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14 Days, Yangon to Yangon

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As a relative newcomer to adventure travel, exploring the mysterious nation of Burma (also known as Myanmar) often feels like setting foot on a foreign, untouched planet. With few other t read more...
    • Think local transport—buses, taxis, trains the most colourful way to travel
    • Enjoy travelling with a like minded mix of couples, friends and solo travellers, from the world over
    • Like the idea of staying in character-rich accommodations that reflect the culture of the places you visit
What's Included
  • Overseas Medical Insurance for the duration of the tour (Sum of US$ 2,50,000 covered).
  • 13 nights accommodation with breakfast (Hotels (12 nts), simple guesthouse (1 nt)).
  • 13 Breakfasts, 1 Lunch
  • Internal flights
  • All transport between destinations and to/from included activities (Private bus, public bus, plane, boat, bicycle, walking).
  • Shwedagon Pagoda visit (Yangon).
  • Mandalay combo entry ticket (includes most sights in Mandalay).
  • Golden Rock visit.
  • Amarapura visit.
  • Sagaing visit.
  • Bagan Archaeological Zone guided tour.
  • Irrawaddy River boat trip.
  • Inle Lake boat tour including floating villages (half-day).
  • Shwemawdaw Stupa visit.
  • Mingun boat trip.
  • U Bein Bridge visit.
  • Mahagandayong Monastery visit.
  • Sagaing Hills Meditation Centre visit.
  • Mt Popa visit.
  • Hilltribe hike (half-day).
  • Services of Chief Experience Officer (CEO) throughout the tour, local guides.
Please ensure that you print a final copy of your trip details provided by Cox & Kings as pdf format.
Important Notes
We recommend you to have a meal budget of USD 250-350 for food and drinks which are not included in the programme.
Day 1 Arrive Yangon
Day 2 Yangon/Kyaiktiyo
Day 3 Kyaiktiyo/Mandalay
Day 4 Mandalay
Day 5 Mandalay
Day 6 Mandalay/Bagan
Day 7 Bagan
Day 8 Bagan
Day 9 Bagan/Kalaw
Day 10 Kalaw
Day 11 Kalaw/Inle Lake
Day 12 Inle Lake
Day 13 Inle Lake/Yangon
Day 14 Depart Yangon
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Places Visited
  • Yangon
  • Kyaiktiyo
  • Mandalay
  • Bagan
  • Kalaw
  • Inle Lake
  • DAY 1 Arrive Yangon

    Arrive at any time.
    Arrival Day and Welcome Meeting

    Tonight, the adventure begins. Feel free to explore - but make sure you're back in time to meet your group. After introductions, your CEO will review the details of your trip. (None (Meals on your own))

  • DAY 2 Yangon/Kyaiktiyo

    Visit the incredible Shwedagon Pagoda before hiking to Golden Rock for an overnight stay.

    Start the day with a visit to the famous golden stupa of the Shwedagon Pagoda, the "heart" of Buddhist Myanmar.

    Later, travel through the delta and over the Sittang River to Kyaikhtiyo. From Kinpun, the pilgrimage road runs 10km to the 1200m high pagoda on the famous Golden Rock. Take a typical Burmese passenger truck to a camp. Walk about one hour from here to the Golden Rock.

    At the summit, a simple but well located hotel awaits.

    Shwedagon Pagoda Visit
    Enjoy your visit to this gorgeous pagoda, which is believed to be 2,500 years old. The central stupa, glittering in the soft morning light, is surrounded by dozens of intricately decorated buildings and statues and is considered to be the symbol of Yangon.

    Private Vehicle
    Yangon - Kyaiktiyo 4h 180km
    Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

    Passenger truck
    Kyaiktiyo 45m 11km
    Hop in the this typically Burmese truck from the base camp village to the starting point of the hike.

    Golden Rock Hike Ascent
    Kyaiktiyo 1h 30m - 2h
    Hike up a steep and winding tar road. Pass local traditional medicine stalls and tea houses along the route. The final destination? The stunning Golden Rock and pagoda. (Breakfast)

  • DAY 3 Kyaiktiyo/Mandalay

    Return to Yangon and take an evening flight to Mandalay.

    Start the descent from Golden Rock in the early morning to retrace your steps back to Yangon. Catch an afternoon flight to Mandalay.

    Golden Rock Hike Descent
    Kyaiktiyo 1h 2km
    Hike back down from the top of this beautiful spot and take a few photos as you go.

