Date: 3-16 Nov, 13-26 Apr 2019
Chin state on the western side of Myanmar close to the India border is truly one of the last frontiers and any adventurers dream. Look at any map and you will discover the road ends halfway your end destination and indeed it is a trip through an area you can only reach on foot. We are connecting the ancient kingdom of Bagan and Mrauk U during this adventurous overland trip that takes 7 days and offers fantastic scenery, remote traditional Chin villages, plantations, jungle, river valleys and of course the fabled ancient cities of Bagan and Mrauk U.
Date: 5-9 Jan, 2-6 Mar 2019
This trek is still unknown to tourists and offers excellent opportunities for off the beaten track community walks passing colourful fields, forest and plantations. Guests will enjoy a wonderful Danu welcome with overnights and meals at local home stays. This is definitely not luxury but certainly an unforgettable experience in an area very few tourists have been before. As you are at an altitude above 1200 meter the weather is pleasant for trekking the whole year round.
Date: 6-11 Dec, 4-9 Feb, 18-23 Apr 2019
Explore the northern Shan State of Myanmar in the delightful Hsipaw and Pyin Oo Lwin, with hill treks that are more authentic than those around Kalaw or anywhere in northern Thailand. The laid-back town of Hsipaw remains a completely genuine northern Shan State town. Be sure to check it out before this changes.
Immerse yourself with the locals and take the thrilling train ride that passes the Gokteik Viaduct, through spectacular mountain scenery over the old railway track. As you passes by small villages and towns, vendors will enter the train to sell drinks and local snacks.
Valid departure from 10 May till 28-May 2018
Come join us this May (the begin of Monsoon), which is the quietest time of year in Ngapali and can be a lovely time of year to visit, where you may have the whole beach for yourselves. Enjoy the local delights with its delicious fresh seafood, including fried squid, king prawns, lobster, snapper, barracuda, fish curries and more.
Home to a range of snow-capped mountains, northern Myanmar offers a spectacular unexplored wilderness for the adventurous traveler. This extensive 12-day journey allows guests to explore arguably Southeast Asia’s remotest corner. From Putao, Myanmar’s northernmost city, guests can hike deep into the mountainous countryside, visiting remote villages and forest camps before reaching the soaring snow-capped peaks. Spend nights in traditional village homes for a truly immersive local experience.