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Ride & Feed the Elephants of Myanmar!
Day-in Tour: Yangon – Htauk Kyant – Myaing Hay Wun – Yangon
After breakfast, drive to Htauk Kyant approximately 45 minutes. You may stop and visit at Htauk Kyant Allied-War Cemetery, the largest war cemetery that contains more than 6000 graves and records the names of 27000 Allied Soldiers fallen in Myanmar during the Second World War. Then, continue to Pha Lon village driving for about one and a half hour. From there, take a Chinese Motor-drawn Vehicle to the Kun Thee Myaung Village where the elephants are waiting to transport you to the Camp.
Upon arrival, after a rest, enjoy lunch, and then observe the ways of Burmese Elephant Life(Elephus Maximus);
The Elephant Show starts with the lovely elephants walking on the SquareTeak Beam in a file. It is believed that among all the animals in the world, the elephant walks most modestly and subtly in the mood of Royal Elegance. Therefore, no doubt that the Royal Kings of Burma used the Great Elephants as their Major Royal Transportation as well as one of the Weapons of Warfare.
Being the Overland biggest animal in the world, its strength is steered by the people not only for the battle in the yesteryear, but also in the timber enterprise then and now. In Myanmar, according to the Forestry Departments estimate, around 10,000 Elephants remain both in the camps and in the wild.
At the moment, for the tourists, we normally organize the Elephant Camp visits with two Elephant Camps, Myaing Hay Wun and Phoe Kyar. Both are situated on the vicinity of Bago Yoma Mountain Ranges where timber is extracted mostly with the labor of Myanmar Elephants.
When you visit the Elephant Camp, taking Elephant ride gives you the grandeur of Royalty as well as feeling in the Jungle. Enjoy elephant ride and viewing the fauna and flora provides you with unforgettable memory of your visit to Myanmar. Hearing the stories of the Sin Oo Zies or the Patron of Elephant, is really touching. There is telepathy connection between the Elephant and its Sin Oo Zie.
In the late afternoon, drive back to Yangon.
Note: This Camp is now close and it is not known when it will re-open again!!!
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Ayuda Myanmar Travel Tour Agency