If you are nervous about the idea of exploring Myanmar by yourself or wish to make everything super easy then tailor made travel in Myanmar is a great option.
To Burma are experts at organizing trips perfect for individuals or your family. To Burma Tours has many local and expat experts. To Burma Tours has unique itineraries which can be customized to your needs as well as 24/7 assistance.
Our team of travel experts will create a personalized itinerary based on your personal interests and budget; all you need to do is tell us the kind of places you want to visit and what activities you’re most interested in doing.
Whether it is month long pilgrimage through Burma, a luxurious cruise down the Road to Mandalay, a weekend trip or a unique itinerary you have always dreamed about, we would love to arrange it for you.
You chose the departure date and you control the pace of the tour. You can always rest assured that our staff will be there to look after you and show you the best each destination has to offer: it’s your vacation and To Burma Tours will make sure it’s a ‘once-in-a-lifetime experience.’ SO PLEASE CONTACT US TODAY!
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Myanmar national parks and wildlife
Being closed for so long has meant that Myanmar has so much fauna and flora intact / remaining.
“It is incredibly rare to find such rich and diverse wildlife anywhere in the world today but certainly in Southeast Asia,” said Clare Campbell, Director of Wildlife Asia, an Australian conservation NGO.
Apart from the golden temples and pagodas or the enigmatic history, Myanmar National Parks delights the nature lovers via the real safari experience in the lush and mixed deciduous forest, hill grassland, pine trees, etc. The amazing wildlife makes the National Parks popular destinations for the adventurers in the world.
Myanmar Ecotourism has won the eco-tourists’ praises for its rich collection of national parks & wildlife. Some great options are Popa Mountain National Park, Alaungdaw Kathapa National Park, Lenya National Park, Lampi Island Marine National Park, National Kandawgyi Botanical Garden. These fantastic options ensure the eco-travelers to see the wildlife and biodiversity in Myanmar.
The once in a lifetime journey to some of the 40 National Parks in Burma, including the Wildlife Sanctuaries, Bird Sanctuaries, Protected Areas, etc. The parks are all managed by the Wildlife Department of Ministry of Forestry. So, which Parks to visit for the best ecotourism experience? Though there are many, three candidates stand out of the crowds.
#1: Khakaborazi National Park
With the height of 9,052 meters, Khakaborazi is the highest mountain in Myanmar where the significant National Park was built in 1996. The park formerly served as the nature reserve and then it was recognized as the National Park in 1998 for protecting the rich biodiversity surrounding the mountain.
This eco-site is full of pine and deciduous forests that attract many rare butterflies such as the yellow-and-black Swallowtail. Khakaborazi National Park stores some species of the native orchids. Today many tourists and climbers visit the Park and make it the great base camp to enjoy the scenic views from the mountain peak.
#2: Nat Ma Taung National Park
ASEAN granted Nat Ma Taung (Mount Victoria) the great title as Myanmar’s newest Heritage Park in October 2012. The Park itself was founded in 1994 and covered the area of 720 square kilometers. Such area protects the evergreen and mixed forests associated with the rare species of orchids and butterflies that are only found in Myanmar. About the wildlife here it includes the leopards, wild boars, tigers, gibbons, and hundreds of the different species of birds. There are lots of endangered species protected in this natural park.
#3: Hlawaga National Park
About 35km to the north of Yangon, Hlawaga National Park is the popular destination for the eco-tourists who have the strong passion for the wildlife. The park also attracts many families coming to witness up to 21 different species of mammals, 145 species of birds, and 8 kinds of reptiles. The presence of the mini zoo lets you see how some wild animals like tigers, leopards, crocodiles and bears live. You can also experience elephant riding, rock climbing, boating and trekking through the green park.
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