SKU : TRKONE04
If you have a few day in Chiang Mai, this is the recommended tour which all interest activities includes. You will do trekking, water fall, elephant baht and bamboo rafting.
** Please contact us first to check availability before make a payment
** Minimum booking 2 person
Pick up time: 08.00 am. – 08.30 am.
Drop off time: 5.30 pm.
- Pick up from hotel
- Visit Elephant Rescue Centre. Spend time about 1 hour to get information from the guide, enjoy feeding, take photos and enjoy bath & brush the elephant
- Walk about 1 hour through beautiful jungle to enjoy the nature and view. You can relax and enjoy swimming at the waterfall. Visit Lahu village on the way of trekking
- Enjoy bamboo rafting about 1 hour
Tour included: Transfer from hotel / Tour guide / Medical insurance / Lunch / All entrance fees
Tour exclude: All kind of drinks
What to bring: Change clothes / Walking shoes / Swimming suit / Towel / Insect spray / Sun cream / Hat
Experience a completely off the beaten track hiking trail in Doi Inthanon National Park, rich in fauna and flora. Incredibly scenic and non touristic. Here you will hike one of a kind special hiking trails. Hiking around 4-5 hours through the heart of the rain forests.
Doi Inthanon National Park, nicknamed "the roof of Thailand". located in the Thanon Thong Chai Range with 2565 meters above the sea level it is the highest peak in Thailand. Nature Trail with about 2 hours trekking through the forest and enjoy swimming at Pha Dok Siew waterfall
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.