Located off the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea, Myanmar is the largest country in mainland Southeast Asia and is steeped in both cultural history and natural biodiversity. Characterized by arid and rugged mountain ranges to the north, and fertile valleys with long-ranging river systems to the south; the geography of Myanmar lends itself perfectly to a wide variety of outdoor adventure activities to fit your style of exploration. For those looking to experience the hustle and bustle of city life, complete with delicious street food, intricate art, and ancient customs; the cultural complexity of Myanmar’s people makes for an unforgettable experience that you won’t find anywhere else on the planet.
Due to its location between the Equator and the Tropic of Cancer, Myanmar falls within the monsoon region of Asia, meaning that certain areas will receive large amounts of annual rainfall; however, this varies greatly between the dry regions to the north and the wet regions to the south. Daily average temperatures can also be divided in the same manner, although you can be sure that your trip will be met with warm weather, even if there is a spot of rain. Whether you are looking to take a scenic boat cruise, hike up to ancient monasteries, float amongst the clouds in a hot air balloon, or experience the masterful skill of the Inthar fishermen at Inle Lake; there are so many amazing reasons to explore the spectacular landscapes and cultures that can be found within Myanmar. Check out these awesome tours below.Read More
- Discover what makes Myanmar so unique, naturally and culturally
- Visit Inle Lake with floating markets and fishing villages
- Tour the cities of Yangon, Bagan, and the lesser-known Kalaw