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2-Day Kalaw Hill-tribe Discovery, Myanmar

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2 Days 1 Night


English Speaking Station Guide

Pick Up Time

8:00 am

Pick Up Point

Hotel In Kalaw

Drop Off Point

Hotel In Kalaw


All Year Round (private Tour – Daily Departure)


A pleasant 2 days walking tour to Ywa Pu and Myin Ma Ti Village in Kalaw, mostly inhabited by the ethnic Danu, Pa-O and Taung Yoe people. The path is relatively unknown to most of the tourists and specially crafted for people who likes to hike off the beaten track.

In this tour, you will get to learn the wide spreading culture of local people and a new trekking route to Danu Village will be introduced. Witness local farmers still working with oxen and buffalo rather than machines in this traditional rural environment and thoroughly pass through colourful farming of vegetables and flowers on your way.

Experience the hiking in the villages and picnic dinner on the hill overlooking stunning view of Kalaw. The country side in the Shan State offers the most stunning pictures.

In every season, the colours of the fields are different and the farmers doing their work offer great photo opportunities. Meeting the local tribal people and observing their typical ways of life are simply amazing.

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  • Hiking up the hills and explore the villages around Kalaw
  • Hiking from Kalaw to Myin Ma Hti cave
  • Experience of exciting hiking adventure on the colourful Shan plateau around
  • Observing the abundant cultures, traditions and tribal ways of life throughout your journey
  • Trekking to Danu, Pa-O and Taungyoe tribal villages and to observe their living and traditional style,
  • Observing the Plantation of Tea leaves, Rice, Potato, Coffee, Mustard, Ginger, Malt Rice, Cabbage, Cauliflower etc.
  • Experience the traditional cuisines and overnight stays of Local House or Monastery.

Pick Up Point

Hotel pick-up is offered for this tour. Pick-up from your hotel in Kalaw. Please advise your hotel's name.

Pick Up Time

8:00 am

Drop Off Point

Drop-off at your hotel in Kalaw.


For a full refund, cancel at least 48 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.


“Minimum days to book before departure : (7 Days)”


Please note that in Kalaw, we need to use the mini truck to transfer from the hotel to trekking point and trekking point to hotel.

Important Notes:

Please note that you will have to buy the extra light food and soft drinks for the whole trip in Kalaw. 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 themselves together with the other people with a sarong.

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 (our guide will provide)
  • mosquito repellent
  • mosquito net


DayItineraryTransport TimingNight stop
Day 1Kalaw – Hin Khar Kone – Myin Dike – Ywa Pu Car Light Truck (Kalaw – Trekking Point) 4 Hours Local House in Ywa Pu
Day 2 Ywa Pu – Myin Ma Ti – Kalaw Car Light Truck (Myin Ma Ti – Kalaw) 3 ½ Hours
Day 01 Kalaw – Myin Dike – Ywa Pu (4 hours Trekking) (-/L/D)

This morning pick up from your hotel in Kalaw and drive to visit colorful market in Kalaw and buy necessary items for the trekking. Then, drive to starting point of the trekking at the outskirts of the town. Walk through the forested area of the region to the Hin Khar Kone village (2 ½ hours). You will pass tea leaves and orange plantations grown on the slopes on the way. Lunch will be served at one of the local family houses prepared by your trekking guide.

After lunch, proceed to Myin Saing Kone and Myin Dike Danu hill tribe villages (1 ½ hours) passing through the vegetables fields. See the life style of the people at the Train Station of Myin Dike. One the way, you will see rice field and enjoy the beautiful landscapes. Observe tribal village life and this tour offers endless scenery from a different view with chances to meet Danu and Taungyoe tribes and see them working in the farms. Proceed to the Danu village of Ywa Pu (30 mins). Traditional style dinner and overnight stay at the local family house or the monastery of Ywa Pu Village.

Day 02 Ywa Pu – Myin Ma Ti – Kalaw (3 ½ hour) (B/L/-)

Simple breakfast. This morning, start walking from Ywa Pu to Myin Ma Ti Village (about 3 1/2 hours) via Lutpyin and Taung-Gyi-Chai Villages. The ethnic groups are Danu, first walk through the pine forest and after 1 hour walking you will see potatoes, mountain rice and huge vegetables plantation field. They all worked with ox and buffalo, no machine and no tractor. It is unbelievable to see people working a huge field with man power and animal. Enjoy the nature beauty, on the way you'll see little boys and girls helping their parents. The Myin Ma Ti's villagers are farmers 100% earn their living on agriculture. In Myin Ma Ti we stop at the pagoda and visit its 200 meters long limestone cave and it is here that our vehicle picks us up for the return drive. After lunch, transfer back to your Hotel in Kalaw by car.


  • Transfers to/from Kalaw and trekking point,
  • Boat transfer charges in Inle Lake (End of trekking point to your hotel in Inle Lake),
  • Provide mosquito nets and blankets available from the monastery or form the village house,
  • Experienced Trekking Guide fees & Porter Fees.,
  • Donation to the monastery,
  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner as specified in the itinerary,
  • Purified drinking water (1/2 liter) 3 bottles per pax / day
  • Snow Towels


  • Entrance Fees or zone fees,
  • Accommodation at hotels in Kalaw or Inle Lake,
  • Air tickets to/from Heho,
  • Services which are not specified,
  • Expenditure of personal nature such as drinks, tips, souvenirs, laundry, etc.
  • Travel insurance (cover against all cancellation costs, medical expenses, including repatriation, in the event of accident or illness)



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