The Rawan Trail (PT# 01)
Hiking through the dense woods, carpeted with farm land, teeming with ethnic minority gives you a wonderful educational experience
Packages: PT # 01 PT # 01 (A)
The Lisu Trail (PT# 02)
Hang around amidst the exotic tribal with elaborate religious practices, folk dances; local music enhances the magic and uniqueness
Packages: PT# 02 PT# 02 (A)
Putao Trekking House Guided Activities (PT# 03)
Emphasis on cultural and environmental sensitivity, flexibility to match varied activities to your multiple interests such as hiking,biking
Suitable for hardy eco-tourists who prefer the challenge of a testing back-packing trip in the mountain fastness. Trekking along the hunting trails through pristine forest stelment.
Generally covered with snow in the winter months. The richness of its biodiversity deserves to be maintained and fostered in the interest of coming generations.
The remoteness has helped to maintain the pristine purity of it forest and eco systems. Unparalleled opportunities to present day professionals in the field of zoology.
The Eastern Himalayas are heavily forested, ranging from dense evergreen tropical into mix subtropical and temperate forest with pines mixed, where trees are thickly padded with moss.
Lies in the rain shadow of the alpine range land, sacred water tower of Malikha. Meadow rangeland of the Himalaya harbors some of the world’s most outstanding rangeland ecosystems.
Witness heavily forested jungle with rich flora and fauna. Being depot of botany in northern Myanmar having a huge range of flowers including Rhododendron Dendricoala and many deferent species of Begonias etc. This is the very place that well-known botanist Frank Kingdon Ward has found many rare ....
Parched amongst snowcapped mountains and beautiful river valley, Khaunglanphu, probably more beautiful then Switzerland (as describe by famous British botanist kingdom Ward in his "Burma Icy mountains") having layers of stare case cultivation landscape with sow mountains surrounding in the back drop.
Hkakaborazi protected area lies on the pristine western headwaters of the Ayeyarwady, through thickly forested canyons, with a closer insight into tribal community and way of life unchanged for centuries. The last remaining members of the Tarong, an endangered race of diminutive people none of whom are more than 4 feet in height are amongst of the ethnic minorities inhabit in this area.
It’s a combination of a trek that take you to the tropical river valley, along the hunting trails through pristine forest and isolated settlements. The trail often goes winding through high witness different species of orchid along with birds. The Noiwinlit and Babulonhtan valley is the depot of botany in northern Myanmar having a huge range of flowers.