This trip, designed for 18 to 30-somethings, will explore the country from Yangon (Rangoon) to Mandalay and back.
As Myanmar, still known to many as Burma, keeps moving away from years of isolation and state control, you'll cross the country by sleeper train, bus and plane as you discover the vast ancient temple complex of Bagan by bicycle, trek in the rolling hills and villages around Kalaw, and cruise Inle Lake on a traditional long-tail boat.
Exploring the hidden wonders of Yangon, a remarkable city with towering pagodas, giant Buddha statues and a harrowing, deep history
Cycling around Bagan's thousand-year-old temples and postcard-perfect spires stretching high into the orange sky
Viewing the world's largest uncracked bell after boating into riverside Mingun and seeing an enormous, unfinished stupa
Touring rural Myanmar with a full day of walking through the alleys of Kalaw, in Myanmar's hilltop Shan state