SKU : TRKONE01
Trekking through beautiful environment southwest of Chiang Mai, Take care of elephants without riding, and Enjoy bamboo rafting on Maewang river.
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** Minimum booking 2 person
Pick up time: 08.15 am – 08.45 am.
Drop off time: 5:00 pm – 5:30 pm.
- Departure from hotel and go to Mae Wang area south side of Chiang Mai
- Meet the elephant, feed by hand, and being with them closer
- Enjoy elephant bath in the river
- Start trekking through the forest area about 1.5 hour and on the way stop for visit Karen village
- Swimming at waterfall
- Enjoy Bamboo rafting about 40 minutes
Tour Included: Transfer from hotel / English speaking guide / Insurance / Lunch / Entrance fees
Tour Exclude: All kind of drinks
What to bring: Walking shoes / Change clothes / Sandal / Towel / Insect spay / Sun cream / Hat
The Royal Project’s development activities have directly benefited the nearby village of Ban Pong Huai Lan, where you can learn how villagers put these natural resources to daily use. Trekking about 5.5 km in Huai Lan pairs perfectly with community activities in Ban Pong Huai Lan.
Start your adventure with a 9 km trek over the area’s tallest peaks, and enjoy spectacular views of the farming valley below. You will also explore Muang On Temple Cave. Then, finish off a day of adventure with some rest at Sankamphaeng Hot Springs. This Mae On wonders is the perfect option for those looking for a mix of adventure, culture, and rejuvenation.
It is the trail for Hmong hill tribe to go find stuff in the forest to sell. It is a walking route with very few tourists. It has an easy walking distance, but is quite far and steep for some time. However, on the way there will be large shady trees, beautiful views, fresh and comfortable air. You can hear the wind blowing. You will enjoy the scenery along the walking path.
Besides enjoying nature route and relaxing time at Sai-Yoi waterfall, there is a small scenic waterfall. Experience the movement of clouds, wind, trees, flowers, grass and the movement of small little animals that live together in the fertile forest.