3 DAYS / 2 NIGHTS FROM KALAW TO INLE LAKE (recommended tour especially for the dry season from October till April)

These three days and two nights will give you the opportunity to explore the pristine wilderness, majestic lake and sacred mountains of the remote area of Shan State. During this trek, the village people will welcome you, offering you wonderful hospitality and the memories of a lifetime.

DAY 1 KALAW – VIEW POINT – HINKHAGONE – SEKKYAGONE (trek 20 km, approx. 6 ½ hours, altitude difference of 300 m uphill and downhill) (L, D)

The trek starts from the hotel at 8:00 am. Explore and walk around the lovely town for 45 minutes before heading downhill for 15 minutes into the mystic pine forest. Then the route will continue for one and a half hours, uphill and downhill, through the central, majestic fores...read more

DAY 2 SEKKYAGONE – BAWNINGONE – PAWKE - PATTUPAUK (Trek 23 km, approx. 7 hours, altitude difference 200 m uphill and downhill) (B, L, D)

Rise early and start the trek uphill for one hour (with an altitude difference of 200 m). From the top, you’ll have a magnificent view of the valley and its rice plantations and other vegetable farms. Keep walking along the ridge for another hour to get to a gorgeous Pa-O vill...read more

DAY 3 PATTUPAUK – NANYOKE – TONELE’ – INLE LAKE (trek 15 km, approx. 5 hours) (B, L)

Depart from Pattupauk at 7:00 am for your spectacular trip to Inle Lake, 900 m above sea level. Follow a small trail for half an hour on a flat route, continue another hour downhill (with an altitude difference of 300 m) along a scenic hillside and walk uphill for 45 minutes (...read more

PRICE IN US$ PER PERSON VALID FROM 01.05.2018 - 30.04.2019

1 person179188196
2 people130136141
3 people127132138
4-5 people117109128
  • Daypack
  • Lightweight hiking shoes
  • Long trekking pants
  • Long-sleeved shirt
  • Sweaters
  • Raincoat
  • Sun hat
  • Flashlight
  • Sunscreen
  • Polarised sunglasses
  • Insect repellent

3 DAYS / 2 NIGHTS FROM KALAW TO INLE LAKE (recommended tour especially for the dry season from October till April)