Thema: Crossing Myanmar in April 2015 (Thailand to India) - Travelmates wanted!  (Gelesen 731 mal)

agtex

Hi all together,

we are actually travelling back overland from Australia to Germany with our Pajero and will cross Myanmar from Thailand to India (Myawaddy/Maesot -> Tamu/Moreh)  starting between 10th to 12th of April 2015.
Actually we are 4 guys with 2 4WDs confirmed for 9 day trip and have contact to some other possible participants.

The current itinerary looks like this (not fixed yet):

Day 01: Measot/Myawaddy - Hpaan - Golden Rock (270 km, 7 hour drive)
Day 02: Golden Rock - Naypyidaw (370 km, 7 hour drive)
Day 03: Naypyidaw - Bagan (285 km, 5 hour drive)
Day 04: Bagan Sightseeing
Day 05: Bagan - Mount Popa - Mandalay (250 km, 5.30 hour drive)
Day 06: Mandalay Sightseeing
Day 07: Mandalay - Monywa Sightseeing (130 km, 3 hour drive)
Day 08: Monywa - Kalaymyo (240 km, 7 hour drive)
Day 09: Kalaymyo - Tamu border (100 km, 3 hour drive)


What’s included:
-08 night accommodation.
-Escort English speaking guide.
-Pilot car.
-Meals as mentioned.
-Permission documents.
-Excursions at Bagan, Mandalay, Golden Rock.
-Bottled drinking water.

Not included in the price:
-Local airport departure taxes - payable locally on each departure (10 USD from Yangon)
-Travel insurance.
-Zone fees for sightseeing (Bagan, Mandalay, Golden Rock, Yangon)
-Items of a personal nature such as laundry, drinks, etc.
-Tips for your guide and driver (discretionary).
-Any camera or video fees at any sites.
-International flights.
-Visa on arrival.

The costs are about 1050 USD for 4 people (must be confirmed again, because prices will rise up in 2015 but we propably get the old price) and will significantly go down with an increasing number of participants!

So if somebody is interested to join us with his bike / car / truck please contact us ASAP because booking should be done in the next weeks.


Cheers,
Steven

Makavelis

Hello Steven,
is it possible to join you in your car or are you looking for someone who brings his own vehicle?

best regards

martin

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