Duration: Day Tour trekking
Trip type: Adventure tour
Destinations: Hsipaw, Pankam, Tai villages and Palaung (minority) villlage
Price: USD$ 100 per person
Departures: Set departures
Starts: in Hsipaw
Ends: in Hsipaw
Begin a walk from Hotel along flat path through TAI (SHAN) Villages and seasonal vegetable crops, rice paddy along natural spring and stream for 1 hour to reach foot-hill. Walk up along steady uphill path through hill crops and Tai villages at lower part of mountain for couple of hours to reach PALAUNG (minority) village and have lunch break.
After local lunch, walk for sightseeing around in the village and Walk back to hotel along the path which : local guide will choose different way and village for some part of trek (Except in monsoon).
Meals included: lunch
Overnight stay: –
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