You will arrive in Mandalay and Love Velo will meet you at the airport. After a bike fitting, we go for a nice short introductory ride which stretches out across the tranquil countryside with onl...Show More
Following a short transfer out of the hustle and bustle of Mandalay, our ride starts out passing through farms and villages where, instead of fighting traffic, we will be encountering friendly sm...Show More
Today we ride to Mount Popa, located 50km south east of Bagan. Enjoy the scenic views as we cross palm forests and observe the traditional lifestyle of the farming villages. When we arrive in Pop...Show More
We again ride close to Mount Popa, an extinct volcano standing at over 1500 meters and which Buddhists believe to be home to Burmese spirits. Leave your bikes at the foot of the mountain and star...Show More
The morning we have the option to start off with an awe inspiring hot-air balloon ride above the Bagan countryside. This is a truly once in a lifetime opportunity for a bird's eye view of the su...Show More
This morning we fly to Heho, in the heart of the Shan State. Upon arrival at Heho airport, we ride through the rolling Shan Hills on quiet roads towards Pindaya. The road winds past farms of cau...Show More
Don't fill up too much on breakfast as immediately after, we will visit the local daily market where farmers come to sell their fresh produce. We then begin our journey to Kalaw, originally an a...Show More
After breakfast, we transfer by car to Aung Ban and start peddling towards Indein through small villages on the western side of Inle lake. We bike through pristine nature and enjoy views of farmi...Show More
The tour will start with a boat ride from your hotel to the village of Nan Thei. After a gentle stroll from the lakeside to the village we start our bike ride which is our last day on the bike in...Show More
We fly to Yangon in the morning and in the afternoon we will visit Kyaukhtatgyi Pagoda to see a 70 meter long reclining Buddha. Afterwards, we continue uptown in order to make a quick stop by the...Show More
Breakfast will be served at your hotel and we will transfer you to Yangon International Airport to catch your flight time.
If you're looking for an authentic Asian experience, cycling in the land of the golden spires offers awe-inspiring scenery, fascinating history and astonishing natural beauty. From the sparkling waters of Inle Lake and the stilt houses and floating gardens that sit atop the water, to gigantic centuries old Buddhas and temples, cycling in Myanmar offers an experience like no other.
Be patient with a young tourism industry and a country only open for travel, and you will be rewarded with a mystical, beautiful and fascinating cycling holiday.
Although Myanmar has two distinct weather seasons, you can cycle in Myanmar at any time of the year. Myanmar's dry season runs from October to May and the wet season from June to early October. March to June is usually the hottest of the year and the colder months follow the end of the rainy season, from October to December.