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Myanmar: Temples & Trails

As doors open on this truly unique country, Myanmar does not disappoint in its presentation of a nation at a pivotal turning point in history. Visit some of the enchanting temples of Bagan – including the 12th-century Dhammayangyi Temple, the city’s largest. Do not miss this opportunity to become a truly intrepid explorer; discovering a world lost to tourist for decades.

  • 13 Days
  • Activity Level: Easy / Moderate
  • Daily Mileage: 12 - 31 mi
  • Daily Biking: 2 - 4 hr
  • Small Groups: 20
  • Biking Activity
  • Ideal for energetic beginners to more experienced riders.
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Myanmar: Temples & Trails

“This is Burma and it is unlike any land you know about.” So said Myanmar’s most famous chronicler, Rudyard Kipling, and more than a century later, his assessment still holds true. Your journey spotlights the cooler, northern climates of Kalaw, where we cycle on hand-selected routes . . . unspoiled Inle Lake, where farms and markets literally float on the placid waters . . . and expansive Bagan, scattered with nearly 2,000 antique temples. You will explore it in the most intimate way possible, by bike and also by foot and boat. Here is a rare opportunity to discover a land that for half a century was closed to foreigners, but now thrives in the intermingling of Eastern and Western cultures.

Cultural Highlights

  • Take something more than just souvenirs and memories from Inle Lake, where you’ll learn how to source and cook food in the genuine Inthar-style with a professional chef
  • Travel by private boat with a life-long ornithologist into the mangroves and floating gardens of Inle Lake, seeking out exotic and colorful birdlife
  • Help Burmese mahouts feed and bathe retired timber elephants at a unique facility set up to ensure their good care
  • Soar in a hot air balloon over Bagan’s thousand year old pagodas during an optional sunrise champagne flight
  • Join a sunset wine tasting at Red Mountain Winery
  • Admire Myanmar’s traditional artisanship as we visit silversmiths, silk weavers and paper makers
  • Witness the panorama of Bagan and its temples on an Irrawaddy River sunset cruise
  • Experience the gentle kindness of native Burmese and the diverse, traditional, hill-tribe cultures

What To Expect

This tour offers mostly easier terrain, with the occasional rolling hill, and is well suited to the regular recreational cyclists. Ride distances are relatively short, but road conditions and warm temperatures may place additional demands. Two-thirds of our rides are on sealed roads, with one-third on packed sand tracks where our mountain bikes provide a stable ride. Our days start early to avoid the afternoon heat and provide optimum cycling comfort.

Average Daily Mileage: 12 – 31 miles
Average Biking Time: 2 – 4 hours

Climate Information

Average High/Low Temperature (°F) – Bagan
Jan 82°/59°  Feb 87°/62°  Mar 95°/69°  Oct 86°/76°  Nov 84°/70° Dec 81°/64°

Average Precipitation (in.) – Bagan
Jan .1   Feb .3   Mar .6   Oct 9   Nov 2   Dec .6

What’s Included:

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  • 9 nights in 3- and 4-star resorts
  • ALL 27 meals—9 breakfasts, 9 lunches, 9 dinners

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  • Roundtrip international airfare
  • 12 nights: 10 nights in 3- and 4-star resorts and two nights in flight
  • 28 meals—10 breakfasts, 9 lunches, 9 dinners
  • Transfers
  • The option to add our Low-Cost Trip Extensions: Pre-trip: Yangon—2 nights for only $295. Post-trip: Bagan to Mandalay on the Irrawaddy—2 nights for only $845

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DAY 1: Depart from home

Depart from home and travel to Myanmar. The particulars of your arrival are detailed with your flight itinerary.

DAY 2: Arrive in Yangon

Upon arrival in Yangon, claim your luggage and clear customs. Your VBT representative will be holding a VBT sign and will help you transfer to your Yangon hotel.

VBT provides you with City Information that includes recommendations on what to see and do in Yangon during your stay.

Hotel: Kandawgyi Palace Hotel

DAY 3: Meet Trip Leaders / Fly to Heho / Cycle to Pindaya

VBT No-Air Package guests:  Please plan to arrive at the Kandawgyi Palace Hotel by 6 a.m. If you are unable to arrive before 6 a.m., please contact the hotel on the day the tour begins to let them know when you will arrive. The hotel will pass the message on to your Trip Leaders.

VBT Air Package and Pre-Extension guests: Enjoy an early breakfast before meeting one of your Trip Leaders in the hotel lobby for departure to the airport at 6 am. Taking modesty into account, you should be dressed for cycling and/or have what you need for riding in your hand luggage.

