Encouraging to develop CBT & Dolphin Watching Tours
Ayeyarwaddy Dolphins was recorded and given name by John Anderson in 1875. He discovered them in the Ayeyarwaddy river, Chindwin river, Mainmahla island in delta region and Rakkhine costal region in Myanmar. These aquatic mammals has been protected by regarding Dolphin Conservative Areas along the Ayeyarwaddy river. WCS Myanmar (Wild Life Conservation Society), Department of fishery & livestock, Ministry of Hotels & Tourism and Local villages are making cooperation for this concern with long term programme.
WCS Myanmar and other associated departments implemented CBT project (Community Based Tourism) for local villages by aiming at local prosperity and well beings. These project has been flourished in the Dolphin Protected areas. For nature lover and different tour finding tourists loved to see the cooperative fishing between local fishermen and dolphins.
Dolphin Community Lodge was opened recently at Indaung village on the bank of the Ayeyarwaddy river. It was built in traditional way like local houses at there. Our travel team participated for encouragement of local community development and conservation of Ayeyarwaddy Dolphin.
If the tourists arrivals is increased for Dolphin watching tour, the traditional fishing with dolphin and products will be long-lasting. The residents in the villages are very friendly and welcoming the tourists. Typical rural life and beauty of river will also make tourists different from others and demonstration of cooperative fishing will make them amazing.
We are providing Dolphin watching & touching river life tour with different options and days.
Never miss to take this tour. Let's discover difference when you are in Myanmar.
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