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Beach Safari in Muang Shwe Lay

December 4, 2012 by Khiri Travel |

Experience authentic village life on this home stay on the beaches of Myanmar.

Khiri Myanmar’s new overnight excursion which includes a stay with a local family in Rakhine State has been launched very successfully with fantastic feedback from our clients “we wished we could have stayed longer”, highlight of the trip” and “I loved the remote area and the kindness of the people in this village” are some of the comments we’ve had so far. Want to offer your clients a very special (but not luxury) experience? – ask us for more information. It could be their most memorable New Year or Christmas ever.

The trip starts by boat from Ngapali to Muang Shwe Lay – a visit to the local village includes a home cooked lunch on the beach, followed by snorkeling in the bay. After activities with the local community, the day ends with a bonfire and dinner on the beach.

For more information please contact Khiri Myanmar, GM,  [email protected].

 

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