We launched our first Myanmar program in 2014, and the experience was a wonderful success.
Relationships with local partners are grounded in a mutual desire to work together for years to come.
Spend a weekend at the ancient Buddhist capital of Bagan, where 2,000 temples and pagodas dot the incredible landscape.
Ascend to a height of over 3,000 feet above sea level to the visit charming Pyin Oo Lwin, a town that blends the East and West.Board a train for a scenic journey across the Gokteik Viaduct and travel over a nearly 100 feet deep gorge.Observe leg-rowing fisherman and discover their floating gardens.Visit local markets, cottage industries and villages to come face to face with a more traditional way of life.You will come to know the small city of Mandalay and its Royal Palace, open-air markets, pagodas, Buddha statues and views from Mandalay Hill.
Myanmar’s history and modern times deserve special attention.We live together at a monastic campus, located near Mandalay.There bathrooms, showers, and kitchen facilities, and a bed awaiting each person.NEH uses technology and teacher training to bring curricula to communities where educational resources are lacking. From breakfast through bedtime, our days are shared with Myanmar’s children, teachers, school monks, neighbors, shopkeepers and local friends.Monastery schools are bustling and lively places with endless opportunities to play games, learn about Burmese culture, and enjoy quiet moments while classes are in session.Savings amount will vary by tour, departure date and cabin type. Savings amount will vary by tour and departure date, and is only available on select departures. Offers are not valid on group, existing bookings or combinable with any other offer. Promotional pricing may remain in effect after the expiration date.