4 days from £195pp plus international flights.
There's no better way to end your holiday in Burma than spending a few days on a beautiful beach. Ngapali certainly fits the bill! White sand, clear blue sea and elegant palm trees combine to make a postcard-perfect scene.
After a final breakfast by the beach you'll travel back to Thandwe airport for the flight to Yangon. On arrival, time permitting, you'll visit White Elephant Park and Kyauk Taw Gyi pagoda. The white elephants symbolise peace and prosperity and were brought to this park to be protected. You'll then be transferred to the airport for your onward flight. Breakfast
Guide price from (pp sharing): £195 (ex. international flights)
Price notes: 2019 prices based on 2 people sharing at Thande Beach Hotel: 07 Jan – 30 Apr & 01 Oct – 21 Dec 2019 from £195. 01 – 06 Jan & 22 – 31 Dec 2019 from £240. Ngapali Bay Villas option: 07 Jan– 30 Apr 2019 from £490. 01 – 06 Jan 2019 & 22 – 31 Dec 2019 from £640.
Twin-share accommodation on a bed and breakfast basis; 2 domestic flights, private return transfers in an air-conditioned vehicle
International flights and taxes; visas; vaccinations; travel insurance; meals not specified; drinks; tips; laundry; items of a personal nature
This holiday is intended as an extension to a longer tour of Burma. Yangon is the main airport in Burma. Return international flights from the UK will cost from around £700 per person, depending on season and availability. We will be happy to book flights for you.
Departure dates: This is a tailor-made beach holiday that can begin on the date of your choice.
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Time: GMT + 6hrs 30mins
Flight time: There are no direct flights from the UK to Yangon (Rangoon). The flight time is at least 14 hours.
Language: The official language is Myanmar (Burmese). English is widely spoken in major tourist destinations.
Visas: At least 6 months from the end of your trip, and with plenty of room for entry and exit stamps. A visa is required for British travellers and most nationalities.
Health: Yellow fever vaccination is compulsory. Recommended vaccinations include diptheria, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, rabies, tetanus, cholera & typhoid. Malaria prophylactics recommended for some parts of Burma.