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    - Historic site of Bagan
    - Cultural city of Mandalay
    - Trekking to ethnic villages
    - Floating villages, floating farms of Inle Lake

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    - Trekking to ethnic villages
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    - Floating villages, floating farms of Inle Lake

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14 Days Myanmar Putao Trekking Tour to Nomung Village or the Last Village

Tour Code No.  (AYDM-02)/ Tour Possibility Period (November to May)

Note: For 2014 – 2015 Putao Trekking Tours, flights are on Wednesday, Thursdays & Saturdays only!

Day 1: Yangon Arrival Day and Yangon Site-seeing

Upon arrival at airport, after luggage collection, you will be welcome by local tour guide. In the afternoon, visit Kandawgyi Park to relax, Chaukhtetgyi Reclining Buddha image which is the biggest one in Yangon, and evening visit to the most significant pagoda, Shwedagon, which the global scholars describe as One of Wonders In The World. Shwedagon plays very important role in the Old Burmese History not only standing as the holiest structure for the Buddhist all over the world. Enjoy the sunset from nearly 26-century years old Most Glorious Buddhist Shrine.

Overnight in Yangon.

 

Day 2: Yangon – Putao(B,L,D)

Upon arrival at Putao airport, transfer to your hotel. Putao, lies in a flat valley, jumping-off point for trekkers who want to explore the region’s deep forests, wildlife sanctuaries and snow-capped mountains etc. After a brief fresh up and light lunch we take a walk in and around Putao for the orientation.

Dinner and overnight at Putao Khakaborazi Guest House.

 

Day 3: Putao – Machanbaw – Allanga(B,L,D)

Breakfast and we board on jeep for Machanbaw with the distance 22 km which takes about one hour partly on paved and gravel road. Our adventure start here as we get off the jeep, cross suspension bridge on foot and trek on winding road snakes its way through the mountain ranges to Htikha camp situates near Htikha creek with the distance 14 km which takes about 4 hours. The region is covered with lush vegetation, fast flow streams and waterfalls. We cross 73 meter long suspension bridge and continue trek to our today destination Alangga, situate 1520 ft, 460 meter above sea with the distance 3 km which should take us about one hour. Majority of tribe in this village are of Lisu, mixed with some Rawang and Kachin.

Dinner and overnight at one of the local homes.

 

Day 4: Alangga – Htangga (B,L,D)

Breakfast and we start trek to Htangga village with the distance 19 km which should take us about 6 hours passing through the dense forests. This section probably is the most challenging trek of entire journey. Once we cross Namti creek, the road winds steeply upwards with a gorge on the left and a wall of mountains on the right. The higher the altitude, the colder the weather becomes. As we pass through dense forest one usually comes across barking deer, jungle fowls and birds flashing through the woods. Once we cross 55 meters suspension bridge we arrive Htangga situates approx 2200 ft, 670 meters above sea Majority tribe of this village are of Kachin mixed with Lisu.

Dinner and overnight at one of the local homes.

 

Day 5: Htangga- Uringga(B,L,D)

Breakfast and we trek on smooth path to Uringga with the distance 15 km which should take us about 5 hours passing through Hprutkha creek.

Dinner and overnight at one of the local homes.

 

Day 6: Uringga- Babaw vilage(B,L,D)

Breakfast and we shall be heading for our to day destination, Babaw with the distance 18 km which should take us about 6 hours via the path become downstream as mountain descend gradually. The forest along the way has been pristine and filled with lively with flora and fauna. Once we reach at Gasang creek we cross via a cane bridge to get Babaw, situate at 1750 ft, 520 meters above sea. Ratbaw is divided by Babaw creek that flows into the Gasang creek. We cross the 52 meter bridge to get to Babaw II where we plan to overnight at a guest house situates at confluence of the two creeks. Majority of tribe in this village are of Lisu mixed with Kachin and Rawang.

Dinner and overnight at guest house.

 

Day 7: Babaw – Rapbaw – Kwinmaling(B,L,D)

Breakfast and we head towards our today destination at Kwinmaling with the distance 19 km which should take us about 6 hours along Gasang creek with usually with dark-green colour water. We arrive at Magwiza camp, located 12 km from Babaw which is the junction to Nomung and Hkawnglanghpu or Hkawbude. We cross Gasang creek via 113 meter suspension bridge which linking Ratbaw I and II once we pass Dashehtu village. From here we continue trek about 6 km along the smooth gravel road to Kwinmaling with majority Rawang mixed with Kachin and Lisu tribe.

Dinner and overnight at guest house.

 

Day 8: Kwinmaling – Nomung village(B,L,D)

Breakfast and we keep trek to our final destination at Nomung, situates at 1640 ft 500 meters above sea and the last frontier town of Myanmar with the distance 6 km which should take us about 3 hours through a 30 meter suspension bridge across the Beekoat creek which leads to the bottom of the mountain. We trek up the shoulder of the steep Beekoat Mountain and descend towards lowland along the creek with green plantations belong to the village. Majority of tribe at this village are of Rawang. We shall have an easy afternoon culturally and socially interaction with the locals. Dinner and overnight at one of the local homes.

