- Prettiest Landscape
Breathe taking landscapes and amazing shades of green from paddy fields, forests and mountains. Trees look spectacular with all the blooms from Flora and Fauna. Weather is not too hot in the dry zone, not too cold in the mountains. It’s a perfect time for adventure.
2. Help local people
Myanmar with its distinct good and bad tourist season, income for those in the industry can be extremely inconsistent. Visiting Myanmar on Green Season promotes sustainable tourism and helps communities earn a stable, year-round live able income.
3. No dust
Myanmar can be very dusty especially during summer with the humid weather. This season can also be referred to as the Green Season. That’s because instead of the landscape being arid and dusty, the trees, grass and flowers are now in full color and reinvigorated by the occasional rain.
4. Variety of fresh fruits and vegetables at their best.
An abundance of rain this winter has helped make plants look more vibrant, fresher and greener.
5. Avoid the crowd
Low tourist season means less to zero queue and lower chance of other tourists photo-bombing your photos. As most hotels on country side are less crowded, a royalty treat can be expected as the staff has less to provide service.
6. Save Money
Wider selections of available hotels and room types with attractive promotions and excellent value for money. Many hotels, tours, and activities will have different rates for high and low season. If you travel during peak season, expect to pay premium for most things. To encourage even more tourists to visit Myanmar in this time of year, hotels have also come up with additional benefits and promotional packages for tourists.
7. Chances of upgrades
With fewer tourist means more availability, usually airlines and hotels may give you an upgrade rather than going empty. Upgrades mean excellent reviews on social media and online travel agents, more publicity and recommendation through word of mouth.