    Passenger truck
    Kyaiktiyo 45m 11km
    Pile into the back and enjoy the ride to the next stop.

    Private Vehicle
    Kyaiktiyo - Yangon 4h 180km
    Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

    Yangon - Mandalay 1h 30m
    Land in the northern city of Mandalay and head to the hotel by private vehicle (about 1 hr). (Breakfast)

  • DAY 4 Mandalay

    Explore Mandalay's ancient temples and sights, like the Golden Monastery.

    Visit the famous Golden Monastery (Shwenandaw), the only building still standing from the one hundred plus that once stood on the palace grounds. From here, visit the Kuthodaw Pagoda and look at its 729 marble slabs displaying the entire Buddhist canon.

    After lunch, explore the Mahamuni Temple which houses the country's holiest Buddha image, the 3.5m tall Arakan Buddha, made of bronze and gold leaf.

    Later, visit the workshops of gold leaf and marble carvers. Opt to climb to the top of Mandalay Hill for a bird's eye view and a visit to the Shwe Kyin Monastery for sunset.

    Shwenandaw Kyaung (Golden Palace Monastery) Visit
    Originally part of the royal palace at Amarapura, Enjoy your visit to this stunning monastery, known as the "Golden Monastery," that was originally part of the royal palace at Amarapura. Admire its delicate wood carvings of Buddhist myths -- the monastery is a fantastic example of traditional Burmese architecture.

    Kuthodaw Pagoda Visit
    Mandalay Hill - Mandalay
    Visit this stunning pagoda with its gold and white buildings in a traditional Burmese style. Kuthodaw Pagoda is a Buddhist stupa that claims the honour of housing the world's largest book. A spiritually significant place for followers of Theravada Buddhism, this sight will be fascinating to all visitors regardless of religion.

    Mahamuni Pagoda (Buddha Temple) Visit
    Visit the 100-year-old legendary Arakan Buddha, which stands at 3.5m tall. Made of bronze and covered in gold leaf, this gorgeous Buddha is a major pilgrimage site. Gaze up at the stunning statue and learn more about the significance of this temple.

    Shwe Kyin Monastery Visit
    Enjoy a sunset visit to Shwe Kyin Monastery -- it's one of the oldest and most important monasteries in the country. Every evening, visitors can watch the novice monks in procession, chanting as they go. Later, opt to clear your mind by joining the monks in Meditation.

    Optional Activities
    Mandalay Hill Climb
    Mandalay Hill - Mandalay
    Enjoy the climb up this 240m (790ft) hill known for the plethora of pagodas and monasteries sitting atop it. Enjoy the view you've earned on the steep hike. Of course, if you prefer to save your energy, feel free to take the elevator to the top.


  • DAY 5 Mandalay

    Visit the nearby ancient royal capital of Amarapura. Opt to traverse the world's longest teak bridge. Visit the village of Mingun before returning to Mandalay.

    Head out in the morning to visit the former capital of Amarapura (Sanskrit for "Beautiful Town"). Walk over the worlds longest teak bridge, U Bein, and visit Sagaing Hill for fascinating views over the pagodas and monasteries dotting the landscape down to the Ayeyarwady River. In the afternoon travel by boat along the mighty Ayeyarwady River, enjoying sights of washerwomen, buffalo carts, and daily life along the riverbank. Visit the village of Mingun before returning to Mandalay for the evening.

    U Bein Bridge Walk
    Enjoy a walk on the U Bein Bridge, which is a 1km bridge in believed to be the oldest and longest teak bridge in the world. This bridge is still an important connection for the local people and is busiest during July and August when the lake is most full. Built from reclaimed wood from a royal palace, there are 1,086 pillars rising from the water, though, not all are original.

    Sagaing Hill Visit
    Covered with 600 white-painted pagodas and monasteries, Sagaing Hill is widely regarded as the religious center of Myanmar. It is home to 3,000 monks and 100 meditation centres. Visit pagodas such as Swan Oo Pon Nya Shin and U Min Thone Sae while in the area.

    Mandalay - Mingun 1h 10km
    Hop the boat to Mingun village for the 1 hr ride across. After, take the same route back to Mandalay (2 hrs roundtrip). (Breakfast)

  • DAY 6 Mandalay/Bagan

    Cruise down the Ayeyarwady River to ancient Bagan.

