Discover Myanmar’s most remarkable places on an 8-night private tour that explores culture, history, and nature. With a private guide at each destination, you’ll catch sunset at Shwedagon Pagoda, see the ancient temples at Bagan, tour the onetime royal capital of Mandalay, cruise Inle Lake, and more, flying between destinations to make the most of your time. This 8-night Myanmar tour includes accommodations, breakfast, private tours and transfers, and entrance fees, and it’s the perfect introduction to this spectacular country.
Travel from Yangon to Bago with a private guide to visit several stunning pagodas and monasteries in one day. See top attractions such as Kya Khet Waii monastery, Shwemawdaw Pagoda, Shwe Tha Lyaung Buddha, and Kyaik Pun Pagoda. You’ll also meet some local artisans, and pay respects at Taukkyan War Cemetery, created for Allied soldiers who died during World War Two.
Visit Bago and Kyaiktiyo Pagoda on a 2-day private tour of religious landmarks in the capital of the Mon Kingdom. You’ll see Kyaly Khat Wai Monastery, Shwemawdaw Pagoda, and Shwethalyaung Buddha, then continue to Kyaiktiyo Pagoda for evening light on the Golden Rock. With the chance to join the early-morning alms ceremony at Kyaiktiyo Pagoda, this private trip ensures time to fully experience one of Myanmar’s most important spiritual sites.
A bird-watching tour from Yangon provides a great opportunity to explore Hlawga Wildlife Park. With a guide, who is a bird-watching specialist, you'll look for species such as the Asian fairy-bluebird, racket-tailed treepie, and Oriental darter while you admire the natural scenery. Lunch is included.
Ayeyarwaddy or Delta region is so called " Rice Bowl of The South East Asia 'cause all the areas are covered with rice green fields and rice mills are at the bank of the Rivers.The people from that region use a lot of boat transportation during their daily life. This region is rich with natural biodiversity such as about 250 different birds species ,especially Critically Endangered species, Sarus Crane, Yellow-breasted Bunting and Jerdon's Babbler during your birding trip. Nowadays eco,birding,crocodile watching and culture tourism are booming around here. Dogo Travel Myanmar is responsible to be free and easy in your holidays
Explore a bit of Myanmar outside of Yangon on a 3-day tour to Kyaiktiyo Pagoda, aka Golden Rock, and the city of Hpa An. You'll have the chance to see one of the country's sacred Buddhist sites and the interesting landscapes of Kayin State, known for its limestone caves and the Thanlwin River (Salween River). Accommodation is included.
This 21 Day excursion tour will make you to keep in touch with locals and travel like a truely local. Be amazed the natural beauty of caves, river and forests. You could learn the religion, the local belief in buddhist. You would get unforgettable memories when you go back to your hometown.
We have our expert tour guide on bird watching to take you through the experience in spotting different species of migratory birds that comes to Myanmar. Some of the birds are Baer Pochards,Wild Swan, a few Long-legged birds and cranes etc. Hence our tour routs are customized according to the season to witness these species on the wetland of Mandalay Region’s Paleik, Pyu, Thu Nge Daw, Taung Thaman Lake and Yay Myat Gyi Lakes.
Your bird expert will give you a training on the birds of Myanmar. Myanmar is a country, which boasts over 1,035 species of birds, 12% of the total number of the world bird species. Besides, as it is endowed with a diverse topography, various species of birds can be studied all at once. You’ll learn how to identify, attract, and protect our feathered friends. Learn different ways to identify some of the common birds found in Myanmar. A professional photographer will join us and give a workshop on bird photography. From the numerous approaches to photographing each different species of bird, he will show you how to control all the variables to bring the bird into a perfect setting for that particular species and have it all in your viewfinder of your camera.
In the morning after breakfast, meet your local guide and enjoy the sightseeing tour to the town of Dala and transfer to the Nanthida jetty for the ferry boat. The town is famous for it’s the life of trishaw people, the Orphanage houses and local markets. After sightseeing, get back to Yangon by ferry boat in experiencing the ship-yard on the river of Yangon and drive to the station named Yangon Circular Train, which was rebuilt in 1954 by Myanmar architect with the traditional Myanmar architectural style.The wandering journey by a circular train gives you a great chance to see a slice of local people life, and it will take around 3 hours for the complete journey and ends at the first station you take.Return to your hotel.
Seindon Mibaya MonasteryThe last king of Myanmar, at the palace in Mandalay, came to power by killing many of the rival heirs to the throne at the end of the 19th century. Queen Seindon escaped and moved to what was called Moulmein in that period and became a Buddhist nun till her death (her tomb is in the compound in one of the nunneries). She built the Seindon Mibaya Monastery in Mawlamyine which is very fine example of architecture in the original Mandalay palace and has magnificent woodcarvings and other decorations. It’s a monastery so beautiful that one could actually call it a museum.