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Oskar Koski

Myanmar is a kaleidoscope, a fascinating mix of ancient cultures, scenic diversities, magnificent beaches, Buddhist traditions, golden pagodas. Our company organizes authentic bespoke journeys to experience the best of this beautiful and diverse country. We believe tourism is vital for the country’s future and the prosperity of its people. Accordingly, our company does best to operate in sustainable manner. Whatever the tour selected, our guests receive the real deal – and in a manner designed to do no damage to the local culture or ecosystems.

What places and activities do you specialize in?

"We specialize in bespoke travel all across Myanmar. From trekking expeditions to the Myanmar Himalaya, to sailing trips in the paradise islands of the Mergui Archipelago. Discovery takes delight in the creation of tours designed to suit the precise wishes and requirements of guests. We relish the opportunity to showcase the scope and depth of our expertise on the country. We take particular pleasure in the crafting of travel off the beaten track, in the unusual and the adventurous, or the educational and the spiritual."

How did you get involved in travel?

"A life long passion for exploration and discovery made working in the travel industry a natural fit. Ever since discovering the beauty of Myanmar, I have wanted to share that same feeling of awe and wonder with the world. "

Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.

"Getting up early in the morning and climbing on top of one of the ancient temples of Bagan to catch the sunrise was an unforgettable experience. The way the first golden rays of sunlight lit up the temple valley and revealed the surrounding landscape was magical."

Featured trips & expertise

Sunset over ancient pagodas in Bagan
How Many Days Should You Spend in Myanmar?

Two weeks is the perfect amount of time to explore Myanmar. If you have less time, you can still have a great experience but it requires careful planning. At a minimum, five days is enough to give you a taste of the country’s history and culture by visiting two of Myanmar’s “Big Four” destinations.