Explore Doi Inthanon & Mae Ya Waterfall to See Sunrise at the Highest Spot in Thailand!
Free Hotel Pickup
The best area for trekking which is the highest mountain in the Thailand. Enjoy trekking 3.6 km at Kew Mae Pan nature trail. Visit two Pagodas (King Rama IX and Queen). Visit Hmong market and relax at the stunning at Mae Ya waterfall!
Fun & Adventure
Meet up at our meeting point
- Hotel lobby (in Chiang Mai area)
- Airport (Chiang Mai International Airport)
- Bus Terminal (Chiang Mai Provincial Arcade Transport Station)
- Railway Station (Chiang Mai Railway Station)
Arrive at Kew Mae Pan Viewpoint and have some breakfast, (Sandwiches with milk or fruit juice are provided) and wait for the sunrise!
Drive to highest spot in Thailand, which is 2,565 meters above the sea level! Take pictures around there, and have a break with fresh Arabica coffee. Then, trek at Angka nature trail (340 meter +) where you will see forests with rare plants and birds!
Start trekking. Ang Ka is classified as an evergreen forest with a specific feature from the typical a peat bog, which appears in the middle of the area. The temperature is low all year. Rare plants and wildlife are indigenous to this ecosystem!
Drive back to Kew Mae Pan and trek at the nature trail for about 3.2km (2-3hours) through the beautiful green forest, passing giant Rhododendrons, waterfalls and streams which leads to a cliff where you can enjoy breathtaking mountain views!
Have lunch at Kew Mae Pan viewpoint! (Northeastern food such as roasted chicken or pork, Thai northern sausage, papaya salad, etc. are provided!)
Drive to the Pagoda! These temples were built to honor the 60th birthday anniversary of King Bhumibol Adulyadej in 1987, and the 60th birthday anniversary of Queen Sirikit in 1992, respectively. Visit the garden to see beautiful scenery and take pictures!
Drive to Hmong hill tribe market! Go shopping for handmade products, vegetables, flowers and freshly picked fruits from tribal sellers dressed in colorful embroidered costumes!
Drive to Wachirathan Falls! The waterfall is the second major waterfall on the way up Doi Inthanon National Park. This one is an impressive and powerful waterfall, which is lighter flowing in the dry season, but in full flow in May through September!
Drive to Mae Ya Waterfall, the biggest and the most beautiful waterfall in Doi Inthanon National Park in Chiang Mai! With a height of over 260 meters, The fresh water splashes down over 30 tiers of rocks and boulders into small clear pools! Enjoy!
We arrive at Mae Ya Waterfall and we'll take a 600 meter walk from car park! Then, you'll be stunned with the biggest waterfall in Chiang Mai! You can relax and swim at this waterfall if you'd like!
Time to say goodbye to Doi inthanon!
Return you to your hotel in Chiang Mai city! I hope you enjoyed my trip!
Vegetarian Food Available
Transportation fares are included.
Admission fees are included.
Meals are included.
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Why this trip?
Private flexible trip to "The Roof of Thailand", Doi Inthanon National Park covers an area of 482 km² in Chiang Mai province north of Thailand. The park is part of the Himalayan mountain range. Avg.Temperature 3-8°C. in winter season.
Things to prepare for the trip
Jacket, Long pant, Rain coat, Sunscreen, Sunglasses, Repellent spray, Camera, Binoculars, Boots or trekking shoes, Swim suit, Towel, Cloth for change(If you need).
#I provide :
- Entrance fee
- Trekking fee
- Hotel Pickup in Chiang Mai Area
- Chiang Mai International Airport
- Chiang Mai Provincial Arcade Transport Station
- Chiang Mai Railway Station
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Best Day in Thailand
We went to the sticky waterfalls and to see elephants with Kanda yesterday. It was the best day of our entire 1 week trip in Thailand. It was just my husband and I with Kanda in her personal car. Kanda is an impressive young entrepreneur, very friendly, and someone who clearly loves her job. The waterfalls were tons of fun, we had plenty of time to play around and climb up and down. The water was warm, and when we arrived we were the only people there! We didn't think it could get much better, but then we arrived at the elephant place called E-CO stay. It is a small family owned and operated elephant park with 6 elephants. My husband and I got to hang out with two big elephants and one small 3-year old elephant for a few hours. No other groups were with us, just us and the elephants. We got to feed the elephants pineapples and rice balls, go for a walk with them, and give them a bath. Such an amazing day away from the city with nature. Don't hesitate - do it!!!
August 5, 2018
Wonderful experience, our guide Lin was great, patience and caring. I would decently recommend her and this organisation.
August 3, 2018
It was a beautiful experience
August 1, 2018
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