CBT Products

Green Season Travel

Copyright © 2017.

Search our Site

Suggestions: Please take some coffee mix, noodles packets and other dry goods to give present to the Chin tribes


Chin State is a state in western Myanmar. Chin State is bordered by Sagaing Division and Magway Division to the east, Rakhine State to the south, Bangladesh to the south-west, and the Indian states of Mizoram to the west and Manipur to the north. The population of Chin state is about 478,801 in 2014 census. The capital of the state is Hakha. The state is a mountainous region with few transportation links. Chin State is sparsely populated and remains one of the least developed areas of the country. Chin State has the highest poverty rate of 73% as per the released figures from the first official survey. Trekking to tribal villages, hiking to Mt. Victoria and visiting to the local villages with Chin Guide is very interesting. We can go there via Bagan. About 5 hours driving distance to get to Kanpelet by a 4x4 wheel drive. Chin Mountain Adventure is truly a journey of a life time!!!!


Day 1: Bagan – Kanpelet (Meals: L, D)

DSC 0302

Flight tickets to Bagan (K7-262 0715-0835).

From Bagan, meet our guide and car and drive all the way to Kanpetlet (4560 ft above sea level and 101 miles distance from Bagan. Approximately 5 hours by 4 wheels car). Passing Chauk, Seikphyu and Kazunma villages and we’ll stop at Saw to see a couple of Chin ladies with tattooed on the faces. Lunch will be taken at one local restaurant on the way. Continue drive to Kanpetlet on the road with natural bamboo grove and deciduous forest along either side. The road becomes hilly, rugged and dusty before Kanpetlet. Arrive to Kanpetlet in the afternoon, we can take a break or walk to a village where a Chin lady will play a music with traditional instruments. Kant Thar Yone village trekking and hiking can be done for 1 or 2 hours. (If not enough trekking time, we can extend 1hour trekking behind the mountain and hidden trains starting in front of your hotel and visit a local village, and return back to hotel. This is a pre-trekking training before we’re hiking up to Mt. Victoria 10,800 feet above the sea level)

Dinner at Mountain Oasis Hotel with Chin foods and some other dishes.

Overnight at Mountain Oasis, Bungalow


Day 2: Kanpetlet - Mt. Victoria - Aye Ywar Village Camp (Meals: B, L, D)


 Breakfast at the hotel by 06:30 am.

Car will drive about 10th miles camp through Kanpetlet-Mindat road to get Mt. Victoria, it takes about 1,5 hours to reach. Enjoy scenic ride and photos tour along the way. Bird watching and record some photos if it’s lucky.  10th Mile Mountain is located 8000ft above sea level and take a photo with pine trees there. We’ll leave the car here and hiking 3.5 miles to the mountain top via hiking trails among the thick jungle (~10,800 feet above the sea level). Great opportunity to explore the mountain ecosystem enriched with Pine forest, Hill Savannah, Hill evergreen forest, mammals like wild boar, guar, gibbon etc. and different species of birds and butterflies. Witness a partial daily life of Chin People.  Good for testing your strength and enjoy beautiful mountain views all the way up. This hiking is taking 2,5 hours uphill and 1,5 hours downhill (if necessary you may take motorbike taxi 5000 Kyats per person /way). Enjoy the packed lunch that provided from the hotel. After Mt. Victoria hiking, get back to 10 miles camp, continue to Aye Village camp and take a break there. En route we can stop by a few villages and take some photos. (If hiking to Mt. Victoria is no sufficient, we can do another 2 hours trekking to Htet Shwee village).

Dinner at Aye Ywar Village camp with simple foods.

Overnight at Aye Ywar Village Camp, basic facility


Day 3: Kyar Do & Lone Pae village trekking  - Mindat (Meals: B, L, D)

DSC 0334

Breakfast is at Aye Ywar Camp.

Another adventure day trekking to Kyar Do village where have nearly 70 houses with tattooed women. Swimming is possible in Kyar Do Village or at Chi creek end of your day trekking. Lone Pae village can be extended for the trekking and we’ll meet our driver at Chi Creek. Continue by car to Mindat for 2 hours uphill drive through deep valley and stunning mountain views. If we can make it in time, enjoy the sunset at Taung Pu Lu Monastery, it’s a spectacular moment!

Dinner is served at Myo Ma restaurant with local foods.

Overnight at Mountain Oasis Resort, Bungalow


Day 4: Mindat – Bagan – Yangon (Meals: B, L, D)

DSC 0671

Breakfast at the hotel.

Morning visit Mindat market and see ways of life of the Chin people. Along the main road, Chin houses are built and where elder ladies with tattooed faces are living, everywhere we can see them. We’ll visit to the Chin grandma’s house to watch the flute playing by nose. Afterward continue visit Chin Traditional Museum to see colorful collections of the antiques from Pyu period and other Chin traditional collections.

Later in the morning drive back to Bagan via Yaw, Kamma and Pakkoku main road.  We can make a few photo stops and observations en route, and passing through villages and countryside. Lunch is taken at Kamma township with traditional Burmese foods. After lunch we’ll continue to Bagan and passing Pakkoku town and the Ayeyarwaddy River. We can visit hidden cave temple in Bagan near the river side if wanted. Homemade lemonade is served at Fantasia Riverside restaurant in Bagan before heading to airport.

Fly back to Yangon (K7-269 1830-1950)


Price per person in USD sharing a twin / double room:

Price per person based on a private tour

1 Pax

2 Pax

3 – 4 Pax

5 – 7 Pax

4 days / 3 nights








- Yangon – Bagan – Yangon flight tickets

- Transfers and transports as mentioned in the program with 4x4 wheel drive

- Accommodation including breakfast and service charges and all taxes

- Meals as mentioned in the program (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner)

- All entrance fees

- English speaking TO guide, meal, accommodation, and allowance

- Local Chin guide fees

- Donation to villages

- Water & Snow Towel

- Drinks at Fantasia Riverside Garden Restaurant



- Insurance

- Personal expenses

- All drinks

- Visa fees and/or visa authorization

- Tips

- Other expenses that not mentioned on the itinerary

- Any compulsory and peak season surcharge (New Year and Christmas)