Now is the ideal time to discover seldom-visited Burma (Myanmar), a wonderfully picturesque land where immense golden spires rise up into the sky and thousands of pagodas, temples, and monasteries dot the gentle landscape. The sweet smell of incense fills the air and cymbals, gongs, and bells ring as throngs of the faithful pray to huge images of the Buddha.
Explore Rangoon, Pagan, and Mandalay: glimpse daily life on a morning stroll through a market, meet students and teachers in a local school, and sample delicious Burmese vegetarian cuisine. Enjoy two days at magical Inle Lake with its floating villages of the Intha peoples. Throughout the journey, our experts provide insight as you visit centers of great religious significance and social activity.
These exclusive 13-day expeditions accompanied by American Museum of Natural History Anthropologists are limited to 24 travelers and depart on September 28 or October 12, 2013. Learn more at amnhexpeditions.org or speak with an expedition specialist at 1.800.462.8687.
Save $100 per person on this or any of our 40+ expeditions when you mention “horizons.” Savings apply to new bookings placed by January 31, 2013
Call 1.800.462.8687 or visit amnhexpeditions.org To download ouR 2013 Travel Catalog