Bird and Nature Tours Myanmar

Birding along the Ayeyarwady River at Bagan Section

Ayeyarwady River is the longest river (2,210 km in length) and the most important commercial waterway of Myanmar. Orginating from the confluence of the Mai kha and Mali kha river. It flows from North to South through Myanmar.

Base on Bagan, do birding along the Ayeyarwady River by boat about half-day. Bagan is one of the Asia’s most amazing and richest archaeological sites. The ancient temples of Bagan stand today as they have been standing for a thousand years. Also being the capital of first Myanmar Empire, Bagan covers an area of 42 sq km containing over 2000 well-preserved pagodas and temples of the 11th -13th century.

Along the river we will be able to see some species: Yellow-breasted Bunting that was entered the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species as the Critically Endangered as well as White-tailed Stonechat, Sand Lark, River Lapwing, Grey-headed Lapwing, Common, Pied, White-throated Kingfishers, Plovers, Common Sandpiper, Common Greenshank, Wood Sandpiper, Oriental, Small Pratincole, Wagtails and many more.

Birding along the Ayeyarwady River at Bagan Section

Along the Ayeyarwady River at Bagan Section

Along the Ayeyarwady River at Bagan Section

The information:
Tour Code: BNTM-ARBS
Birding Period: 3 DAYS 2 NIGHTS
Transportation: By flight from Yangon to Bagan and boat
The Recorded Species: 142 (Bagan & Ayeyarwady)
Other Attraction: Birding along the Ayeyarwady River at

Bagan Section on half-day and birding at the  environs of Bagan.

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