Hpa‐an, the capital of Kayin State, lies at the foot of the prominent Zwekabin Mountain. You will have the opportunity to wander through the town’s narrow streets and visit its lively market.
Next, visit Sadan Cave (approx. 34 km outside Hpa‐an), one of the most impressive caves in Myanmar. For approx. 15 minutes, you will walk through the narrowing and widening parts of the cave, passing ceiling openings, until you reach the exit, which leads on to a beautiful pond covered in hibiscus flowers. Here, boats will await you, ready to take you to the other side through an opening beneath the rocks. From here, stroll through the fields and rocky landscape, taking about 20 minutes to return to the cave entrance.
The tour will then proceed on to Eindu, a small city with a weaving cottage industry.
Next, travel on to Lumbini Park, with its 2,980 Buddha statues located at the foot of Zwekabin Mountain. In the late afternoon, watch the sunset at Kyauk Ka Lat, also known as ‘James Bond Rock’, due to its unusual shape. The setting is idyllic and the views stunning.