Discover Myanmar by cycling

14 Days
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Bagan , Heho , Inle Lake , Kalaw , Mandalay , Mt.Popa , Pindaya , Pyinsi , Yangon Discover Destinations
Departure Location
Return Location
Additional Information
Total cycling hour for whole trip: approx -50 hours
Price includes
  • Accommodation in single twin share room
  • Local knowledgeable guide in most part of tour
  • Unlimited bottled water
Price does not include
  • Meals, unless expressly states
  • Medical insurance and Travel Insurance
  • Observation and participation in allowed activities
  • Other International flights
  • Personal expenses
  • Services not specifically stated in the itinerary
  • Tips to guide and driver
  • Visa arrangements
Useful Bag,Refill not landfill bottle,1 local sim card and 1 GB data for each traveler:

After five decades of complete seclusion, it’s time to welcome Myanmar onto the world’s tourism stage. What better way to immerse yourself in Myanmar’s rich culture than by joining us on this unforgettable 14-day tour. Previously unexplored, this active tour is designed to excite the adventurous. Enjoy unspoiled hill tribes, relax in peaceful colonial towns and immerse yourself in bustling cities as you adventure by foot, water and bicycle through this magical nation of history and culture whilst getting to know its friendly people along the way.


Service Level     :  Basic

Simple and clean hotels and hostels; comfortable public and private transport”

Travel Style        :  Cycling adventure

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Physical Rating : Challenging (4/5) 
Minimum Age    : 12+



Yangon airport -Hotel -Yangon airport by Private car

Yangon – Heho airport by Flight

Heho airport -Kalaw hotel by Private car

Pindaya -Mandalay by Private car

Bagan hotel -Nyaung U airport by Private car

Nyaung U -Yangon by Flight

  • Tour Plan
  • Day 1 - Meal ( / / )
  • Day 2 -Meal ( B/L/ )
  • Day 3 -Meal (B /L/ )
  • Day 4 -Meal ( B/L/)
  • Day 5 - Meal (B / /)
  • Day 6 - Meal (B / / )
  • Day 7 - Meal (B / / )
  • Day 8 - Meal ( B/L/ )
  • Day 9 - Meal (B / / )
  • Day 10 - Meal (B/ /)
  • Day 11 - Meal (B/ / )
  • Day 12 - Meal (B / / )
  • Day 13 - Meal (B / /D)
  • Day 14 - Meal (B / / )
Day 1 - Meal ( / / )

Meet at Yangon

  • Yangon airport to hotel (17 Km) 17-25 mins

Enjoy a personal meet and greet on your arrival into Yangon airport. Hand over your baggage and relax as our professional driver gets you safely to your hotel.

Unpack, take a shower and do some exploring. Enjoy this free day at your own leisure.

Day 2 -Meal ( B/L/ )

Yangon - Heho – Kalaw

  • Total cycling hour-approx : 4 hours

After a restful night we will rise early for a morning flight to Heho before embarking on our short transfer to a comfortable hotel at the former hill station of Kalaw.

Take time to enjoy this cool and peaceful town, enjoy the scent of pine tree and the old colonial feel.

After a local lunch, we will get ready for an adventurous afternoon riding bicycles through the countryside of Kalaw. There is no better way to see these stunning surroundings than by bicycle. This off-road ride provides the picture-perfect introduction to the region and the ideal opportunity to warm up your legs with some uphill cycling.

Overnight at Kalaw.


Day 3 -Meal (B /L/ )

Kalaw - Indein - Inle Lake

  • Total cycling hour-approx :4 hours

Let’s hop on our bicycles and enjoy a fabulous ride down to the famous Inle Lake. Today we will cycle many kilometers but sweeping downhills and Burmese countryside make it an incredibly picturesque ride.

After a delicious local lunch, we will make a stop at Indein Village. Here there are hundreds of pagodas dating back to the 14th century. We will take some time to enjoy these breath-taking scenes before continuing on to the beautiful inland waters of Nyaung Shwe on the north of the lake.

Overnight at Nyaung Shwe .

Day 4 -Meal ( B/L/)

Inle Lake

Today we have the whole day to explore the famous Inle Lake. We will explore every corner possible, from both the shore and the waters.

We will stretch our legs this morning with a relaxing ride along the shore, through local villages and past endless temples.

After a lakeside lunch we’ll hop on board a cruise to start our on-water adventure. We will get fully immersed in the beauty of Inle Lake, passing through floating gardens and monasteries before arriving at Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda.

