Renowned in the annals of global adventurers a century ago yet little known to modern-day vagabonds, Myanmar—formerly known as Burma—has opened its doors after long being inaccessible to travelers. Experience what has until now remained in isolation, from Buddhist cultural treasures and traditional rural villages to unspoiled tropical landscapes, fascinating wildlife and pioneer ecolodges. We're sure you'll concur with Rudyard Kipling, who wrote, "This is Burma, and it is unlike any land you know about." That was in 1898—and it's still true today. Our unusual two-country itinerary includes not only the golden temples of Yangon and Bagan, but national parks and natural highlights of Myanmar, as well as three Thai national parks that comprise some of Southeast Asia's richest wildlife enclaves.