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The Pa Oh - 18 Days/17 Nights

Yangon – Mandalay – Bagan – Pindaya – Inle Lake

The Pa Oh - 18 Days/17 Nights

Yangon – Mandalay – Bagan – Pindaya – Inle Lake

The Pa Oh - 18 Days/17 Nights

Yangon – Mandalay – Bagan – Pindaya – Inle Lake

The Pa Oh - 18 Days/17 Nights

Yangon – Mandalay – Bagan – Pindaya – Inle Lake

The Pa Oh - 18 Days/17 Nights

Yangon – Mandalay – Bagan – Pindaya – Inle Lake

Overview

The long journey will feel like a short one as you discover the ethnic tribes of Shan State and explore the beautiful sceneries that land has to offer. From the beauty of Hsipaw, travelled through a train passing the Goteik Viaduct, to exploring the Pa Oh tribes with historical legends, this trip will create memorable experiences as you trek through the undiscovered regions of Mystical Myanmar.

Highlights

  • Trekking through the Pa Oh Villages as you experience the daily lives of the locals
  • Cruising along the mighty Irrawaddy River from Mandalay to Bagan
  • Taking a local train across one of the world’s highest train trellises at Goteik Viaduct

DAY 01

Arrival Yangon

Welcome at Yangon International Airport. Transfer and check in at the hotel. Orientation tour Yangon if time permits. Visit the colonial area, Sule Pagoda – the landmark of Yangon City Centre, Chaukhtatgyi Reclining Buddha Image. Finally, visit Shwedagon Pagoda- one of the wonders of the world. Overnight in Yangon.

DAY 02

Yangon - Heho - Pindaya - Kalaw

Transfer to the airport and flight to Heho. Upon arrival at Heho airport, Drive to Pindaya by enjoying the marvelous landscapes of hilly region with vegetables plantation, terrace landing cultivation, etc. Visit the Pindaya Caves – houses 8094 Buddha Images. And then continue to Kalaw. Transfer and check in at the hotel and overnight.

DAY 03

Kalaw - Lamine - Kone Hla - Htee Tein

We begin the 02 days trekking to Inle Lake. Transfer by car to Lamaine village 45minut drive. Walking to Pa Oo village (8km). Taking rest and have a tea.we walking under the pine-tree .And we will arrive Paw Ke’ Village at (11:00Am) .Take a rest in the village.
After the break, 01:30 hours walk to Goan Hla villag and visit around the village Continue walking to Pat To Pauk Village and overnight.

DAY 04

Htee Tein – Kyauk Su – Ng uet – Tone le – Inle Lake [Trekking Guide]

Start the trekking with visit to an old monastery. Continue your trekking for 45minutes to Htee Tein village. Visit around the village. Proceed trekking about 1 hour to Kyauk Su Village. On the way we can see panoramic Inlay view from the top of the hill. From Kyauk Su Village you can walk up and down for about 01:30 hrs to Nanyoke village. After Nanyoke, 01hour walk to Tankamout Village. Between Tankamout Village and Tone Le, you have to walk down very hard. Then continue trek to Tone Le`village.(10km-1:30 hours). Then, Transfer to hotel and overnight.

DAY 05

Excursion Inle

Visit by boat to the local tribe market if coincides, In Thein Pagodas, Lotus petal robe & silk weaving looms at Inn Paw Khone village, Phaungdaw Oo Pagoda the most venerable pagoda on the lake, Ngaphechaung monastery, etc. Overnight at Inle Lake.

DAY 06

Inle - Heho - Mandalay

Leisure on your own. Transfer to the airport for the flight to Mandalay. Upon arrival at Mandalay Airport, transfer to hotel and check-in. Overnight in Mandalay.

DAY 07

Mandalay

Boat excursion to Mingun (01 hour) along mighty Ayeyarwaddy River. During the river cruise, we may enjoy the fascinating landscapes of the river as well as the daily life of the people living along the Ayeyarwaddy. Visit Mingun pagoda – unfinished pagoda & the biggest ringing bell of 90 tons, the unusual Myatheindan pagoda. Cruise back to Mandalay and visit to the Kuthodaw Pagoda – the world biggest book, Shwenandaw (Golden Palace) Monastery. Finally enjoy the sunset on top of Mandalay Hill where we can admire the beauty of Mandalay City, Shan Plateau, etc. Overnight in Mandalay.

DAY 08

Excursion Amarapura, Sagaing & Ava

Visit to Amarapura – an ancient capital of Myanmar, where we can observe the life of over 1000 monks at Mahagandaryon Monastery & silk weaving factory. Proceed to Sagaing, where we can observe the fascinating landscapes of the Ayeyarwaddy River from serene Sagaing Hill, the place of over 700 monasteries. Continue to Ava and visit by horse carts to Maenu Okkyaung Monastery – built by the chief queen in 1818, Nan Myint Tower – 27 meter masonry high, Bargayar Monastery – well known for its wood carving with 267 teak pillars. Come back to Amarpaura and enjoy the sunset by crossing Over U Bein Bridge. Overnight in Mandalay.