Look out for the Intha fishermen. A sight to behold, these famous fishermen row their boats with only one leg.

This evening we will unwind with a vineyard visit at sunset in Nyaung Shwe.

Ovetnight at Nyaung Shwe.

Day 5 - Meal (B / /)

Inle Lake – Pindaya

  • Total cycling hour- approx : 5 hours

This morning we will say goodbye and depart the unforgettable Inle Lake and head back up to the Shan Plateau.

Shan state covers almost a quarter of the whole of Myanmar and is home to several, interesting ethnic groups. We will hop on our bikes and enjoy an adventurous up and down ride over paved paths and dirt roads. Work those legs on one rewarding 10 km long climb with a gentle gradient before being rewarded with our stunning destination of Pindaya. Pindaya is home to beautiful limestone caves that house thousands of ancient Buddha images.

We will take time to explore the caves and surrounding area before heading back to Hotel in Pindaya.

Overnight at Pindaya.

Day 6 - Meal (B / / )

Pindaya – Mandalay

  • Total cycling hour-approx : 3.75hours
  • Ywa Ngan to Mandalay transfer by car approx: 2 hour

Another beautiful morning for cycling. Today we will head out into Burma’s second city, Mandalay.

Enjoy a blissful ride through patchworks of fields, local villages and a long descent. Say hello to children and their families as they wave excitedly.

On our arrival in Ywa Ngan, we will enjoy a well-deserved lunch break before loading the bikes for a short and comfortable transfer to Mandalay.

Day 7 - Meal (B / / )


  • Total distance cycled- 45 km on flat, paved roads that may be broken in some sections.

Today we will explore the magnificent city of Mandalay.

This city of ancient splendor was created by King Mingdom Ming in 1857 and remained a city of splendor until 1885 before much of it was tragically destroyed by a fire during the second world war. Today, the city is multicultural, neatly planned, its lettered and numbered streets are a British creation and it is a thriving trade center with China and India.

We’ll kick off our exploration with an enjoyable cycle to the sprawling Shwe Inn Bin Monastery. Constructed in 1895 of teak wood with a beautiful tiered roof and exquisite carvings, the monastery is representative of traditional Burmese style and home to over 30 monks.

After spending some time here, we will head to the beautiful Mahamuni Temple. Here lays the holiest Buddha artifact in Mandalay.

We will then move on to visit a marble carving workshop where we will have the unique opportunity to see workers practicing this traditional trade and hand carving spectacular Buddha images. We will take the time to visit a few other workshops where we can learn about ancient royal handicrafts, tapestry and puppet making before a lunch break at a local tea shop.

After a delicious local lunch, we will continue our explorations at a gold leaf production house where we can learn about this ancient craft and make some for ourselves.

This afternoon we will visit Shwenandaw Monastery, the ‘golden palace’. A grand example of 19th Century Burmese architecture, the monastery is beautifully gilded with gold, adorned with glass mosaic and home to impressive carvings of Buddhist myths.

Our final stop today will be the Kuthodaw Pagoda, home to the world’s largest book and made out of stunning marble tablets.

Today finishes with a glorious cycle along the old city walls before reaching the hotel in time for sunset.

Day 8 - Meal ( B/L/ )

Mandalay - Sagaing - Mingun – Mandalay

  • Total cycling hour- approx:5 hours

This morning we will head outside of Mandalay and over the Irrawaddy River to explore the exciting towns of Sagaing and Mingun.

The U Bein Bridge is a sight to behold. The longest teak bridge in Asia and our first cycle stop of the day, the bridge offers magnificent photo opportunities.

After spending some time here, we will continue our ride along the river and past Sagaing, an important religious and monastic center and home to numerous monasteries and stupas.

Today continues to be utterly photogenic as we continue on to Mingun and take the opportunity to visit the ancient ruins of Pahtodawgi. This unique unfinished stupa would have been the largest in world if it had been completed, nonetheless, it remains impressive. We will also make time to visit the Mingun Bell. Weighing in at 90 tonnes, the Mingun bell is the largest ringing bell in the world.

For lunch we will feast on local specialties before kicking back and relaxing with a tranquil downstream boat ride to Mandalay.

Overnight at Mandalay.

Day 9 - Meal (B / / )

Mandalay - Pyinsi - Mt. Popa

  • Total cycling hour- approx : 3.5 hours

This morning, prepare for an early, short transfer to Tada U and an enjoyable cycle into the capital of the ancient Ava Kingdom.

