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Myanmar Katha Tour

Discover George Orwell’s Life in Myanmar

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Discover George Orwell’s Life in Myanmar [ 5 Days ]
Day 01 : Mandalay – Katha

After breakfast, drive to Katha which is the setting of George Orwell’s Burmese Days (~10 hr). There are also photo stops along the way.

Arrival to Katha and check in at the hotel.

Overnight at hotel in Katha.

Day 02 : Katha – Manle – Katha

Breakfast at the hotel. Visit Katha : George Orwell’s House where he lived as Deputy Commissioner of Police, Deputy Commissioner Mr. Macgregor’s House, Revenue Assistance, Divisional Forest Officer’s House, Tennis Club, British Club etc.

Afternoon, drive to Manle Village to discover the ancient Man-Lae Monastery where you can find the mummy of Master Monk passed away in 1920 and his coffin stuffed with rubies and sapphires and the daily life of typical villagers.

Then continue to Tagon Taing Village where you can find the largest canoe which is curved out of Single Myanmar Teak Trek Trunk (Length 57 feet, Dimension 6 feet & 5 inches).
And visit Myanmar Drum Workshop in Latpangone Village. Drive back to Katha.

Overnight at hotel in Katha.

Day 03 : Katha – BaMauk – Zalon Hill – Katha

Breakfast at the hotel. Drive to Bamauk (~3hr). Arrival to Bamauk, change the transport by 4×4 vehicles to continue drive to the base camp of Zalon Hill (1h30). Then walk up to the view point where you can enjoy the beautiful scenery of Zalon Hill and soft trekking to experience the untouched nature.

Back to Katha in the evening.

Overnight at hotel in Katha.

Day 04 : Katha – Elephant Camp – Katha

Early morning after breakfast, drive to Nat Paut Elephant Camp (~30 min). Then follow the elephants to their worksite to discover their daily life. Back to Katha in the evening.

Overnight at hotel in Katha.

Day 05 : Katha – Mandalay

After breakfast, drive back to Mandalay. Arrival to Mandalay and check-in at the hotel.

Overnight at hotel in Mandalay.

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Note

  • Zalon Hill is very steep and the way to the summit is very narrow. Tourists are not allowed to climb up the top of the hill.

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