Meet the Kayan Tribes Tour

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Tour Details




Arrival Yangon and Sightseeing (By Private Car)  (-/-/-)


Yangon-Loikaw (CBT)  (By flight)     (B/L/-)


Loikaw– Demorsoe – Loikaw  (By Private Car)   (B/-/-)


Loikaw – Yangon (By flight) (B/-/-)


Departure (By flight) (B/-/-)

Price Includes

  • Hotel accommodation with Twins sharing room based on (including breakfast)
  • Transfer and transportation air-conditioned Vehicle with driver service
  • English language speaking throughout guide (Others languages upon requested)
  • Local community guide
  • 2 domestic flights : Yangon – Loikaw - Yangon
  • Entrance/Zone fees
  • 1 lunch at the seven lakes
  • 1 bottle drinking water and snow towel per person per day
  • Welcoming arrival gifts
  • We will provide 1 tour leader FOC if your group is 15 Pax & above

Price Excludes

  • International air fare
  • International departure Airport tax
  • Personal expense (tip, phone call, laundry service, beverages and etc.,)
  • Travel Insurance
  • Meals which are not mentioned
  • Drinks & beverages
  • Tips (guide & driver)
  • Visa
  • Compulsory dinner (X'mas & New Year Eve)
  • Services not mentioned above


Arrival Yangon by international flight.
Meeting with Professional guide and assistance on arrival.
You are going to visit Chaukhtatgyi Reclining Buddha Image which is 230ft (70 m) long in the pose of rest, the head is lifted up by the right arm bent at the elbow.
Then, visit Botahtuang Pagoda, one of significant temple-type pagodas in Yangon which houses a sacred hair relic of the Buddha.
Proceed to Bogyoke Aung San Market (Scott Market) the famous two-storey market that sells typical traditional Myanmar crafts. (closed on every Monday & public holidays!!)
Evening visit Shwedagon Pagoda rises 326ft (99.3m) above its base. Erected more than 2500 years ago and enshrining eight hairs of Buddha placed in a treasure chamber deep under its base. It is the highest symbol of the people’s devotion to Buddha.

Meals: Lunch and Dinner are your own cost.
Overnight at Hotel in Yangon.


After the breakfast, an awaiting car will take you to the airport for the flight to Loikaw.
When you arrive in Loikaw, transfer to the hotel.
You go to the Hta Nee La Leh community center.
You will meet the members of Hta Nee La Leh’s community tourism club. They are given a friendly introduction to the community and important cultural do’s and don’ts.
The first stop is a visit to the Kayhtoeboe hall and shrines, where animist traditions are practiced.
A highlight are huge totem poles, which tower into the sky. You will learn why these sites are so important for Kayah people, and about festivals and events, which are held here during the year.
Also visit the village hunting shrine, to learn about the tradition of ritual hunting.
Visit the Lotus Pond. This is a sacred and scenic site. Here, visitors listen to the local legend of Tsudanu, a prince and princess who finally ascend to heaven as mythical Kinaree birds. You can also see the Water Totem, to honour the water source.
Visit the homes of local artists and musicians: You will visit two or three homes to meet local people preserving traditional Kayah arts, crafts and culture. These include musicians who play traditional bamboo guitars, experts in Kayah dress, and artisans who make distinctive Kayah lacquer leg rings. You can also try on a Kayah costume.
You can take a 30 minute oxcart ride to the Seven Lakes, or around the village. Note: Oxcart riding is a fun experience. However, please note that the village roads are bumpy and seating in the oxcarts is not soft!
Eat traditional Kayah barbecue, on the banks of the Seven Lakes. This is a popular activity.
Visit Kan Khon Hna Sint (7 Lakes) which is beautifully surrounded by small mountains. There is local ethnic story behind 7 lakes. 7 angels used to come to bath in 7 lakes. Once an angel caught prince eye and prince captured angel. Hence 1 lake vanished. Prince put chain in angel legs so ke yah woman wear round ring in their legs.
Visit Htee Pwint Lake which is the mud volcanic lake, existed from the ancient Kayah traditions, is Located app. 12 miles from Loikaw. The heat and pressure they rise out of the earth beneath the lakebed and along with the mix of water and the muds from below bubble to the surface in the form of opened umbrella is probably how the lake got its name – Htwee Pwint Lake.

Meals: Lunch at the Seven Lakes and Dinner is your own cost.
Overnight at hotel in Loikaw.


After the breakfast at hotel, visit the local market where minority people sell their goods.
You are met and welcomed to the village by a local community guide, who is a member of Pan Pet’s Community Based Tourism (CBT) club. On arrival in Pemasong village, you are met by their local community guide.
After a quick welcome, the community guide leads us along a nature trail, for approximately 2 hours, finally arriving at a beautiful viewpoint, with a panoramic view of the surrounding mountains, rice fields and 5 hamlets of Pan Pet.
As you climb the hill (moderate walking), the guide stops to explain important cultural sites on the way. These include a monument which honours the village clan, an animist bird totem, and a guardian spirit cave.
Visit traditional Kayan homes. You may see artisans making Kayan bracelets, weaving traditional textiles, carving wooden statues, weaving bamboo, or other handwork. Additional highlights of the trail include visiting the village’s Clan Monument, and the Ker Kwang (a Bird Totem) where your local village local guide will explain about the village’s clans and ancestors. You can taste traditional Kayan rice wine on request (optional). The Artisans’ trail takes approximately 2.5 hours.
You can either enjoy a scenic picnic lunch on the hilltop, or eat lunch at a local home in nearby Salong Kana hamlet.
At the end of the tour, you can stop at Rang Ku and Do Keh hamlets, where many Kayan ladies have established small shops, selling arts and crafts.
Enjoy learning a few words of Kayan language and interacting with these fun-loving and artistic people. There are opportunities to buy local handicrafts.
Visit Ngwe Taung Dam that is a local hotspot for leisure due to its beautiful sceneries with hills backdrop and restful atmosphere.
Visit Myo Nan Pagoda which is home to a big reclining Buddha and Keinari Keinara traditional loom.
Enjoy sunset at Taung-Gwe Hill (broken Hill).

Meals: Dinner is at local restaurant.
Overnight at hotel in Loikaw.


After the breakfast at hotel, an awaiting car will take you to the airport for the flight to Yangon.
When you arrive in Yangon, visit Sule Pagoda, Mahabandoola Park, Colonial Buildings, City Hall to photo stop.
In the evening, stroll around China Town where immerse in local atmosphere with street BBQ offerings, bars, markets and massage parlours.
Transfer to your hotel.

Meals: Meals: Lunch and dinner are your own cost.
Overnight at hotel in Yangon.


After the breakfast at hotel, transfer to the airport for your international departure.