Proceed from Yangon, experience your mind-blowing luxury Burma tour package through the most popular attractions throughout the county such as Bagan, Inle Lake, Mt. Popa, Bago etc. A stunning boat trip, unusual horse cart, and the holy Buddha relic up to 777 steps, all are waiting for you to discover!
 

Duration: 8 days/7 nights
Start/End: Yangon/Yangon
Tour route: Yangon – Golden Rock – Bago – Inle Lake – Kalaw – Red Mountain – Bagan – Mt Popa – Yangon
Tour Date: Not fixed. Up to your schedule
Tour Customizable: Absolutely! (Tell us your specific requirement in the inquiry form)
Tour Highlights:

  • Explore the land of golden temples during 8-day tour
  • Soak up the bustling atmosphere in the local markets including Bogyoke Aung San, Nyaung U and so on
  • Gain the magnificent view from the top of the Mt Popa
  • Get an insight into the architecture, art, and history of Myanmar in each destination you pass
  • Enjoy the most breathtaking sunset in Bagan, Inle Lake, and Red Mountain

Brief Itinerary:
Day 1: Yangon – Golden Rock
Day 2: Golden Rock – Bago – Yangon (B)
Day 3: Heho – Inle Lake (B)
Day 4: Inle Lake – Kalaw (B)
Day 5: Inle Lake -Red Mountain (B)
Day 6: Inle – Bagan (B)
Day 7: Bagan – Mt.Popa (B)
Day 8: Bagan – Yangon Departure (B)

 
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Day 1: Yangon – Golden Rock

Mingalaba! Welcome to Myanmar!

Welcome by our tour guide in Yangon and then take a scenic drive to reach Golden Rock for 5 hours. As you arrive at Golden Rock base camp, move to the transit conjunction where a small open truck is waiting to transfer you to the Pagoda. Marvel at the fantastic location of the Golden Rock and enjoy the fabulous view as you reach the top of the mountain. Here your guide will introduce you about the legend of the sacred pagoda. Overnight in Golden Rock.

Myanmar Golden Rock

Day 2: Golden Rock – Bago – Yangon (B)

Be an early bird this morning to behold the sunrise time around the hill. Spend time to stroll through the area near your hotel before the driver transfers you to the base camp for a trip to Bago – former capital of Mon Kingdom. Hit the local market upon arrival at the city. Next, gaze out at Shwemawdaw Pagoda – an impressive pagoda dating back a thousand year ago. From there proceed to Shwe Tha Lyaung Pagoda to admire the reclining Buddha – one of the most outstanding Buddha statue of Myanmar. Later, return to Yangon and stop for a short visit at Allied War Memorial Cemetery along your way back.

Shwemawdaw Pagoda in Bago

Day 3: Heho – Inle Lake (B)

Following your breakfast in the morning by a domestic flight to Heho airport. Upon arrival, drive to Nyaungshwe where you will proceed to discover the picturesque Inle Lake. Take a stunning boat trip from Nyaung Shwe Boat Jetty to pass through the imposing mountains, stilt houses, and scenic floating gardens. Stop at Shwe Yan Pyay Monastery to see the collection of carving and Buddha images. Next, continue rowing around the lake and you will have a great opportunity to meet the Intha people and learn about their unique farming and rowing methods. Head to Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda – one of the main attraction on the Inle Lake that is well-known for 5 gilded Buddha images. Afterward, gaze out at Nga Phe Kyaung Monastery – a beautiful monastery built on stilt and then return to your hotel in Nyaung Shwe.

