Our Inspection Trip To The Alaungdaw Kathapa National Park
Our travel team went to the Alaungdawkathapa National Park in Sagaing Region for birding & tour inspection. It is very famous among the local pilgrims for paying homage to the sacred arahat Katha cave. It's pilgrimage season from November to March. During the season, pilgrims all over the country are coming here to pay homage and visit there. The landscape and scenery at country areas are very beautiful and colorful. Travelers love to see and touch with this rural experience.
The road to Aluangdawkathapa is recently upgraded and so it is better and more smooth to get there by small car, 4WD car and at most 33 seaters buses. Some foreign tourists who are interested in adventure trekking and birding are coming there. It is conserved national park and know as land of woodpeckers for birders. The travelers can take elephants-riding to get to the sacred cave. The cave is very natural and on the roof, there are many bats. In the cave, the water from the roof are dropping. For walking, we need to take 20 minutes. The local ways of life, morning activities, deep forests, big hard woods and views of mahouts & Myanmar elephants' lives are much interesting to see and it makes travelers much satisfactory and happy to be at there.