Here we will explore remnants of the old city wall that stood between 1364 and 1555. We will continue our cycle through picturesque fields of millet, sesame, cotton, peas and beans before arriving in the town of Pyinsi. Here we will pack up the bikes for a comfortable two-hour transfer to Mt. Popa.

Overnight at Mt.Popa.

Day 10 - Meal (B/ /)

Mt Popa


Today will be our first day off the bikes, the perfect time to stretch our walking legs.

After a local breakfast we will climb almost 900 steps to reach the top and Popa Taung Kalat, a temple that is home to Burma’s most revered nats (spirits). During our ascent, we will pass dozens of nat shrines and the pilgrims that come to honor them. Don’t forget your camera, because when we reached the top prepare to be rewarded by breath-taking, panoramic views of the surrounding region.

The rest of the day is free for you to explore or relax at your leisure. Make use of the hotel’s infinity pool or get adventurous on one of the many, local hiking trails. The choice is yours.

Overnight at Mt. Popa.

Day 11 - Meal (B/ / )

Mt. Popa – Bagan

  • Total cycling hour-approx :4 hours

Kick off the day with a delicious breakfast and unforgettable views before starting our easy decent.

Enjoy the scenic cycle as we snake around the mountain and take in the views, palm gardens, rice paddies, villages and water buffaloes.

Today ends with our arrival into the magical Bagan, an ancient city littered with thousands of temples along the banks of the Irrawaddy River.

Check in to your comfortable hotel with refreshing pool for a cool down.

Overnight at Bagan.

Day 12 - Meal (B / / )

Bagan Temples

  • Total cycling hour- approx : 3.5 hours

The perfect way to explore Bagan is by bicycle.

After breakfast we will take an exciting morning cycle around this fascinating Archaeological Zone. After some morning temple hopping, as the heat gets up, we will return to the hotel to relax at the pool.

Enjoy this evenings sunset against a stunning backdrop of temples. Climb to the top of a temple for truly unforgettable views across the temple studded plains.

**Recommended morning activity** Start your day with a scenic hot air balloon ride and enjoy the stunning aerial view of the surrounding area, including exquisite temples and their golden stupas. Contact us for more information.

Day 13 - Meal (B / /D)

Bagan to Yangon

After a restful night’s sleep, we will take a comfortable transfer to the airport for our flight back Yangon.

On arrival back to Yangon, we’ll jump in a trishaw and ride into downtown Yangon to enjoy the stunning Shwedagon Paya at dusk.

Tonight, we will feast on delicious local cuisine for a farewell dinner.

Day 14 - Meal (B / / )


Enjoy some shopping this morning at Bogyoke Aung San market before heading to the airport for conclusion of you tour, farewells and memories to last a lifetime.

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Offering incredible, fairy-tale like landscapes, Bagan is beautiful any time of day, but the region is at its best at both sunrise and sunset and offers adventure seekers the perfect hiking and cycling opportunities. The memory seekers amongst us will surely not be able to resist enjoying these spectacular scenes from the comfort of a hot air balloon, meandering between temples as the sun comes up, or relishing magical sunset views from the top of a dazzling temple. Read More

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More about Mandalay Discover Mandalay

More about Mt.Popa Discover Mt.Popa

Inner Bagan can become extremely hot, especially during the height of the summer. Indeed, on these days, an afternoon trip to one of the regions most sacred sites, Mount Popa may prove a welcome retreat. Although the extinct volcano peaks at an impressive 1518 metres above sea level, temple Taungkalat proves to be much more accessible. Believed to be home to 37 nats, pilgrims and visitors alike make the somewhat tiring ascent of around 800 steps to be greeted by impressive carvings of ancient gods. But once you reach the top, you’ll be rewarded by not only fresh, mountain air, but spectacular views across the surrounding plains making a trip to Mount Popa an ideal afternoon adventure trip from Bagan. Read More about Bagan

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More about Yangon Discover Yangon

Bursting onto the South East Asia travel scene over the past few years is the stunning city of Yangon. Nestled on the bustling banks of the Yangon River and boasting a charming colonial Downtown, and infinite opportunities for adventure, Yangon has something for everyone. Immerse yourself in culture at the unmissable Shwedagon Pagoda and marvel at the fascinating Kyauk taw Gyi. Take a break and enjoy a relaxing afternoon cooling down at the breath taking Kandawgyi Lake.   Read more
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1.Balloon over Bagan (375 USD per pax)

Duration-45 mins

Visitors can take hot air balloons over-viewing the breath-taking views of elegant Bagan. Get the best views of Bagan’s 8,000 temples and pagodas, all of which are nigh on impossible to visit on land, during an extra-special hot-air balloon flight. Enjoy a complimentary pickup from your hotel or guest house in the early morning in one of the converted antique buses. You will be served pre-flight coffee, tea, and refreshments.Light sparkling wine breakfast, fruits and pastries upon landing.
Flight certificate award before we return you to your hotel or guest house.

