The photography tour to Myanmar, led by well-known travel agency The Real Myanmar Travels, is carefully planned to maximize photography chance and takes you through all these attractive things that are Myanmar. But be careful of the jaw-dropping moments where you may just forget to click photographs, including the flood-lit 100m high Shwedagon Pagoda, boat-people of Inle Lake, floating village, endless Pagodas of Bagan shining in the morning Sun or the old-world charm of Mandalay & Yangon. Join us on a vivid exploration of a Myanmar that is now getting prepared to welcome rest of the world, letting us into its amazing heritage and a distinctive culture. We are expert in organizing Photography Tour in Myanmar.
We explore the streets, the markets, the villages that are still raw and reliable. We put you in front of faces and places where the Burma of old is still in striking evidence. We travel to locations far from the tourist accommodation and give you sufficiently of time and support to let you craft attentive and exciting images. Our photography walking tour is an excellent way to improve your travel photography.
We will apply our native knowledge of sites and links in the community to position ourselves to prepare and capture village life, landscapes, and portraits. Such type of tours who really want get off the beaten track and knowledge the true hidden gems of Bagan. This assessment includes many sites not listed on tourist maps and hardly visited.
We can organize all the extras to provide a lovely day out in Myanmar, including fresh flowers, introduced wine, spectacular sunset views. With us, you can learn to photograph a striking morning sunrise over the magnificent Shwedagon Pagoda. We have a team of expert to guide people how you can click a perfect click. For amazing clicks, you can Visit mrauk u.
Address: The Real Myanmar Authentic Travel
No. 184, Sule Pagoda Road,
Next to Kyauktata Police station, Yangon, Myanmar
Tel: +95 1 398263, +95 9 250 311 652
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