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Myanmar & Thailand: Exploring Nature & Spirit

An exclusive foray into natural realms just opening up to ecotourism.

  • Newly open, myanmar is a treasure trove of natural assets, cultural diversity and enthusiasm for the future.

  • White-handed gibbon swinging through trees.

  • On a quiet morning near Bagan’s temple complex, the driver of a horse and buggy cart awaits a fare.

  • Locals eat, drink, talk—and take in the news—at a streetside teashop on Pansodan Jetty in downtown Yangon.

  • A scene inside the Shwedagon Pagoda, Yangon, Myanmar.

Experience what has until now remained in isolation, from Buddhist cultural treasures and traditional rural villages to unspoiled tropical landscapes and fascinating wildlife. Our unusual itinerary includes not only the golden temples of Yangon and Bagan, but national parks and natural highlights that few visitors see, including a remote slice of Thailand that is one of Southeast Asia's richest wildlife enclaves.

 

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Myanmar & Thailand: Exploring Nature and Spirit
Our unusual itinerary includes not only the golden temples of Yangon and Bagan, but national parks and natural highlights that few visitors see, including a remote slice of Thailand that is one of Southeast Asia's richest wildlife enclaves.
13 day tours from $8,895

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Call (888) 993 – 8687 to book your spot on this tour. Questions? Email us at travel@wwfus.org.

WWF's Work

As Myanmar looks to the future, WWF has seized this moment to support the integration of green economic principles into their national economic plan.  Biodiversity and social surveys are planned for these forests, the results will help WWF understand the importance of nature to local society and the scientific community, as well as how and where to put new national parks and biodiversity corridors to protect the rich diversity of species. Learn more

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