- Visit three cities – Kawthaung, Yangon and Mrauk U
- Enjoy diving at three exotic locations
- Explore the best of Myanmar’s beaches
On the first day, arrive at Yangon by an international flight and take a domestic flight to Kawthaung. You can spend the rest of the day exploring Kawthaung, the southern-most city of Myanmar. The places to see include Bayint Naung Point, Ngar Thone Lone Hill, Shway Pyi Thar Pagoda. End the way with an authentic local dinner.
Take a boat and travel to Mc Leod Island today. Spend the day diving under the expert guidance of a diver. You can also take a guided tour around the island. Return back to Kawthaung and overnight stay at Kawthaung.
Today you will fly to Yangon and then take a private taxi to Ngwe Saung. You can stay at Ngwe Saung village and enjoy some time mingling with the local villagers.
Explore the exotic marine life in the waters around Ngwe Saung by diving under the guidance of an expert diver. We promise an amazing time here. Return back to Ngwe Saung after your dive and drive back to Yangon in a taxi. Overnight stay at Yangon. You can spend the evening exploring the commercial capital of Myanmar. Visit Bogyoke Market in the evening and pick up some mementoes for your trip.
Today, you will be flying to Mrauk U from Yangon and spend the day exploring Mrauk U, the capital of Rakhine State. Mrauk Uwas the capital of the Mrauk U kingdom between 1430 and 1785. It also has the maximum number of temples after Bagan. You can explore a variety of pagodas and temples in the city. Explore the local culture in the evening.
Today, visit the Ngapali beach and enjoy a driving trip. You can also hire a boat and visit the pearl island. Don’t forget to chill out on the beach under the shades of coconut trees while sipping on some tender coconut water.
On your final day, head back to Yangon. Yangon is the largest city of Myanmar and therefore offers the best peek into the urban culture of the country. Visit the Shwedagon Pagoda, the most famous pagoda in Myanmar, which will take your breath away with its golden glory. You can also check out the floating Karaweik Palace, which reflects Myanmar’s mythical bird which is said to have a pleasant and melodious cry. Do take a walk around downtown Yangon exploring the architectural marvels that are the colonial buildings. End the day by heading off to Botahtaung harbour and enjoying the view of the sunset from here.