Nature and Wildlife
In 2010, the Myanmar government created a Protected Tiger area as large as the State of Vermont, in the country’s northern forests. The Hukaung Valley Tiger Reserve provides sanctuary to a wide range of species from big cats to small birds and many rare plants and wild orchids.
In and around Inle lake there are opportunities to walk for 2 days through magnificent scenery, meeting locals and sleeping in monasteries before reaching the lake.
Nestled in the mountains of the North, Putao is the mecca for all trekkers. Both the Malika Lodge and the Putao Trekking House propose a variety of treks from the village. These can be combined with rafting.
A dive in these pristine waters and you will discover the reefs and natural caves, drop-offs as well as an abundant life under ... from reef fishes, armies of barracuda, tuna to grey or white tip sharks, manta rays, eagle rays and whale sharks... enough to keep every diver satisfied.
You can sail from Myanmar or even from Phuket, Thailand to the archipelago. You will need a minimum of 7 days.
Diving Season: from October to May. Best season December to April.
PADI Level: Intermediate – Experienced
Water T°: 24 to 28 C°
Visibility: 5-50 meters
Dive Sites: more than 50
Contact us for more underwater information !
Inspiration Myanmar can book a tour and make all the arrangements for Tee-off and renting of Clubs.
FLOOD RELIEFIt is the rainy season in Myanmar and every year some areas do get flooded. However, this year with climate change, the rains have been pouring down on the country, the rivers are swollen and getting out of their beds ... Read more
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Inspiration Myanmar will participate in LUXEPERIENCE in Sydney from 6-9 September. Myanmar is moving fast , so come and discover the new possibilities the country has to offer… let us Inspire you !”
Inspiration Myanmar, Rallye Logistics !
In November 2016, Inspiration Myanmar will do the logistics for The Spice Road Classic, a Vintage Car discovery rally through the countries of Cambodia, Thailand and Myanmar.
In November 2018, will be the return of The Burma Road Classic, in its 3rd Edition.