Discover the ethnic Shan and Intha people with this biking and boating experience around Inle Lake.
Get a whole new perspective on the wonders of Myanmar with one of Khiri Travel’s unique tours for first-time travellers – putting famed destinations and celebrated hotspots in a whole different light.
Myanmar’s isolated Kayah State is home to the Kayan people, a sub-group of the Karenni, who still practice animism, erect totem poles and rely on their own herbal medicines and remedies to survive.
This small lodge near Inle Lake is a hidden secret when traveling between the Palaung tribes in Kayah State and the iconic lake in Shan State.
After escorting a BBC film crew through Shan State, Khiri Travel can now obtain a special travel permit to access remote areas of eastern Myanmar.
Edwin Briels introduces a CBT product in tribal areas of Myanmar featuring visits to Kalaw, Inle Lake and remote villages inhabited by Kayan women wearing neck rings.
Kayah State is Myanmar smallest state and tucked away between the Southern part of Inle Lake and the Northern part of Kayin State.
4-wheel drive trip through Eastern Shan State – a trip from Inle Lake to Kengtung crossing the mountainous region of Eastern Shan state – a unique adventure to areas very few have been before.
Tour Guide, Mr. Pyo Thet Aung, is young in age but already possesses successful skills in communication, understanding cultural norms, and an ability to negotiate compromises.
Khiri Travel Myanmar offers a pleasurable way to explore the beautiful setting and unique traditions of Inle Lake, just named as the country’s first UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.