Burma family itineraries

With its beautiful white sandy beaches, glittering temples, ramshackle ruins and spectacular scenery, Burma is a delightfully family-friendly destination. All of our itineraries will be tailored to your own particular family, but we have put together two example itineraries here to give you a taste of what you can do and see on a family trip to Burma.

The first itinerary, ‘Burma in the Summer’ is ideal for travel during July and August. At this time the beaches are closed so the tour concentrates on the dry central plains where you will get the best of the weather.

The second itinerary ‘Burma at Christmas or Easter’ is perfect for travel any time from October to April, when it will be generally dry and sunny throughout the country. This holiday therefore also includes a few days on a beautiful beach at the end, for a bit of R and R.

Myanmar itineraries - Burma itineraries - Bein Bridge at sunset

15 Days

Visit Mandalay, Ava, Irrawaddy River, Mingun, Sagaing, Bagan, Mount Popa, Kalaw, Inle Lake & Yangon.

From £1,500 per person

Plus international flights starting at £650

Burma itineraries - child monks jumping on the Mya Thein Tan Pagoda at Bagan

15 Days

Visit Yangon, Mandalay, Irrawaddy River, Bagan, Nyaung Shwe, Mount Popa, Kalaw, Inle Lake & Ngapali Beach.

From £1,500 per person

Plus international flights starting at £650

As ever, these example Burma family itineraries are just a guide as to the kind of holiday that we can arrange for you. We will tailor the exact programme to your own particular family and requirements. Do get in touch as soon as you are ready to start planning or if you’d like to talk with someone with firsthand knowledge.

Rest assured that our holidays are 100% financially protected with the Travel Trust Association, number Q0176, and we have ATOL certification, number T7608, provided by the Civil Aviation Authority.


Call us and we will be happy to provide you with a free-of-charge no obligation itinerary and quotation designed for you.

01728 752751

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