royal palace, Kuthodaw Paya and Shwenandaw Kyaung pagodas. These are the most prominent architectures built by king Mindon, the last emperor of Bura. Sunset at Mandalay hill.
Accommodation: hotel in Mandalay / Meals: breakfast
Today, we embark the luxury Paukan Cruise from Irrawaddy port. The visit to Mingun and its temple complex will be our highlight of the day.
Located on the left bank of Irrawaddy, Mingun depicts the story of Incomplete Wall, the biggest ringing bell and peaceful fishing village.
Accommodation: Irrawaddy river cruise / Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner
Enjoy your leisure while our cruise travel downstream to Sagaing, home to hundreds of monasteries and nunneries.
On the way to Bagan, we will visit Yandaboo,a village that specialises in pottery, where the peace treaty of the first Anglo-Burmese war was signed in 1826. Moor in Bagan.
Accommodation: Irrawaddy river cruise / Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner
Leave your cruise to visit Bagan.
We offer you choices for the rest of your day:
Bagan horse cart ride tour: enjoy the styled tour to visit different village and secluded temples amongst the some 2500 religious sites of Bagan.
Cooking class: a real demonstration of Burma cuisine with visit to local market and cook the fine food like local. Visit traditional factory of making lacquer and Manuha village. Dinner will be followed by an interesting puppet show.
Accommodation: Hotel in Bagan / Meals: breakfast, dinner
The day is at your leisure to discover Bagan on your own.
Our suggestion: spend half day on bike to cycle through villages where you are welcomed by smiling people, who are willing to show you their life. Other suggestion is to take a trip to Mt. Popa.
Taking a flight back to Yangon.
Accommodation: Hotel in Yangon / Meals: breakfast
Visit Yangon downtown with a pleasant walk from Sule pagoda to China town, discover the biggest reclining Buddha at Chautkhatgyi pagoda or do shopping at Scott market.
Tour Yangon staff will see you off for your departure flight.
Accommodation: Not included / Meals: breakfast



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"The Yangon city tour we booked was fantastic. We enjoyed riding the trishaw, tasting local food by a typical Yangon teashop. Your guide had done an excellent work. Merci"  - Mr Pierre from France -