In the decade that has passed since Myanmar opened its doors to the outside world, localised conflict and stagnated reforms have done little to implement the hope of change that the new democracy promised.

This extraordinary country needs light-footed, thoughtful tourism now more than ever and we urge you to visit and see for yourselves what makes Myanmar and its people so truly extraordinary.

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the insider experience

  • Unparallelled access to highly influential academics based in Yangon with the ‘what really happened’ story to tell

  • Exclusive boat charters for larger groups of friends and family

  • Specialist cultural journeys from North to South alongside leading historians to fully understand the complex history of Myanmar

myanmar highlights


Best viewed from the air at sunrise to fully appreciate over 2000 temples and stupas that pepper the land.

Irrawaddy River

Drift along the country’s longest river that flows from the North to the Andaman Sea passing rural villages that cannot be easily accessed from land

Lake Inle

A shimmering haven nestled in the Shan Hills where fishermen and lotus weavers practice their trade using age-old methods passed down through generations

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