Active Chiang Mai Itinerary

Trekking in Chiang Mai, explore Thailand's lush jungle areas, go rafting on the Mae Taeng river - visit Thailand on an active adventure tour through Chiang Mai.

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    • TTAV
    • Total twin price tool tip
      USD $380
      CAD $392
      AUD $385
      EUR €265
      GBP £222
      NZD $427
      ZAR R3,852
      CHF FR320
    • Total single price tool tip
      USD $645
      CAD $665
      AUD $655
      EUR €450
      GBP £380
      NZD $730
      ZAR R6,555
      CHF FR545
    • Cycling, Short Breaks, Walking
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Wat Phratat Doi Suthep temple, Chiang Mai

Beautiful Thai smile


Trekking Thailand

Day 1 Arrive Chiang Mai

Travel to Thailand and head to chilled-out Chiang Mai, the second largest city in Thailand. The friendly locals, the vibrant Night Bazaar, the fascinating old town bounded by moats and the many ancient ruins enthral travellers from around the world. Hit the markets, temple-hop or relax with a soothing massage.
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Day 2 Doi Suthep Temple/Cycling

After breakfast, head off to visit the temple complex of Doi Suthep and climb the 300 steps of its naga stairway. Be rewarded at the top with spectacular panoramas. Later, saddle up for a cycling adventure through green fields following the Ping River downstream. Call into a former leper colony, now a rehabilitation centre, to gain insight into the activities of the missionaries in days gone by. Continue on to discover the real rural Thailand, cruising past orchards, farms and the occasional colourful village. Explore the temple ruins of Wiang Kum Kam on the way back into town.
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Day 3 Hiking, Biking and Rafting

Get set for an action packed day visiting colourful hilltribe villages, jump onto a mountain bike and tackle dirt roads to arrive at a picnic lunch spot. After refuelling, it's time to raft down the Mae Taeng River and its 14 gorges.
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Day 4 Depart Chiang Mai

There's always something to see and do in Thailand's cosmopolitan capital of the north. Join a cooking class, trawl through bustling markets or wander the serene grounds of one of the 300 temples found in Chiang Mai.