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Burma - Classic
Burma - Classic

Tour Overview

redspokes Burma cycle tour begins in Yangon with a sunset trip to the splendid Swedagon Pagoda. Combining highlights of Myanmar’s cultural and geographical wonders we visit Inle lake in the north enjoying a memorable boat trip, where you will witness the unique Intha oarsmen navigating their traditional leg-rowed boats and encounter Pao hill tribes who come to the area to trade their wares.

Cycling along picturesque roads we visit the Pindaya Caves; a magnificent Buddhist pilgrimage site with over 8 000 statues, located within limestone ridge. We continue along a rural inland route through forested areas of banana and coconut trees and farmland with a wide variety of crops from rice fields to peanuts, sesame and peas to reach the mighty volcanic Mount Popa. Ascend all 777 steps to the summit for panoramic views, sacred symbolism and pilgrims not forgetting the local monkeys. Our journey ends in Bagan.  Dating back to the 11th Century, this is one of the world's most significant historic and religious sites and the former capital of the ancient Kingdom of Pagan. Here you can explore the many stupas, the old town, Nyaung Oo Market and the shimmering Shwezigon Pagoda.

We return to Yangon for the final day of our tour. redspokes classic Burma tour will leave you with lasting memories of Myanmar culture, rural landscapes and intriguing cities.

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Key details of our Cycling holiday in Burma:

Tour Features

  • Yangon: Shwedagon Paya, circle train, bazaars.
  • Inle Lake: stilt-houses, Intha leg-rowing oarsmen.
  • Shan, Pa-O, Taung Yo, Danu, minority markets
  • Pindaya Caves: 8,000 Buddhist statues.
  • Mt. Popa: volcanic mountain shrine.
  • Bagan: UNESCO World heritage stupas and pagodas.
  • Bagan: Nyaung Oo Market, Shwezigon Pagoda
Cycle Holiday Tour Difficulty: 4/10 - Moderate

Ride Difficulty
4/10 - Moderate

Average Daily Distance: 76km / 50 miles

Avg. Daily Distance
76km / 50 miles

Number of Cycle Days: 6

Number of Cycle Days
6 days

Maximum Altitude: 1,476m / 4,824ft

Max Altitude
1,476m / 4,824ft

Example route for this Burma cycling holiday

This map is for illustration purposes only and may not show the exact route taken on this Burma tour.