Having been through a long period staying away to the outside world, nowadays, Responsible Travel to Myanmar has been welcomed encouraged by the government of Myanmar to develop the community. Responsible travel is just the attitude you take while traveling. It is the respect and curiosity you pay to the culture, tradition, and custom of the country you visit. Responsible travel might also include the way you treat to the local people, their economies, and the environment.
Traveling to Myanmar with Go Myanmar Tours, we assist you to build your responsible travel in the land you set your foot on. In each of the destination, you visit, leave a light footprint, invest money in your trip directly to the local communities, and experience an authentic local life.
Our travel style including:

  • Get a first-hand experience with the friendly local to promote cross-cultural exchanging
  • Minimize the plastic use
  • If you like to keep your memory about Myanmar, we will help the local’s economy by purchase some of the unique souvenirs
  • Use public transportation (where possible)
  • Avoiding the exploitation of the vulnerable, like women, children, endangered species

Discover the different parts of our Responsible Travel as below:

Get an In-depth Cultural Experience

Culture and tradition experiences are always our main focus on every trip. We understand the more you learn, the more you will fall in love with this nation. Whenever you decide to take a Burma tour, let us be your companion and then we will take you to the untouched landscape to meet the friendly villagers to learn more about their way of life, their spirituality, and their work. What’s more to have a better insight into the people than trying doing their work, eating their food, sleep in their house if possible.

making umbrella in pathein village Myamar

Respect the Local Culture and Tradition

To promote positive and meaningful exchanges of our business, the local and our travelers in your trip, we help you to do this by respecting different cultures of up to 135 ethics in all destinations we travel to; respecting the ritual, tradition and the habits of the local communities; interacting with the local people to gain insight into the daily life of the local people; dressing appropriately; asking permission before taking photographs; forbidding of using drugs during our trip.

Burmese long neck women in Inle Lake

Supporting Local People & Community

In each of our trip, we attempt to work to maximize the benefit we make to the local people. To do this, we will:
Buy the local product in case we need rather than buying the imported products
If you love to keep the memory about Myanmar with you forever, pick up some unique souvenirs while traveling
Traveling with a local guide

Go myammar tours mission

Preserving the Environment

This is one of the most important tasks that we have been focused throughout 11 years doing in the tourism aspect in Myanmar. Traveling to the country, it is easy to realize the country landscape has still remain it very untouched and unspoiled. And that’s a precious treasure that we have to protect and preserve. To do this, we need:

  • Using local transport such as horse cart, boat, trishaw
  • Ensure not to contaminate the water resource
  • Minimize the use of the plastic bag
  • Do not touch to the fragile creature while observing it in the sanctuary or ocean

kakku pagoda


If you have a great interest in volunteering as well as the diverse culture and tradition of Myanmar. You have proficient skills of English and you want to do something meaningful in your trip, don’t hesitate to be our partner to do volunteer in Myanmar. By doing this, you will get so much fun and unforgettable experiences. You will spend time to do charity projects at schools and orphans centers to help the unprivileged children.