Mein-Ma-Hla Kyun Wildlife Sanctuary is a wetland reserve in Lower Myanmar located in Bogalay Township in Ayeyarwady Division. Mein-Ma-Hla means beautiful woman in Burmese, as the island is linked to a local Burmese myth. The wetland reserve is classified as a mangrove ecosystem reserve. It occupies an area of 137 square kilometres (33779 acres wide) and was established in 1986.
Otter, sambar, hog deer, wild boar, mud-skipper, crab-eating kra, wild dog, turtles and tortoises, estuarine crocodiles, fish, prawn, crab and 34 bird species with over 130 different kind of birds are known to occur in the area and Ayeyawaddy Dolphin is said to occur occasionally in the area (November – February).
Things to do: Crocodile spotting at day and night, stars watching, birds watching, join cooking class, learn local catching crabs and prawns, visiting to mangrove nursery, learn 29 species of Mangroves, boating, and villages walk tour.
Price per person in USD:
1 Pax: 795
2 Pax: 495
3 Pax: 415
4 Pax: 350