A relaxing way to watch the idyllic Myanmar sunset from Lake Inle overshadowed by the majestic Shan Mountains. Fringed by marshes and famous for its floating villages and gardens, here you will have the opportunity to view unique stilt houses, and perhaps spot local Intha people as they steer their fishing vessels home for the evening using their legs. As the sun sets and peace descends you can reflect on your amazing journey through Myanmar.
• 2 hours
A must experience on any journey to Myanmar, the natural beauty and serenity of Inle Lake. A full day guided expedition by boat of the lake will have you witness the many different villages and ethnic cultures that inhabit the area. In addition to the stilt houses and locals you will encounter the Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, Inn Paw Khon Village and the Nga Phe Kyaung Monastry.
• 7 hours
Take a private half-day boat tour on Inle Lake for an intimate experience of daily life for the Intha people. Your guide shows you floating villages and farms, and introduces you to a farming family. Visit their home for conversation, taste the local cuisine, and explore the village. Includes private guide and boat, snacks, and pickup and drop-off at select hotels.
• 4 hours
Join this tour to learn cultural diversity in Shan state Myanmar as there are many ethnic groups there.This is the best way to learn the hidden and self-contained tribes at the same time trekking through the nature’s amazing villages. The region is home to Shan , Pao , Danu Taungyoe , Inthar and other minority people each with their own culture , tradition and language. While trekking, you will sleep at local house or monastery so you will learn how local people are living.
• 2 days
This trip allows us to explore the highlights of Inle Lake and its surrounding areas. See the unique leg-rowing fishermen and visit some of silk and cotton weaving villages. You also have chance to visit the holiest sites in this area of Shan State, the Phaungdaw Oo Pagoda .
• 1 day
Inle is one of the most popular destinations in the Shan State. The lake is full of floating vegetation and houses. The lake dwellers are one-legged rowers and they have gained worldwide recognition for this unique way to propel them over the lake. They are called as "Inthar" which means people of the lake which make their living by fishing. There are about 18 villages around the lake which people here are Buddhist and about a hundred Buddhist monasteries can be found as well as a lot small pagodas can be found too. Our full day covers an extensive part of the lake, its inhabitants and religious sites that simply cannot be missed.
• 9 hours
It is located south of Sakangyi and south-west of Taunggyi. Bawrithat Pagoda lies in the southern part of the town. Nyaungshwe the tourist hub for visiting Inle Lake and Inlay Lake Wetland Sanctuary. It consists of one main thoroughfare with numerous side streets and a few parallel roads. The main street has numerous shops, several restaurants, a few stupas, travel agencies and a market (located behind the storefronts). Near the end of this road, a bridge crosses the river channel near an impressive mirror-tiled stupa.The town serves as a marina for the numerous long boats carrying tourists into the lake. The lake itself is located a few kilometers south through a river channel.Nyaungshwe can be reached by bus, car, or by plane via the airport in Heho, located about a one-hour drive away.
• 9 hours
• Located on The Shan Hill, Shan State in Myanmar, • Second Largest Lake in Myanmar • Famous leg rowers, • Typical floating gardens • Floating market (only market day) • Local methods of fishing by leg rowing
• 10 hours
Enjoy 3 days of trekking through the Shan mountains from Kalaw to Inle Lake. You’ll be sleeping in local homestays along the way and true experts when it comes to this popular trekking route. Each day features around 6 hours of walking with all of your meals supplied. Along the way you’ll make stop offs at different ethnic tribe villages, getting to know the different cultures along with local traditions.
• 3 days
Take part in a 2 day trek through the Shan mountains from Kalaw to Inle Lake. Sleep in a local homestay for one night along the way and true experts when it comes to this popular trekking route. Both days will feature around 5 - 6 hours of walking with all of your meals supplied. You'll stop off at various different villages during the trek, meeting locals from different ethnic tribes. Once you reach Inle Lake, a boat will be waiting to transport you to Nyaung Shwe or your hotel.
• 2 days