    Enjoy a slower pace as you travel by local public boat along the Ayeyarwady River, Myanmar's 'Super Highway'. Sightsee from the boat before arriving in Bagan.

    Ayeyarwady River Cruise
    Mandalay - Nyaung-U 177km
    Enjoy a relaxing day floating down the Ayeyarwady. Watch daily life unfold along the river as you cruise by, taking a well-deserved rest from the hustle and bustle of exploration.

    Mandalay - Nyaung-U 11h-13h Full Day
    Hop aboard and float on to the next stop.

    Private Vehicle
    Nyaung-U - Bagan 30m-1h
    Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle. (Breakfast)

  • DAY 7 Bagan

    Enjoy a packed day learning about the culture and history of this once great civilization. Visit ancient sites that host hundreds of temples and stupas. Visit the Nyaung Oo market.

    In the morning, wander through the marketplace of Nyaung Oo and get a glimpse of the lifestyle of the Burmese people. Next, visit Shwezigon Pagoda, the only golden pagoda in the Bagan area. Continue to the caves of Kyanzittha Umin.

    In Gubyaukgyi, a perfect Indian-style temple, view hundreds of frescoes illustrating stories of the Buddha. Finally, visit the huge Htilominlo Temple.

    In the afternoon, explore Manuha Temple before checking out the elaborate stone engravings at Nanpaya Temple.

    Head south to witness the beautiful Abeyadama Temple and finally the Lawkananda Pagoda, a landmark of Ayeyarwady fishermen.

    Visit traditional manufacturers of unique Bagan lacquerware and relax at one of the pagodas as the sun sets over Bagan.

    Nyaung Oo Marketplace
    Visit the colorful Nyaung Oo Market where, each day, the locals come to buy and sell fresh produce and other goods. It provides a window into everyday life in Bagan.

    Shwezigon Pagoda
    Visit this gorgeous pagoda that's thought to contain a bone and tooth of Gautama Buddha. The magnificent, circular, gold leaf stupa is surrounded by smaller temples and shrines, and the compound boasts a stone pillar with Mon language inscriptions.

    Htilominlo Temple Visit
    Enjoy your visit to this red brick temple, which is 46m (150ft) tall and known for its elaborate plaster moldings. Make sure to view the four Buddhas on the temple that face each direction.

    Manuha Temple Visit
    Explore this rectangular building well known for its three images of seated Buddhas and an image of Buddha entering Nirvana. It's one of the oldest temples in Bagan.

    Nanpaya Temple
    The Nanpaya Temple is one of four sandstone temples in the Bagan area. What makes it unique are the four pillars with stone reliefs of Brahma, the Hindu god of creation, carved onto them. You can still spot some original colour on the art today.

    Lawkananda Pagoda
    This charming pagoda is revered by local fisherman. Explore its lovely setting and look for the many small turtles living nearby. Lawkananda means "joy of the world" and contains a replica of a Buddha tooth relic.

    Bagan Lacquerware Manufacturers Visit
    Lacquerware is an art typical of Southeast Asia, originating in China. In Burma, the art form began around the 12th century in Bagan. Visit a shop to learn more about this intricate process and opt to pick up some gorgeous souvenirs for friends back home (or yourself). (Breakfast)

  • DAY 8 Bagan

    Enjoy a free day and continue your exploration of this gorgeous area or take some time to relax.

    If you plan to take a hot air balloon ride in Bagan, this is the best day to do it. Keep in mind this should be reserved in advance and the ballooning season is from Oct 1 to March 31 every year.

    Free Time
    BaganFull Day
    Enjoy some free time (Breakfast)

  • DAY 9 Bagan/Kalaw

    Drive to the cooler air of Kalaw, a former British hill station, visiting Mt Popa en route.

    Leave early to reach Kalaw. Journey through sun-parched plains sprinkled with Palmyra palms to the 'Mountain of Deities', Popa.

    Climb a staircase (about 20 mins) up the huge volcanic rock to see shrines for Nats (celestial spirits of Burmese mythology) and small temples dedicated to the Buddha. On the climb up, pass many food stalls and shops selling herbal remedies.

    Continue to Kalaw for the evening.

    Private Vehicle
    Bagan - Kalaw 8h 260km
    After two hours, stop for a visit to Mt Popa. Continue on for another six to reach Kalaw.

    Toddy Palm Farm Visit
    Learn more about this plant, which is important to Burma. It's also used to make palm wine.