All guests transfer to the airport and join the 90-minute flight to Heho, gateway to the Shan State. On arrival, you meet your second Trip Leader and transfer through this sleepy town to a quiet road to start our ride. The leaders will conduct a riding and safety orientation followed by a quick bike fitting. Then you’re on your bikes! You’ll have your first look at rural life, passing village schools, roadside shops and a patchwork of crops being tended by working farm families. At 4,000 feet above sea level, the climate is cooler and drier here, and we stop along our route to enjoy snacks and take in marvelous views.

You’ll arrive in Pindaya for a late lunch at the charming Green Tea Restaurant. There is time this afternoon, if you wish, to visit the eye-catching Golden Cave, for which the town is well-known. Your accommodations for the night are simple but pleasant, with a caring team of hosts. You’ll dine in the inn’s restaurant before retiring to the comfort of our cottages.

Hotel: Pindaya Inle Inn
Meals: B, L, D
Daily Options: 15 or 21 miles (24 or 34 km)

DAY 4: Pindaya to Kalaw

Enjoy your breakfast, including options such as fresh-baked croissants, farm-fresh eggs and local fruits. You may want to take a little stroll around Pone Taloke Lake this morning.

Your destination today is Kalaw, once settled by the British as a hill station during colonial times. The cool climate attracted the British away from the lowlands, and their influence is still evident in much of the town’s architecture. Today, Kalaw is populated by a diverse range of peoples, including members of the Pa Oh and Paluang hilltribes, and even some descendants of Nepalese Gurkhas.

You’ll take a short shuttle out of Pindaya, avoiding a steady climb, and then cycle to Aungban, arriving in Kalaw in time for lunch.

Your accommodations are within pleasant walking distance to the center of Kalaw, which features a curious market offering everything under the sun. Dinner tonight is at your hotel.

Hotel: Kalaw Heritage Hotel
Meals: B, L, D
Daily Options: 19 miles (30 km)

DAY 5: Kalaw / Elephant Rehabilitation Center /Forest Trek

You’ll travel for an hour by van on the Mandalay road to Green Hill Valley, where you’ll visit an Elephant sanctuary. If the weather is dry, you’ll stop short of Green Hill Valley, to meet our trekking guide and walk for about 90 minutes into the sanctuary. Watch for butterfly, native birds and orchids as we walk.

Founded in 2011 by a family with a long history of working with elephants in the timber industry, the sanctuary is dedicated to caring for retired elephants who are no longer fit to work. Visitors are encouraged to participate with the usual feeding and bathing of the animals, under the guidance of mahouts who care for them. Learn about these smart and fun-loving animals from Ba, the resident veterinarian, then return to Kalaw for some free time this afternoon.

Hotel: Kalaw Heritage Hotel
Meals: B, L, D
Daily Options: non-riding day

DAY 6: Kalaw to Inle / Shan Hills / Indein / Inle Lake

You’ll shuttle 30 minutes out of Kalaw to a scenic point where we start our ride, observing the beauty of Myanmar as countless photographers have captured it. Riding on a quiet road through the Shan Hills towards Inle Lake, you’ll pass oxen carts, patchwork fields being worked by hand, and school children who are fascinated by your bikes. Inle is Myanmar’s second largest lake and a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. At almost 3,000 feet above sea level and with a cooler climate, it boasts exceptional flora and fauna. There are also some 200 villages on or around the lake where we will enjoy fascinating glimpses of local life. You’ll catch your first view of the lake as you start a steady descent. While there are a few short hills to manage today, your reward is the beautiful view.

You’ll arrive in the lakeside town of Indein. Shwe Indein Pagoda features the longest covered walkway in the country, and includes countless pagodas. You’ll have a late lunch in a local restaurant.

Along the lake, if you’re not biking, you’re traveling by private boat. From Indein it’s a 45-minute journey by waterways to your lakeside accommodations, with fascinating views of lakeside life along the way.

You may wish to use the spa facilities, or watch the sun set over the lake as you enjoy a cool drink. Dinner tonight is in your resort’s dramatic dining room.

Hotel: Inle Resort & Spa
Meals: B, L, D
Daily Options: 22 miles (35 km)

DAY 7: Bird watching / Cooking class / Winery visit & tasting

Today you’ll join a keen-eyed ornithologist friend for a morning bird-watching excursion along the lake. Altogether, 255 woodland birds and 90 wetland birds have been spotted at Inle sanctuary areas. Keep your eyes open for the rare Jerdon’s Bushchat, the Glossy Ibis, and others.

In late morning, stop along the lake at the inspiring Inthar Heritage House, a non-profit organization dedicated to cultural preservation. Among its varied contributions are a permanent home for the pedigree Burmese cat; a gallery for local artists; and a restaurant and cooking school that promotes traditional Shan cuisine. Here you will roll up your sleeves, helping to source local organic produce at the village market and then joining the Heritage House team in cooking some delicious Shan dishes. Afterwards, enjoy lunch on the shady veranda.