2.Hot Air Balloon Ride in Inle (370 USD per pax)

Duration-60 min to 90 min (approx)

The Inle Lake region is one of Myanmar’s most anticipated destinations and all the hype is justified. Picture a vast, serene lake – 13.5 miles long and seven miles wide – fringed by marshes and floating gardens, where stilt-house villages and Buddhist temples rise above the water, and Intha fisherfolk propel their boats along via their unique technique of leg-rowing. Surrounding the lake are hills that are home to myriad minorities: Shan, Pa-O, Taung Yo, Danu, Kayah and Danaw, who descend from their villages for markets that hopscotch around the towns of the region on a five-day cycle.

  • 6 to 8 people max (per balloon)
  • Complimentary pick up from your hotel or guest house
  • Pre-flight coffee tea and refreshments while our dedicated crew inflate your balloon
  • Detailed passenger safety briefing by your pilot
  • Light sparkling wine breakfast, fruits and pastries upon landing

3.Inle canoe lady (10 USD per pax)

A Tour in Silence and in the magic at the Inle Lake, to discover the lives at Intha inhabitants, accompanied by women canoe rower in traditional dress.Sustainable and inclusive tourism experience at Pauck Par Village.

4.Private cooking class at Middle of the Inle lake (50 USD per pax)

Local chef for Myanmar cooking and cuisine at middle of the Inle Lake, preparing a full lunch of traditional dishes. You’ll harvest herbs and vegetables from a kitchen garden, learn tricks for preparing Inle Lake’s Inthar recipes at home, then sit down to enjoy the feast you’ve prepared. This cooking class is a great introduction to Myanmar’s diverse food traditions.

5.Wine Testing Experience at Red Mountain Vineyard 

This unique and fascinating tour experience is perfect for the wine lovers out there. You and your companion will work your way through four fine Burmese wines on your experience. You’ll taste delicious wine, learn new facts while having fun doing it and leave ready to show off your new-found sommelier skills!Spend a perfect day with someone special, taking in a vineyard tour, wine-tasting.Finally, sit down to a delightful Burmese wines on your experience.




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2 nights at Yangon hostel,1 night at Kalaw hostel ,2 nights at Inle hostel,1 night at Pindaya,3 nights at Mandalay hostel,2 nights at Mt.Popa and 2 nights at Bagan hostel

Yangon Accommodation 


Scott Hostel 


  • Free wi-fi in all room
  • Shared  bathroom

Popular Facilities

  • Restaurants
  • Front desk (24 hour)

Dining, drinking, and snacking

  • Mini bar

1 Person in 6-Bed Dormitory



The Lodge Yangon Hostel


  • Breakfast
  • Free Welcome drink
  • Shared bathroom

Popular facilities

  • Bar
  • Restaurants
  • Front desk ( 24-hour )

Superior Double Bed City View

Rooftop public area


Little Yangon Hostel


  • Breakfast
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Shared bathroom
  • Free wi-fi in all rooms


Dining room

Nyaung Shwe Accommodation

Song of Travel Hostel (or Similar hostel)


  • Breakfast
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Free wi-fi in all rooms
  • Air-conditioning

Popular facilities

  • Bar
  • Restaurants-
  • Front desk  (24-hour)

1 Person in Dormitory - Mixed - Bed

Rooftop public area

Mandalay Accommodation

Celia hotel 


  • Breakfast
  • Shared bathroom
  • Air-conditioning
  • Free wi-fi in all rooms

Dining, drinking, and snacking

  • Free bottled water
  • Mini bar
  • Refrigerator

2 single bedroom

Bagan Accommodation

BaobaBed Hostel (or Similar hostel)


  • Breakfast
  • Shared bathroom
  • Swimming pool

Popular facilities

  • Restaurants
  • Front desk (24-hour)

1 Person in 6-Bed Dormitory - Mixed - Room plan

Rooftop with swimming pool


We will try our best to get hotel displayed here. Due to hotel availability, we will confirm actual hotel name once you book tour.  

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