Jungle adventure tour to Kyaiktiyo Wildlife Sanctuary available

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Kyaukpyu Mountain and Natthamee Waterfall seen in Kyaiktiyo Wildlife Sanctuary.

Forest House Camp, the organizer of trips, offers jungle adventure tours to Kyaukpyu Mountain and Natthamee Waterfall within the Kyaiktiyo Wildlife Sanctuary, located in Kyaikto Township, Mon State.
Travellers who wish to visit the aforementioned locations must first go to Kimpun Camp at the foot of Kyaiktiyo Mountain in Kyaikto Township, Mon State, to arrange adventure tour services with the Forest House Camp company.
“We will pick you up at Kimpun Camp. From there, you will proceed to Kyaukpyu Mountain Camp and spend the night on the mountain. Breakfast will be served in the morning. At Kyaukpyu Mountain, you will enjoy a stunning view of Kyaikto Township and the Sittoung River, and you will have the opportunity to witness both sunset and sunrise scenes. After breakfast, we will continue the journey to Forest Camp. From there, we will take you to other waterfalls and recreation areas. Dinner is included. You may bring your own food, but please note that beef, alcohol, and tobacco are not allowed,” said U Aung Pyae Sone, owner of Forest House Camp.
During the trip, arrangements will be made for sleeping bags, tents, and hammocks for overnight camping in the jungle. Additionally, diving can be enjoyed at the Natthamee Waterfall. — ASH/TKO

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