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Day 5 Depart Bangkok early in the morning for your back-to-nature excursion to Khao Yai National Park. The Park is home to a variety of wildlife, including tigers and wild elephants. Youll take an ox cart ride through rice fields, an elephant ride in the jungle and will walk along trails through the Park. This is a non-private tour and a long day (12 1/2 hours). (B, L)

Day 4 Todays full day excursion takes you outside the city to the Samut Sakorn province where youll visit the Mahachai Fresh Market seafood market. Then take a trishaw ride to the local vegetable market. Continue to Benjarong village at Ban Don Kai Dee. This is where Thailands famouse porcelain is created. Enjoy lunch and a traditional Thai village show at Samphran Riverside, before returning to Bangkok. (B, L)

Day 5 This mornings excursion takes you to Jim Thompsons House a collection of wooden buildings that house a small, but fine, collection of Asian art. Youll also visit Vimanmek Palace the worlds largest golden teak mansion. Jim Thompson remains a mystery, having disappeared in the Malaysian jungle. The old buildings present a beautiful example of Thai architecture. Your afternoon tour explores the Grand Palace, including the Funeral Palace, Reception Palace, Throne Hall, Coronation Hall, Royal Guest House and Emerald Buddha Temple. In the evening journey around the old city of Rattanakosin Island aboard the Buddy trolley. Dinner is included at Hotel DeMoc restaurant. (B, D)

Day 2 Transfer to Lisu Lodge where youll meet your guide who will take you on a 10-kilometer mountain bike ride to a small Thai village. From the village youll ride an elephant upstream to the elephant camp. There youll picnic alongside the river. Then switch to a rubber boat for your hour-and-a-half downstream adventure. Upon arrival at an Akha Hill tribe village youll have tea, before mountain biking back to Lisu Lodge. Return to Chiang Mai. This is a non-private tour. (B, L)

Day 5 Todays Eco Trekking in Phrao starts with a drive, via open aired local truck, to the Phrao district. Youll pass the teak forest and local farms before arriving at a Karen hill tribe village. Trek up the mountain through a forested area, as you learn about the flowers and tropical plants along the way. You may meet local people who are picking mushrooms or ant eggs. Arrive at the Nature Lodge, run by a Lahu hill tribe and local villagers. Continue to Buatong Waterfall where you can swim, before returning to Chiang Mai. (B, L)

With transfers from Chiang Mai, accommodations at Angkhang Nature Resort. This adventure includes an elephant trek, hill tribes, trekking and six meals.

At Southeast Asia Tours, we design tours for any number of people and any length of stay. Do you prefer deluxe, first class or standard hotel accommodations? Do you want just a little sightseeing, a lot of sightseeing or a 50/50 mix of sightseeing and leisure time? The focus is always on your special interests and desires.

2 days / 1 night Khao Sok Anurak Lodge Jungle Experience

2 days / 1 nightHomestay Explorer & Royal Agricultural Project

Day 5 Travel approximately 58 kilometers outside Bangkok to experience the traditional way of life and agriculture along Mahasawat Canal in Nakhom Pathom. Travel via traditional long-tail boat to see orchid farms and lotus blossoms. Change to a mini tractor to drive through rice fields and fruit orchards, where you can taste the local produce. Afternoon transfer to the airport. (B)

Day 5 Todays hands-on excursion takes you to a local rice farm where youll change to traditional Thai farm clothes and will participate in planting and harvesting rice. Youll learn about the processes involved in reaching the final product. This tour operates between June and February only. (B, L)

Day 2 Travel upstream via long-tailed boat to Saiyoke Yai Waterfall and National Park where youll explore the Lawa Caves. Return to your floating villa in the late afternoon, following a stops at a nearby ethnic Mon Tribal village and Lawa Caves. (B, L, D)

3 days/2 nights Khao Sok Tree House Jungle Safari

Day 7 Transfer to the airport. (B)

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Day 2 This morning youll visit several hill tribes including Long Necked Karen, traditional Karen, Lahu and Patong villages. On the way back to Chiang Mai youll stop at one of the regions orchid farms. In the afternoon youll visit the Sankamphange District, home to the silk industry, umbrella painting, lacquerware, silverware and other handicrafts. This evenings cultural and folk performances will be accompanied by a Kantoke (northern Thai cuisine) dinner. (B, D)

Upon arrival in Bangkok youll be met and transferred to your hotel.

