- Trek to Danu tribe, Palaung tribe and Pa-O Villages
- Tea Plantation, crab apple tree, chive area, coffee plantation, peanut, corn, ginger, potatoes and cauliflower, Danu, Palaung and Pa-O living style with traditional style
- Lunch at Danu Family House, Dinner and overnight at Palaung Monastery and Danu Monastery
Day 1 Pindaya – Yasakyi
Early morning, walk to the market and buy all the provision for your forthcoming 3 days trek. This morning, enjoy a walk through the hills, 1 hour, to Htwe Ni, village of the Danu tribe. You will pass through the farming where the Danu cultivates cheroot, tea plantations, damsons and mangoes on the hillsides. The track crosses the valley floor before climbing very steeply again to another Danu village of See Kyat Inn stop for simple lunch. Continue to walk about 2 hours to Yasakyi, another Danu village. In the afternoon, observe tribal village life and how the Palaung people dry cheroot in a specially designed oven. Simple dinner and accommodation at Yasakyi Monastery.
Meals included: Lunch, Dinner
Day 2 Yasakyi Monastery – Kan Hla Kone Village
Simple Breakfast. This morning, enjoy continue walking through the hills, 40 minutes, to a village of the Da Nu tribe. The Danu cultivates peanut, corn, ginger, potatoes and cauliflower on the hillsides. After 40 minutes, arrive at Danu village of Lin Lai Inn and continue about 40 minutes to Me Ne Taung, another Pao village. Have a simple lunch at Pin Sein Pinn village and have a chat with the people. Then, take another 2 hours to Kan Hla Kone for nightspot. Simple dinner and accommodation at Kan Hla Kone Village Monastery.
Meals included: Simple Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 3 Kan Hla Kone Village – Pindaya
Simple breakfast. This morning, enjoy continue walking through the hills. The path leads through several villages, producing Shan Tea in the traditional way. You will see the drying of the tealeaves and pass through the tea plantations. From the hills are great views on the surrounding Shan plateau. Back to Pindaya.
Meals included: Simple Breakfast
Please note that you will have to buy the extra light food and soft drinks for the whole trip already in Pindaya. In the villages walk through, you cannot buy anything. There is no shop, restaurant, phone etc. Visitors will sleep in either private houses (local!) or monasteries. Please note, that everybody is sleeping in one and the same room and there is absolutely no privacy. Man and woman have to sleep separately! There are no showers or bathrooms and you have to wash yourself together with the other people (with a sarong). Monastery stay will be simple and basic.
For the trekking tour the following items are essential:
- good walking shoes
- warm jacket and cloths (nights can be very chilly)
- sarong and towels
- first aid kit
- trekking stick
- mosquito repellent
- mosquito net Included:
- Trekking guide, the person who arrange food for the guest and porter
- Drinking water bottles, snow towels, lunch, dinner, breakfast, donation fees Validity : 1st May 2019 to 30th Apr 2020