ADVENTURE PUTAO TREKKING TOUR
Yangon – Putao –Namkham – Machanbaw – Mulashidi – Putao - Yangon The Rawang Trail (Soft Adventure Trekking) (6 days / 5 nights)
(6 days / 5 nights)
|Tour Prgram||The Rawwang Trail|
|Type||Soft Adventure Trekking|
|Coverage||Putao – Namkham – Machanbaw – Mulashidi - Putao|
A scenic beauty of the Putao plain!!
Situate 457 m above sea level, lies in a flat valley, famous as a jumping off point for trekkers who want to explore the region’s deep forests, wildlife sanctuaries and snow-capped mountains.
Located on the bank of Malikha River at the bottom of Namhti mountain range. Originally by Hkamti Shan name meaning “Golden river” has became the centre of cultivation place for the fruits that first missionary team have introduced thus to day famous for its sweet fruits production.
Located across Malikha River, connected by beautiful Malikha suspension bridge.
Meaning in Lisu “the village stands in the thatch field along Mula River”. Beautiful set up Lisu village lies 14 km south of Putao connected by 159 m long suspension bridge and provides a fascinating view to the mountains as a backdrop.
Day 01: Yangon arrival & sightseeing (by car)
Arrive at Yangon International Airport and welcome by Young Top Tycoon Tourism representative and our tour guide. Check in hotel. Yangon sightseeing includes; the Royal Park , one of the most popular green spaces in the downtown area of Yangon. Here you see the glittering Karaweik Barge, a replica of the Royal Bridge and enjoy the view over the lake up to the Shwedagon Pagoda. Visit to the city center with the gilded 2500 years Sule Pagoda.And visit colonial style buildings surrounding Mahabandula Park . Proceed toChaukhtatgyi (Reclining Buddha) Pagoda to see 70-meters long colossal reclining Buddha. Then drive to stroll through a narrow street of China Town including the short visit to Tao Temple. Then, shortly before sunset, the 107 meters high golden stupa of Shwedagon Pagoda will glitter in the soft light of the early evening.
Overnight at hotel in Yangon.
Day 02: Yangon – Putao (by flight & car) (Tue)
After breakfast at hotel, transfer to airport for flight to Putao. Upon arrival at Putao airport you will be met by Putao Trekking House's representative and transferred to your guest house. 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 take a walk around Putao for the orientation. Dinner and overnight at Putao Lodge.
Day 03: (Wed)
By jeep to Htawadum, excursion Kaungmulon and trek to Namkham. Overnight at Namkham Village house.
Day 04: (Thu)
Trek to Machanbaw, excursion to stone dragon and suspension bridge, boat excursion to Nat Kyun, further excursion to Mulashidi with beautiful suspension bridge. Overnight at Putoa Lodge.
Day 05: Putao - Yangon (by flight & car) (Fri)
Breakfast and perhaps a last minute shopping at Putao market and further visit in and around Putao with suggestion by your guide. Lunch and afternoon transfer to airport for your onward departure flight to conclude this unique experience
Day 06: Yangon sightseeing & departure (by car)
After breakfast at hotel, morning stop to take photo in the front of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s house area who got Nobel peace prize in 1991. Shopping at Gems mart and Handicraft shops at Bogyoke (Scott) Market where you can buy many souvenirs. And visitKaba Aye (World Peace) Pagodaand drive to Yangon International airport for departure. If time permit on the way visit to Lawka Chanthar Arbayar Laba Muni Buddha Image (Kyauktawgyi) and White Elephant camp and departure.
Remark: The domestic flights are flying due to the schedule time and date.
Yangon Head Office Address
No.199 (2 nd floor), Botahtaung Pagoda Road (Middle Block), Pazuntaung Township, Yangon, Myanmar.
Bagan / Nyaung U Branch Office Address
Lanmadaw 2 Road ( Beside of Eden Motel-3 )Myoma Kwet Thit Ward ( No 3 Block ) Nyaung U, Mandalay.
(Near Nyaung U Market / Mani Sithu Market )
Tel : +95-9-761 690 802
Website : www.ytt-international.com, www.myanmartourismytt.com