Exploring The Roof of Thailand at Chiang Mai
Let's feel the drop of waterfall. Without water, there would be no life. An ecotourism community located at Inthanon National Park, the highest mountain in Thailand. Best time to see the beautiful scenery of rice terraces is August through November.
Why this trip?
Explore one of the local communities of Chiang Mai, Mae Klang Luang Ecotourism Village. Then trek to the top of Doi Inthanon, known as Thailand's highest mountain at 2,565 meters above sea level. And chill out by Vachirathan waterfall.
What makes it unique?
To be able to learn different cultures of local folks and admire the beautiful rainforest surrounding is something you can't find just anywhere.
Things to prepare for the trip
Please carry a small day pack with essential stuff like camera, snacks, water, sun protection, mosquito repellent, light jacket, rain gear (for rainy season), etc.
Meet up at hotel lobby (in Chiang Mai area)
Arrive at Inthanon National Park. It is roughly a two hour (approximately 100 km) drive from Chiang Mai city to the foot of Doi Inthanon. Inthanon is a part of the Himalayas, which ranges across Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar and ends at Northern Thailand.
Our first destination, Mae Klang Luang Village, enjoy the epic view of steps farming (rainy season ONLY, Aug-Nov, please check through message). Or explore Kiw Mae Pan 3 km. nature trail instead (Open from beginning of Nov until the end of May each year.
Lunch at Royal Project Inthanon Agricultural Station
“An army marches on its stomach”
Freshly Brewed Coffee Time
If you still itchy your feet, Pha Dok Siew waterfall is waiting for you to explore. - notably set in a popular Thai film "Rak Jung-รักจัง".
Time to say Goodbye. I will send you back to the hotel.
Arrive at your hotel with new experiences :)
- Hotel Pickup in Chiang Mai Area
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