Day-01: After breakfast, leave for Golden Land Cottages Tale-U, a good starting point for trekking trip to Pa-O area. Trek up to a typical Pa-O village called Inne lies on the slope facing to the mother Lake, said to be a view point over the lake. Stop would be made on the way for purpose of photos, disposal and refreshment. Lunch of the day would be offered at Inne village with packed lunch or at a convenient house in the village with prior arrangement. Menu would be of a Pa-O style. After lunch start trekking up again to another Pa-O village Tao Ton also on the slope of the mountain range, with offers visitors a bird's eyes view over the misty valleys and its environs. Would offered accommodate at you clients at a village headman's in-house room at TaoTon village. Dinner with Pa-O traditional cuisine would together with the family.
Day-02: Pa-O breakfast at the headman's at the headman's residence would have casual talks and chats. Depart Tao village descending down to another village Hti Ree. Would take approximately 2 hours; pass through endless view of fields and farms. From Hti Ree trek down to Kyaung Htoe in zigzag way villages famous for it's mass-producing of garlic, a main cash crop of a Pa-O people in the region. Lunch would be catered at Kyaung Htoe village with Pa-O food. After lunch then would precede approached Kakku area passing through the following Pa-O villages. (a) Hti Htut(b) Ka Naing Htaw(c) Hlaing Konn. Enter into Kakku Pagoda Complex and check in at Hlaing Konn Restaurant for refreshment relaxes and leisure breaks. Visits to Pa-O home in a near by village would be included. Pay homage to recently discover ancient Kakku Buddhist Stupas aligned in parallel rows covering and area of nearly one square kilometer. Follow by Pa-O dinner and over night stay near Kakku Pagoda complex.
Day-03: Have breakfast at Hlaing Konn Restaurant. Visit nearby Pa-O villages most of which population earn their livings on agriculture as a base by using primitive methods of farming. See the Massive Stone at Kyauktalone Town said to be typical and unique new town where our Pa-O leader resides. We would see the most interesting characteristics of a Pa-O village that having Pagodas and a monastery is for the monks. We would drive from Kyauktalone to Naung-Ke' a Pa-O village by car. A village which produces hand loon textiles of Pa-O costume and many other favorite colours patterns and new designs in a commercial scales and exports to other regions. Then proceed to Hti Ne' also a Pa-O village lies on the summit of the mountain range, said to be a view point over the Inle and its environs. Lunch of the day would be catered at a Pa-O village on the way. We would release the car upon arrival at Hti Ne' village. Catered dinner and overnight at Hti Ne' villages. Accommodation will be provided at a neat and spacious Pa-O headman's residence.
Day-04: Breakfast at the headman's residence with traditional food. After breakfast trek down in a descending attitude to Inle lake by passing through the following Pa-O and Intha villages. (a) Hti Ta Khaw (b) Konn Lon (c) Naung-Khan (d) Man Aung etc. Arrival at Nampan Zaygone and proceed to (IPR) by boat, due to arrive before midday (Lunch Time).
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For those who live in the places and countries where the Myanmar Embassies or Consulates are not located, we are able to help you get the pre-approval letter for visa on arrival if you buy the tour services from us. For pre-approval visa it will take about minimum 30 days. After we get the pre-approval letter will email to you with attached file then show this letter to your airline for boarding pass. Visa fee is USD 20 which has to pay directly to Yangon airport immigration and one of our staff will meet and assist you at the airport on arrival.
Things to bring: Light clothes, slippers (please note that you have to take off your shoes at all the pagodas and temples in Myanmar when you enter the compound) and the medicines that you usually take for your health.
Health Precausion: No special precausion is needed
Insurance: Clients should take out medical and travel insurance.
Direction to meeting point: A representative will meet you at your hotel in Nyaungshwe or Lake Inle.