Offered through our sister company Travcoa, this adventure will introduce you to the timeless scenes of rural life, lush jungles, and golden temples of Thailand, Laos, and Cambodia. You'll also meet the unique hill tribes of Chiang Mai, and explore the temples of Angkor Wat and Ta Prohm.
Myanmar, Laos & Thailand
Travel as inspiration, as education, as a broadening of your horizons. The world expands as you journey on a Laos, Thailand, and Myanmar tour with Zegrahm Expeditions, venturing to the least-explored regions of Indochina. Our Thailand tours unlock the secrets of the Mekong River and travel inland to meet with traditional Thai weavers and to witness the sublime waterfalls of Pha Taem National Park. When you join our Myanmar tours and Laos tours, you’ll marvel at Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon, the whitewashed Mon Temple in Bagan, and the floating gardens of Inle Lake. We know adventure doesn’t have to be uncomfortable, so we’ve arranged for a hefty dose of luxury, including a stay at one of Thailand’s finest spa resorts.
Upcoming Myanmar, Laos & Thailand Expeditions
Intriguing IndochinaOctober 13 — October 25, 2018
Myanmar & Laos: Land of a Thousand TemplesNovember 23 — December 11, 2018
Journey with us into some of the least-explored regions of Indochina—Myanmar and Laos—where countless regal temples, lovely minority tribes-people, and stunning gardens await. Visit the Shwedagon Pagoda at sunset, the whitewashed Mon Temple in Bagan, and the floating gardens of Inle Lake.
Bay of Bengal: Chennai to YangonJanuary 20 — February 5, 2019
Join a brand-new expedition that offers the perfect mix of India's, Bangladesh's, and Myanmar's cultural and natural treasures. Highlights include spending two full days exploring the UNESCO World Biosphere-designated Sundarbans Reserve Forest, and visiting the stunning Shwedagon Pagoda.
Cultural Treasures of Northern Vietnam & LaosMarch 23 — April 7, 2019
With social anthropologist Shirley Campbell by your side, you'll enjoy this unique look at the people of Northern Vietnam and Laos. You'll meet with locals from Tai Dam and Tai Kao minority groups, and even join monks for their morning prayers in Luang Prabang.