Nature and Wildlife Tours

Nature & Wildlife Tours in ASEAN Heritage Parks and more

Our Myanmar nature and wildlife tours offer the chance to get up close to Myanmar’s most amazing animals and birds, and also provide a chance to take in the natural and cultural beauty of Myanmar. Crocodiles, elephants, monkeys, deer and a wide variety of birds are just some of the animals you will see on these tours. These tour itineraries will also take you to seldom visited areas where you can see the rural way of life in Myanmar, and also to some of the country’s most famous destinations, such as Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay and Inle Lake.

Elephant Camp and Bird Watching

Length: 5-days/4-nights

Elephant Camp and Bird Watching

Experience two wildlife sanctuaries near Yangon where you will see elephants and Myanmar's diverse variety of birds. This tour takes you to Myaing Hay Wun Elephant Camp where you will ride elephants, watch elephant shows and also observe elephants in the wild. You then travel to Moe Yun Gyi wetland which is known as a paradise for birds in Myanmar. Tours of Yangon and the old town of Bago are also included.
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Nature & Wildlife Tour to Arakan State

Length: 7-Days/6-Nights

Sonneratia graffithii - Kyeintali

Nature and Wildlife Tour To Arakan State ( Rakhine state) 7 days/ 6 nights trip Kyeintali Town is situated in western part of Myanmar. It is located in the southern part of Rakhine State ( Arakan) where is the best place to see the Nature and Wildlife. It is comprised in the Arakan Elephant Sanctuary […]
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Beautiful Rakhine ( Arakan) Trip to Gwa

Length: 9 days / 8 nights

The beautiful beach of Gwa in Bay of Bengal

Gwa Town is situated in western part of Myanmar. It is located in the southern part of Rakhine State ( Arakan). Gwa Town is located beside of Bay of Bengal. It is lined on the Rakhine Coastal Line. Gwa is the last Town in southern part of Rakhine State. Gwa Town is closed and border to Ayarwaddy region. Gwa Town is about 175 miles away from Yangon and 85 miles away from Thandwe ( Sandoway). The coach ( Line Bus) are leaving daily from Yangon and Thandwe. The Rakhinese people and Bama people are staying in Gwa Township. The majority of dwelling people are working the fishery since near to the sea (Bay of Bengal). Some people are earning the farming, plantation, agriculture and dealer. All of local community are very honest and very good hospitality . Gwa Town is very beautiful and the land of natural scenic beauty.
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The Trip to Indawgyi Lake

Length: 8 days / 7 nights

Kayaking Activity in the Indawgyi Lake

Indawgyi Lake is one of the largest inland lakes in Southeast Asia. It is located in Monyin Township in the Kachin State of Myanmar. The lake measures 13 kilometres (8.1 mi) east to west, and 24 kilometres (15 mi) north to south. The predominant ethnic groups living in the surroundings of the lake are the Shan and the Kachin, who mainly practice agriculture.
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Wild Crocodile Watching

Length: 6-days/5-nights

Wild Crocodile Watching

This tour is centred around the Mainmahlakyun Wildlife Sanctuary where you will be able to watch wild crocodiles. In the area you will also have the chance to see fishing villages in the Delta Region and visit sea turtle island. Transport is mainly by ferry along the rivers of the Delta region south of Yangon. Tours of Yangon and Bogalay are also included.
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Wildlife Study Tour

Length: 15-days/14-nights

Wildlife Study Tour

This extended wildlife and nature tour takes you to a number of wildlife sanctuaries around Myanmar where you will have the chance to see a wide range of natural habitats and animals including elephants, deer and monkeys. The tour also includes visits to famous Myanmar destinations including Yangon, Mandalay and Bagan, as well as a scenic boat trip along the Ayeyarwaddy River.
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Wetlands and Wildlife Sanctuaries Tours

Length: 6-7 Days

We offer tours to the four most popular wetlands and wildlife sanctuaries in Myanmar: Moe Yun Gyi, MainmaHlakyun, Indawgyi Lake and Inle Lake. Each tour is six or seven days in length, departing from Yangon.
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