Myanmar is a complex country struggling to find its identity, which makes it an enthralling tour destination! Our bike, boat and train journey takes us through the most picturesque parts of this country that has been shrouded in mystery for too long.
From the natural beauty of Inle Lake and the intrigue of the communities that inhabit it, to the scenic views of the Shan Hills, to the ancient ruins of Bagan and a different perspective from the waters of the Irrawaddy, this is a trip that takes in a diverse range of landscapes and includes some amazing riding. This tour is the ultimate way to immerse yourself in the culture, traditions, and cuisine of Myanmar and a unique opportunity to learn from natives why they remain hopeful for a peaceful and prosperous future. Experience the beauty of Myanmar by bike!
208 Km riding. You can expect to be on a range of paved roads and unpaved, hard-packed roads with a good rolling surface. The key element to the route is that it is low on traffic which is important in a developing country. We ride through villages, away from the noise and the fumes. Of course, with the weather, what it is and the country in a state of rapid development, the condition of any road can change quickly, but we have detailed knowledge and can always re-route for an optimal ride experience.
Glimpse the one-leg fishermen and floating communities on a boat ride around Inle Lake.
After a train ride into the Shan Hills, cycle back to the lake with views of rolling green valleys below.
Take in the sunset from the top of Mount Popa, a sacred pilgrimage site with killer views.
Pedal through the mystical pagodas of Bagan and stop at some significant temples.
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WHAT MAKES US STAND OUT
On this tour, we have done our best to give you a comprehensive look at the heart and soul of Myanmar, with a visit to the capital city of Yangon, a thorough exploration of Inle Lake and the Shan Hills by bike, then a tour of captivating Bagan and the Irrawaddy. Along the way, you’ll cycle quiet roads away from traffic with some of the best sights and have the chance to participate in cultural activities as well as a couple of relaxing boat rides. This is by far the best way to discover this diverse country, by bike.