This 10 night package specially designed for family travel, covers all the key cities including activities to give children a different perspective on life.

Multi-day Tour Myanmar Family Adventure
Destination Myanmar
City Yangon
Stops at Yangon, Mandalay, Bagan, Kalaw, Inle Lake
Finishes at Yangon
Duration 11 Days / 10 Nights

Tour Schedule

Guaranteed Departure applies As soon as a family are booked on this tour.

NOTE: This tour is based on 2 Adults and 2 Children.


Day 1: Yangon

Arrive in Yangon and transfer to your hotel.

Day 2: Yangon (B, D)
Visit Shwedagon Pagoda, walk through the back streets of Yangon to view family life and attend a Burmese puppetry show.

Day 3: Yangon – Mandalay (B, L)

Transfer to Yangon Airport for a flight to Mandalay. Visit Paleik Snake Temple, travel by boat to Mingun, meet children at a local monastic school and orphanage, take a horse cart ride around Ava and admire U-Bein Bridge.

Day 4: Mandalay – Bagan (B)

Rise early and cycle through the back lanes – pass through produce markets and local neighbourhoods. Later, transfer to Mandalay Airport for a flight to Bagan.

Day 5: Bagan (B, L)

Enjoy a temple exploration in Minnanthu followed by a special picnic lunch. After which, cycle through some of Bagan’s more iconic sites. End the day with a boat ride on the Ayeyarwady River.

Day 6: Bagan (B, L)

Embark on a jeep safari ride to the outer surrounds of Bagan – visit local villages and meet a few families. The afternoon is spent at leisure.

Day 7: Bagan – Kalaw (B, L)

Transfer to Bagan Airport for a flight to Heho and a drive to Kalaw. Hike through the jungle in search of monkeys and visit a private Elephant Conservation Camp that helps to protect elephants in their natural habitat.

Day 8: Kalaw – Inle Lake (B)

Visit the bustling Kalaw morning market. Later, board a scenic slow train bound for Nyaung Shwe.

Day 9: Inle Lake (B, L)

Travel by boat to Indein village, explore the area then be welcomed into a family home for a traditional Burmese meal. After lunch, continue sightseeing on the lake.

Day 10: Inle Lake (B, L)

Today, trek to Pa O village and interact with the locals and children at the village school. Enjoy a traditional Pa O lunch before an afternoon walk.

Day 11: Inle Lake – Yangon (B)

Transfer to Heho Airport for a flight to Yangon where tour arrangements end.

Terms & Conditions

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