Programs in Myanmar

Programs in Myanmar

Student Travel Programs in Myanmar

Even though Rustic Pathways started full-time operations in Myanmar in 2002, the country has only recently opened to general tourists, which means its spectacular beauty is still largely untouched. All of our Myanmar program managers are native Burmese, enabling us to take students off the increasingly popular tourist track and into the villages and homes of their family and friends.

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An opportunity to learn and travel with other change makers around the world

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$4,695 plus
Age 14-18
18 Days
6 Service Hours
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Heart of Myanmar

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$4,295 plus
Age 15-18
18 Days
30 Service Hours
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Myanmar
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Hidden treasures of Southeast Asia during a unique self-directed adventure

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$4,895 plus
Age 16-18
18 Days
8 Service Hours
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An epic four-country journey through some of the most beautiful and serene locations in the region

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$7,295 plus
Age 16-18
25 Days
12 Service Hours
Myanmar is often described as the Golden Land because of its richness in natural resources and glittering pagodas. It’s filled with many unique cultures and generous people, as more than 135 ethnic groups call this country home. I love introducing our unique and fascinating culture to students who visit Myanmar with Rustic. — Chit Oo, Myanmar Country Director

Quote by: Hailing from Kengtung in eastern Shan State, Chit Oo has been an integral member of Rustic’s Myanmar team since 2009. With a degree in geography from Kengtung University, he enjoys sharing his Shan culture and stories of colorful Hill Tribe people with our students. Chit Oo has mastered English, Burmese, and Thai, and loves practicing his photography during programs.