A unique opportunity to get close to everyday people, experiencing their cultural and way of life.  Starting and ending in Bangkok, travel to Bang Pa-In and Ban Ko Kerd with touring along the way. Learn about the royal economic sufficiency program with its emphasis on organic farming techniques. Bicycle along back roads, through villages and meet people along the way. Accommodations are in local homestays where youll dine with your host family. Four meals are included.

Upon arrival in Chiang Mai you will be met and transferred to your hotel.

Consider adding a non-private hot air balloon excursion in Chiang Mai.

Includes roundtrip transfers from Bangkok, Ayutthaya island exploration by bicycle, alms-offering to Buddhist monks, kayaking on the Lopburi River, a visit to an elephant camp including elephant feeding, a rice barge cruise, temples, historical sites, accommodation at a homestay or small local hotel and four meals.

Day 3 This mornings Taste of Bangkok Transport tour takes you via public transportation, to experience the city from the perspective of the locals. Travel by tuk-tuk, boat, Skytrain and the khlong ferry. The afternoon is at leisure. This evening attend the Calypso Cabaret Show, Bangkoks first show of Thai transgender artists. (B)

Day 4 Todays full day excursion takes you out of the city to Kanchanaburi where youll board a local transport pick-up truck to explore local farmlands and to learn about the farmers and their beliefs. Youll visit the Nong Kao village shrine where you can make offerings to the spirits of the village. Visit Fan Palm Orchard to observe the locals harvesting the leaves that are used to wrap food. Continue through this area of rural landscapes and villages to see a demonstration of a local ritual whereby the farmers strengthen their bond with the Rice Goddess, in order to ensure prolific crops. A snack of Fan Palm Cake and coffee will be served before continuing to a local weaving center to observe hand-woven cloths being made into clothing. After lunch youll visit Erawan National Park where you may see monkeys and a variety of birds. Youll have time to relax at the waterfalls or to swim in its pools, before returning to Bangkok. (B, L)

3days/2 nights Art of Muay Thai Boxing

Day 6 This morning youll visit the Chatuchak weekend market, which is the largest outdoor shopping market in Thailand. The market boasts a wide range of Thai wares. This afternoon youll travel by longtailed speedboat on the picturesque Chao Phraya River and through the Thonburi klongs (canals). Youll make a stop at the Temple of Dawn. This evening attend a performance of Muay Thai Live. (B)

Day 6 Morning at leisure. This afternoon youll visit a local temple for a chat with the monks. Youll have the opportunity to learn about the Buddhist religion. This evenings guided culinary tour gives you the opportunity to sample local snacks. Start at the Warorot market. Continue to the outskirts of the city where youll try kao soi, a coconut noodle dish thats unique to Chiang Mai. End with a stroll through the Night Market. (B, D)

Day 4 At leisure until time to transfer to the airport. (B)

Upon arrival in Bangkok youll be met and transferred to your hotel.

Day 2 Transfer to Lisu Lodge where youll meet your guide who will take you on a 10-kilometer mountain bike ride to a small Thai village. From the village youll ride an elephant upstream to the elephant camp. There youll picnic alongside the river. Then switch to a rubber boat for your hour-and-a-half downstream adventure. Upon arrival at an Akha Hill tribe village youll have tea, before mountain biking back to Lisu Lodge. Return to Chiang Mai. This is a non-private tour. (B, L)

Day 3 The morning is at leisure. In the afternoon take a ride on the historic Death Railway, passing over the original wooden viaduct that was constructed by Allied POWs. Return to Bangkok in the late afternoon. (B, L)

Day 3 Todays tour takes you outside the city to Kanchanaburi where youll switch to a 44 Jeep or similar. Proceed to the Elephant Camp for a short elephant trek in the forest. After a short bamboo raft ride youll leave the camp and will continue to the mountainous Thong Papoom district where youll start your off-road adventure along 13 kilometers of dirt road. Youll pass through teak and bamboo forests into the jungle. Youll then walk to a waterfall where you can swim in the pools formed by the waterfall. (This is a long day approximately 12 hours.) (B, L)

Upon arrival in Chiang Mai you will be met and transferred to your hotel.

3 days/2 nights Unseen Sangklaburi/Three Pagodas Pass

Starting and ending in Phuket, Krabi or Khao Lak, transfer to Khao Sok National Park with stops at the Tsunami Memorial Museum and Khao Sok View Point. Activities during your stay include canoeing on the Sok River, hiking, bird & animal viewing in the rainforest with an expert guide, bamboo rafting, bathing & feeding elephants and a bike tour. Accommodations are at Anurak Lodge. Seven meals are included.

