Capture stunning landscape
Get amazed by the jungle and mountain area in Kan Hlan Konr and shoot the best photo of fishermen on the Inle lake showing their special fishing technique.
Snap the local life through your license
Portrait elderly men and women at the Home for Ages in Mingun. Catch everyday life in local villages away from the tourists at Shan Kalay Island and a tropical plantation field.
Frame iconic Myanmar
Zoom in on Bagan, one of the world’s wonder and capture the “Golden Rock” in the sunset light. Focus on the pagodas with monks walking towards prayers in the largest city, Yangon.
Your adventure in Myanmar has started.
Settle into a morning flight from Yangon to Bagan.
Photo shooting highlight: Sunset shot from one of the best temples in Bagan.
Use the day in Bagan – one of the world’s wonder alongside Angkor in Cambodia and Borobudur in Indonesia.
Photo shooting highlight: Insight shooting of a temple with natural rays.
Fly from Bagan to Mandalay, the second largest city in Myanmar, a population of one million souls and busy economic hub of the top half of Myanmar. Home to plenty of famous sights which including the most photogenic and interesting insights.
Photo shooting highlight: Capturing the local life in a local village on the Shan Kalay Island.
Get ready for a busy day with enthusiasm throughout the whole day, as the day will start with a beautiful sunrise and end with a stunning sunset.
Photo shooting highlight: Shoot some great shots of elderly men an women at the Home For Ages in Mingun.
Leave Mandalay and head to Monywa, located 180 km away.
Photo shooting highlight: The stunning Kaung Mu Daw Pagoda in Sagaing for some architecture pictures.
Excursion to Poe Win Taung located beyond Chindwin River. Transfer to Jetty and take the ferry to cross Chindwin River. Take a one hour drive to Poe Win Taung “ Natural Cave “
Photo shooting highlight: Beautiful cave decorations at the Poe Win Taung Cave.
Settle into a morning flight from Mandalay to Heho.
Photo shooting highlight: Portraits of local people in Pauk Par Village.
Boat down to the west of Inle Lake through a long narrow canal to Indein village, known for its market and two groups of ancient pagodas.
Photo shooting highlight: Pictures of the iconic fishermen a the Inle Lake.
Travel from Inle to Kan Hla Kone village, a little village of the Pa O Tribe where they grow oranges and tea leaves at plantations. It is the best village to discover the daily life of the hill tribes through your lens and the village activities.
Photo shooting highlight: Best shooting opportunities for landscape photography.
Set off for a pleasant drive to Kyaikhtiyo, home to one of Myanmar’s most well-known landmarks. Renowned for its unstable location and religious significance, the ‘Golden Rock’ is a massive boulder covered entirely in gold leaf and precariously balanced right on the edge of a jagged cliff.
Photo shooting highlight: The view of the mountain where Kyaikhtiyo is located.
Visit the Golden Rock
Photo shooting highlight: The breathtaking landmark of Myanmar, the ‘Golden Rock’.
Lounge on the beach and let the sand kiss your toes!
Vietnam’s 3,444 km (2,140 miles) long coastline and tropical/ subtropical climate make it the perfect place for those who wish to spend their holidays swimming warm turquoise water and sunbathing on a white-sand beach, at all times of the year!
PHU QUOC – FLY from SAIGON Ready your senses for something truly exceptional, Phu Quoc is worth the wait. Extruding an atmosphere of elegant nonchalance, this island paradise celebrates the benefits of returning to nature…(Read more)
NHA TRANG Wide Boulevards, white sandy beaches signal relaxation and happiness, the Nha Trang Bay is an attractive seaside stopover...(Read more)
CON DAO – FLY from SAIGON An hour flight from Saigon to the white-sand beaches, translucent water, well-preserved scenery. On the program: idleness, diving, trekking in the jungle and visiting the National Park to meet sea turtles…(Read more)
MUINE 4 hours’ drive from HCM, coconut trees, white sand, and ochre sand dunes, all on a canvas of deep blue sky. Just divine! You will have fun sledding on the sand dunes, and love the charming images of the animated port; A beach with a small market in that open fresh shellfish; and small round fishermen’s boats that are so special. Nature also offers you the sight of beautiful red canyons, the result of erosion in the rainy season….(Read more)
THE CULTURAL SIEM REAP – ANGKOR WAT 4 days/3 nights
Be enchanted by the awesome Temples of Angkor and the history of Khmer Kings discovered at the magnificent UNESCO Heritage site.
Day 1 – SAIGON – FLY – SIEM REAP Settle into a flight from Saigon to Siem Reap. Arrive and be welcomed by our guide and be transferred to your arranged accommodation. Overnight in a hotel with breakfast.
Day 2 – SIEM REAP – ANGKOR THOM – TA PHROM – ANGKOR WAT Arriving in Angkor Wat, you will rove among the ruins of the world’s most famous Hindu temple complexes, built for gods, and fit for kings: Baphuon (a temple in honour of another Hindu deity, Shiva) with its spectacular layered structure, the Terrace of the Leper King with its beautiful carvings of gods, nagas, and dancers; the Royal Enclosure and its small and particularly significant temple, Phimeanakas. Overnight in a hotel with breakfast.
Day 3 – SIEM REAP – BANTEAY SREI – BANTEAY SAMRE Advance to an off-the-beaten-track site, an hour away from Angkor Wat, encountering stunning Cambodian countryside and uncovering more temples: visit Banteay Srei, called the citadel of women and come face to face with the meticulously restored enclosed temple of Banteay Samre, complete with carvings of lions and nagas. Overnight in a hotel with breakfast.
Day 4 – SIEM REAP – TONLE SAP – Departure Travel to Tonle Sap and find yourself surrounded by a completely aquatic landscape, see how everyday life is transformed by its proximity to and dependence on water. Free time until your transfer to the airport for your departure flight
A natural wild and mysterious! /2 days 1 night
« History, Nature and Spirituality » are the word that resonates with travelers of this divine, landlocked country. “The ancient kingdom of a million elephants” reflects its rich historical heritage by the splendor of its many temples dedicated to Buddha.
1 – Luang Prabang – Highlights – Dinner on Cruise
Discover this serenity town, a designated UNESCO Heritage Site on Tuk Tuk to visit: The National Museum (Ancient Royal Palace), the Wat Xieng Thong, Wat Ahman, Wat Mai the richly decorated temple. See the Ock Pop Tok textile gallery. In the afternoon, embark on a traditional boat to cruise long Nava Mekong river. Enjoy dinner with Baci ceremony and traditional dance show. Overnight in a hotel with breakfast.
Day 2 – Luang Prabang – Khuang Sy Waterfall – Ethnic Minority Villages
Departure to the beautiful waterfalls Khuang Sy about 30km from Luang Prabang. En route, visiting min0rity villages such as H’mong village of Ban Thinkeo, Khmu village of Ban Thapaene and weaving village of Ban Xang Khong where traditional product also called Saa paper made from mulberry leaves. Get to the waterfall, nestled in the lush tropical vegetation, a beautiful clear pool for swimming. Back to Luang Prabang for your departure flight.
This is a middle-level Cycling Tour, appropriate for kids over 6 years old
This is a low-level Kayaking Tour, appropriate for kids over 6 years old
Your passport must be valid 6 months after the expected date of your departure from the country.
For Vietnam, we will take care of the whole process for your VISA on arrival.
Cost: $25 US dollars.
To make sure you will enjoy all of the activities included in this trip without missing of anything, here is a short list of what you should bring with you:
– Trekking shoes (or running shoes)
– A Raincoat