This afternoon you’ll have time to enjoy the fine facilities of our resort.

In the late afternoon, ride north from the resort along the lakeside. Your destination is Red Mountain Winery, one of only two wineries in all of Burma, whose grape varieties have all been imported from France and Spain. It’s a short, scenic walk up the hillside to the winery’s terraces, where you’ll enjoy a tasting and admire the late afternoon sun shining on the lake.

Dinner is at the resort tonight.

Hotel: Inle Resort & Spa
Meals: B, L, D
Daily Options: 9 miles (14 km)

DAY 8: Inle Lake / Floating market & villages / Artist workshops

On today’s private boat excursion, we visit some typical floating gardens to see how crops are grown right on the lake. We take lunch on the lake and visit several small floating villages, each known for a different traditional handicraft such as silversmithing, silk weaving, boat building and cigar making. This is a rare chance to observe an ancient lifestyle that until recently was shielded from our western eyes.

There is free time today to relax and possibly catch up on your book or write in your journal.

Hotel: Inle Resort & Spa
Meals: B, L, D
Daily Options: non riding day

DAY 9: Fly to Bagan / Htilominlo Pagoda / Gugyaukgyi Temple / Sunset Cycling

Today you’ll leave your resort as you arrived, by boat. Then, it’s about 60 minutes to shuttle from the Nyyaung Shwe jetty to the airport in Heho. A quick flight brings us to the ancient city of Bagan. Formerly Pagan, this was the capital of several ancient Burmese kingdoms. The sight of Bagan spreading across the plains is astounding: approximately 2,200 (if you can imagine!) of the original 4,400 temples remain standing here, creating a vision unlike any you have ever seen.

You’ll explore some of the finest temples during your time here, including Htilominlo Pagoda, famed for its original fine plaster carving and glazed sandstone decoration, all remarkably well preserved. At Myinkaba Village we visit Gugyaukgyi Temple, noted for its beautiful mural paintings on its inner walls, and well-preserved exterior plaster carvings. But more than any single pagoda, it is the sheer number of pagodas taken as a whole that creates such an incredible impression.

You’ll enjoy lunch at a local restaurant before checking into your supremely comfortable accommodations.

In the cool of the late afternoon, set off on your bike for another look at these astonishing pagodas. You may see an ox cart and other cyclists, but you are mostly without motor vehicle traffic on the quiet hard packed sand trails that meander about the city’s temples. Take your time and enjoy the landscape, visiting the mysterious Dhammayangyi Temple. This is the largest of Bagan’s temples, built in the 12th century by King Narathu, presumably in atonement for having assassinated his father and brother. You’ll also see the pretty Sulamani Temple before concluding your ride at one of the “sunset” pagodas to take in the unique light that swathes this city of golden sand and ochre temples.

Hotel: Aureum Palace Hotel Bagan
Meals: B, L, D
Daily Options: 9 miles (14 km)

DAY 10: Bagan to Popa / Mt. Popa / Sunset on the river

To avoid the heat, you’ll begin early and ride from old Bagan to New Bagan before venturing onto a hard-packed sand trail that takes you deep into the countryside, through places that rarely see visitors. After a stop to taste locally-produced wild honey, rejoin the paved road for your journey to a toddy palm plantation. Here you’ll discover the many uses for this popular plant, processed according to production methods that haven’t changed in centuries. You’ll witness the manufacturing of everything from alcohol to sweets to baskets, all made from toddy palm leaves, bark and fruit.

From here, board a shuttle to climb Mt. Popa for your lunch at the Mt. Popa Resort. The views out to the Taung Kalat Temple are stunning. From the resort, it’s a rewarding ride downhill to the village of Kyaukpadaung, and then you’ll shuttle back into Bagan.

In the late afternoon, board a boat on the Irrawaddy River and enjoy sun down while a panorama of temples comes into view. Dinner is in a local restaurant.

Hotel: Aureum Palace Hotel Bagan
Meals: B, L, D
Daily Options: 31 miles (50 km)

DAY 11: Explore Bagan / Cycle the temple plain of Bagan

Today, cycle further into the temple plain of Bagan along a network of small tracks and trails that wind through the temples. This section of Bagan is difficult to reach by car and thus, you’ll seem to have it all to yourselves. A snack break in the shade of an ancient pagoda gives us a chance to refuel before continuing your exploration. Although the monuments that you pass are not as renowned as others in the city, the route exposes the remarkable grand scale of Bagan.

This evening, enjoy a special farewell dinner that will showcase more of Bagan’s spectacular landscapes.

