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Tailor-Made Myanmar Honeymoons

Inspired luxury travel to Myanmar, designed for you

Romantic, personalised trips through Myanmar’s beguiling cultural attractions and idyllic, untouched beaches

Experience an enchanting, private honeymoon to Myanmar (formerly Burma) with Jacada Travel. We can help you create an unforgettable beginning to married life in this sublimely beautiful, spiritual country, from sunrise hot air balloon rides over temple-strewn Bagan, to sunset cruises on the Irrawaddy River.

We’ll make sure you stay at the best hotels, enjoy seamless transfers between locations, have the finest local guides to show you around, and organise private tours according to your interests, with a completely bespoke itinerary.

A honeymoon to Myanmar offers much more than just beach lounging: take a nostalgic horse and carriage ride, cycle through rural teak villages, and visit ancient Buddhist monasteries and caves filled with golden effigies. The serene Inle Lake offers a peaceful highland escape where you can witness the leg-rowing technique of the local fishermen, and when idyllic beach relaxation is the order of the day, you’ll find long stretches of palm-lined white sand by the dazzling blue Indian Ocean at Ngapali, where you can take time to relax in one another’s company in this untouched, exotic destination.

For a luxury honeymoon full of adventure and intrigue, give our expert Myanmar travel designers a call to create your perfect, personalised honeymoon.

Whatever you want from your Asia tour, our team of expert travel designers are ready to help.

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Need to Know

22:01 is the local time
Kyat is the local currency
Nay Pyi Taw is the capital city
Yangon is the country's largest city

When to go

Myanmar has a tropical climate and is warm year-round. The drier winter months are best for travelling, with cooler night-time temperatures. Bagan and Mandalay are the hottest and driest regions and best avoided in summer.

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