A fascinating journey that bring you from the bustling Yangon to the majestic temples of Bagan; from the ethnic groups of the northeast to those of Inle Lake and its famous festival; then onto the religious and ancient capital of Mandalay, proudly set on the banks of the mythical Irrawaddy River.
Myanmar is an irresistible country with its great cultural richness, however it can also rouse a negative response with its well-known internal political situation. Majestic sites like Bagan, Inle Lake, or Mandalay; a multitude of ethnicities that can be found along peaceful backroads; beautiful temples: all this invites you to this meditative journey. By spending your money in its local economy you will help support this friendly population and encourage further the recent political changes.
One thing is certain, you must definitely go to Myanmar.
The montane rain forest and its famous quetzal, the Caribbean coast and the imperial toucan, the Pacific coast and the mythical jaguar: three icons over a myriad of others. Costa Rica offers much more to attentive observers: with a surface as large as Switzerland, there is no lack of opportunities to make magnificent observations. It is also a country which has made the choice of preservation and ecotourism, and which contains a trove of other natural treasures.
The winter light in Iceland is magical, during the day the sun reflects off the ice and snow, and when dark falls the aurora borealis is spectacular. In February, the day-lenght is almost the same length as in Switzerland and there is great opportunity for snow-shoeing. The mix of snowshoes, relaxing in hot springs, the magical light and the aurora borealis is an experience not to be missed!
Explore a beautiful part of the world during the day, and its starry sky at night! Accompanied by an expert in astronomy you live for a week just outside Ouarzazate, 1,150 meters above sea level in the Moroccan desert, where the sky is still clear and not subject to light pollution, and where planets are revealed. A superb stay mixing exploration of the foothills of the Atlas and observation of the sky, aimed at travelers attracted by the stars.