I moved to Myanmar when my company started offering off the beaten track itineraries and unique experiences in this amazing country. Since then, we have created many new routes together with the local communities and we support sustainable tourism projects throughout the country. We are the only local agent in Myanmar offering such a variety of tours and going far into the wildest places usually untouched by mass tourism.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"Since we work together with local communities to develop our offer, we build many exclusive adventure options. For this reason, we need to have our own offices in every region, but also constant contact with the the cities and villages that our travellers are willing to discover.
Customized trips are our specialty, working closely with the travelers before and during the trip. Our main specialties are trips related to culture, well-being, trekking, biking, motorbiking, community-based tourism, wildlife, diving, healthcare, and gastronomy."
How did you get involved in travel?
"In 2012, I did two different trips in Myanmar, both booked through my current company. I instantly fell in love with this magnificent country - it was more welcoming and extraordinary than what I could imagine.
My main goal is to develop tourism while respecting the environment and local traditions. "
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"My first step in Myanmar was into the last royal capital, Mandalay. The cultures and landscapes fascinated me - my first impression of this country still gives me a chill, even after 6 years. "
Featured trips & expertise
This highlights itinerary checks off Myanmar's top historic and natural sites. Visit the Shwedagon Pagoda and busy markets in Yangon, explore nature in Shan and Kayah States, and explore the world-famous Bagan archaeological site. Walk across the world's longest teakwood bridge on Inle Lake and tour the revered Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, then end the trip with two days of tropical sunshine and turquoise water in the Myeik Archipelago.
This packed itinerary checks off Myanmar's top Buddhist sites. Visit the Shwedagon Pagoda and busy markets in Yangon, explore monasteries in Mon State, and tour the world-famous Bagan archaeological site. Finish your trip in Mandalay to see the splendid former capital Inwa, the world's longest teakwood bridge on Inle Lake, and the 17th-century Indein pagodas.
Explore Myanmar's best diving locations with this packed itinerary. Enjoy miles of empty white sand beaches, spend time learning about the local cultures, and dive in world-class underwater caves. Spend your days discovering the vibrant underwater world, where sharks, stingrays, and thousands of fish live among the colorful soft coral.