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Myanmar Charity Challenges

With its ancient cities, striking landscapes and rich cultural traditions, Myanmar is a surprising destination with so much to offer your next charity challenge. Warm and welcoming, this is a stunning gem of Southeast Asia, yet to be consumed by Western culture.

Raise money for your favourite cause as you cruise the tranquil Irrawaddy River, kayak among the floating markets and villages of Inle Lake, trek through remote forests and hill tribe villages or join one of our superb cycle journeys and experience Myanmar’s lush landscapes by bike.

Explore the thousands of Buddhist temples, pagodas, palaces and monasteries that comprise the spectacular ancient city of Bagan—one of the world’s greatest archaeological sites, and tour the golden temples, sacred shrines, handsome colonial architecture and bustling markets of Yangon and Mandalay.

Our charity challenge experts can create a customised itinerary for your group or can match you with one of our upcoming challenges. Get in touch today and start planning your Myanmar adventure for a cause!

Upcoming charity challenges in Myanmar

 

A custom made itinerary is the ultimate way to see the world how YOU want. They are created especially for you, giving you complete freedom to choose what you want to see, where you want to go and when you want to do it. If you love our current itineraries but want to customise it privately as a couple, a group of friends, family, club, business or school, you have the freedom to add or remove as many elements as you like to suit the interests of your group. Alternatively, you can start with a blank canvas and create a new and exciting itinerary from scratch! Our well-travelled consultants can give you firsthand suggestions and eliminate any uncertainty with trip planning to ensure you maximise the quality of your experience and get truly off the beaten track. Simply email, phone or visit us to start planning your dream adventure.


No Fees for Charities

Unlike many other charity challenge providers, we do not charge charities service fees to operate a challenge, allowing you to raise more funds.

Custom Challenges

We offer you flexibility to customise a charity challenge to suit your needs and budget. Choose your own destination, departure date and charity.

Responsible Travel

For us it is important that our charity challenges protect the cultures and environments we visit - so sustainability is central to our planning.

Authentic experiences

Still relatively new to the tourism scene; Myanmar boasts an authentic culture preserved within the unique cities, towns and traditional hill tribes that our adventures encompass. From cultural and family touring to active adventures, our itineraries take you deep into the heart of this magical country on a journey you will never forget.

Ultimate value

Our Myanmar adventures offer you great value for money. While internal flight costs are included on all trips, our cycling trips feature a support vehicle for travellers who need a break. We aim to incorporate as many inclusions as possible in the tour cost, such as most meals, accommodation, transfers, gear hire and excursions.


 

Animal welfare focus

Myanmar is home to a number of threatened species that, due to a lack of environmental awareness, are often exploited for domestic consumption or sold illegally. We discourage our travellers from purchasing animal and plant products that exploit wildlife or aid in the destruction of species and habitats such as elephant ivory, tortoise shell, animal skins and traditional medicines made from animal parts or rare plants.

Community engagement

Our itineraries include much interaction with Myanmar's people, such as village walks in Bagan, visits to monasteries, excursions to the local markets, a ride on Yangon's circle train, cooking classes in family homes and lunch in a Nunnery.

Child safe tourism

We ask travellers to avoid giving money or sweets to children begging as it encourages this mentality instead of attending school. Instead, we suggest supporting local charities working to alleviate problems associated with poverty in Myanmar.