Phaung Daw Oo Monastery-The holiest religious site in southern Shan State

Day 4: Inle Lake – Kalaw (B)

This morning take a drive to Kalaw – a poetic town surrounded by hills and pine forests. Enjoy the majestic scenery along you way before you reach the town. Kalaw used to know as a British Hill station with pleasant temperature all year around. Follow your tour guide and wander around the charming town to observe the local life in every step you pass, head to the lively market and witness the daily trading of the people and enjoy some authentic local food.

the colorful field in Kalaw

Day 5: Inle Lake – Red Mountain (B)

Spend the whole morning of day 5 to explore the lake’s shore with a first visit to the local market where you will hear vibrant sounds of buyers bargaining in front of the vendors and stalls. Continue your morning sightseeing to the eastern shore of the lake to reach the villages of the Pa-Oh and Inthar people. Along your way, you will meet Buddhist nún and monks return from their alms. If you wish, it is available to walk to the meditation center in the mountain. Then highlight your sightseeing with a visit to the Red Mountain where is home to the first Myanmar vineyards and wineries. Here you will have an opportunity to learn about the process of growing grapes in the hill and then taste the wines in the restaurant. Overnight in Inle Lake.

Red Mountain Estate Vineyard and Winery

Day 6: Inle – Bagan (B)

Say goodbye to Inle Lake this morning for a flight to Bagan – the dreamland of every visitors. Hit the local Nyaung Oo Market – the main bazaar in the region to get a glimpse at the daily life in the region. Then ready for a temple tour in the rest of the day to discover the art and architecture masterpiece of Bagan. Your destinations include Shwezigon Pagoda where is known to be built to enshrine one of the four replica of the Buddha’s tooth, Ananda Temple – one of the most beautiful religious construction in Bagan, That Byin Byu Temple – an ancient temple dating back to the 12th century, Dhammayan Gyi Temple, constructed by King Narathu, and Gubyauk Gyi Pagoda. Fulfill your Bagan temple trip with a visit to Shwesandaw Stupa to marvel at 5 terraces topped with a cylindrical stupa. Climb up to the top of the temple to catch the fantastic sunset. Overnight in Bagan.

Dhamayangyi Gyi Temple in Bagan

Day 7: Bagan – Mt.Popa (B)

An amazing day as you take a 30-minute drive to the spectacular Mt Popa – an impressive extinct volcano where you will have a chance to challenge yourself as you climb up to 777 steps to reach the top of the mountain. Before conquering the mountain, head to the ancient village of Salay. Spend time to learn more about the monastic life, Burmese Buddhism and the unique architecture. Also, head to the oldest wooden hall in the region – Salay Yoke SoneKyaung Monastery. Later, drive toward the east to reach Mt Popa to admire crazy statues and monkeys along your walkway. Enjoy the gorgeous panoramic view of the area as you reach the top.

Salay Yoke SoneKyaung Monastery

Day 8: Bagan – Yangon Departure (B)

Take a flight back to Yangon this morning after your breakfast at the hotel. Visit Chauk Htat Gyi Pagoda – home to the giant 66 meters long reclining Buddha image as you arrive at the city. Remark your trip in Yangon with a visit to the Shwedagon Pagoda – the legend construction in Myanmar which is made from 11 tons of pure gold. Next, indulge in the vibrant atmosphere of Bogyoke Aungsan Market where is a paradise of souvenirs such as gems, handicrafts, foods, and clothes etc. In the afternoon, transfer to Yangon Airport to take a flight to your departure. Trip ends. We hope that you have experienced a memorable time in Myanmar!

Yangon Bogyoke Aung San Market

What’s Included?

  • 7-Night accommodation with breakfast
  • All transfer and sightseeing by private air-conditioned car
  • 3 Domestic flight (Yangon– Inle Lake –Bagan-Yangon)
  • Private boat ride in Inle Lake & Mingun
  • All entrance fees & all zone fees
  • Experienced English speaking local tour guide in each city
  • Government tax & Service charges

What’s Excluded?

  • Meals & Drinks (Lunch & Dinner)
  • 10 US$ for international airport tax
  • Visa arrangement and services

Other personal expenses.
Notes:
Please be aware that hotels and all other logistics, services and days of travel are subject to availability. Where flights are canceled or delayed Go Myanmar Tour will endeavor to secure alternative arrangements of similar value as noted in our booking conditions.
The traveling times mentioned within this dossier are approximations only. These times will vary according to weather, road, traffic or any other prevailing conditions.
This itinerary and supplementary information has been compiled in good faith and was accurate at the time of writing. However, it DOES NOT form part of a contract between the client and Go Myanmar Tours.