General

Tour Itinerary:

Pick up at the lobby of your hotel in Chiang Mai city center only

Lying south of Chiang Mai, the granite mass of Doi Inthanon, 8,500 feet above sea level, is the highest summit in the country. Doi Inthanon is the tail of Himalaya mountain range, designated as a national park, the moist natural environment is a paradise for birds as it has almost 400 species, animals, flowers and faunas.

Visit the Twin Pagodas built by the Thai Air force in honor of their Majesties King and Queen for their 60th Birthday Anniversaries. A visitors’ center nearby contains tourist information both in Thai and English.

After a final steep drive, the summit is surprisingly flat though misty, cool and breezy. Walk shortly to see a small Stupa contains the remains of Chao Inthawichayanon the last independent ruler of Chiang Mai who died in 1897 after Lanna Kingdom was combined to be a part of Siam. Enjoy exploring around Ang-Kha Nature Trail at the highest peak viewing beautiful Fern & Moss as well as White & Red Rhododendrons (bloom only during Jan – Feb).

Stop at Wachiratarn Waterfall and Sirithan Waterfall. Relax by fresh and clear fall for freshen up.

Stop on the way down to shop at Hmong Tribal Market who trade various kinds of vegetations, temperature fruits and flowers from their own farm.

Visit the ethnic Karen hill tribe village at Baan Sop Had where you can see the local life-style of the tribal villagers.

Transfer back to Chiang Mai and transfer to your hotel.

Lunch en-route

 

Include:

  • Pick up and drop off at your hotel in Chiang Mai (city center only)
  • Transportation to and from Chiang Mai by an A/C vehicle
  • Sightseeing as mentioned.
  • Licenced English or Chinese-speaking local guide
  • Admission Fee to the Doi Inthanon National Park at 300 Baht for foreinger
  • Lunch at the local restaurant (set menu)
  • All booking and credit card fees

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