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    Program : 3 Days 2 Nights | Chiang Mai – Chiang Rai

    This private trip to northern Thailand with an English-speaking guide allows you to customise your trip to the smallest detail, according to your abilities and desires. If you do not like a lot of walks or want to change the itinerary of the trip – everything is possible!

    Accompanied by a private air-conditioned van, with a driver and certified English-speaking local guide, you can visit all the most popular attractions and destinations in northern Thailand. These include the Golden Triangle, the Queen’s Gardens, a boat ride to Laos, Whit Temple, Elephant eco camps, rice fields, botanic gardens, and more.


    • Private Van and Driver
    • Petrol expenses
    • Certified English speaking guide
    • Hotel for the first 2 nights in Chiang Rai + Breakfast**
    • 3 Thai lunches (buffet or set menu)
    • Drinking-Water in the van
    • Travel Insurance for the duration of the trip
    • Airport Transfers
    • Entrance fees for all the activities mentioned in the itinerary

    Not including

    • Dinner
    • Personal expenses
    • Hotel in Chiang Mai
    • Day One features:
    • Natural Elephant Camp
    • Thai Lunch
    • Optional stops at Rice fields, Cashew or Pineapple farms, Local Markets or Hot Spring.
    • Buatong Waterfall and Trekking.
    • Wat Ban Den, one of the largest temple. complexes in the province.
    • Arrival back at hotel around 17:30-19:30

    • Day Two features:
    • Hill tribes, such as the Karen, Akha or Lahu.
    • Doi Tung Mountain.
    • Wat Tham Pla, aka Monkey Temple.
    • Mae Sai, A town on the Thai/Myanmar Border.
    • Golden Triangle (Thai, Lao, Myanmar border.)
    • Arrival back at hotel around 13:30-19:30

    • Day Three features:
    • White Temple.
    • Khunkorn Waterfall.
    • Singha Park, Largest agricultural farm in Thailand.
    • Journey back to Chiang Mai.
    • Chiang Mai hotel arrival around 17:30-19:30

    **The Hotel of choice is either Le Patta Chiang Rai or The Heritage Chiang Rai hotel.

    What should you wear on the trip?
       -T shirt and shorts on the day
       -Sandals or flip-flops for the easy program
       -Walking / Trekking shoes
       -Appropriate dress for the temples (Pants or skirts below the knees.)

    Weather tips!
    November – February.
    During the winter in Thailand, the temperature is between 5 – 12 degrees Celsius. YOU SHOULD BRING COAT OR JACKET . This is the best time for traveling in Thailand, due to the nice and cool weather. The landscape is covered with blooming flowers and lush vegetation which makes the bio diversity of birds and wildlife plentiful.

    March – May.
    This is summer time, the temperature is between 28 – 33 degrees Celsius. The hottest time of the year is April, when temperatures can reach as high as 43 degrees Celsius. Bring something light and thin to wear. Hat, sun glasses and sunscreen is recommended.

    June – October.
    This is the rainy season, the temperature is between 18 – 25 degrees Celsius. An umbrella or rain coat are recommended. Flip flops or thongs are the best shoes to wear during these months


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