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The adventure blood is flowing through your vessels? You want to discover this untouched country in a totally new way? This 7-day tour is your perfect choice. You will be leaded on your motorbike on off-the-beaten tracks to explore the greatest highlights of the Golden Land, including regions of Mandalay, Inle and Bagan. Discover the local destinations in all their beauty of culture, customs and meet all the friendly Burmese people on your path. Why are you hesitating? Get ready with Myanmar Private Holidays!
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(NOTE: This day is not a motorbike tour but just classic one)
Welcome on your arrival. You will be warmly greeted by our driver and guide at the airport, bus station or train station and transferred to the hotel to meet your bikes and have a quick day tour of Mandalay and the surrounding area. Over dinner we will go over the trip ahead and general driving precautions in Myanmar.
- Distance between Mandalay – Pindaya – 210 KM
- Estimate driving hours with no stop – five hours
- Road condition - Tarred, winding mountain road with some pot holes, mostly uphill. Medium to light traffic.
After breakfast at your hotel we head out of the congested city until we reach “Han Myit Moe Town” and then, continue driving to Myo Gyi (Another 30 to 40 minutes drive), where you can have a little break at a tea shop before we to the hills of Shan state – and until you get to Ywa Ngan “ The biggest village of Southern Shan state on the way to Pindaya (Distance between Myo Gyi & Ywa Ngan is 68 Km). Enjoy a lunch break at a good local restaurant in Ywa Ngan. And if time permits, we take the track to some tribal village of “DANU TRIBE” around Ywa Ngan. Afterwards, we will continue straight to Pindaya enroute "Pway Hla Village", the most beautiful village near Pindaya then check in hotel and overnight stay at Pindaya Hotel in Pindaya
(Optional home stay at local village monastery in Kan Hla Kone Village – 30 minutes drive from Pindaya and the authentic village of Palaung Tribe located the mountain above Pindaya - Village monastery in this village is quite big (Only four Buddhist monks resided in) - New blanket – mattress-pillows shall be provided by monastery and clean toilet is also available)
- Distance between Pindaya – Baw Sai - Heho - Inle en route – 68 KM
- Estimate driving hours with no stop – one and half hours
- Road condition- Tarred, winding mountain road with some pot holes, mostly uphill and downhill Medium to light traffic.
This morning, enjoy breakfast at your hotel before we visit Pindaya, which is famous for its Buddha filled cave, which we cannot leave out and will visit in the morning. We set off toward Nyaung Shwe in Inle Lake and start driving to Inle through Baw Sai road. Traveling by motorbike is one of the most pleasurable ways to admire the countryside, passing ethnic villages that are usually off the tourist trail and through countryside that is seldom seen. When we arrive in Nyaung Shwe we will meet our local guide and he will take us for an afternoon ride up in the mountains to meet the local Pa-O villagers before we return to our hotel. Overnight stay at hotel in Nyaung Shwe .
- Distance between Inle - Kalaw – 70 KM
- Estimate driving hours with no stop – one and half hours
- Road condition- Tarred, winding mountain road with some pot holes, mostly uphill and downhill and medium to light traffic.
A trip to Inle lake wouldn’t be complete without a tour on the lake so we will start the day with a boat tour of the lake's attractions. We will start cruising for sightseeing from Nyaung Shwe then continue sightseeing in Inle with a visit to floating garden of Inle lake . cruising around the floating villages and the village of weaving factories then the boat will be cruising along the small canal of Inle lake heading to “ Indein ” known as the hidden charm of Inle lake and located on the western lakeshore where all your motorbike are already transported to. Heading off to Kalaw – The Former British Hill Station thickly surrounded by Pine Trees then overnight stay in a quaint hotel in heavily wooded area in Kalaw .
- Distance between Kalaw - Mt.Popa – 230 KM
- Estimate driving hours with no stop – five hours
- Road condition- start driving with steep and winding mountain road with some pot holes, mostly downhill and tarred road with light traffic, varied scenery and lots of stops
After Breakfast at your hotel, you are suggested to enjoy a little bit of Kalaw by driving through the colonial styles buildings and then begin our day of all sealed roads to Mount Popa en route Meikthila We will quickly descend down winding roads until we are back to the lowlands of middle Myanmar until we get to Meikhtila for lunch break then. We will pass through the arid rolling hills and plains to get to Mt Popa in time to enjoy sunset from either our hotel or the volcanic mountain itself and overnight stay at hotel in Mt.Popa.
