Nature in Myanmar
Myanmar is filled with unspoiled landscapes and a vast array of flora and fauna. There are over 130,000 square miles of forested area in Myanmar, accounting for 45% of its total landmass. Within this pristine, protected land lie 40 national parks home to over 7,000 plants, several hundred mammals and and reptiles, and 1,000 bird species.
Ecotourism
Ecotourism
Important dialogues on ecotourism are continually taking place in Myanmar. On their visit, visitors will see the result of important policy discussions and efforts, finding green eco-lodges, adventurous wildlife refuges, protected marine parks, and various national parks around the country.
Birdwatching
Birdwatching
Myanmar’s rich biodiversity makes for a birder’s paradise and is home to over 1,000 bird species of stunning birds. Lampi Marine National Park, which covers a group of islands in the Myeik Archipelago in Southern Myanmar, is home to 228 of those species, including the magnificent Plain-pouched Hornbill.
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Two Days in Bagan

Two Days in Bagan
Spend two days exploring the thousands of stunning ancient pagodas in Bagan. Located in Myanmar's Mandalay Region on the Irrawaddy River, Ba...

Myanmar’s Unforgettable Festivals

Myanmar’s Unforgettable Festivals
Thingyan Water and New Year festival consists of five days of celebration every April. Thingyan is Myanmar’s most popular festival and inc...

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