DAY 09

Mandalay - Pyin Oo Lwin [2 hrs] - Hsipaw [2 hours]

Drive to Pyin Oo Lwin, former colonial hill station at 1040 meters above the sea level. We can observe the pine trees, eucalyptus and silver oak, coffee, vegetables and strawberries, which are grown on the slopes of the hills. Upon arrival Pyin Oo Lwin, enjoy Coffee Plantation Tour.
“Discover the true meaning of farm-to-table with a guided tour and tasting at one of the country’s premier coffee plantations. Sithar coffee farm founded in 1996 located on the hill town at 3300 feet, ideal for coffee growing.2hrs guided coffee tour and hiking 40 acre with the lush tree-shaded coffee fields, the tropical hills you will discover how coffee I grown and harvested.
The local farmer will guide you to understand the process of milling coffee green beans. You will have chance to strap on a picking basket and begin picking the really dark red ripe beans. Freshly roasted coffee will be cupped using pour over. Proceed to Hsipaw. Transfer to hotel and free. Overnight in Hsipaw.

DAY 10

Hsipaw (6 Hours Trek)

Start walking from Hotel along Tai (Shan) Villages and seasonal vegetable crop, rice paddy along natural spring and stream.
Reach Palaung (Pinpwee) village, have local lunch in a house rest a bit.
Take afternoon walk through tea crops and pine woods to reach farther minority (ManTan) hamlet and experience village life at evening with local family, have dinner served by housewife and night break.

DAY 11

Hsipaw (5 Hours Trek)

Start walking after local breakfast through farther minority villages (Tan Sant) along little forest for several hours and have break
and lunch at a charming, beautiful minority village.
Take afternoon walk along farther villages and reach Tai (Shan) Village, overnight at local house.

DAY 12

Hsipaw (5 Hours Trek)

Start walking after local breakfast through farther Tai (Shan) villages along down slope for several hours, have break and lunch at hot spring or in Tai village. Reach Hi-way road, get pickup back to Hotel.

DAY 13

Hsipaw - Mandalay

After visiting the bustling local market [except on Full Moon & New Moon Days], drive back to Mandalay and visit Baw Gyo Pagoda on the way. Check-in at the hotel upon arrival to Mandalay and free time. Overnight.

DAY 14

River cruise to Bagan

Early morning, transfer to the jetty for the river cruise to Bagan. Leisure and enjoy the marvelous landscapes during the cruise. The boat may stop in some villages to get the local passengers up and down. Arrive to Bagan and transfer to hotel. Free time and overnight in Bagan.
If the weather doesn’t permit or due to lack of passengers, the boats sometimes cancel the trip [especially between April and September] and we might have to do it overland [about 4/5 hours]

DAY 15

Bagan

Visit colorful local market, Shwezigon Pagoda-the glory of Bagan,Htilominlo Temple-the best pilaster carving, Nathtaukkyaung -monastery made of teak wood, Ananda Temple-the masterpiece of Bagan, Gubyaukgyi Temple-the best mural paintings of 11th century, Manuha Temple, Dhamayangyi Temple-the biggest temple in Bagan, Sulamani Temple-the 12th century temple, the lacquer-ware workshop-the unique of Bagan, etc. Finally, enjoy the sunset on the top of a Sunset Hill. Overnight in Bagan.

DAY 16

Morning Cycling tour/Horse cart tour in Bagan and afternoon enjoy cruise

Visit of Bagan by cycling tour or horse cart tour. Bagan is the richest Archeological sites in Myanmar and once splendid and glorious capital of the First Myanmar Empire. It is the most amazing site in Myanmar as in every direction we look, we will see ruins of all sizes huge and glorious like Ananda soar towards the sky, and small, graceful pagodas & temples stand alone in the fields.
Explore unknown temples as addition to Tour Sightseeing in Bagan. Back to your hotel. In the afternoon around 02:30PM, transfer to jetty and take private local boat along Ayeyarwaddy River and cruise until to see Shwezigon pagoda and scene of Bagan.
Then sailing down and stop at little village Selan, river village.
[OPTIONAL: Enjoy cocktail at sandbank near Selan village by enjoying marvelous view over Majestic Bagan of spectacular sunset]. Cruise back to Bagan, transfer to hotel and free. Overnight in Bagan.

DAY 17

Bagan -Yangon

Transfer to airport for flight to Yangon. Upon arrival, visit to Bogyoke market which is also known as Scott’s market [except on Mondays & Public Holidays], China Town, Indian Town, etc. Finally, visit Shwedagon Pagoda- one of the wonders of the world. Overnight in Yangon.

DAY 18

Departure

Transfer to Yangon International Airport for the departure.

Remarks

  • Recommended between October to May
  • From June to mid-October, trekking routes may vary according to the weather conditions
  • Accommodation during trekking in Hsipaw and Kalaw to Inle is not specialized for tourist
  • Able to customize the tour

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