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Trek into the living history of Kalaw, Myanmar with treks ranging from one to seven days. Experience British colonial artefacts, alongside traditional culture and customs of the indigenous hill tribes. Feel the weight of mythic time as you visit Inle Lake or Pindaya, extending your senses in these iconic, and picturesque locales.
Small independent company run by a passionate and knowledgeable local
Myanmar borders India, Bangladesh, China, Laos and Thailand and is full of culture
A unique country, the lesser travelled and "off the beaten track". A chance to discover untouched South East Asia.
Kalaw is an explorers paradise, a colonial era hill station, established by Britons trying to escape the heat of the Myanmar lowlands. A wonderful mix of colonial architecture, and traditional culture. At the heart of Kalaw is the market, enjoy the hustle and bustle of local traders and farmers brin...More
3 day 2 Night trip or 2 day 1 Night trip from Kalaw to Pindaya
Feel a sense of mythic time, as you join the ancestors of Buddhism at the limestone caves of Pindaya. Meditate with 6000 Buddhas and visit the 15 metre...More
3 days 2 nights trip from Kalaw to Inle lake
In a valley between two mountain ranges you will find a unique part of Myanmar. InLe Lake, with the local In Thar people having a society based on the ...More
1/ Day Return Trip (Kalaw - Myin Ka Village - Pine Ne Pin Village)
Immerse yourself in the daily life of Kalaw's hill tribes, visiting small villages to see traditional farming and land use. Where opium production has ...More
Do not be a spectator, become part of a family. With these local family guides you will actually become part of an extended tribe. Meeting - cousins, in-laws, children, and grandparents. You will immerse yourself in the culture, customs and daily life of the local hill tribes. Visiting farms, orchards, holy sites, and areas of cultural importance. Sometimes the walking will be arduous. There is a high probability of mud and rain; yet the scenery, the friendships, the cultural experience will all be outstanding. Your guides will all speak English. Your accommodation will be in homestays, including marvellous meals with locals cooking by traditional means.
Ko Kyaw is the principle guide and owner of Ko Kyaw Kalaw Trekking: however, there is a good chance you will meet any number of his family whilst you are trekking. This is a family business, based on links that run deeply into the local communities and tribal groups. For Ko Kyaw, this also means a dedication to building a sustainable tourism industry for local people, whilst protecting and encouraging their traditions and culture. Ko Kyaw is devoted to the biodiversity of the Kalaw region and its preservation. Ko Kyaw and his entire family live and breath the air of Kalaw, they are totally engaged in its future.
Guided trekking in Shan state Myanmar. Treks of various duration, each with remarkable locations. Including Kalaw to Pindaya, and Kalaw to InLe Lake. A day trip: Kalaw - Myin Ka Village - Pine Ne Pin Village. Plus optional jungle and camping trips.
You will trek through high-value scenic landscapes with knowledgeable local guides, who speak English. Being part of a small group usually less than 10 you will experience quality time with your guide and other local people. You will be introduced to local culture and traditions in a family like setting, receiving quality meals cooked in traditional ways. You will be accommodated in homestays or local buildings such as monasteries, you will need to provide your own bedding and sleeping mats.