Mount Victoria 5 days - 4 nights

Mount Victoria 5 days - 4 nights

5 DAYS –4 Night Tour (PHT5V) Bagan – Mindat – Mount Victoria – Kampelet – Bagan Extension From Yangon

DAY (01) Bagan – Chauk – Sepiu – Mindat

chauk-01Pickup from your hotel in Bagan and in the morning, we get ready for our expedition to Mount Victoria. First, we drive to Chauk with our bus and here before we cross the bridge, we change to the 4wheel drive vehicles. Then, we cross the bridge and from here onwards, we only have dirt roads for the coming days. Pick-nick on the way. This drive will take about 7 – 8 hours and towards the evening we will reach the district town of Mindat (20'000 inhabitants). Mindat is located on 4860 feet above sea level. Dinner. Accommodation at Irrigation bungalow or similar. 

Meals included: Lunch, Dinner

DAY (02) Mindat (4 hours trekking)

mindut-01Breakfast at hotel. Visit Breakfast. This morning we walk to the village of Pang Oo located on a steep slope outside Mindat. We will visit the first Chins and get acquainted with their tradition. In this village, an elder man is specialized in reading the future in a particular way. He heats up bamboo sticks and holds them on emptied eggs and through the appearing cracks he reads the future. Very interesting. Return for lunch to Mindat. In the afternoon, visit another nice and very photogenic village, Ng'Nam Thai. Accommodation at Irrigation bungalow or similar.



DAY (03) Drive – Trekking (4 hours) Up to summit of Mount Victoria from 5700 to 10200 feet

trekking-01Breakfast. In the morning drive to the upper base from where we start to the summit of the MOUNT VICTORIA through the National park. The footpath is a little steep but the reward is the fantastic view once you come out of the forest and reach the altitude where the Rhododendrons are in full bloom. Pick nick on the way. In the afternoon, return to upper camp and continue to drive down to old town of Kampelet. During the British occupancy the village of Kampelet was located here whereas later the villagers moved to lower levels because of the temperature. Dinner and overnight in the Forest Bungalow.
Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY (04) Kampelet ( about 3 hours trek)

kampelet-01Breakfast. Today, we visit some smaller CHIN VILLAGES around the town of Kampelet. We will find tribes such as: NGARA, YIN DU, DAI, OKPU, MAGAN, MWYN. All these groups speak different dialects and have different costumes. The women, mostly elderly ones, also we spotted a few young girls, have TATTOOED FACES, with very different patterns. We count about 5 different ways of putting the tattoos on: dots, spider, lines, curls, almost black. Walks to each village take about 1 to 1 ½ hours. The CHINS are mostly Christians with a variety of all beliefs from Methodists to Catholics. In every village one will see houses decorated with buffalo corns. These are from animals called MITHAN a cross between a domestic cow and a wild GAUR. Each time such an animal is slaughtered a kind of wooden pillar decorated with all sort of ornaments is erected in front of the house. In addition a stone table, which is also used as cover for urns is placed nearby. Some of the houses have up to 10 such pillars and in some villages the stone tables are all gathered together (like a cemetery) whereas in others they are near each home. Pick nick on the way. Dinner and accommodation at the Bungalow.
Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch

DAY (05) Kampelet – Bagan

bagan-13Breakfast. Full day drive back to Bagan via Saw. On the way, we stop for pick nick. The scenery today is interesting, however as we do not cross villages, a little bit monotonous. We will cross two elephant camps and depending on the season of the year, we might be lucky to watch them working. We will arrive Bagan in the late afternoon and transfer to your hotel in Bagan.
Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch

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