Chiang Mai Eco Package Trip







  

Off the beaten track in Northern Thailand

We offer individual customized trips. Our customers are not bound by a limited set of "tourist attractions", but can explore the whole up-country, including the most remote (but so beautiful) places - national parks in Thailand, tranquil temples, great rivers, waterfalls, large caves in Thailand. Just choose a trip which you like most and book it. If you feel that something must be included or excluded in your trip, let us know - we can adjust itinerary to fit your interests. Only few Chiang Mai travel agents can offer you such flexibility.
All trips start and finish in Chiang Mai. We pick you up at the airport or your hotel at the arranged time. After the trip we can drive you to any place in Chiang Mai.
 

Doi Suthep Temple trip
Doi Suthep is the mountain above Chiang Mai. On the way to the top, we will visit one of the most beautiful temples - Doi Suthep Temple Chiang Mai (other name is Wat Phra That Doi Suthep Chiang Mai).
We also visit Bhubing Palace, famous for its exotic and well-maintained gardens. On the top of the mountain, in Doi Pui National park, you can enjoy breathtaking view on the whole valley.
We finally visit a tranquil quiet temple which is usually overlooked by tourists.
There are 5 viewpoints on this trip, all giving you a great view on the city and surroundings.

Near Doi Suthep Temple Chiang
                      Mai
Itinerary:
Chiang Mai>
Doi Suthep Temple Chiang Mai>
Bhubing Palace>
Pui National Park> Chiang Mai
    
Duration: Half a day
    
Distance: 47 km
    


Loop around Doi Suthep
This short trip is packed with fun activities, breathtaking views and hills. We will visit Mae Sa Waterfall, the famous Maesa Elephant Camp and Queen Sirikit Botanical Garden. Then there is time for Mae Sa Snake Farm Chiang Mai and Monkey School. You can choose what you want to visit, or even decide to visit them all!
Then we take a steep road to Monjam Camp for lunch (and great view). After that, we pass several small hilltribe villages, jungles and farmland, and arrive to Chiang Mai from South.
If we have time, we also visit Umong Temple, the only temple in Thailand with tunnels-like structure.

Near Mae Sa snake farm Chiang
                      Mai
Itinerary:
Chiang Mai>
Mae Sa Waterfall> Elephant Camp>
Botanical Garden>
Mae Sa Snake Farm
Monkey School>
Sa Moeng Viewpoint> Wat Umong>
Chiang Mai
   
Duration: 1 day
   
Distance: 120 km
  


The highest Thai Mountain
In the first day we visit one of the most impressive waterfalls in the whole Thailand, Vachiratan Waterfall. Then the road goes uphill to the highest point of Thailand - top of Doi Inthanon mountain (2576m). We pass Pra Mahatad Pagodas where the view is the most impressive. Then we have early dinner and relax, since we start the next day early at 7:00.
Next day we take a long walk along Natural Trail, which takes several hours depending on the exact route. Doi Inthanon has a unique ecosystem which cannot be found anywhere else in Thailand. We will pass evergreen forests and sub Alpine meadows, especially beautiful in the morning. View Point Kewmaeparn is situated on the very edge of a dramatic abyss above clouds.
We also offer one day version of this trip, in this case we have to depart from Chiang Mai very early in the morning.
The most unusual places
                      around Chiang Mai
Itinerary:
Chiang Mai>
Vachiratan Waterfall> Pra Mahatad Pagodas>
Nature Trail>
Doi Inthanon>
Chiang Mai
   
Duration: 1 or 2 days
   
Distance: 200 km
   


Golden Triangle Loop
In the first day we visit 500 years old Shan Chedi, situated right on Burmese border. Then we take a steep unpaved road trough Chiang Dao National park, along Burmese border. Although this part of the trip could be a bit bumpy, we will get a chance to enjoy fantastic views and observe authentic hilltribe villages.
Then we visit Agricultural Project Angkang and arrive to Fang, where we stop for the night. It is a small city but you will experience "back to civilization" feeling when we finally get there.
Next day we visit charming Princess Mother Hall and arrive to Mae Sai, a border city. Here you have a chance to cross the border and visit Burmese city Thachilek (no visa required for one day stay in Burma). We spend the night back in Thailand in Mae Sai.
On the third day we visit the famous Golden Triangle, the point where borders of Thailand, Laos and Burma meet. Here we take a boat to make a small water trip along the great Mekong River. We visit Laos during this trip (since we visit only a border area, you will not need a visa for Laos). We also visit the famous Opium Museum that day, and then take a long ride along Laotian border. We sleep at a remote resort near Pu Chi Fa.
On the last day of the trip we arrive at Pu Chi Fa, an amazing rock hanging above Laos. It is especially impressive in the morning, when it is still foggy on the Laotian side.
We go straight to Chiang Mai from here.

