After breakfast, morning (08:00) am depart from hotel to the junction of trekking route which is located about 10 minutes drive by car. Then, walk to the Ywar Thit (Danu Hill Tribes) Village which may takes about 2 and half hour down hill trek. One the way you will pass the plantation of cheroot leaf plants, tea leaf and seasonal vegetable gardens. Then, continuing another 15 minutes down hill trek, you will reach to Tar Yaw (Palaung Hill Tribes) Village. You can visit to the weaving handlooms.
After that, proceed to the view point where you can enjoy the beautiful and picturesque panoramic view of Heho Valley. After taking an enough rest to collect back your energy, start trekking up back to the junction of the same way. You will be transfer back to your hotel in Kalaw by car.
Visa: A Valid visa is required to enter Myanmar for all the nationalities. Visa can be apply at the Myanmar Embassies in abroad All the tourist visas are valid for 28 days and cost avrage of USD 20. Passports must carry a validity of 6 months beyond intended date of departure from Myanmar.
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.