Welcome to Burma, or Myanmar as it is now known, is still unfamiliar territory for most of us. This only makes the prospect of a holiday in Myanmar all the more exhilarating. When you think of Myanmar your mind might not immediately jump to biking and cycling, but seeing ‘Burma by bike’ is actually one of the best ways to see this wonderful country, with its Buddhist temples, ancient sites and breathtaking gardens.

If a trip to Myanmar is on the cards, and you’re a keen cyclist in search of a little adventure, then a bike tour could be ideal. You can soak up the sights and sounds of different parts of the country, you can travel off the beaten track, and you can visit areas rarely witness by outsiders. You can pedal past the sublime pagodas in Bagan and experience the natural beauty of the Inle Lake and its floating gardens and houses on stilts.

If you want to experience Myanmar for yourself then why not book through Ayuda Myanmar Travel? We’ve got cycling day tours on offer, and we’ve got our ‘Best Bike Tour’, the latter of which covers most of the important tour sites. There’s so much to see and absorb in Myanmar, so why not make it your next holiday destination? 

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Myanmar Bicycle Tour

Win Bo Bo, the owner of Ayuda Myanmar Travel, arranged a superb 17-day bicycle trip through central Myanmar, including Mandalay, Bagan, Kalaw, and Inle Lake. The route, facilities, guiding and transportation could not have been better in this developing country. The people are friendly, the cultural sights amazing, and the experience absolutely wonderful. We have recommended Ayuda Myanmar Travel to our friends and encourage anyone traveling to Myanmar to go with this company.

Visited April 2015
Carol & Pete

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Address : Room.31, 4th Floor, Building-5, Wai Pone La Housing Complex, North Okkalapa, Yangon, Myanmar.

Phone : (+951) 9 692, 498, (+951) 9 692, 499, +95 95195863

Email : info@ayudamyanmartravel.com

Website : www.cyclinginmyanmar.com

Skype ID : winbobo.ayudamyanmartravel

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