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The Shan Highlands

The Shan Highlands

The Shan Hills (Shan Yoma), also known as Shan Highland, is a vast mountainous zone that extends through Yunnan to Burma and Thailand. The whole region is made up of numerous mountain ranges separated mostly by narrow valleys as well as a few broader intermountain basins. The ranges in the area are aligned in such a way that they link to the foothills of the Himalayas further to the northwest. Just behind Mandalay rise the first majestic foothills of the Shan Plateau, which can reach a height of over 2000 meters. This mountainous landscape is very beautiful, and the mild climate made the region very popular with the British. During the day it is pleasantly warm, but at night the temperatures can drop dramatically due to the altitude.

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The Chin Hills

The Chin Hills

With our Chin Hill expedition clients will have the opportunity to scale the summit of Mt. Victoria, enjoy the amazing views over the valley and surrounding mountains and experience the authenticity of life style of colorful Chin tribal women wearing different facial tattoo patterns on their face and attractive amber necklaces. From our base at Kanpetlet, we offer a range of experiential opportunities from a couple of days to a multiday hard-core treks venture deep in to the tribal communities.

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The Naga Hills

The Naga Hills

Our Naga Hill wildness trails takes you through hunting trails of the Naga Warriors, used to be the Prominent Heat Hunters.  For centuries the Naga people have lived in relative isolation, allowing them to preserve their customs and ways of life. The tribes are historically known for their strong warrior traditions and for practicing headhunting and preserving the heads of their enemies as trophies.

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The Himalaya

The Himalaya

Myanmar’s Kachin State in the Eastern Himalayas remains one of the least visited wilderness areas on earth, offering unique opportunities for true frontier exploration. Myanmar Highlands Eco-Adventure offers exclusive trekking programs into this tribal land of dense forests and snow-capped mountains, which to this day remain completely, cut off from the modern world.

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Mogok

Mogok

Mogok is known as the valley of Rubies, Mogok is located 200 kilometers north of Mandalay, nestled in a valley between a number of large mountains where, due to its altitude (1170 meters), a cool temperate climate can found all year round. The area that is said to be home to 90% of the world’s high-grade rubies. Located in Mandalay Division and bordering Shan State, the Mogok area hosts a diverse ethnic population, including Bamar, Shan, Lisu, Palaung, and Karen ethnic groups.

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