Whether it is a sunrise balloon flight over Bagan’s iconic temples or a visit to an elephant sanctuary, Myanmar offers experiences that you will remember for a lifetime. Choose the unknown and explore this magical country with us.
Taste Myanmar's first wine
Enjoy a sunrise balloon flight
Bathe with rescued elephants
Experience exquisite lotus silk production
Visit an isolated village
Embark on nail-biting train trip
Our Myanmar Adventure
Let us show you Myanmar from its most beautiful side, taking the less traveled road and immersing ourselves into the local culture. From staggering golden temples to colorful street markets and isolated island communities, you will discover the country from an insider’s perspective by getting to know local people and their way of living.
Nail-biting train trips, traditional longtail riverboats, and an exclusive balloon flight will allow you to understand and explore this magical country truly.
Between February and May is the hottest period in the country. The rainy season is generally from May to October.
- Inle Lake
- Inle Lake
Elephant Care Center
At TripLegend, we are dedicated to protecting and supporting wildlife in every way we can. As the name “wildlife” indicates, wild animals cannot be “controlled” without cruel taming practices. In Myanmar, we will visit the country’s first international certified center for elephant care, where we will have the opportunity to experience the beauty of these animals up close. In doing so, we support an excellent initiative that has put the wellbeing of these ‘retired’ elephants into the center.
Local Partner School
We believe that education is an essential part of everyone’s life. With our trips, we not only want to visit a country but also want to have a positive impact there. As an integral part of our Myanmar trip, we will visit our partner school. Before arriving there, we will get some school supplies from the local stationery shop, like exercise booklets, pens, and more and then head to the school for a personal handover. We are convinced that education changes lives, that’s why we support it!
Generally speaking, yes, Myanmar is a safe destination to visit. However, it is advised that you have full and comprehensive travel insurance as the quality of medical care can be quite basic in case of an accident.
There are some road safety issues like dodgy pavements, pot-holes, and chaotic traffic patterns, so be careful when walking, cycling or driving. Under no circumstances, drink the tap water. Make sure the water you buy is in a sealed bottle or boiled for tea.
Our tour guide knows the country and its practices well and will steer clear of any dangerous situations at all times.
Myanmar has not been badly affected by the pandemic, and there are very few cases across the country. You can check the current situation here.