Myanmar is one of the biggest countries on mainland Southeast Asia. Covering more than 676,577 sq kilometers this is a country with everything from snow capped mountains on the north to white sand beaches where it touches the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea. The mountain ranges are also covered with valuable timber species as the cultivable land is used for growing of paddy and other cash crops.
As varied as the land itself there are more than 100 different ethnic groups that call Myanmar their home. While the majority is the Bamar group, there are also Shans, Kachin, Kayin, Mon, Rakhine groups plus other smaller nationalities. Most of the people are engaged in agriculture, especially growing paddy and other cash crops in the lowlands, others harvest tea and tropical fruits in the higher elevations.Read More
Programme / 7 Days – Myitkyina – Bhamo – MandalayRead More
8 Days – Poe Kyar elephant camp – Taungoo – Loikaw – Phekon – Inle lake – Kalaw – Nay Pyi Taw – YangonRead More
12 Days – Yangon( Syriam) – Mandalay ( Mingun & Inwa) – River Boat to Bagan – Drive to Kalaw and Inle lake – By bus to YangonRead More