The air is dry and the weather is cooler. Now is the best time to go camping and on a short trip! Booking is a must.

Rent a bungalow for two people for a day trip at Ks40,000 or stay the night in a tent which begins at Ks70,000. Both packages are inclusive of meals. The stream nearby is perfect for fishing and boating.

Near Pan Ta Pwint Mountain, Hmawbi, Yangon
09 777 00 6848~50

Nature Land Camping has reopened with many new activities such as bamboo rafting, water slides and archery ground. The day package costs Ks35,000 and the night Ks45,000 per person. It’s offering a 10% discount for November.

Near 23 Milestone, Bago
09 7850 42953, 09 7777 44 999, 09 7777 45 999

You can stay the night for Ks32,000 or take a day trip at Ks18,000 per person. Swim, play badminton or bike around its premise. The day trip package includes lunch and the night lunch, dinner and breakfast. Book two days in advance.

No 16th Lay Htee Street, Pan Ta Pwint Mountain, Hmawbi, Yangon
09 899 447 387, 09 978 741 417

Kayaking along the Bago River and trekking nearby tracks, Secret Capes is ripe for everyone who wanna make the most of the short holidays. The day pack costs Ks25,000 (40% discount for November) and the night Ks35,000 per person.

90 minutes drive from the 0 Mile, Yangon-Mandalay Expressway
09 795 757573

The day packs begin at Ks50,000 and the night Ks60,000 for two people without food. You can customise for more people depending on your group. You can go trekking at nearby hills and bike along the forest lanes.

Phoun Gyi Street, Tike Gyi, Yangon
09 42110 3634

It is a 40-acre-wide patch of greenery with a pond in the middle. The entry fee is Ks1,000/person and you can rent a bamboo tent on the water for Ks5,000 that can accommodate about 10 people. They run a restaurant where you can enjoy village meals and palm wine. Although you can’t stay the night, it’s an ideal day trip location.

Old Yangon-Bago Expressway, Taung Gyi Kwae Village, Intakaw, Bago
09 88223 1212
9am – 6:30pm

Cover photo credit: Mother’s Village Resort Facebook

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