 

Day 9: Nomung – Maza(B,L,D)

Breakfast and we change our direction on west to Maza. Our return journey will be on different route on mule trek rather then along the dirt road. First 6 km we trek along Kasankha stream which should take us about 3 hours and after cross on a suspension bridge we continue trek with the distance at 8 km which should takes us about 4 hours.

Dinner and overnight in tents.

 

Day 10:  Maza – Namti Forest Camp (B,L,D)
Breakfast and we turn our direction to south-west towards Namti, situate at 2300 ft, 700 meters above sea with the distance 19 km which should takes at about 6 hours. First 6 km will be up hill towards the shoulder of 6150 ft, 1875 meters Mt. Babulonhtan (locally known as Noi Ngum) by winding route through its top. Along the way you will witness many different species of orchid along with birds. Enjoy a spectacular view of snow capped Mountains in the far north. There will be snow on the top of this mountain during winter months. This is the very place that well-known botanist Frank Kingdon Ward has found many rare species of orchids during his botanic survey in 1920. Some of the rare orchids such as Phiopedilum Wadii or Cypripedium Wardlamon (generally known as black orchid) which has been named after the founder believe can only be seen in Myanmar. Beside black orchid there are many different species of orchids can be found here such as Indrovian, Clanthi, Simpidium, and Simpripedium ect. Noiwinlit and BabuLonhtan valley actually is the depot of botany in northern Myanmar having a huge range of flowers including Rhododendron Dendricoala and many deferent species of Begonias etc.

Dinner and overnight at one of the local homes.

 

Day 11: Namhti – Namsabum – Putao(B,L,D)
Breakfast and we keep trek through winding mule trek to Namsabum with the distance 15 km which should take us about 5 hours. Once we climb on Noiwinlit Mt. 4525 ft, 1380 meter we shall see snake like crawling Namti creek down in the bottom of valley from the distance. Once we cross Htikha creek by a suspension bridge the trek goes through up hills and then to downhill all the way to Namsabum. On the way we witness heavily forested jungle, often fill with noisy groups of monkeys. Continue trek to Salundum with the distance of 5 km which should take us about 2 hours on a relatively easy path. Once we cross Malikha river by long tail boat to Htawadum, our jeep awaits us and takes us back to Putao. We plan a farewell dinner with fellow group members, including guides and porters to commemorate the experience that we’ve shared for the past 10 days in this unique part of the world.

Overnight at Putao Khakaborazi Guest House.

 

Day 12: Putao(B,L,D)

Breakfast and we visit attractive Putao market often busy with local ethnic tribes. Later we visit Mulashidi Lisu village with the distance 35 km which takes about one hour by jeep. We visit attractive Lisu settlement and 159 meter long suspension bridge across Mula river. Enjoy beautiful surrounding often back drop with snow capped mountains in distance. Afternoon is free to explore some of the local villages.

Dinner and overnight at Putao Khakaborazi Guest House.

 

Day 13: Putao- Yangon(B)

Breakfast and perhaps a last minute shopping at Putao market. Later we transfer to airport for our onward departure flight to conclude this unique experience. Then transfer to Putao airport for the flight back to Yangon. Upon arrival, transfer to your hotel for check-in. Depending on the arrival time in Yangon, the visits to Sule Pagoda and the downtown area of Old Rangoon with many colonial buildings along with modern skyscrapers, take a walk along the Pansodan Road where you can see many more well-preserved Colonial Buildings including Port Authority and proceed up to Strand Hotel built in 1901. Then drive to Mawtin jetty to see the river-side activities.

Overnight in Yangon.
 

Day 14: Yangon Departure

After breakfast, depending on the departure flight time, visits in Yangon can be included; Scott Market which sells many Myanmar Traditional Handicrafts, namely, Pan Sai Myo, 10 kinds of flowers; Blacksmith, Goldsmith, Coppersmith, Stone Carvings, Wood Carvings, Lacquer Wares, and so on (Scott Market is off every Monday!). Visit the Colonial British Built Train Station and can enjoy the train ride on one of City Circling train(one-hour clockwise ride from the station to Insein Station is recommendable!)

Then transfer by car to Yangon International Airport for the flight back.

End of Program provided by Ayuda Myanmar Travel & Tour Agency!

Have a nice trip!!!

 

Services Included Services not Included
-Bed and breakfast in twin or double sharing room -Myanmar visa
-Basic Accommodation during the Trekking period -Early check-in and late check-out fees at the hotels
-Domestic flights by Air Bagan, Air Mandalay or Asian Wings -Tipping to guides, porters, and so on
-Air-con cars for site visits and transfers in Yangon , Jeep for Putao and during trekking up to Nomung without aircon -Drinks & other meals
-Entrance fees & permit for the mentioned places above.. -Other personal expenses
-Porter fees -Travel insurance
-Mineral water and cold towels -International airports tax of 10 USD per person
-English speaking Trekking Throughout Guide -International Flight Tickets from and to Yangon International Airport
-Meals as mentioned in the program -High altitude trekking equipments

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