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Kyeintali Community Based Tourism Initiative

Kyeintali Community Tourism Initiative tour program for travelers who want to visit a remote destination and help the development of the local community.

( 3-Days/2-Nights )

Enjoying Local food(Mote Tee)

This Kyeintali Community Tourism Initiative is one of the projected programs for travelers who like to see natural marine resources and who respect the local lifestyle. This is an exciting new way to discover a relatively unknown and unspoiled Rakhine Coastal region. Sea-grass meadows are widely distributed along the Rakhine coastal region and they are in very good, pristine condition.

The plan involves community-led livelihood development, education and cultural empowerment, conservation & restoration of the coastal resources such as coral reefs and mangroves.

By developing this project, tourism-related business opportunities will occur and increase community members’ income. The local community will get the knowledge to preserve the culture, tradition, ethical value & preserving the natural environment. Kyeintali Town is situated approx. 80 km South of Ngapali Beach (approx. 4 hrs drive). The road to the project area is good enough. The Kyeintali based local NGO, Rakhine Coastal Region Conservation Association (RCA), is actively involved in conservation and sustainable use of the natural resources in this region.

Conservation Rakhine


Tour Itinerary of Kyeintali Community Tourism Initiative

Day 01: Morning, arrive at Thandwe Airport(Ngapali) or Respective hotel, then drive by private car from Ngapali Beach to Kyeintali Town about 3 hours drive. On the way, drop to see the Incorrupt Body of two monks at Zalon Village. Observation of the body and lifestyle of dwelling people. Then proceed drive to Kyeintali Town. Check in to Guesthouse. In the evening, swimming in the Beach. overnight in Kyeintali Town.

Day 02: Kyeintali
In Kyeintali, see the plantation of a 50-hectare forest near Kyauk Taw Yaung Conservation Garden, Mangrove conservation and re-plantation project, Arakan forest turtle (Endangered species). Participate in local education, health, economy and development activities. Study the Elephant fodder plantation for wild elephants in Rakhine Yoma Elephant Sanctuary, the fauna and flora of Rakhine Yoma forests, freshwater and marine products. Then visit the local fishing villages.

Day 03: Drive back to Ngapali Beach.

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