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3 Day Guided Scooter Adventure in Dawei Peninsula

Myanmar Paradise Beach Bungalows, on the sea Zat Sar Aw Beach, near Autcha What Village Dawei Peninsula MM, 13241, Myanmar

Authentic Scooter Tour in Myanmar

Leave the noise of the city behind you and get out into the colorful countryside. Claim your own beach and forget about everything. Explore the beautiful Dawei Peninsula on good paved roads. Take a smile and a handshake from curious locals. Let the waves of the ocean take you to sleep.

Key information

  • Terrain: 90% asphalt and 10% off-road
  • Bike: rental scooter (110 - 125 cc, semi-automatic or automatic Thai Honda)
  • Mileage: 215 kilometers / 134 miles
  • Daily rides: 45 - 85 kilometers / 27 - 53 miles
  • Meals: 3 breakfasts and lunches

Meet the guides

Tway San
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Highlights

  • Starts and ends in Dawei
  • Ride along a cliff road with magnificent views over the ocean
  • Head to Shin Maw Pagoda where the 9 Shin Pagodas are located
  • Drive to a small fishing village Nyaung Byin and interact with the fishermen
  • Take in the scenery of rice fields and villages as you ride pass by them
  • Enjoy a traditional breakfast at the local market
  • 2 nights accommodation

Skill level

  • Intermediate

Styles


3 riding days in English
The organizer also speaks: Thai
Group size: Minimum of 2 participants
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Accommodation

Facilities

  • Environmentally friendly

You will be staying at Myanmar Paradise Beach Bungalows at Zat Sar Aw Beach during this trip. It is currently the only licensed accommodation on the Dawei Peninsula. The bungalows are tucked away under coconut palm tree and just a stone throw away from the waterfront. The bungalows are spacey, consisting of eight-square kilometer terrace, 10-square kilometer living room, and six-square kilometer bathroom.

The white sandy beach and the turquoise waters make it a perfect place for vacation. The bay is without inhabitants and the bungalows are surrounded only by jungle. Snorkeling can be done right from the beach. There are quite a few colorful fish, but only a little coral. It is the perfect place to pitch up a hammock and relay under shady trees. Write your diary and finish reading your book. Access is only by boat (from Nyaung Pyin village), on foot (45 minutes), or by motorbike. Local minivans drive several times a day to the nearest village (45 minutes' walk or 10 minutes by motorbike taxi). Beware, the road is tricky, you might want to walk and just got your luggage dropped.

Program

Day 1: Loung Lone market - Dawei Peninsula (85 kilometers / 53 miles)

If you like, you can skip the hotel breakfast to get an early start and have a traditional breakfast at the local market (included). On the way, you will stop every now and then and take a look at the agriculture products being farmed on the Dawei Peninsula. You will drive pass rice fields and rustic villages until you arrive at a very tiny village for a walk to a secluded bay. It depends on the tide which beaches you are going to, some are only accessible by foot, others you can drive to.

Your trip continues after a local lunch (included) towards Dawei Point. After driving along a cliff road with magnificent views over the ocean, you arrive at accommodation in the afternoon. Now, it is time to unwind and relax. Enjoy a sundowner and a delicious seafood dinner.

  • Accommodation: Beach Bungalows
  • Meals: breakfast, lunch at local restaurant

Day 2: Around Dawei Point ( 45 kilometers / 28 miles)

After breakfast, you drive to a small fishing village Nyaung Byin where you get to know about the daily life of the fishermen. Two of the main products, which are produced here is dry fish and fish paste. Depending on the tide, you will go for a ride along a four-kilometer beach stretch with turquoise waters and sand so fine that you can hear it. On your way out, you drive about a steep climb to Dawei’s own Golden Rock Pagoda. Enjoy the breathtaking panoramic view from the top down on Grandfather’s beach and the surrounding villages. You will have lunch in a local clean restaurant.

In the afternoon, you drive to another beautiful beach call Horse Shoe Bay. Here, you enjoy some more time for relaxing and swimming. You wait until the heat settles and continue a trip along the coastal cliff road towards Shin Maw Pagoda. This is one of the the 9 Shin Pagodas, pilgrims pray at all 9 of them to get good luck. You will watch a magnificent sunset from here. Afterwards, you will return to your bungalows.

  • Accommodation: Beach Bungalows
  • Meals: breakfast, lunch at local restaurant

Day 3: Say goodbye and return to Dawei (85 kilometers / 53 miles)

After breakfast and a last swim, you will pack your stuff together and head back towards Dawei. On the way, you will stop at a brick factory and learn how bricks are made. Getting closer to the city, you will see more and more toddy palm trees. Toddy palm juice is used for cooking and making alcohol. You can have a taste of the local brew and explain how it is made. In the afternoon, arrive back in Dawei. End of services.

