Venture to Myanmar Wildlife Sanctuary
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.