Putao rafting excursion and day tour is perfect add on to your trekking or soft adventure trip in Putao. Enjoy a thrilling river adventure day out of town exploring riverside communities, spotting birds and rafting down Mula creek to Malikha River. You will have local rafting guide with you and safety briefing and life jacket will be provided.
Trip Name: Day return rafting from Putao
Coverage: Mulashidi, Natkyun ( Fairy island), Naungkhine and Machabaw
Rafting grade: class – 2
Rafting hour: 4-5 hours
Pick up from you hotel in Putao and drive to Mula Creek. We make a stop at Mulashidi village before starting rafting. Much of the water originates from snow covered mountains in the India border region. The water is very clear and refreshingly cool.
Before you get on the raft you guide will give you some instruction and demonstration on the essentials and safety and about team work.
Part of the journey is easy going and you can observe different wild duck species and cormorants among many other bird species. Later you will tackle some big rapids and get a taste of white water rafting when Malikha River and Mula creek meet. We finish by a small island a perfect spot for a scenic picnic lunch by the beautiful Malikha River. We will travel by motor boat to Naungkhine village where our car and driver will be waiting for drive back to Putao.
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