Yandabo Home, Irrawaddy River
Myanmar, Irrawaddy River

Info : Yandabo Home

This set of twelve rooms is based amongst the local homes of the river-side village of Yandabo on the banks of the Irrawaddy between Bagan and Mandalay.

The village inhabitants are known for their proficiency in clay pottery, an art which has become an integral part of their daily lives. The village is also home to farmers and fishermen, altogether making it a great base for getting to know local traditions and handicrafts. The village is also heavily populated by buffalo's walked by their farmers at sunrise each day creating an idyllic picture.

The cabins are clean and modern sitting perched on appealing teak wood decking. A stay here is all about getting a taste of authentic village life and as such there is no internet or Wifi here.

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We enjoyed a 3 week trip exploring both the well known places as well as the less developed areas. We also balanced the trip with a variety of walks and activities as well as time for several half day breaks to relax. The Myanmar people are incredibly friendly and welcoming. The colours of the country are outstanding, wonderful dusty landscapes with rice fields and palm trees as well as so many amazing pagodas rich in colour and symbolism. Our best parts were the less well known places but Lake Inle and Bagan are must do places and are still not overrun by tourists. Experience Travel Group tailored a trip for our needs and knew how to do so and suggest appropriate hotels and means of travel.

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