With the strong emergence of the Myanmar market and high demand from Spanish speaking countries, Vietnam-based travel company ActiveTravel Asia has launched a website for native Spanish speakers to book a package to Myanmar.
The website ViajeBirmania.com is a compilation of the most essential information to plan a trip to Myanmar in Spanish.
The website offers various length packages categorised in different themes of activities. There is Classic tours (Classico Tours) which include easy to moderate physical activities covering the most popular destinations of Myanmar (Birmina).
Adventure Tours (Adventura Tours) consist of trekking, hiking trips and focuses on traveller experience. There are Special tours (Especiales Tours) – a selection of packages which are often programs such as Putao rafting or diving in Mergui tours and even some tours not operated regularly.
Another tour category is Combined Tours (Viajes Combinados). That is some suggestions of excursion in other Indochina countries which well match with a Myanmar tour package.
The website also gives some essential information for visitors ready to book a tour to Myanmar confidently. The trip planners can find information from physical facts of Myanmar to hidden tips – such as how to get Visa on Arrival to Myanmar.
“The difficulty of visa for countries without Myanmar embassies and consulates is no more with the back end supporting team,” the firm said.
“We are proud to offer Myanmar tours in Spanish,” said Bobby Nguyen, supervisor of this project and GM of ActiveTravel Asia.
“We have seen the rapid increase in demand from Spanish markets recently and we have strong human resources capacity. We can supply 24/7 Spanish speaking consultants and qualified Spanish speaking tour guides in Myanmar.
“With our experience and understanding of destination, we are confident to offer Spanish tourists best packages to Myanmar in their native language.”
ActiveTravel Asia is an adventure brand name under management of Holiday Indochina, and offers adventure travel to Indochina countries including Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.