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  • Myanmar Tour

    Trip to Myanmar 12 Days - Popular Tour

    Highlights;
    - Great Shwedagon in Yangon
    - Historic site of Bagan
    - Cultural city of Mandalay
    - Trekking to ethnic villages
    - Floating villages, floating farms of Inle Lake

     

  • Myanmar Tour

    Trip to Myanmar 12 Days - Hot Sales (Oct 20 - Oct 31, 2015)

    Highlights;
    - Great Shwedagon in Yangon
    - Historic site of Bagan
    - Cultural city of Mandalay
    - Trekking to ethnic villages
    - Floating villages, floating farms of Inle Lake

    Seats still available for October 2015 departure!!!

  • Myanmar Tour

    Trip to Myanmar 12 Days - Hot Sales (Oct 20 - Oct 31, 2015)

    Highlights;
    - Great Shwedagon in Yangon
    - Historic site of Bagan
    - Cultural city of Mandalay
    - Trekking to ethnic villages
    - Floating villages, floating farms of Inle Lake

    Seats still available for October 2015 departure!!!

  • Mandalay
    Myanmar Tour

    Trip to Myanmar 12 Days - Hot Sales (Oct 20 - Oct 31, 2015)

    Highlights;
    - Great Shwedagon in Yangon
    - Historic site of Bagan
    - Cultural city of Mandalay
    - Trekking to ethnic villages
    - Floating villages, floating farms of Inle Lake

    Seats still available for October 2015 departure!!!

  • Bagan
    Myanmar Tour

    Trip to Myanmar 12 Days - Hot Sales (Oct 20 - Oct 31, 2015)

    Highlights;
    - Great Shwedagon in Yangon
    - Historic site of Bagan
    - Cultural city of Mandalay
    - Trekking to ethnic villages
    - Floating villages, floating farms of Inle Lake

    Seats still available for October 2015 departure!!!

Phoe Kyar Elephant Camp Tour @Taungoo

Feed and Feel Lovely Elephants with Ayuda!

Phoe Kyar Elephant Camp situated in the Bago Yoma Mountain Range and near Taungoo

Day 1 Yangon – Bago – Taungoo

After breakfast at hotel in Yangon, drive to Bago, 50 miles from Yangon, for about 1 and a half. Upon arrival at Bago, which was the Seat of the Second Myanmar Empire, visit Bago market where you will see the local foods, seasonal fruits, dried fish, fresh fish, and so on and very lively with many trading activities. Bago, despite the ancient Capital City, now is a modern city and it is the biggest one after the Trade City of Yangon in Southern Myanmar. Visit Shwemawdaw Pagoda, which is bigger than Shwedagon from Yangon and the tallest Stupa in the whole country dating back to 2000 years of age and the most sacred Buddhist shrine in Bago, and then visit Shwetharlyaung Reclining Buddha supposedly built  in the 10th century and most beautiful Buddha in terms of its glass mosaics. Afterwards, continue drive to Taungoo via New High Way (approximately 4 hours), another Capital City of the Second Myanmar Dynasty. Visit Royal lake in Taungoo and also visit Shwesandaw pagoda that is believed to have a Buddha’s hair is enshrined.

Overnight in Taungoo.

 

Day 2 Taungoo – Phoe Kyar Elephant Camp

After breakfast, drive to Phoe Kyar Elephant Camp (approximately 45 minutes) . The driving will be firstly on the Yangon-Mandalay Highway Road for about half hour up to milepost 173 and there, turn to the left to drive along the red-earth country road (now paved with asphault) into the Bago Yoma Mountain Ranges for another 15 minutes (4.5 miles). Upon arrival at Phoe Kyar Elephant Camp, get a rest and refreshing cold drink provided from the hotel, start your Elephant Observation Program; Elephant Show, Elephant Work show in the forest, Elephant ride, and the life of Elephant Trainers called Sin Oo Zie. Enjoy the jungle life at the Elephant Camp for the whole evening.

Dinner and overnight at Phoe Kyar Elephant Camp or at Taungoo

 

Day 3 Phoe Kyar Elephant Camp – Taungoo – Yangon

If you can leave out self-pity, that is, getting up early in the morning, you can enjoy another Detective Ways of Elephant Search. As the elephant can not live by the food provided by the Camp, they don’t sleep near the Camp. And therefore, they are always released after a day work for the night stay in the jungle. Thus, they go freely on their own, eat, search for food and sleep in the jungle. The amount of food they need is approximately 3 metric tons of leaves, twigs and the mother nature of jungle is the food reserve for them. So, early in the morning before the dawn, the Oo Zies or the master, the trainers of them start their search for their respective Elephants. There are a lot of interesting stories to hear from  them and also the techniques of finding the elephants. You should not miss that opportunity when you visit the Elephant Camp it is ‘Merece la pena!’ sort of chance during a visit to Elephants. In the afternoon, drive back to Yangon (approximately 4.5 hours).

The Elephant Show: It 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 Department’s 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.

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