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In this extraordinary land, where people’s smiles welcome you everywhere, in the serene atmosphere of temples and in the noisy bazaars, you can find Asia, as it was years ago, untouched in its charming mysteries, mystical and full of contradictions.

The thousand glittering, golden stupas, plunged in the Mrauk U forest or in the new chaos of Yangon and Mandalay, mirror the deep religiousness of the Burmese, 85% of whom is Buddhist. But the Golden land is not just religion; it is, above all, an encounter with the several ethnical minorities (Myanmar is one of the richest country in ethnic groups and dialects) which, still nowadays, have kept their own traditions, languages and clothing.

 

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It is easy to meet people wearing the colorful clothes and the precious traditional jewels on market days, around the suggestive Inle Lake or in the town of Keng Tung, recently opened to tourism. Or, if you want just to relax in the sun, there are the white, beautiful, untouched and far from the crowd, beaches of Ngapali Beach, and Chaungtha.

The proposed tours are only a selection among the ones we can organize, according to your customer’s preferences so that they could choose their own ideal, ethnical or archaeological, naturalistic or simply holiday itinerary, adapting hotels and transport to the times and budget of each of them. The hotels we use are always among the best in every place, they are personally and continually inspected by our operators who, being trained in Europe, know the international standards perfectly.

 

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Our guides, all of them natives and consequently with a perfect knowledge of their country, speak English, French, Spanish and Italian. The means of transport range from airplanes, where the surface means are less adequate, to trains and boats (you cannot say to have been to Myanmar if you don’t try an “adventure’ tour by the local transport once at least) to cars (or vans) with air conditioning and driver. The best period to visit Myanmar is November to February, when the daily temperature ranges between 20 and 32 but it is cool at night and the sky is splendid thanks to the dry and clear air. In March and April the temperatures begin rising and from May to October the rainy season hits, especially, the southern area.