Mount Saramati Summit Trek – 12 Days

Embark on a pioneering expedition trek deep in to Nagaland to conquer the summit of Mount Saramati (3,826m), the most prominent peak in Myanmar. Mount Saramati, located on the Myanmar India border, towers above the surrounding peaks at a height of 3,826m. There are no established routes to the summit from the Myanmar side so this expedition represents a true pioneering challenge.

The trek will take us on a tough route through a diverse range of ecosystems, from humid low land jungles and sub tropical evergreen forests to alpine tundra as we near the summit. Along the way, we’ll stay at friendly Naga villages. Once at the top you’ll be rewarded with stunning views over Burma/Myanmar and India, and join the ranks of the rare few who have accomplished this feat.


Highlights

  • Climb the summit of Mount Saramati (3,826m), the most prominent peak in Myanmar
  • Explore a fascinating region very few intrepid travelers have visited
  • Camp at Naga Villages en-route, and get to know these proud and friendly people
  • Learn of their fascinating culture and observe their traditions and customs

Duration: 12 Days / 11 Nights
Trip type: Summit trekking, Ethnic Encounters, Adventure Travel
Destination: Naga Land
Grading: Advanced
Tour price: On request
Departures: Private tours
Starts: Yangon or Mandalay
Ends: Yangon or Mandalay

Requirements 

  • Trek: up to 25km for 10 days, reach an altitude of 3826m
  • Daily activity: eight to 10 hours trekking per day.
  • Carry: Carrying up to 10kg per person.
  • Terrain: Challenging, steep climbs; muddy and rocky paths; bamboo ladders; rope bridges.
  • Climate: from 30°C down to -10°C at night at high altitudes

Included:

• licensed local tour guide, English speaking
• porters, helpers and motorbikes for food/luggage transportation
• Full board (breakfast, lunch, dinner) and drinking water during the Trek
• Private transportation from/to starting point of the Trek
• Village stay on the trek (family house, monastery, school), blankets provided by us
• Memories that will last for a lifetime


Not included:

• alcoholic beverages, soft drinks
• tip money
• personal expenses (souvenirs …)
• Travel Insurance
• Hotel in Yangon or Mandalay
• Any other services not clearly mentioned in the itinerary and in the inclusive portion

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