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While the team at Myanmar Diaries aims to provide you with a tailored experience of this amazing country, we are 100% committed to preserving the environment and the natural resources of this country. We also strive to protect the local heritage, while leaving a positive impact on the communities that we come into contact with during our tours.
One of the differences between Myanmar Diaries and other tour agencies is that we call this vast and mystical country as our home. We love the natural settings and the people, and we aim to give back to society and work with local charity groups to help further develop the community.
Myanmar is one of the few countries which remain untouched by the hands of tourism. The culture has stood for thousands of years, and it is our intention to keep it that way for many generations to come. Our aim is to leave a minute footprint when conducting our tours. All of our travel partners adhere to our responsible travel policies and our guides strive to help travelers to understand the local customs, traditions and etiquettes.
To put it simply, our ethos is to not exploit the local communities’ or the environment.
Myanmar Diaries strictly ensures that tours adhere to the following:
The teams at Myanmar Diaries are all employed locally, which gives you the most authentic experience possible. By using a local guide, you have someone who can answer your questions from a local perspective and give you an insight into the local customs and culture.
As guests to this magical and mysterious country, we have the highest of responsibilities to protect the unique landscape and the incredible heritage. We all must find the best way to stop damaging this part of the world. It is our long-term commitment to the region, and in order to achieve those goals, we have put together a short list on how you can help preserve the generation while enjoying this beautiful country.