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Enjoy this quiet three kilometre stretch of white sand and coconut palms, wtih warm waters perfect for swimming and snorkelling.
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Three nights hotel accommodation, meals as indicated, sightseeing and boat trips as specified, entrance fees, private car transfers and local English-speaking guides.
Take a break at Myanmar’s emerging beach destination, where low key hotels and resorts are spread out along a beautiful stretch of tropical beach.
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Relax on Myanmar's unspoilt and uncrowded beaches
Snorkel, take a boat ride, or cycle to nearby fishing and farming villages
Laid-back beach atmosphere
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Upon arrival at Thandwe Airport, transfer to Ngapali Beach just a short a 20-minute drive. Ngapali Beach is a quiet three kilometre stretch of white sand lined by coconut palms. The warm, clear waters are perfect for swimming, snorkelling and there are several small islands which can be reached by boat. Settle in to your beachside accommodation and enjoy the remainder of the day at leisure.
Spend the day at leisure to enjoy the laid-back atmosphere at Ngapali. Walk along or swim at the beach or simply relax at your hotel, the day is entirely for you to enjoy as you wish. (B)
Another day to relax at the beach or hotel, or if you are feeling more active you may decide to cycle to some nearby villages or take a boat trip for a bit of offshore exploration. (B)
After breakfast, depart for Thandwe Airport and your onward flight. (B)
NOTE: Ngapali is best visited during the October to April dry season – monsoons here are heavy.
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