Trekking to Chin Village New

Duration : 7 Days/ 6 Nights
Best time- From October to April
Grade - Medium

Day 1 : Bagan - Chauk - Kampalat by car

Depart for Kampalat about 100 miles for 8-hour drive, across Ayeyarwaddy River over bridge. On the way you may have opportunity to see some of the prominent local birds of lowland area. Kampalat is an old British settlement town situates 4560 ft above sea. The temperature is cool year round and pleasant. Lunch on the way, dinner and overnight at local guesthouse.

 
Day 2 : Kampalat (hiking)
Day return trekking to one of the Chin villages in the area such as Yelaungban, Hlalaung or Makyaukah villages about 5 miles for 3 hour trek to observe way of life in Chin tribe. You could note Chin tribe women wearing various pattern of tattoo on their face and attractive amber necklaces. Lunch, dinner and overnight at local guesthouse.
 
Day 3 : AyeSakan (car + trekking)

Depart for AyeSakan 5700 ft above sea about 12 miles for 4 hours through evergreen forest with large oaks and laurels which later changes in to a dry low pine forest with rhododendron. It is quite attractive sceneries with numerous kinds of native birds. From here you can see Mindut at 4860 ft right on the other side of the mountain. Lunch on the way, dinner and overnight at AyeSakan camp.

 
Day 4 : AyeSakan - Kyardo (trekking)

Visit the blacksmith who has been doing this for 30 years. Depart by car up to 4 mile about 30 minutes and leave the jeep and trek to Kyardo village about 1 hour to a village where most people from this village speak their native Chin language and rather difficult to communicate unless you have proper Chin local guide. People grow maze, beans and tea plantation, beside most of the men in the villages are also skilled hunters. Lunch on the way, dinner and overnight at a local house.

 
Day 5 : Kyardo - Mindut (trekking / car)

Trekking down to the valley to Chechaung about 2 hour, arrive at your jeep and continue driving on mountains to Mindut about 1 hour. This up hill drive provides magnificent view of the mountains. In Mindut you may note various Chin traditional dances (frighten away the monkey to protect their crops, dance when someone dies, ritual offering dance, frightening evils dance etc. Lunch on the way, dinner and overnight at local guesthouse.

 
Day 6 : Mindut

In Mindut you may observe various Chin traditional dances, frighten away the monkey to protect their crops, dance when someone dies, ritual offering dance, frightening evils dance etc. You can also observe Chin musician who blow the bamboo flute with his nose and a church. Farewell dinner with local Chin traditional dance over a bonfire joining hand in hand. Lunch, dinner and overnight at local guesthouse.

 
Day 7 : Mindut - Pontaung - Pakokku - Bagan (jeep)

Drive to Pontaung about 40 miles for 3 hour. Pontaung and Ponnyar mountain range is very famous among archaeologist as recent discover by the International team of the fossilized remains found from Pontaung formation about 34 to 50 million years. The team discovered fragments of such animals as turtle, crocodile, rhinoceros, and pig in Pontaung stone layers. Continue to Pakokku about 40 miles for 4 hour, across Ayeyarwaddy River by craft ferry and continue to Bagan. Lunch on the way, dinner and overnight in Bagan.

 

Price in US$ per person in a group of;

1 paxt 2 pax 3-4 pax 5-7 pax 8-14 pax 15-20 pax
2040 1140 1120 1020 980 850
Extra Single Room Supplement is US$ 240
Validity up to March 2017

 Included in the price are:

  • Daily breakfast.
  • All entrance fees.
  • Local Tour guide.
  • Shared accommodation.
  • All transfers by car & boat.
  • Lunch and dinner (full board).
  • Taxes and services.

Not include in the price are:

  • Tips to guide and drivers.


Above services shall be tailored in accord with your travel plan.

 

 

 

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