 
Itinerary:
Chiang Mai>
Wiang Haeng>
Chan Pagoda>
Mae Na>
Fang>
King Mother Palace>
Mae Sai>
visit to Burma>
Opium Museum>
Golden Triangle>
visit to Laos>
Pu Chi Fa>
Phayao
Chiang Mai
   
Duration: 4 days
  
Distance: 1,000 km
  


Ti Lo Su Waterfall trip
We depart from Chiang Mai early morning and arrive to Doi Inthanon mountain (2576m). Here we take a long walk along Natural Trail, which takes several hours depending on the exact route. Doi Inthanon has a unique ecosystem which cannot be found anywhere else in Thailand. We will pass evergreen forests and sub Alpine meadows, and have a short break at View Point Kewmaeparn situated on the very edge of a dramatic abyss above clouds. After the walk we visit Pra Mahatad Pagodas and Vachiratan Waterfall. Then we stop in Mae Seriang for the night.
Second day we visit a hilltribe village near Burmese border and take a long route along Burmese border to Mae Sot, were we spend another night.
Next day we take steep curved road to Umphang, a nearest village to Ti Lo Su waterfall. The first two days of this trip were very intense, so we have free evening this day to relax before visiting waterfalls.
Next morning we visit Ti Lo Su Waterfall, the most beautiful waterfall in Thailand. It will take the whole day, and we return to Umphang for the night.
Next day we move to Bhumipol Dam, the biggest fresh water body in Thailand, and stay there for the last night.
In the last day we have boat cruise around the dam, and return to Chiang Mai late evening.

 

Itinerary:
Chiang Mai>
Doi Inthanon>
Nature Trail>
PraMahatad Pagodas>
Vachiratan Waterfall>
Mae Sariang>
Hilltribe village>
Mae Sot>
Umphang>
Ti Lo Su Warerfall>
Bhumipol Dam>
Chiang Mai
  
Duration: 6 days
  
Distance: 1,400 km
  


The Grand Loop
In the first day we visit Mokfa Waterfall and arrive to Pai late afternoon. We spend the first night here.
Next day we visit Tham Lod Cave. It is considered a very large cave in Thailand, and a spectacular one. Then we drive to Burmese border to enjoy great sunset in the mountains, and stop for the second night.
The third day is devoted to Lanna cave, also a large cave in Thailand (it is actually the longest cave here). There are several routes in the cave, starting from short 2 hours walk to 14 hours pass-through expedition. Our usual choice is 5 hour trip in the most fascinated part of the cave, but you can choose another route if you wish. We spend another night near the cave.
Next day we visit a remote Chinese village Ban Rak Thai near Burmese border and drive to Mae Hong Son, the most remote city of Thailand. We explore the city and surroundings, and stay here for the night.
Next morning we visit Karen village near Burmese border and take a long drive to Doi Inthanon. In the evening we visit one of the most impressive waterfalls in the whole Thailand, Vachiratan Waterfall. Then we have early dinner and relax, since we start the next day early at 7:00.
Next day we take a Natural Trail, which takes several hours depending on the exact route. Doi Inthanon has a unique ecosystem which cannot be found anywhere else in Thailand. We will pass evergreen forests and sub Alpine meadows, especially beautiful in the morning. View Point Kewmaeparn is situated on the very edge of a dramatic abyss above clouds.
After the walk, we go straight to Chiang Mai.
A Large Cave Thailand - Tham
                      Lod Cave
   

Itinerary:
Chiang Mai>
Mokfa Waterfall>
Pai>
Tham Lod Cave>

Burma border>

Lanna Cave>
Ban Rak Thai>
Mae Hong Son> Border>
Khun Yuam>
Vachiratan Waterfall>
Doi Inthanon>
Chiang Mai

  
Duration: 6 days
   
Distance: 850 km
  


The Essentials of the North
If you wish to explore all "must see" features of Northern Thailand in no time, this route is for you.

First, we head to Chiang Rai to visit the famous Wat Rong Khun - Chiang Rai White Temple and a private museum Oub Kham, which is the best museum in Chiang Rai. Then we drive further and spend night near the Golden Triangle.
Then we visit the famous Golden Triangle, the point where borders of Thailand, Laos and Burma meet. Here we take a boat to make a small water trip along the great Mekong River. We visit Laos during this trip (since we visit only a border area, you will not need a visa for Laos). We also visit the famous Opium Museum (Opium Hall) that day, and drive to a border city Mae Sai, where we spend another night.
Next morning you have a chance to cross the border and visit a Burmese city Thachilek (no visa required for one day stay in Burma). Then we visit Queen Mother's Garden in Northern Thailand and go straight to Chiang Mai from here.

 

Itinerary:
Chiang Mai>
Chiang Rai>
Wat Rong Khun (White Temple)>
Oub Kham Museum>
Golden Triangle>
Opium Museum>
visit to Laos>
Mae Sai>
visit to Burma>

Queen Mother's Garden>
Chiang Mai
   
Duration: 3 days
  
Distance: 600 km
   


Wildcard
If you need a custom itinerary off the beaten track in Northern Thailand, this option is for you. Please contact us first and describe what places you wish to visit, or what route you want to explore. We will propose you itinerary and duration. After that, you can book required number of days using wildcard option.







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