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Putao

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. The richness in biodiversity of this region presents unparalleled opportunities in the field of Tribal, zoology, botany, forestry, ecology as well as hardy eco-tourists who prefer the challenge of a testing back-packing trip in the mountain fastness of Myanmar. In the foothills of the Himalayas in northern Putao situate Mt. Hkakabo Razi, the highest snow-capped mountain in South East Asia. 19269 feet (5881 meter) high and a very important watershed area for the eastern Ayeyarwady river (Name Hkam). The flagship trek of the area lies more than 440 kilometer away from nearest airstrip which takes nearly 6 weeks to complete. The route passes through the 1472-square-mile Hkakaborazi National Park. Apart from this there are several smaller peaks such as Mt. Lancrumadin of 3495 meters. Mt. Phongun Razi of 3485 meters, Mt. Phangran Razi of 4450 meters, Mt. Madwe Razi of 4500 meters and Mt. Slimatdin of 4800 meters etc which can be scaled by trekker with normal physical condition.

 

Putao Trekking - 09
 

A Unique settlement in the northern frontiers!
Nomung - Situated 125 km north of Putao at an altitude of 500 meters above sea is the centre for the area in terms of administration, health care and education in remote region. Nomung Township probably is one of the most sparsely populated areas in Asia having two people per square mile ratio. You will 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 British botanist Frank Kingdon Ward has found many rare species of orchids during his botanic survey in 1920s.


Tour Program Name The Last Frontier
Type Adventure Trekking
Trip Code PT # 09
Coverage Putao - Nomung - Putao
Duration 08 Day - 07 Night
Availability Nov - May
Grade Demanding

Draft Itinerary

Sr Day Particular of Itinerary Overnight
1 Tue/Fri Arrival, transfer to hotel. Walking tour in and around Putao Putao Lodge
2 Wed/Sat Jeep/truck to Magweza, junction to Hkawnglanghpu Local Home Stay
3 Thu/Sun Trek to Kwinmaling along Gasang creek Local Home Stay
4 Fri/Mon Trek through the shoulder of the Beekoat Mountain to Nomung Local Home Stay
5 Sat/Tue Heading toward west to Maza, on Journey by mule trek Tent Accommodation
6 Sun/Wed Uphill towards the shoulder of Babulonhtan peak to Namhti Tent Accommodation
7 Mon/Thu Winding trek to Namsabum, further trek to Htawadum, jeep to Putao Putao Lodge
8 Tue/Fri Transfer to airport for your onward departure End of Service.

 

Based on twin/ Double Share Accommodation (Validity: 01 oct 15 - 31 may 16)
Rate in usD / pax 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Single Supplement
Package rate per person 4550 2430 1910 1760 1720 1570 1600 1590 1510 1525 1530 1470 300

 

Service includes: -
 

  • Ground transport (coach, jeep, truck)
  • Accommodation (lodge, local home stay & tent)
  • Escorted English language leader, local trekking guide, cook & porters
  • Full board meal, safe drinking water
  • Travel Permit

Service excludes: -
 

  • Domestic airfare
  • Insurance (Please refer to Terms & Conditions)
  • Expenditure on personal nature such as laundry, beverages, gratitude to guides & porters etc

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