Tour Package

One Day Trekking

More than 5 people 1,700 baht / person

4-5 people 2,000 baht / person

2-3 people 2,500 baht / person

Private tours are also available upon request

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Tour Included

  • English-speaking guide
  • National Park entrance fees
  • Mork Fa Waterfall
  • Transportation
  • Meals, tea, coffee
  • Bamboo rafting or Elephants (feeding, bathing, no riding)
  • Accident Insurance

Time

07:00 am Pickup at your hotel. We will drive for one hour to the Mork Fa Waterfall.
08:30 am Relax at the waterfall and enjoy the beautiful scenery.
09:10 am Drive to our departure point for the trekking!
10:40 am Begin our two-hour trek to a Lahu village.
12:40 pm Enjoy an authentic lunch prepared by the villagers at the Lahu village.
02:40 pm Board a bamboo raft for a two-hour journey on the Mae Tang River.
04:40 am Stop at a Shan village, where a truck will pick you up for the two-hour drive back to Chiang Mai. You will arrive at your hotel around 5-6 pm.

 

What To Bring

  1. Backpack
  2. Towel
  3. Swimsuit
  4. Hiking Shoes
  5. Slippers or sandals
  6. Short and long pants
  7. Sunscreen
  8. Raincoat (June – October)
  9. Mosquito Repellent
  10. Toilet Paper
  11. Personal Medicine

Please Note!

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.


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