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Myanmar, also known as Burma, is one of the most majestic cycling tour destinations of Southeast Asia, with a rich culture newly opened up to the world. Cycle tour through the legendary, pagoda-filled plains of Bagan or pedal around the shores of Inle Lake and experience hearty food, friendly people, and breathtaking scenery. The old world charm and beauty of Myanmar is best experienced on a cycle tour.
Myanmar is The Land of Pagodas thanks to the many Buddhist temples, stupas, and pagodas that dot its landscape.
Spend a day on a boat around Inle Lake as you glimpse the traditional one-leg fishermen.
Visit the world’s largest teakwood bridge for a beautiful sunset view.
Go back in time as you witness rural village life and immerse yourself in Burmese culture.
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Ride a bike from Inle Lake through the Shan hills, the heartland of Myanmar, then up along the Ayerawaddy (Irrawaddy) River to Bagan.
Add variety with some light kayaking and boating, and get face to face with the friendly locals!
7 days | 6 nights
| KM | 1590 USD
Cycle through the remnants of an ancient city and the flat central plain of Myanmar between the country's second largest city and its most important heritage location.
3 days | 2 nights
| KM | 660 USD
*Formerly Inle, Bagan & the Irrawaddy: Explore enchanting Inle Lake by bike & boat, then pedal through unblemished countryside riding from the Shan Hills to Bagan, home to a mind-boggling collection of pagodas, then onward to Salay.
9 days | 8 nights
| KM | 2650 USD
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Cycle on quiet back roads through the iconic Bagan plains, switch gears to climb sandy hills and make your way around Inle Lake. Small trails will allow you to explore the dry zone communities, as you catch a glimpse of the traditional way of life in the Burmese countryside. Pedal through tea country, bamboo villages, or the flatlands of Bagan where you’ll stop at significant Buddhist temples along the way.Find out more about traveling in Myanmar with our Myanmar Travel GuideMyanmar Travel Guide
Take your bike off road for beautiful rural scenes, or look up as you glide down from hills into the bustling Irrawaddy basin. Wind around mystical mountains topped with white and gold stupas, or enjoy the birdlife by the tranquil waters of Inle Lake. Park your bike and take some photos! Visit the volcanic Mt. Popa for awesome sunset views before pedaling through the magic of the Bagan plains. Myanmar is unlike anything you’ve ever seen and is sure to arouse your sense of wonder as you look up from your bike to marvel at the sights around you.
As tourism has been discouraged until recently, the traditional Burmese way of life remains intact. Cycle through villages where the locals still live according to their ancient ways, or catch a glimpse of the fishermen of Inle Lake who have mastered their craft- on one leg! Visit local markets, try out tea picking, explore the riverside colonial town of Salay, or park your bike to sample some noodles and local specialties. Burmese culture is so foreign and un-westernized, there will be lots of discoveries in store for the adventurous cyclist.
Our experienced Grasshopper tour guides are equipped with the knowledge to show you the hidden beauty of Myanmar. Ride with ease knowing that our team is taking care of the details to make your journey as comfortable as possible. Now saddle up and take a look!
The sounds, sights and smells of Myanmar were a joy and never to be forgotten. Phyo was an excellent guide who ensured we saw the beauty of the land and explained the history and culture of many different sites in an eloquent fashion … There are not really enough adjectives to describe the memorable, amazing experience we had, encapsulated by the fantastic organisation of Grasshopper Tour
Spark your interest in Myanmar with a look at our Youtube channel, complete with clips from past tours and other cycling inspiration.
Our Myanmar shop first opened in 2012 in Mandalay with a small team and has since grown to include a Bagan shop and our newest shop based in the Inle Lake area, an emerging travel hotspot. Myanmar is also our youngest team but possibly the most enthusiastic. From mechanics to shop supervisors, they all 'warmly welcome' you to Myanmar and go the distance to make sure you have a great holiday.
Our guides are a mix of freelance and full-time, some of whom have been with us since day one, and are full of knowledge about their country. If you are joining a multiple day tour you will also have the chance to meet our drivers who not only ensure you never go thirsty but also are masters at preparing snack breaks of local delights along the tour.
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