From Ngapali Beach

Ngapali Beach is perhaps the most beautiful and famous beach of Myanmar’s extensive coastline and a great place to relax for several days. The area around Ngapali Beach offers numerous attractions to excite tourists beyond the sea and the sand. Our extensive range of day tours and short tours from Ngapali Beach provide a wealth of choices for tourists.

Birdwatching, Villages and Art Tour

Length: Half-Day-Tour

Birdwatching Villages Art Ngapali

This half-day-tour on foot tour includes bird-watching around Nghet Pyaw Chaung Lake, the view from Mya Taung Mountain, a visit to Mya Taung Pagoda, the beautiful view of the Bay of Bengal from Mya Pyin Village, and a visit to the art exhibition at Linn Thar Village.
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Amata Mountain Trekking Tour

Length: Half-Day-Tour

Amata Mountain Trekking

This tour takes you on a light trek to Amata Mountain where you will encounter wonderful ocean vistas, a meditation center and a standing Buddha image. You then proceed to Abe Village with its magrove forests and traditional lifestyle.
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Thandwe Village Tour

Length: Half-Day-Tour

Thandwe Village

The tour to Thandwe Village starts early so you can take in the majestic view of the sunrise over the Bay of Bengal. In Thandwe you will experience village life with visits to the local market and a traditional longyi weaving factory.
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Incorrupt Body of Monk Tour

Length: Day-Tour

Zalon Village

This tour is centered around a visit to the Thein Gone Kyaing Monastery at Zalon Village where there is an incorrupt body of the monk Sayadaw U Sajata. The tour also includes a trip to Thandwe Village to see the beautifult sunrise and experience village life.
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Kyeitali Community Based Tourism Initiative

Length: 3-Days/2-Nights

Local Community Kid on Turtle Ride

This projected program is for travelers who like to see natural marine resources and who respect the local lifestyle. This is an exciting new way to discover a relatively unknown and unspoiled Rakhine Coastal region. It is a chance to visit a remote destination while giving something back by helping the development of the local community.
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