Two days one night – trek

( Two days one night trek along the mountainous villages and back by taxi to Hsipaw.)


Our guide will come to pick you upat your hotel, 8 O’clock in the morning, after your breakfast. We will transfer by Tuk Tuk ride for 10mins to a Shan village. Start the trekking, walk and enjoy the local garden which surrounded my their agriculture field. After 1 Hrs of trek up the hill, we will have small tea break to refresh our self. Then we will continue to trek up slowly by visiting pass more of the Shan villages. After of 4 Hrs walk, we will have Lunch at mountain Ta-Palaung village and have a good afternoon rest. During the walk, you will enjoy the different landscape and the scenery. After lunch in the late evening, we will continue to walk for 2 or 3 Hrs more to next Ta-PaLaung village for over- night stop. During the afternoon walk, we will visit the tea plantation, see the pine forest, see the panoramic view of mountainous range scenery. When we reach the village, We will rest and visit around the village. our overnight at the local family home. the village is located surrounded by the tea plantation. (6 or 7 total walk- up and down)

After the breakfast, we will start our trek to next mountain top village (1600 M) by enjoying the morning view and all the nature differences. We will enjoy the view from a village, and the nice scenery of the cloud leaving up from the valley. Next, we will trek along the valley into the jungle to have the different experience of nature. After 3 Hrs walk and we will have lunch at another Tang-Palaung village. After Lunch , we will have one hour tour to different Shan village by enjoy the different scenery of rocky mountain. After the tour, we will get Pick-up for(40 mins ride) down to a Shan village and visit one of the most famous mirror art temple. After ward, we will head to refresh our self at Water fall and enjoy the nice view of Hsipaw region. After refreshing, we will go back to your hotel to relex and finished the trek at about 4 or 5 pm. (about 5 Hrs walk)


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