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Stage 1: The trip begins in the evening with the opportunity to get your bearings in Myanmar's busy city. We take an early afternoon to Bago and drive on to Hpa An, where we have enough free afternoon to walk through this enchanting city and discover the evening-mark.
3rd day: Among the places we are visiting today are the Kha Yon caves, a wonderful nature cavern with a stalagmite and stalactite grotto, where natives come to worship, and the picturesque Kyauk Kalat Caves. Today we drive to the city of Mon, at the estuary of the Salween River, named Monlamyaing.
We' re going to the Mon Museum this afternoons. 5th day: Today we are visiting the island of Bilu to explore the quiet landscape of rice paddies and picturesque towns. On the way back to Madlamyaing we also visited Win Sein Taw Ya, a 560ft long lying Buddha. Today we first go to Thanbyuzayat to the war cemetery, which contains 3771 tombs of prisoners of war who were killed during the construction of the so-called Burma-Siam dead train, before we continue to Dawei.
We have the opportunity to go kayaking near Wal Iceland today. Morning 9: After breakfasts we head to Lampi, an inhabited islet with lonely sandy and isolated sandy shores and the only sheltered wood in the Mergui archipelago. 10th day: Today we are sailing to the wonderful isle with its wonderful sandy bottom, whitewashed sandy bottom, sandy bottom, sandy bottom, and half-moon shape coves.
We will also stop at a small Moken hamlet on the inhabited Makyone Galet. We will drive to Nga Man Iceland, where there are nice har and smooth coral as well as Nurse Shark. Further to the isle 115 there are possibilities to discover the jungles. Our last mornings take us to Kawthaung Steg, where we should have enough free walking through this southern city, before flying back to Yangon in the afternoons.
We have some free days in the German capitol before we go to the goodbye supper. 13th day: The trip ends this mornin' after breakfasts.