3 Days 2 nights Trekking
5-6 people 3,300 baht / person
3-4 people 3,900 baht / person
2 people 5,000 baht / person
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- English-speaking guide
- National Park entrance fees
- Mork Fa Waterfall
- Meals, tea, coffee
- Bamboo rafting
- Elephants (feeding, bathing, no riding)
- Accident Insurance
|08:00-08.30 am||Pick up at your hotel. After a one-hour drive to the local market in the north of Chiang Mai (Maetang district), you will have time to buy everything you might need for your trip (e.g. toilet paper, mosquito repellant). After that we will drive to the Mokfa waterfall, where you will have time to swim or relax while enjoying the beautiful scenery.|
|12:15 am||Lunch at local restaurant.|
|01:00 pm||From there we will start our 3-4 hour trekking tour into the jungle. Your guide will provide you with information about the plants, animals, and villages surrounding you and will answer any questions you may have about Thailand or the local way of life. At the top of the mountain you will enjoy an incredible view of the jungle and the mountains.|
|05.00 pm||Arrival at a Karen Village, where you will meet your host family, who will prepare a delicious meal for you. After dinner you can enjoy your evening around a fire.|
|09:00 am||In the morning a nice breakfast awaits you before beginning our second day’s trek into the jungle.|
|01:00 pm||Arrival at the river, where you can rest and swim. We will also enjoy a Thai lunch.|
|03:00 pm||Board a bamboo raft for the two-hour ride down the Mae Tang River to a Lahu village.|
|05:00 pm||Arrival at the Lahu village, where we will spend the second night. Dinner will be provided, and you can refresh yourself in the river.|
|08:00 am||Breakfast in the Lahu village.|
|09:30 am||Board the bamboo raft once more, for a journey to a Shan village. Here you will have lunch made by the local people.|
|01:30 pm||Visit with a pair of rescued elephants, feeding them, playing with them, and bathing them in the river (no riding!).|
|02:30 pm||Return to Chiang Mai (about two hours) and bring you to your hotel around 4-5 pm.|
WHAT TO BRING
- You must have sensible hiking shoes for the trek.
- Recommend slippers or sandals for the bamboo raft and village stay.
- Pullover (it can get cold in the village)
- Short and long pants
- Raincoat (especially during the monsoon season in June – October)
- Mosquito Repellent
- Toilet Paper
- Personal Medicine
- Soap, Shampoo, Toothbrush
-I would recommend the following items to bring with you on our trek: toilet paper, towels, flip flop or sandals, appropriate shoes for hiking (you can not rely on sandals/flip-flops for the hike), mosquitoes spray, jacket (it gets cold in the evening), flashlight, swimming suit.
-In the village, there is no electricity and the toilet is an outhouse.
-I would recommend bringing long trousers for the evening time in the village. However, you can wear shorts for the hike.
-In the village you have the opportunity to buy beer, water and Coca Cola. There is also shower facilities, but no a hot water – a traditional village style wash!
-In the room, for your bed, we provide a mattress, blankets, pillows and mosquito net.
-Please only bring what you need as you have to carry your items – I would suggest that you leave the non-essential items in your hotel or in the car.
-You can bring your camera, phone and other electronic equipment – during the traditional bamboo rafting, we have a waterproof bag for your convenience. We also can provide life jackets if you feel more comfortable with this.
The only items you will need to pay for are extra food and drinks. In the local villages there is no electricity and no hot water.
-The only items you will need to pay for are extra food and drinks. In the local villages there is no electricity and no hot water.
What Mike’s Authentic Trekking provides:
In both villages we will provide you with specially constructed accommodations, blankets, pillows, mosquito nets, basic toilets, and entry fees for all of the activities listed above.