Burma: Ruins and Rivers
Sacred Buddhist sites and Irrawaddy River boat ride
Land Cost: $4,295 - $4,650
Activity Level: 1
Dates: 3 upcoming departures
Duration: 15 days
Take time to reflect and meditate on the special wonders of Burma. Drift down the Irrawaddy River from Mandalay to Mingun and bask in the Buddhist spirit of an ancient land.
Treasures of the Golden Land
Explore rivers, ruins, markets, and friendly villages of Myanmar
Land Cost: $3,450 - $3,850
Activity Level: 1
Dates: 3 upcoming departures
Duration: 12 days
Enjoy a classic exploration of Burma's greatest sites with a JOURNEYS senior local guide. End with a coastal beach option.
Trek to the Last Village
Hiking the mountains, forests, and remote villages of Myanmar
Land Cost: $3,950 - $4,500
Activity Level: 4
Dates: Jan 19-29, 2015 or Privately on Request
Duration: 11 days
Trekking through the tiny villages at the base of the towering Burmese Himalayas offers rich nature, tribal hospitality, and an unbounded exploration challenge.
Shwedagon Pagoda
Bagan and Beyond
Myanmar's markets, villages and ancient sites
Land Cost: $2,995
Activity Level: 1
Dates: Privately on Request
Duration: 8 days
Travel deep into the countryside. Your guide leads your trip to the ruins of Bagan, tribal villages and historical sites of Mandalay and Yangon. Enjoy top-quality arrangements and a local perspective...


Travel to Burma, now officially known as Myanmar, offers great historical value, rich cultural heritage, and insight to a unique daily life style. It also possesses a vast ecological diversity ranging from Himalayan peaks to tropical beaches. Expect only the friendliest and most courteous treatment from your JOURNEYS travel guides and drivers. Burma is making new strides  toward democratization. You can expect a new spirit of inquiry, open discussion of political ideas and an appreciation for Americans who have encouraged political reform. Don't expect to be shocked, depressed or saddened.  Share your ideas about freedom, democracy, and society. Take away a sense of a beautiful, serene, people preserving their culture and dignity in a society tied to a long tradition of autocratic domination. We have been working with the same local representative and individual guides since 1987. Everyone who travels in Burma wishes their tour would last longer! Ask about new areas for hiking and nature experiences.

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