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Exploring Myanmar (Burma) Holidays


We are very proud of our tailor-made trips in Myanmar but no one says it better than our lovely customers who have tried and tested our holidays. Take a peek at their reviews and comments below.

“Thank you so much for organising such a fabulous trip. We all so enjoyed it. What a wonderful country, the people are so lovely and friendly. We have seen so much in 2 weeks it feels like we have been gone a month! Fleewinter’s expertise showed all along as you had suggestions for all our requirements: Thank you!!” – Katie B, Aug 2019

We hugely enjoyed our holiday – so many experiences and amazing places… I am not at all sure what we did to deserve it, but our hotel in Yangon upgraded us to The Strand!!! What an unexpected treat… Wonderful! We were also blown away by Inle Lake and the Myiek archipelago was stunning – we didn’t see another boat for the entire 6 days… Absolutely amazing place… We are still full of memories of our wonderful holiday, and will be for a very long time to come.” – Fiona & David, Feb 2019

“We had an amazing holiday which exceeded our expectations. Delia was very helpful and always responded quickly to any queries. Don’t miss if traveling to Bagan the balloon ride, it was magical, a real once in a lifetime experience. Also, The Golden Rock was definitely worth the extra travel as was Mount Popa! I would definitely and have ALREADY recommended to others.” – Diane O, Nov 2018

“Spot on – yet again!  Planning was super easy: excellent understanding of our needs/wishes; efficient response times; flexible and open to adapting the trip until it was just right. All the hotels had immaculate grounds and our guides were excellent, we built a bond very quickly and anyone having him as their guide would be very lucky. Horse and cart ride in Bagan was a highlight – thought it would be overly touristy, the horse very uncared for and something only our 9YO would like but IT WAS THE OPPOSITE!” Alex S, Jan 2018

“WOW. What can I say except, ‘Thank YOU’. A really great experience that we all enjoyed tremendously. Once again the everything worked flawlessly – always on time, great guides and great drivers. All the hotels were wonderful. A truly Delia Sparkle Trip! Thank you SO much – your name was mentioned endlessly in praise as we went from one great village lunch to another – definitely the best food of the trip was the village lunches – much better and more interesting than the hotels!” – Nick B, Nov 2017

“We had an absolutely fantastic holiday which exceeded our expectations which were high!! The itinerary has been the envy of my 40 Facebook friends who followed my every post, three of which I am passing your details to in order that they may replicate the trip. The best expression of our delight with Fleewinter is the fact that I will be planning our next trip as of tomorrow and we hope to flee winter again within three months.” – Nicola W, Dec 2016

“Every detail of the itinerary went according to plan. Our guides were there to meet us in each new destination and were unfailingly charming, polite and keen to meet our specific requirements. Delia was really helpful, understood straight away what sort of trip we wanted and full of good advice. quick to respond.” – Sarah R, Dec 2016

“This has been a fantastic holiday, ran like clockwork according to itinerary, local guides all excellent. Highlights were sharing meals with local families and the whole process very stress free. Delia was excellent with personal recommendations and tailored trip , like the email we have just received regarding next year’s holiday to Kerala which we plan to discuss!” – Sarah M, Nov 2016.

“We had a wonderful holiday in Myanmar and Thailand. We found the people so friendly and helpful. We loved Yandabo especially; our accommodation by the river was excellent  and we even enjoyed the scary bumpy ride alongside the stream to get there.  We were even invited into a village home for tea and homemade biscuits! Delightful! All our transfers went like clockwork, our guides were prompt and very informative. We particularly liked our lady for the first leg of the tour who told us so much about the people. Another highlight was Inle lake which is absolutely astonishing with its rich culture and traditions. Again, our accommodation was lovely, with our room overlooking the lake. Our stop for lunch at ‘Grandma’s kitchen’ was excellent with delicious local food. We were glad we booked a stopover in Thailand before coming home because it was quite a contrast, and the Royal palace in Bangkok was unmissable; so full of colour it was unbelievable. Many thanks for arranging such a magnificent tour. I will certainly be recommending Fleewinter to our friends and acquaintances.” – Avril M, Oct 2016

With one of the most evocative names in the region, Mandalay is the second biggest city in Myanmar and the gateway to great trekking in Hsipaw in the north. It is home to the iconic U-Bein Bridge (one of the most photographed sites in the country) and close to the old royal capital of Amarapura.
This is one of the best places to get off the beaten track and see rural Myanmar. Stay in a beautiful riverside lodge, take a trek through rice paddies and visit small Shan villagers where locals live just as they did 50 years ago. We also offer a fabulous boat ride upstream to a monastery which serves as a school for young novice monks.
Bagan is the ancient settlement that has really put Myanmar (Burma) on the map. With more than 2,000 historic stupas, temples and pagodas spread over a vast area, you really have to see it to believe it. We will ensure you get to the best spots for sunset or sunrise to see this amazing sprawl of temples over the valley - or better yet ask us about a balloon ride!
Inle Lake
This impressive freshwater lake is more than 13 miles long and resembles a vast silver sheet, reflecting the sky like a mirror. It is home to hundreds of herons, wild ducks and other bird life - as well as local fishermen who use unique fishing techniques with baskets. We have a fabulous selection of over-the-water boutique hotels to choose from.
Ngapali Beach
This has quickly become one of our favourite beach destinations in south-east Asia. Lined with rugged palm trees, this big sweeping bay of pristine sand feels so untouched and undeveloped. However, lying in the shade of the pine trees are a number of beautiful and tastefully designed luxury hotels that blend into their surroundings - we can't think of a better excuse to stop for a few days!
The Golden Rock
An important pilgrimage site for Buddhists around Asia; a large and precariously positioned gold-covered rock sits on the top of a mountain - home to one of the most well-visited stupas in the country. Expect an atmosphere charged with magic and devotion as everyone makes their way to the Golden Rock.
Mrauk- U
This former Rakhine capital offers a dramatic group of temples and pagodas (newer than those of Bagan) which have a fortress feel to them as they are made of stone with long twisting corridors inside. But it's also the perfect gateway for seeing rural river life - you can enjoy a boat ride here to Chin villages where the older women have their faces tattooed from a no-longer abided tribal tradition.
This charming city feels incredibly metropolitan compared to the rest of the country, but set against other Asian cities feels quite small. You can see the colonial architecture of a time gone by, sample some of the county's best street food and visit the remarkable Shwedagon Pagoda, which can be seen sparkling from almost anywhere in Yangon and is one of the most revered sites for Buddhism in the world, and said to enshrine eight hairs from Buddha.
A unique combination of landscape and beauty, Mawlamyine boasts a ridge of stupa capped hills to one side, the sea on the other and a town full of crumbling colonial architecture and mosques. From here you can explore remote ruins, sacred temples and un-touched beaches.
Explore Buddhist caves, sacred mountains and wonderfully rural countryside from this sleepy Mon State town
Pyin Oo Lwin
You would be forgiven for thinking you'd stumbled across an old English town at this colonial hill station, which was a favourite for British generals who were looking to escape the heat of the city below. Be sure to take a turn in the beautifully manicured Botanical Gardens.
Myeik Archipelago
A cluster of about 800 pristine and picture perfect white sand islands off the main coast of Myanmar. Most are completely uninhabited - or home to a small village or two where the nomadic seafaring Moken people live. These are best explored on a 3 or 4 night cruise - and we have some beautiful luxurious boats on offer.

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