Buddy Tours, Adventure, Hilltribe & Jungle Trekking
in Chiang Mai, Thailand
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Guided jungle and hilltribe trekking tour including
elephant riding, bamboo rafting, jungle hiking, visits of Hmong and Karen hilltribe villages and swimming at waterfall.
We do this trekking tour every day.
You can join a tour group any day.
We guarantee, that we have a place for you, whether you come alone or with several other persons.
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(Please supply your full name, the departure date for the trek, the number of persons and the name and phone Nr. of the hotel or guesthouse where you will stay.)
8:00 - 8:30 a.m. : Pick up from hotel or guesthouse by air-conditioned van.
We will leave Chiang Mai on highway 108 past the airport to Sanphathong, and further to "Mae Wang Elephant Camp", an about 1h drive. You will have a little time to look around the elephant camp while the mahouts prepare the elephants for the ride. The elephant ride will lead you through a wonderful mountainous jungle landscape.
After the ride we will drive to the raft landing. From here you can make an exiting ride down "Mae Wang" stream on a raft made of bamboo stems bound together. The ride will take about 1 hour. From the there we will drive to a "Shan" (Tai Yai) village where we will have lunch. After lunch we will drive to a "Karen" hilltribe village. There you can watch "Karen" women weaving on hand-looms and you will get some insides into the living of the "Karen" people. Also you can buy hand-woven fabrics and other souvenirs made in the village. The guide will lead a tour through the village.
From there we will drive to the "Mae Wang" falls, where we will make a brake. You can swim there, walk around or just relax. Here we start our jungle walk to "Ban Pha Daeng" village, a village of the "Hmong" tribe. The guide will lead a tour through the village.
After that back to Chiang Mai where you will arrive at about 17:00h.
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