Putao - Situate 1499 feet above sea and located far north of Myanmar in Kachin State, descendent from eastern Himalayan region. 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.
Local tribal communities in Putao region are of Hkamti Shan, Doolin Jimphaw (Kachin), and White color Rawan, Myanmar's gypsy Lisu, Pigmy Tarong,
hunting community of Htalu and Tibetan who lives in the far north in the Himalayas. Putao town and fort was built during 1914-15 by Commissioner
Mr. Hertz along with Fort which later known as Fort Hertz. Later a Missionary basing the Rawan and Lisu tribe as initial and introduce Grapefruit,
Washington Naval, Vlincha Orange, Ruby Oranges, King Orange and King Mandarin plus America Lime were introduced.
A scenic beauty of the Putao plain !
Namkham - Located on the bank of Malikha River at the bottom of Namhti mountain range.
Originally by Hkamti Shan name meaning “Golden River”, has become the center of
cultivation place for the fruits that first missionary team have introduced thus to day
famous for its sweet fruits production.
Machanbaw - Located across Malikha River, connected by beautiful Malikha suspension bridge.
Mulashidi - Meaning in Lisu “the village stands in the thatch field along Mula River”. Beautifully set up
Lisu village lies 14 km south of Putao connected by 159 meter long suspension bridge and
provides a fascinating view to the mountains as a backdrop.
Arrival in Putao, transfer to hotel. Walking tour in and around Putao.
By jeep to Htawadum, excursion Kanugmulon and trek to Namkham.
Boat to Machanbaw, excursion to Fairy Island, further excursion to Mulashidi.
Transfer to airport for your onward departure
Package rate based on twin share,
Valid(01 Oct ’16 – 31 May’17)
Package Rate Per Person
Airport transfers and ground
transportation (coach, jeep, truck)
Expenditure on personal nature such as laundry, beverages, gratitude to guides, porters etc
Any cost associate with transportation of the equipment (except for personal use) which is necessary for the trek.