Hotel: Aureum Palace Hotel Bagan
Meals: B, L, D
Daily Options: 16 miles (25 km)

DAY 12: Optional Balloon over Bagan / Fly to Yangon and Depart for home or begin Post-trip Extension

This morning you have the option (at additional cost) to rise early and witness Bagan at sunrise from a hot-air balloon. Seeing the temples from above in the morning mist and light will be unforgettable. The three-hour experience includes transfers, about 40 minutes in flight, and a champagne breakfast.

Otherwise, you have a few hours on your own this morning to visit the market, take a swim or enjoy a leisurely breakfast. You’ll catch a late morning flight to Yangon, arriving in the early afternoon.

VBT No Air Package guests: Your trip ends upon arrival at the airport in Yangon. We anticipate utilizing a flight that arrives at 1:00 pm. Be sure to check with us before booking your onward air arrangements.

VBT Air Package guests: On arrival at the airport in Yangon you’ll transfer to the Kandawgyi Palace Hotel, where dayrooms are waiting. Your afternoon is at leisure, and dinner is on your own. Meet in the hotel lobby three hours prior to your flight departure (subject to change depending on your required check-in time at the airport) for your 50-minute transfer to the Yangon airport. Most flights depart just before or after midnight. You arrive one day later in the U.S.

VBT Post-Trip Extension guests: In the late afternoon, transfer from the hotel in Bagan to the Bagan Aye Yar Jetty and embark your cruise ship at 11: 30 a.m.

Please note: VBT transfer times and departure points are finalized in advance and cannot be modified for individual guests. If you extend your stay beyond the scheduled program dates, return transportation to the airport will be at your own expense.

Hotel: Kandawgyi Palace Hotel (dayroom for VBT Air Package guests only)
Meals: B

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Paukan Cruises River Boats

Paukan Cruises operates three deluxe river ships that cruise the Irrawaddy River. Each small vessel evokes the colonial heritage of old Burma with timber walls and furnishings, a lovely bar, and inviting sun decks. Each of the three vessels provides an intimate setting, with just 16-27 cabins, all with private bath. You  will cruise on either the original R/V Paukan 1947, refurbished to offer all modern amenities, or one of its two sister ships built in 2007 and 2012.
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Aureum Palace Hotel & Resort

Set within Bagan’s Archaeological Preservation Zone, this elegant resort occupies 27 acres of tropical landscaped grounds amidst the ancient temples of The Kingdom of Bagan. All buildings are furnished with antiques, artifacts and local art, and there is a spa, pool, gym, and several restaurants and lounges where you can enjoy a variety of Asian and European cuisines. Bedrooms are spacious and elegant with all modern facilities; bathrooms are large and lavishly equipped with air conditioning and tea and coffee making facilities.

Inle Resort & Spa

This atmospheric hotel and eco resort lies on the shores of Inle Lake and presents 90 villas and cottages in a luxuriant tropical garden setting. The décor features soaring rooftops and teak construction, plus traditional Burmese furnishings and textiles. There are two bars and one large restaurant, a gift shop and ATM machine, plus the Hom Spa. Guest rooms are housed in separate villas and include air conditioning, a flat-screen television, safe, minibar and private bath with rain shower. Free WiFi is offered in the public areas of the hotel.

Kalaw Heritage Hotel

Established in 1903, the newly refurbished Kalaw Heritage Hotel evokes the charm of its British heritage, while also providing the best of Burmese hospitality. It is a great choice for accommodation when visiting Kalaw. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations and is surrounded by some of the area’s best hiking trails. Enjoy free WiFi in all rooms, 24-hour security, a convenience store, and well-appointed rooms with cable television, phone, minibar, and private bath.

Pindaya Inle Inn

Nestled amid the Shan hills, at the entrance to Pindaya town, this family-run inn consists of 24 bamboo huts surrounded by magnificent banyan trees facing Ponetaloke Lake. All rooms feature a private bathroom and free wireless internet. The hotel restaurant serves local Danu, Chinese, Myanmar and European cuisine as well as a wide selection of wine, soft drinks, beer and spirits. The hotel’s spa, garden, and fitness center are all designed with optimal relaxation in mind.
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Kandawgyi Palace Hotel

“The Golden Teak Hotel On The Royal Lake is situated on the shores of Kandawgyi Lake and is within walking distance of the famous Shwedagon Pagoda. The hotel is set amongst lush tropical rainforest gardens and features a pool, spa, and five restaurants serving Burmese, Japanese, English, Chinese and continental fare. Guest rooms include flat screen cable televisions, free WiFi, a minibar, safe, and private baths with hair dryer.
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  • Trek to Inle Lake
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  • Just Outside of Inle Lake
  • Orange Harvesting in Myanmar
  • Myanmar boy in traditional clothes
  • Outside of Kalaw
  • Inle Lake
  • OUtside of Inle Lake
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