Motorbike Tours To Explore Shin State - Riders will have a chance to visit many beautiful regions of the country, discover secret villages and experience the culture of the ethnic communities. The road is usually dirt roads and winding trails but that is awesome to conquest. 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 the 2014 census. The capital of the state is Hakha. The state is a mountainous region.
Arrive in Mandalay and your local guide will pick you up at Mandalay International Airport. What's here? Myanmar's second-largest city, with a population of one million souls, and the busy economic hub of the top half of Burma. Then, we transfer you to the hotel where your local guide will give you a briefing about a riding trip in Myanmar. Next, we go to our motorbike store to check the bike that you will use during the motorbike adventure in Myanmar.
Overnight stay at a hotel in Mandalay.
Today you are suggested to leave Mandalay as early as possible because of the long ride ahead. Our first stop is Mindat - a small town in the Chin State, impressively perched on a hillside at an altitude of about 1,500 meters offering scenic and varied adventures to visit the Chin ethnic minorities. The road condition from Mandalay to Mindat is good. But there will be an uphill road with twists and turns to Mindat. Furthermore, the weather in the Minat area will be very misty or rainy during the monsoon season (May to Sept) in Myanmar. Overnight at the hotel in Mindat.
This morning we ride steep winding roads up to the spectacular mountain top and ride through the villages of tattooed women. Firstly, we move to Pann Awaw Village (15 km away from Mindat) were to take a break and interact with local villagers. Then, we continue riding through the jungle and off the beaten tracks to get to the next village “Hay Kaung” where to enjoy the simple picnic lunch arranged by the local guide. Later, we move to our last destination of the day - the village of “Ma Dam” before it is late. It is noted that the route will be slippery and muddy during the monsoon. The itinerary will be changed by the local trekking guide depending on weather conditions and road conditions during traveling days in this area. Overnight at the hotel in Mindat.
Today we move to Kanpetlet which is known for Mt.Victoria - the highest peak of the Chin Hills and one of the highest mountains in Western Myanmar. Natmataung National Park “home of some of the world's rarest bird species” will also be visited. The picnic lunch will be arranged by a local guide on the way and we stay overnight at Pinewood villa in Kanpetlet.
Today, after breakfast, we drive back to Mandalay and on the way, we will visit some local villages and markets. After that, we will head back to Mandalay and leave the bikes at the bike store in Mandalay. Check in the hotel in Mandalay and enjoy your evening time.
Our driver comes to pick you up at your hotel and transfers you to Mandalay airport for your departure flight. End of services.
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- 5-night accommodation at carefully selected quality hotels and monastery
- 5 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 4 dinners
- Mineral water, soft drinks, coffee or tea served in the meals
- Myanmar driving permits
- Motorcycle rental and helmet
- Gasoline, petrol
- Mandalay airport pick-up and drop-off
- English-speaking professional Road Captain with a license on a motorcycle leading group
- All entrance fees and sightseeing fees
- Myanmar visa fee
- Alcoholic beverages
- Single supplement (upon request)
- US$96/bike surcharge for using Honda CRF250cc or Kawasaki KLX250cc
- Room service, laundry, phone charges
- Damage to the motorcycle caused by the user (exclude reasonable wear and tear)
- Travel insurance (cover against cancellation costs, and medical expenses, including repatriation, in the event of accident or illness)
- Tips & Gratuities to guide
- All other services not mentioned
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