A special visit to Taungbyone Festival - country's largest spirits (nats) worshipping festival held every year in August at a Taungbyone village located about 9 miles north east of Mandalay. One can study the spiritual belief and culture of Myanmar people.
Enjoying the Dummy Elephants festival a dance competition celebrating on full moon day of Thadingyut with artificial elephants constructed by bamboo, cloth, paper and as much gilt foil and glitter in Kyaukse Township which is located about 30 miles south of Mandalay.
Introduction tour to a major Myanmar religious festival yearly held in Lake Inle known as Phaungdaw Oo Pagoda Festival. One can observe the religious ceremony of the country, different type of hilltribes gathering around for celebrating of festival, traditional boat racing by legs.
A tour introducing two major famous festivals of Myanmar which is held every year in the month of Thadingyut - October wich the end of 3 months Lent of Buddhist moonsoon period. It also covers the major tourist destinations like Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay and Lake Inle too. One can also extend to famous Kyaikhtiyo - Golden Rock Festival which usually crowded with local regious groups celebrating light festivals.
A special tour covering the major tourist destinations of Myanmar schedule to meet the two famous festival of the country those are Phaungdaw Oo Pagoda Festival and Kyaukse Dummy Elephant Dancing Festival in the myanmar month of Thadingyut - October where the end of 3 months Lent period of Monsoon.
A tour to a major Myanmar religious festival yearly held in Taunggyi - the capital of Shan State known as Taunggyi Air Balloon Festival with a combination of visit to newly opened area like Sagar - a valley with numerous ancient pagodas.
A special visit to Naga Festival organized by government assigned tour operator. Naga were the hidden warriers living along Myanmar-India border. The tour combined with major tourirst detinations of Myanmar including Yangon, Mandalay, Bagan and Inle using air, land and water transports proportionally.