Chin State and Mt.Victoria Trekking Tour – 5 days

Chin State and Mt.Victoria Trekking Tour .Also known as Natma-taung National Park was established in 1994. The 279 square mile wide National Park is situated in Chin State and it is spread out to Mindat Township, Kanpetlet Township, and Matupi Township.  There are different kinds of forest types such as Hill Evergreen forests, Moist Upper Mixed Deciduous forests, Pine forest and Hill Savannah. On the way to Mt. Victoria Peak, observe the natural forests trees, orchids, and especially “Rhododendron”. There are also 159 bird species including 5 indigenous, especially the unique bird (white browed nuthatch), which can be seen only in the Natmataung National Park.


Duration: 5 Days
Destinations: BAGAN – KYUN CHAUNG – MINDET – AYE CAMP – MT. VICTORIA – KANPELET – BAGAN

Description:  Chin Stat and Mt.Victoria Trekking Tour.Also known as Natma-taung National Park was established in 1994. The 279 square mile wide National Park is situated in Chin State and it is spread out to Mindat Township, Kanpetlet Township, and Matupi Township.  There are different kinds of forest types such as Hill Evergreen forests, Moist Upper Mixed Deciduous forests, Pine forest and Hill Savannah. On the way to Mt. Victoria Peak, observe the natural forests trees, orchids, and especially “Rhododendron”. There are also 159 bird species including 5 indigenous, especially the unique bird (white browed nuthatch), which can be seen only in the Natmataung National Park.
Highlights of this tour

  • Meet the friendly and hospitable locals
  • Experience a day of local people
  • Enjoy meals with local families, experience their cuisine
  • Hike up to the mountain, hill, visit the shrine on top
  • Free to take photo of Myanmar

DAY 01 : BAGAN – KYUN CHAUNG – MINDET (L,D)
Early morning transfer to the jetty and take a private boat to Kyun Chaung. Upon arrival drive by landrover to Mindet (appr. 8 hrs drive). The country side is dry and flat and there are many sand streams to cross. At Pauk Township stop for lunch at Shwe Aye Ka Yee Restaurant. After Pauk the country side is getting more and more green and hilly and before you reach the Chin Hills you can also see rice fields vegetable cultivation’s. The Amay Ye Yin Nat shrine marks the beginning of the Chin State. Take a coffee break at Kyauk Htu village before the road goes steep up the Chin Hills to Mindet, a former British hill station of the southern Chine State. Dinner at a local restaurant and overnight at Mountain Oasis Resort.

DAY 02 : MINDET (B,L,D)
After breakfast walk around the down town including the market area and visit also private houses to see how the people in this are earn their costs of living. You will have also enough time to visit some smaller Chin villages near Mindet. Dinner at a local restaurant and overnight at Mountain Oasis Resort.

DAY 03 : MINDET – AYE CAMP (B,L,D)
After breakfast start your trekking trip to Mount Victoria. On the way to Aye Camp stop at Khin Nu village to explore the native village life. The natives make their living by growing rice, corn, castor seeds and beans. From here the small foot path goes further down the valley to the Chi stream. As there is plenty of water, stop for lunch and have a rest next to the Chi stream. After lunch the path crosses the Chi stream and goes from then on steep up. First through hot and cultivated fields, then through cool and pleasant pine forests until we reach the Aye Camp. On arrival take a break and visit the nearby Chin village. Shy and cautiously you will be invited to have a cup of rice wine, which will help both parties to warm up. Women in colourful traditional costumes, the older ones have heavily tattooed faces and were smoking tobacco pipes, some of the men still wearing pure golden earrings, inherited by their fathers. Family stories will be exchanged, questions answered, children introduced. Packed with these memories come back to the Aye Camp for dinner and overnight.

DAY 04 : AYE CAMP – SUMMIT CAMP – MT. VICTORIA – KANPELET (B,L,D)
From Aye Camp you have to drive by landrover to the 8th mile junction. From here start steep climbing until you reach the Ranshi junction where one way will lead to Mt. Victoria and the other to Mindet. The way from the Ranshi junction to Summit camp goes through the beautiful alpine rose forests. From Summit Camp it is it is only a 5 minutes walk to the Mt. Victoria peak (3055 metre). Visit the Zi Na Man Aung pagoda on the peak and enjoy the view over the surrounding chin mountain ranges. In the afternoon walk back the same way to the 8th mile junction and drive by car to Kanpelet. The road will lead you down, through pine wood forests, with lots of birds and butterflies. The township is situated 1400 metre above sea level. Dinner and overnight at Mountain Oasis Resort.

DAY 05 : KANPELET – SEIK PHYU – BAGAN (B,L)
It is a long 7 hours drive to Bagan. The steep road goes first down to Saw an interesting town in a green valley. From here the rood goes up and down through deep forest and later on it’s getting more and more dry. On the way stop for lunch at Kan Zun Ma village. From here it takes another 2 hours drive to Seik Phyu from where you can cross the Ayeyarwaddy River over a bridge. Overnight in Bagan.

TOUR MAP

Tours Price: Contact Us

SERVICE INCLUDED:  
– 3 nights including breakfast at Mountain Oasis Resorts (2 nights in Mindet and 1 night in Kampelet)
– 1 night in Bagan
– 1 night including breakfast at Aye Camp
– Full board as mentioned in our itinerary
– Local guide throughout the tour
– Station guide for the 2 days from Mindet to Kanpelet
– Jeep or Pajero for 5 days Bagan – Mindet – Kanpelet – Bagan
– Entrance fees for the national park
– Porter fees for the 2 days from Mindet to Kanpelet

NOT INCLUDED:  
– International air fare to/from Yangon
– Visa fees
– Supplements and compulsory dinners for Christmas & New Year
– Lunch & dinners not mentioned in our itinerary
– Beverage
– Early check-in and late check-out
– Personal expenses such as camera fees, tips, laundry service, ect
– Porter fees at the hotels

WHAT TO BRING:
– Day bag
– Light trekking boots
– Long trousers for the trekking
– Long sleeve shirt
– Sweater
– Rain coat
– Sun hat
– Torch
– Sun block
– Polarized sun-glasses
– Insect repellent

 

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