Birding at Natmataung (Mount Victoria) National Park. This site is a major focal point of your tour. Here you should be able to see White-browed Nuthatch and Burmese Tit (recently recategorised, from Black-browed Tit), Myanmar's fifth and sixth endemics which are known only here. Other speciality birds that might be seen on this area are near-endemics - Mount Victoria Babax (recently recategorised, from Chinese Babax), Chin Hills Wren-babbler (recently recategorised, from Long-tailed Wren-babbler), Assam
(recently recategorised, from Chestnut-crowned Laughingthrush), Stripe and Brown-capped Laughingthrushes, Green Shrike-babbler, Buff-breasted Parrotbill (recently recategorised, from Black-throated Parrotbill), Bar-tailed and Hume's Treecreepers, Black-throated Prinia (recently recategorised, from Hill Prinia) and Whistler's Warbler, together with rare and Hodgson's Frogmouth, Yellow-billed Blue Magpie, Grey-sided Thrush, Indian Blue Robin, Spotted Forktail, White-tailed and Chestnut-vented Nuthatches, Black-bibbed, Green-backed and Black-throated Tits, Striated Bulbul, Chestnut-headed Tesia, rare Broad-billed and Bush Warblers, Blue-winged Laughingthrush, Crimson-faced Liocichla (recently recategorised, from Red-faced Liocichla), Rusty-fronted and Streak-throated Barwings, Grey Sibia, Himalayan Cutia, Sickle-billed Scimitar, Streak-breasted Scimitar, Scaly-breasted Wren, Pygmy Wren, Black-eared Shrike and Black-headed Shrike Babblers, Bar-throated and Red-tailed Minlas, Blue-winged Siva, White-browed, Rusty-capped and Nepal Fulvettas, Stripe-throated Yuhina, Spot-breasted Parrotbill, Fire-tailed Sunbird, Spot-winged Grosbeak, Yellow-breasted Greenfinch and many more. Packed lunch is included and dinner at local restaurant.
Accommodation at The Floral Breeze Hotel (Deluxe Room) or similar, Kampelet.