ProjectS

 Khiri Reach supports both ‘People’ and ‘Planet’ projects. ‘People’ projects aim to help disadvantaged sections of society in all the countries we operate in, across Asia, and support communities to improve their living conditions in a sustainable way. The threat of destruction of natural resources across Asia is a real concern, and therefore conservation and an environmentally friendly approach is a key feature of the ‘Planet’ projects that we support.

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Burmese Star Tortoise Conservation Centre

The Burmese star tortoise is an endangered species originally from the dry zone in Myanmar and in urgent need of protection.

Dos and Don'ts

As Khiri Travel Myanmar is very concerned of educating our clients, each party arriving to Myanmar will receive a copy of the Do ...

Saunders weaving School

Contribute to the Saunders weaving school just outside of Mandalay in order to promote traditional Myanmar weaving skills and to ...

Start-up support

Khiri Myanmar has in the past supported several businesses in order to start operating and to earn a livelihood from tourism act ...

Carbon Offsetting and Tree Planting

Encourage clients to donate for carbon offsetting tree planting for each domestic or international flight.

Yangon Good Guide

Further support innovative and sustainable SEs within Yangon and the region with the continuous development of the Yangon Good G ...

Bagan Plastic Campaign

Khiri Reach is cleaning up in Myanmar with the Bagan Plastic Campaign Complaining about an issue doesn’t make it go away.

Water Wells across Myanmar

Water Wells are being funded and built in villages in Myanmar's Dry Zones to ensure much needed water security

Clean Drinking Water and Refill Stations

In order to encourage responsible consumption from tourists as well as help local communities gain access to drinkable water, Kh ...

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LATEST PROJECT

Burmese Star Tortoise Conservation Centre

The Burmese star tortoise is an endangered species originally from the dry zone in Myanmar and in urgent need of protection.

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