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Authentic hill tribes with trekking adventure - Chin State Tour - Tour
Authentic hill tribes with trekking adventure - Chin State Tour
$ 1,365
5 Nights 6 Days
21 Feb, 22 Feb, 23 Feb, and more
Authentic hill tribes with trekking adventure - Chin State Tour
$ 1,365
This program  gives us opportunities to admire pristine natural wonders and historical heritages while taking into consideration the human factor by giving due respects to local lifestyle and preservation of their traditional ways of life. Its main theme is sustainability -supporting local communities and development of their livelihoods. The communities welcome both local and international travelers to visit their homeland to showcase their culture, the beautiful and lush nature and picturesque mountainous sceneries. If you are looking for authentic hill tribes experience or you are the one who truly wants to protect the environment from impacts of globalization while promoting sustainable development, there is no better choice than this venture into Chin region. This program is a collaboration with Bagan UNESCO World Heritage Site to explore the highlights of historic pagodas and temples.   read more read less
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Exploring Three Lakes of Myanmar - Tour
Exploring Three Lakes of Myanmar
$ 888
5 Nights 6 Days
21 Feb, 22 Feb, 23 Feb, and more
Exploring Three Lakes of Myanmar
$ 888
This tour is highlighted on/off the beaten track of Inle which supports communities by creating jobs and benefits for local people. It supports the development of several villages in Samkar Lake Region through enhancement of their cultural and natural heritage. The villages and Samkar Lake have been untouched by tourism development, and you can get there by a beautiful boat trip from bustling Nyaungshwe city. You can combine the trip to include two States, Shan and Kayah, to explore this amazing country. The most remarkable features are the leg-rowing fishermen on Inle Lake, Shan State and exotic Padaung Women with Brass Rings on the necks in Loikaw, Kayah State.   read more read less
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Adventure with Culture and Nature - Tour
Adventure with Culture and Nature
$ 1,115
7 Nights 8 Days
21 Feb, 22 Feb, 23 Feb, and more
Adventure with Culture and Nature
$ 1,115
This tour will give an amazing experience to those interested in both culture and nature. Start the tour with world famous Shwedagon pagoda which is the national pride of Yangon and Myanmar as a whole. And explore the pleasant May town (Pyin Oo Lwin) which used to serve as a summer capital for the British Colonial Administration to escape from Yangon’s heat. Travel to His-paw for the soft adventure authentic hill trek. Journey by train passing through Gokteik Viaduct which is the second highest railway bridge in the world. Explore the last capital of Myanmar Kingdom – Mandalay which is located in Central Myanmar, to explore its rich cultural heritages, along with traditional arts and crafts. Bagan, the old capital of the first Myanmar Empire, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Myanmar and recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  read more read less
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Venture to Myanmar Wildlife Sanctuary - Tour
Venture to Myanmar Wildlife Sanctuary
$ 1,207
8 Nights 9 Days
21 Feb, 22 Feb, 23 Feb, and more
Venture to Myanmar Wildlife Sanctuary
$ 1,207
As one of the Ramsar Sites in Myanmar, Meinmahla Island is a remote wildlife sanctuary in pristine conditions  - a must for wildlife enthusiasts and adventurers. The sanctuary is an ideal location to see wild estuarine crocodiles and explore mangrove forests, mudflats, and turtle nestling beaches. No less adventurous is trekking to Shan state, a region resided by a major Myanmar ethnic group, passing through paddy fields and pine groves along scenic routes abound with panoramic views on the Shan Plateau. Explore and try local foods and witness traditional livelihoods during your homestay. Inle Lake is the best place to explore floating gardens, traditional workshops like silversmith, blacksmith and looms in an outboard motorboat. In Yangon, experience the glittering Shwedagon Pagoda, the most famous tourist attraction of Myanmar.  About Mainmahla Kyun Wildlife Sanctuary Meinmahla Kyun Wildlife Sanctuary is a protected area in Myanmar located on an island in the Ayeyarwady Delta, covered by thick canopies of mangrove forests along its banks. You can see migratory water birds, saltwater crocodiles (the largest reptiles on the planet) and if you are lucky, you may even come across an occasional Irrawaddy dolphin. What to bring Hat, Sunglasses, Sun Protection, Insect Repellent, Flip Flops, Refill water bottle (provide by Sky Bird Travel) and Trekking Shoes. read more read less
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Impressing Myanmar Culture Overland - Tour
Impressing Myanmar Culture Overland
$ 746
6 Nights 7 Days
21 Feb, 22 Feb, 23 Feb, and more
Impressing Myanmar Culture Overland
$ 746
Based on culture, explore great Shwedagon pagoda and offer a prayer of wonder at the pyramid gold. Learn about Bago which was the ancient capital of the Mon Kings and of the second Myanmar Empire founded by King Bayintnaung. Kyeikhtiyio (golden rock pagoda), the mystical pagoda stands on a gilded boulder, precariously perched on the edge of the hill over 1100 meters above sea level. Mawlamyine, the capital of Mon State with a charm of its own with its rich history, buildings with colonial style architecture. Hpa-An is the capital of Kayin State which offers many scenic spots comprising of hills, rivers, farmlands and interesting natural limestone caves filling up many Buddhists statues. read more read less
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Picturesque memory with panoramic Mountain View in Kayan villages - Tour
Picturesque memory with panoramic Mountain View in Kayan villages
$ 1,051
6 Nights 7 Days
21 Feb, 22 Feb, 23 Feb, and more
Picturesque memory with panoramic Mountain View in Kayan villages
$ 1,051
This tour is focused on hill tribe villages around Kayah State (Myanmar Ethnic Group). You will experience the living style of Kayan people with brass rings on their neck which is an iconic symbol of Kayah State. Visit their homes, learning how to weave traditional textiles and make Kayan bracelets and taking photos with them. Inle Lake, the second largest lake in Myanmar, is surrounded by mountains. Nothing surpasses Inle in providing rest and recreation to the travel weary. Your attention will be riveted on leg rowers,  a creative breed of rowers you can’t find elsewhere in the world, the most famous and unique feature of Myanmar. Floating islands made up of compost and silt and Inthars (ethnic group) growing plants and flowers on their floating gardens are part of the attractions.  read more read less
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