Indawgyi Lake is one of the largest inland lakes in Southeast Asia. It is located in Mohnyin Township in the Kachin State of Myanmar. The lake measures 13 kilometres east to west, and 24 kilometres north to south. There are over 20 villages around the lake. The Indawgyi Lake Wildlife Sanctuary has been established in 1999 and cover 72,500 hectar of lake and forest habitats.
Meet the birds of Indawgyi
Indawgyi lake wildlife sanctuary is famous for its diversity of birds, especially the reed and seasonality flooded grassland area as well as the flooding vegetation are responsible for high diversity in bird species. Thousands of migratory birds use the lake as palace to rest or to spend the winter. You can meet pelicans, storks, cranes and thousands of ducks, swamphens, kingfisher, raptors and many many more. Around 100 species of water birds can be found around the lake! Indawgyi area is regularly hosting a large number of wintering migrants from predominantly China and Siberia, while it is also home to several breeding and resident birds.
There are more than 160species recorded in this area, including many globally threatened species. The sanctuary also holds important habitats for mammals such as the endangered Hog deer, Eastern Hoolock Gibbon, Clouded Leopard and Gaur.
Price per person in USD:
1 Pax: 855
2 Pax: 620
3-4 Pax: 575
5-7 Pax: 515
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