Southeast Asian Travel Company Now Offers Exotic Trips To Myanmar
April 10, 2012 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel NewsExotic Voyages, Southeast Asia's leading luxury travel company, now offers exclusive trips for small groups to the exotic country of Myanmar. The travel company already provides tourists with first-class tours to Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.
Kim McCluskey, who runs the the U.S. office for Exotic Voyages says that high demand and interest in Myanmar were the contributing factors in adding the country to its list of touring countries. "Myanmar is a very exciting new travel destination that is quickly gaining in popularity, we're excited to be able to take people there" Kim explains.
Offering Luxury Tours in countries such as Myanmar is not a new concept for Exotic Voyages. According to the company, it has the experience backed by thousands of happy customers. Kim notes, "We currently serve over 15,000 travelers each year and have been operating since 1999 out of our head office in Hanoi, Vietnam."
In short, a journey into Myanmar will reveal a country whose culture has been largely unaffected from Western influence. Here, many local customs and traditions are still followed as you step back in time in this exciting travel destination. Exotic Voyages says that tourists will witness stunning scenery, quiet, beautiful, untouched beaches and magnificent architecture – to name just a few of Myanmar's many benefits.
On the company's website, visitors will find a treasure trove of information about the destinations it serves. They will also see many pictures that capture a glimpse of what's in store during their tour. Finally, they can obtain the latest 2012 Travel Catalog, find answers to FAQ and contact the company directly to have a custom tour designed.
For the sake of convenience, Exotic Voyages has offices in the US, UK, Germany, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Laos.
Travelers can go to http://www.exoticvoyages.com for more information on Exotic Voyages. Alternatively, they can call toll-free at 1-800-858-4114 (US & Canada) and for visitors in the UK, they can contact them toll free at 0800 975 5381.