Kyaing Tong is known for its scenic beauty and many colorful ethnic tribes. Situated in the eastern Shan State and 452 km from Taunggyi and 176km from Tachileik. Surrounded by the Jungle Mountains, it is a pleasant pastoral scene that leads us to a side trek and into the hills.
Myanmar (formally Burma) is unique in the world in its biodiversity. It offers outstanding nature, wildlife and bird-viewing opportunities. It is the largest country in South East Asia and lies on the boundaries of continental South East Asia, Indian subcontinent and Tibetan plateau. This location marks a rich biodiversity with varied ecosystem, including lowland and mountance forests and various wetland habitats including coastal and riverine wetlands.
Price: $ 55/ person
Sapa, at the elevation of 1,600m, is famous for all foreigners in term of ethnology. Sapa is 1 of the only 2 destinations of Vietnam you can see snow during some precious days annually. The weather is 10-25 Centigrade with low humidity, offerring Sapa cool atmosphere all-year-round and making this town “the leisure capital of North Vietnam during summer”.
Price: $ 60/ person
This Sapa tour combines short trekking through villages of Muong Hoa valley and fullday excursion to Bac Ha. Referred to Bac Ha means you’re talking about a white plateau of flowering plum and peach, where corn alcohol motion of the fair went on lyrics, where all colors of hilltribe gather on hillside. All attract us at the first sight.
Price: $ 65/ person
Discover a rare heaven near from Hanoi, the traditional stilt-houses among the lush rice fields. Our most popular trip includes cycling, trekking through rice paddy fields hiking 1,000 steps cave, cooking, homestay.
This is a 2 day trekking tour – We visit Ban Doong village and Swallow cave (Hang En) recognized as one of the most captivating caves on earth by National Geographic in January 2011. After scrambling down a jungle mountain from an elevation of 500m, we meet with a remote mountain tribe in Ban Doong village. From here we continue to trek along the river banks of the valley Rao Thuong to reach Hang En. Late afternoon we arrive at Hang En, which is where we will set up camp. Overnight in hammocks/tents in the cave.