Asia specialist Travel Indochina is adding tours to Burma following heightened worldwide interest in the Buddist country.
The operator is to run three additional departures on its 13-day ‘Burma Revealed’ small group itinerary in October, November and December.
The move follows Prime Minister David Cameron’s visit to the country with the tours including visits to Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay, Inle Lake, Pindaya Caves and Kalaw.
The company’s group tours to Burma will operate with a maximum of only 16 travellers with new departures on October 15, November 19 and December 31.
Prices lead in at £1,340 per person including 12 nights’ hotel accommodation, four domestic flights, transport in air-conditioned vehicles, sightseeing including entrance fees, a Western tour leader and local English-speaking guides. International flights and visas are not included.
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