Traveling off the beaten tracks in Thailand

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Thailand, despite being a quite touristy destination, still allows you to travel off the beaten tracks… Ideally with a guide and driver through a private tailor made tour! We would like to offer you a brief itinerary allowing you to enjoy the tranquility of the Pakwang forest station; trekking trough the jungle among waterfalls, dense bamboo forests and fields of lychees; going down the Kok river by canoe to meet with Karen people of Ruamit; spending a moment of complicity to taking care of an elephant; to participate in a humanitarian project providing assistance to akka people; to walk along the Mekong river,…

Day 1: Chiang Rai / Wiangchai / Hmong villages / Chiang Kong – 220 km

Day 2: Chiang Kong / Chiang Sen / Cruise on the Mekhong river until the Golden Triangle / Chiang Rai – 135 km

Day 3: Chiang Rai / Canoe trip on the Kok river / Ruamit / Elephant ride / Huai Kaew waterfalls / Akka and Yao villages

Day 4: Chiang Rai / Karen and Lahu Villages / Pakwang forest station / Akka village / Homestay – 60 km

Day 5: Akka village / Mae Chan / Doi Mae Salong / Santikiree / Thaton – 115 km

Day 6: Thaton / Mae Salak / Wawee / Chiang Rai – 135 km

(Ariane)

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