OPTIONAL SPECIAL DINNER IN BAGAN
Starting in October, the luxury river cruiser Belmond Road to Mandalay will open its doors to a limited number of outside guests on Friday and Saturday evenings for an exclusive dining experience mid-river near Bagan. Diners will have the opportunity to experience Belmond’s signature five-star service and cuisine while enjoying our newly-renovated dining venue on the Observation Deck, the largest outdoor space on any ship in Myanmar. The Road to Mandalay Grill is the perfect spot for an unforgettable meal in one of the country’s most incredible cultural destinations.
Contact our travel consultant for more details.
- Distance between Mt.Popa - Bagan – 67 KM
- Estimate driving hours with no stop- one hour and ten minutes
- Road condition- tarred road with light traffic, varied scenery and lots of stops
This morning after breakfast, we are heading off to Bagan through typical villages including a visit to “ Set Set Yoe Village where Burmese kids with forgotten hair knots with on their head can be seen then stop by toddy palm groves and jaggery cottage industry then continue driving straight to Bagan to explore the archaeological treasure of Myanmar either travel by motorcycle, van or horsecart depending on your preference. And enjoy sunset and overnight at hotel in Bagan.
- Distance between Bagan - Mandalay – 180 KM
- Estimate driving hours with no stop – four hours
- Road condition - tarred road with medium to light traffic, varied scenery of countryside and lots of stops
Our last day of riding will be on mostly sealed roads with a few river (dry and wet) crossings before we get back to Mandalay. We'll try and get back to make it to the longest teak bridge in the world at sunset in Amarapura . At night we'll have a final goodbye dinner at a local BBQ buffet restaurant.
End of the trip
Special Note: Time consumption for permission application is minimum one month ahead of clients’ arrival date to Myanmar. Only national guide (Licensed tour guide) is required to take care of clients throughout the trip for this kind of adventurous tour. Well trained guides or well experienced guides for guiding inland Motorbike Tour is just handful …Early assignment is better to grab qualified and quality guide for guiding inland motorbike tour.
PRIVATE TOUR RATE: Prices are quoted in US Dollars per person double occupancy
Land Tour/ pp
Find below the detailed list of items that are required in the Tour for the safety & comfort level. We do not provide any of these, so we highly suggest to our all Riders to bring all of the required items mentioned below:
Clothing & Other Kit:
You will need a passport with valid visa, appropriate travel insurance and an international driving permit.
Even at high altitudes at the Shan Plateau can be surprisingly cold in winter. But nothing can be taken for granted and although rain is rare there is always the chance of wet weather. When overcast, things can get chilly at night and at the highest points there is a remote possibility of snow. The maximum temperature is likely to be around 30ºC; the minimum 12ºC at night in hilly regions of Shan State.
Your main bag must be 'soft' and not a suitcase
While you don't have to be an athlete to join us on this adventure, we would not recommend this tour to those who cannot, for instance, climb a flight of stairs without puffing and blowing. Please note that there are some long days in the saddle. We reach some hig altitudes on this tour, so if you have any existing medical condition, please consult your doctor before booking.
While we insist those joining us have a full motorcycle licence, and recommend a minimum of two year's riding experience, time in the saddle and miles ridden are of more relevance to an adventure like this. Riding in Myanmar is very different from Europe and although the speeds at which we travel are relatively low, demands on planning and observation are high. Other factors making demands on riders are the heat (and possibly cold), conditions of the road – including sections of unpaved dirt – and getting used to the bikes' reversed foot controls
Health & Hygiene:
Although there is always the chance of getting a 'holiday tummy', following a few simple guidelines keeps the chances of this to a minimum. The tour will be accompanied by a medic with extensive kit to deal with any problem. If you have any pre-existing medical condition, it is essential that you consult your physician before booking.
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