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Myanmar and Nepal Tour

Myanmar and Nepal Tour

Myanmar and Nepal tours

Neighbor of two big giants India and China, Myanmar shares border with Thailand, Laos and Bangladesh also. An old British colony in the past suffered from many conflicts and one of the major battle grounds of World War II. Mainly a homeland for Buddhist people and still have significant number of Christians and Hindus. This country is very famous for its scenery, lakes, rivers and culture of the people.

Major attractions
Visit places listed in world heritage sites including famous temples, palace complex, stupas in Kathmandu.Archeological cluster of Pagan with more than 2200 temples. The world famous golden Shwedagon Pagoda.Inle Lake, the landscape of floating villages and gardens.Visit places listed in world heritage sites including famous temples, palace complex, stupas in Kathmandu.

Best season to go
Throughout the air but rainy season June-August considered little uncomfortable as it rains many days and temperatures quiet high.

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Trip Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival to Rangoon and transfer to your hotel. Meet and greet your guide /representative and transfer to your hotel.  Depend on hours of arrival and hotel you can take a downtown heritage tour to observe remaining of the colonial buildings or take a rest in the hotel.

Day 2: Sightseeing Yangoon and flight to Mandalay. Visit the golden Shwedagon pagoda, 99m tall, most sacred Buddhist pagoda in Myanmar which was constructed between 6th and 10th century. Later visit the Karaweik Hall, a palace on the eastern shore of Kandawgyi Lake and take a flight to Mandalay.

Day 3: Mandalay sightseeing. Take a boat trip to Irrawaddy River to the rural village of Mingun. Visit the old capital Amarapura and watch the sunset over U Bein Bridge, the longest teak bridge in the world, which is constructed 1200 meters of hand built teaks. Visit the historic Mahagandayon monastery.

Day 4: Sightseeing Mandalay. Trip to Maymyo, the summer capital of colonial British Burma. Afternoon visit to the Mahamuni temple, revered as the holiest pagoda in the Mandalay, built in 1784. Later visit to Mandalay hill considered as a holy mount since long time, has a magnificent view of the city and countryside.

Day 5-6: Take a cruise down to Pagan and sightseeing of Pagan. Cruise down the Irrawaddy River to Pagan. Pagan is the ancient capital of Pagan kingdom from 9th to 13th centuries. One of the spectacular archeological site with more than 4000 temples. Visit to beautiful and historically significant sites such as the Damayarzaka, Shweugyi and Thabyinnyu pagodas. Other highlights include Shwesandaw pagoda, which offers panoramic views of the surrounding temples, and the intricate Mahayana Buddhist mural paintings at Gubyukggyi and Abeyadana temples.

Day 7: Visit to Mount Popa. Take a drive heading southeast from Pagan to Burma’s famous volcano Mount Popa. Discover Popa and visit to PopaTaunkalat Monastery, constructed on a mountain slopes, is accessible making 777 steps.

Day 8: Flight to Heho and visit Inle Lake. Short flight to Heho and drive to Inle Lake.A landscape of floating villages.Inle Lake is the second largest lake in Myanmar with area of more than 115 sq. kms. Take a sightseeing trip of the floating villages and gardens on a long-tailed boat, where you can see even cultivation of tomato in the lake.

Day 9: sightseeing of Inle Lake. Trek to ethnic minority villages Kayan on the shanplateu. Interact with locals. This place also famous for Burma’s renowned sapphires and rubies.

Day 10: Drive to Heho and Flight to Rangoon. Take a short drive to Heho and take a flight to Rangoon. Afternoon free, discover on your own and prepare for departure to another destination.

Day 11: Bid farewell to Burmese team and your new friends and transfer to airport for the final departure. Arrival in Kathmandu, meet and greet by our guide/representative in Kathmandu airport and transfer to your hotel.

Day12 : Sightseeing of Kathmandu valley including Swoyambhunathstupa also popular by the name monkey temple among the foreigners overlooks Kathmandu. One of the popular Buddhist temple visited by local peoples in the morning time.Kathmnadu Durbar square, located in heart of Kathmandu actually is an old palace complex full of temples including KumariGhar, Kalbhairav temple and old courtyards like Nasal chok and Lohanchok.
Afternoon visit to Patan Durbar Square including old palace by mallas, temples and old courtyards, golden temple, one of the popular monastery of patan where the priest of the temple is a small boy and Kumbheswor temple, only temple with five roofs in Patan.

Day 13: sightseeing of Kathmandu valley including Boudhanath, the biggest stupa of south Asia and one of the biggest of the world. Pashupatinath, one of the popular hindu pilgrimage shrine located on the bank of bagmati river where they do cremation of the dead bodies.
Afternoon visit to Bhaktapur Durbar square including old palace complex with fifty five windowed palace, statue of BhupatindraMalla, the giant bell, Nyatpole temple in Taumadhi square and Dattraya temple.

Day 14: Bid farewell to Kathmandu team and transfer to Kathmandu airport to take a flight to home or next destination.


Price Includes:

  • Hotels according to itineraries on twin sharing basis with breakfast
  • Local English-speaking tour guides
  • All private transfers according to group size
  • All entrance fee according to the itineraries

Price Excludes:

  • International airfares calculated separately
  • Tips, gratuities and expense of personnel nature
  • Nepal visa fee
  • Whatever not included in included section

Myanmar visa is available online and foreigners are allowed to stay 28 days after entering Myanmar. The visa fee can be paid online by credit cards. Nepal visa is available in the airport for most of the countries.