    Mount Popa Visit
    Popa Hill
    Climb 20 mins to the top of this volcanic rock and learn more about the shrines for Nats (celestial spirits of Burmese mythology). On the climb up, pass many food stalls and shops selling herbal remedies. During the visit, you may witness many Burmese paying their respects to this sacred spot. (Breakfast)

  • DAY 10 Kalaw

    Stretch your legs with a hike through the scenic hills of Kalaw.

    Explore the countryside whilst enjoying the cooler air at 1320m above sea level. Pass through tea plantations, citrus groves and tribal villages.

    In the afternoon, enjoy free time to explore Kalaw's vibrant market or visit Aung Chan Tha Zedi, with its sparkling gold and silver glass mosaics, or the Hnee Pagoda with its 500-year-old bamboo Buddha.

    Kalaw Hike
    In the morning, transport up to the trailhead to commence the hike. Explore the countryside whilst enjoying the cooler air at 1320m above sea level. Pass through tea plantations, citrus groves and tribal villages. Opt to savour a scenic lunch before returning to Kalaw by early afternoon.

    Free Time
    Kalaw Afternoon
    Enjoy some free time.


  • DAY 11 Kalaw/Inle Lake

    Travel by bus to serene Inle, home to the Intha people and floating villages and gardens, stopping en route to visit the Pindaya Caves.

    Drive to Pindaya along an interesting route through the hills and across the Shan Plateau through fields of garlic, sesame, and vegetables, with many small Pa-O and Danu villages.

    Continue on to Nyaungshwe-the biggest village and former capital of the local Shan Kings at Inle Lake.

    Private Vehicle
    Kalaw - Pindaya 1h30m -2h
    Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

    Pindaya Caves Visit
    Visit the magnificent Pindaya Caves, set in a limestone ridge overlooking a picturesque lake. Look at the over 8000 thousand different types of Buddha images are on display. Take in the view of nearby Boutaloke Lake and the ruins of Shwe U Min Paya, a cluster of low stupas just below the ridge. Enjoy a visit to some local houses where families produce Shan paper and parasols.

    Private Vehicle
    Pindaya - Nyaungshwe 1h30m-2h30m
    Arrive to Nyuanshwe, the largest village in the Inle Lake area. (Breakfast)

  • DAY 12 Inle Lake

    Explore the lake by boat and visit some of its floating villages. Try to spot the famous Intha leg-rowers during the tour.

    Visit some of the intriguing floating villages and investigate the great Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda with its five holy Buddha images and the Inthien Pagoda complex.

    Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda Visit
    Inle Lake
    Visit the Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda monastery -- It's open to everyone, but only men are allowed to place a gold leaf on the images. Look through the shops selling traditional Shan and Burmese items.

    Boat Tour
    Inle Lake
    Jump in a boat and enjoy the ride on Inle Lake and its floating villages. Get a taste of the way of life in this unique location. (Breakfast)

  • DAY 13 Inle Lake/Yangon

    Fly back to Yangon for a final chance to explore and shop in the old capital.

    After breakfast, board a flight back Yangon. The afternoon is free to explore the markets and sights of Yangon with plenty of time for some last minute shopping before an optional final dinner together.

    Private Vehicle
    Nyaungshwe - Heho1h30km
    Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.

    Heho - Yangon1h
    Look! Up in the sky! It's a bird! It's a plane! It's... yup, it is a plane, actually.

    Private Vehicle
    Yangon International Airport - Yangon1h16km
    Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle. (Breakfast)

  • DAY 14 Depart Yangon

    Depart any time.


  • Meal basis

    As per itinerary - B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals


    If you have booked this trip or are curious about all of the details, you can download this trip's information as a PDF.

    Please ensure that you print a final copy of your Trip Details to review a couple of days prior to travel, in case there have been changes that affect your plans.

  1. We recommend you to have a meal budget of USD 250-350 for food and drinks which are not included in the programme.

  2. This programme is operated on a Coach tour. Maximum Group size is 15 passengers, at an average there are 12 passengers travelling on this tour.

  3. Itinerary descriptions are guaranteed with the exception of unforeseen conditions which include, but are not limited to, road closures due to weather, acts of God, safety concerns, changes to highway legal restrictions, and acts by third parties beyond the control of Service Provider.

  4. There is no refund for any non-utilization of any services.

  5. All holiday prices are subject to Govt. Service Tax of 5% payable to Govt of India.

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