Without shopping around that much (But noting in mind that "You get what you pay for"), the impression I am getting is that the trekking services offered are fairly expensive (Around 65$ for a two days trek).
I have done before trekking in Myanmar (Kalaw-Inle lake and around Hsipaw) which were significantly cheaper.
And so my question is: Is trekking here a must-do thing here? Is it a unique experience that is much different from other places?
#1yuvalritt has been a member since 25/2/2016. Posts: 1
They're different in that the LNT one felt more like a typical Thailand trek in that you're visiting minority villages in a way you don't really on the Shan State walks. In case you haven't seen it we have a write up what is happening in LNT trekking here.
You're paying more, but you will be getting a different experience. The landscape is quite different and if they take you through some of the good forest it will most likely be better than what you see on the Kalaw-Inle walk.
Hope that helps.
#2somtam2000 has been a member since 21/1/2004. Location: Indonesia. Posts: 8,093
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