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Pho Kyar Elephant Camp & Moeyungyi Wetlands – 3 Days

Bago, Southern Myanmar
  • 01Elephants bathing
  • 01Elephant walk
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This tour is combining ancient culture and beautiful nature. Our professional guide will lead you through some very interesting sites around Bago and Taungoo. You will see local village lifestyle and experience how “Mahauts” work together with elephants.

The trip starts from Yangon from where our guide will take you to ancient Mon kingdom in Bago.  There you will hear about the colorful history of the area and see some interesting archaeological sites. After Bago our tour will take you to Moeyungyi Waterlands to witness the beauty of the Myanmar nature and wildlife. A leisurely boat trip around the lake is a magnificent way of seeing some of the richest wild life of the country.

In Tayngoo you have a chance to take a trishaw ride and feel like a local. These Bicycle taxis are very traditional way of moving around urban areas.

On the second day we will make a jungle excursion to see how humans work with their much respected elephants at Pho Kyar elephant camp. The elephants and their handlers have formed an inbound tendency and share mutual respect. Here you can experience the mighty jungle from elephants back and learn about their work in timber industry.

A great two days adventure that is suitable for families and small groups. You will get a chance to learn a lot about local way of living and see beautiful nature with amazing fauna and flora





Early morning pick up from your hotel in Yangon and 80km/2hr drive to Bago one of the Ancient Mon Kingdoms. We will make a stop at the peculiar Snake temple where local pilgrims congregate to worship massive wish fulfilling Burmese python.

From Bago we continue northbound to Moeyungyi Waterlands  and embark on a boat trip to explore the flood lake that provides sanctuary for many native and migratory birds. After lunch break at the wetlands resort we continue driving 2,5hrs to Taungoo.

In Taungoo enjoy late afternoon “trishaw” bicycle taxi ride around the town exploring some of the highlights and remains of ancient kingdoms. Taungoo kingdom was one of the smaller kingdoms of lesser importance until it produced the greatest ever Burmese king, Bayinnaung.

  • Meals included: Breakfast and lunch
  • Overnight stay: In Taungoo in Amazing Kaytu Hotel or similar

Elephant camp

Pho Kyar Elephant camp.


Early breakfast at hotel and 1hr drive along forest track to Pyo Kyar Elephant camp. The camp is a small community of timber industry workers and their elephants. Early morning the “Mahaut” elephant handlers gather their night time free roaming elephants from the nearby forest and harness for the day’s work pulling logs from the jungle.

By using elephants in the timber extracting damages to the nature are minimized. Elephants work during the cool morning hours and enjoy free time most of the day. The Oozies take great care of the valuable life partners and are arguably most skilled elephant handlers in the world.

After lunch at the camp guest house we take elephant ride into the forest and will see some skills of the elephants before driving back to Taunggoo for the night.

  • Meals included: Breakfast and lunch
  • Overnight stay: In Taungoo in Amazing Kaytu Hotel or similar


Colonial heritage Yangon.


Breakfast at hotel and continue by drive to Yangon. Leisure at Yangon for the rest of the time.

  • Meals included: Breakfast

01 May 14 – 31 March 15

Price per person in shared double/twin room when 2pax traveling: USD 631
Price per person in shared double/twin room when 4pax traveling: USD 525

Overnight: Amazing Kaytu Hotel



  • Accommodation with breakfast
  • Meals (Lunch on Day 01 & 02) as specified in the itinerary
  • English speaking local guide
  • All entrance and permit fees to the sites mentioned in the itinerary
  • 2 bottles of water & 2 refreshing towels per passenger per day


  • Expenses of personal nature such as drinks during meals, hotel extras and personal spending
  • Dinners and meals which are not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Any services which are not mentioned in the program