Please note:

The itinerary is subject to change depending on road conditions, weather conditions, and availability of rooms. A supplement may occur and apply in case for changes. The regions of Southern Myanmar are still undeveloped and limited infrastructure for tourism in various ways which may affect service's level. This tour will be new venture destinations and adventure tour.

Life Seeing Tours will endeavor to obtain the best available accommodations, transport, and facilities for the clients. They do request your understanding for any practical aspects which may not reach up to your expectation and for delays or changes that may occur in the itinerary. Life Seeing Tours reserves the right to change and reroute the itinerary without prior notice, due to unforeseen circumstances that may occur and arise.

Skill level

Intermediate

  • can ride for three to four hours
  • average riding experience
  • little assistance required
  • comfortable with extreme curves and leans
  • average experience with unsurfaced roads
  • steep ascents and descents

Included excursions

The Grandfather’s beach

You will be visiting the Grandfather’s beach on the second day of this tour. The grandfather’s beach that is named after nearby Grandfather's hill (Burmese: Popo Gau) is a white beach that stretch about five kilometers long. It is a dream beach with turquoise waters and nothing around you except jungle. It is only accessible by motorbike.

Horse Shoe Bay

Also on the second day of this trip, you will be visiting Myin Kwa Aw Beach. It is the Horse Shoe bay at the far southern of the peninsula. All the beauty comes together at this place. The white beach and clear water, the jungle and the nearby fishing village, and the Shin Maw Pagoda (about 8 kilometers). There is a little bit snorkeling to the left side of the bay. There are small bays around the beach, where trees offer shade to spend a day out of the sun.

Guides

Tway San Aung

Location

During this tour, you will be able to explore the Dawei Peninsula, Myanmar on two wheels.

The Dawei Peninsula

The Dawei Peninsula stretches from Nabule Beach in the north (Burmese: Mayingyi Aw) for about 100 kilometers to the south and finishes at Dawei Point with Shin Maw Pagoda. Along this coastline, there are maybe the best onshore beaches in Myanmar. The access to these splendid beaches is missing infrastructure, which keeps them unspoiled. It will be only a matter of time as various investors announced already building plans.

There are opportunities for jungle trekking and snorkeling, most of them are not yet discovered. The daily life on the peninsula seems to be pretty relaxed and the local people are very welcoming. Main industry is fishing, rubber plantation, and rice paddy fields. It seems that there is a little wealth among the people as houses are in good shape and pagodas and monasteries nearly everywhere.

Food

During this tour, you will be served daily breakfast, as well as one soft drink per lunch and two bottles of water.

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Drinks

The following drinks are included:

  • Water

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Regular (typically includes meat and fish)
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

Things to do (optional)

Explore remote beaches

Interact with the locals

Taste some delicious food

What's included

  • Scooter hire (110 - 125 cc, semi-automatic or automatic Thai Honda)
  • Petrol
  • Services of English-speaking guide
  • 2 nights accommodation
  • 2 bottles of water
  • 2 cooling towels per person / day
  • 3 breakfasts
  • 3 local lunches
  • 1 soft drink per lunch

What's not included

  • Visa to Myanmar
  • International airfares and domestic airfares
  • Meals other than mentioned above
  • Personal expenses (laundry, beverages, phone bill, etc.)
  • Travel insurance
  • Scooter insurance
  • Tips

How to get there

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Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Yangon International Airport (RGN). Getting around by plane is the fastest and easiest way. There are daily flights from and to Yangon leaving from Dawei, Myeik, and Kawthaung. Right now, there are no connection flights from Southern Myanmar airports directly to Thailand (March 2019). Departure times and flight times (different airplanes) vary. Flights are not always on time. Only Myanmar National Airline is flying to the south in the 2018-2019 season.

Arrival by bus to Dawei

Southern Myanmar's (Burma's) infrastructure is getting better and comfortable VIP Buses run daily. Basically all major towns are link by highway #8. Every town will have a street with bus ticket seller or just ask at your guesthouse/hotel. The bus station however is most of the time out of town

Minivan services have started to serve major town connections (popular Myeik and Dawei). They are slightly quicker than buses and seem to pick you up at the hotel. The only downside is that the vans are not made for Western body sizes. Below travel times and prices for AC buses verse visa. (stopping in Mawlamyine and Dawei of course).

Arrival by train to Dawei

The railway line goes until Dawei. Tickets can be purchased directly at the train station on the day of departure. There is no need any longer to pay in USD. Be aware that travel times are much more longer than bus rides, however they can be more pleasant. Especially Mawlamyine to Ye, when in the morning the mist lifts from the rice paddy fields. It departs daily at 4.30 a.m., taking at least six hours and costs about 3,000 MMK.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 10% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid on arrival.
3 days / 2 nights
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Pricing information

If you book for 2 to 4 persons, single supplement is available at 40 USD per person.

All prices are subject to change in case of increase in fuel surcharges, taxes, transportation costs, entrance fees, etc.

Minimum group size

This trip requires a minimum of 2 participants

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