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Sampan Travel

Journeys on the edge of adventure in Myanmar and India
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February 2021
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Sampan creates journeys in Myanmar and India. Our journeys are for those seeking something different. They are journeys on the edge of adventure with authentic, unexpected experiences.

Our purpose is to create bridges between our guests and local people. To help travellers make a connection through unexpected encounters, to open their eyes to the possible and dive deep into remote destinations. All our journeys attempt to have a positive impact on local communities.

Our journeys are handcrafted. We offer full customization through an intimate service and personal recommendations. Sampan’s team is based on-the-ground. This means that we are able to greet most of our guests in person upon arrival. It also ensures that we are in rhythm with the beat of the region, abreast of developments and intimately familiar with our partners. We try everything before we recommend it to our guests.

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CEO, Sampan Travel

Hello everyone - my name is Bertie and I am the CEO of Sampan Travel.

It has been a horrible year for much of the world due to the pandemic. Myanmar has had an extra crisis to deal with since the military coup on 1 February. The situation continues to be very fractious here in Myanmar, but me and the team are still here and not going anywhere - we believe that this country has a great future and are dedicated to be a part of it.

We believe that responsible tourism has a part to play in the development of this country. We are using this time to train our team, reformulate our SOPs and manage our supply chain to ensure that our future tours have a measurable positive impact for the people of Myanmar.

You are all welcome to reach out to me with any questions about travel to Myanmar. Stay well.

1 year ago