Day 7 Transfer to the Bangkok airport. (B)

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Thailand Sample Itineraries include sightseeing and transfers with private guide and driver, unless otherwise indicated. Discounts are available if you have a group of people who want to travel together. A wide range of hotel options are available.Prices are available upon request based on your budget and hotel preferences. These Sample Itineraries can easily be customized.

Starting and ending in the mountain town of Pai, this two-day trekking excur

Upon arrival in Chiang Mai you will be met and transferred to your hotel. In the evening youll attend a Kantoke (northern Thai cuisine) dinner with cultural and folk performances. (D)

2 days/1 night Amphawa & Ratchaburi Countryside

Day 8 Today youll travel on the Mae Kok River, via longtail boat, to a Karen hilltribe village. Youll then take a two-hour elephant ride through the jungle, passing rice paddies and rivers. Stop for lunch at a Yao hilltribe village. Youll also stop at other villages, each with their own customs. You have the option of hiking to a waterfall, where you can swim. Stop at the Chiang Rai Handicraft Center before returning to your hotel. (B, L)

3 days/ 2 nights Soft Adventure at Doi Angkhang

Day 5 Todays Eco Trekking in Phrao starts with a drive, via open aired local truck, to the Phrao district. Youll pass the teak forest and local farms before arriving at a Karen hill tribe village. Trek up the mountain through a forested area, as you learn about the flowers and tropical plants along the way. You may meet local people who are picking mushrooms or ant eggs. Arrive at the Nature Lodge, run by a Lahu hill tribe and local villagers. Continue to Buatong Waterfall where you can swim, before returning to Chiang Mai. (B, L)

Transfer from Bangkok to Kanchanaburi to visit the Thailand-Burma Railway Centre, the Allied War Cemetery and Hellfire Pass. Continue by boat your acommodations. In the evening enjoy traditional Mon tribal dances. Two nights in a floating villa at The Float House River Kwai. (L, D)

Day 5 Transfer to the airport.

Day 2 This mornings Arts of the Kingdom tour takes you to Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall which now serves as a museum and is still occasionally used for state functions. The Hall houses the best of Thai fine arts. Its domes and walls are covered with paintings by Professor Galileo Chini and Carlo Riguli. In the afternoon visit the private Prasat Museum with its large collection of artifacts ranging from the prehistoric to Bangkok periods. The museum also houses replicas of beautiful Thai architecture. (B)

Upon arrival in Bangkok youll be met and transferred to your hotel.

Starting and ending in Phuket, Krabi or Khao Lak, transfer to Khao Sok National Park with stops at the Tsunami Memorial Museum and Khao Sok View Point. Activities during your stay include canoeing on the Sok River, hiking and bird & animal viewing in the rainforest with an expert guide. Accommodations are at Anurak Lodge. Four meals are included.

Day 5 Transfer to the airport. (B)

Day 2 This morning youll explore Bangkok by local transportation. Your guide will help you navigate the city from the perspective of a local. Travel by tuk-tuk, boat, Skytrain and even the khlong ferry. This afternoons Bangkok Jungle Tour by Bicycle takes you across the Chao Phraya River to the relatively unknown area of Bang Ka Jao. Youll explore this green area of waterways, small temples, local houses and local markets by cycling along small roads, alleyways and raised footpaths. (B)

Mix-and-match as many of these options as you like. Just let us know what your heart desires.

Day 3 This morning youll travel outside Bangkok to the Tha Kha Floating Market, which is only open on weekends and certain days that are in accordance with the Buddhist lunar calendar. This market is seldom visited by tourists and is very authentic. Youll also visit a local market positioned on a train track. When the train comes through, the vendors move their wares. When the train passes, they move back onto the track. On your way back to the city youll stop at Phra Pathom Chedi, the largest pagoda in Southeast Asia. Afternoon at leisure. (B)

2 days / 1 night Pai Trek & Overnight with Red-Lahu Tribe

2 days/1 night Khao Yai Wine Trails Bike Ride

I vetted out about 4-5 travel agents before I found Diane Embree and she was absolutely fantastic. Diane assisted us in designing an amazing trip for a group of 10 people through various parts of Thailand and it was ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!! She had every detail covered, was so on top of my every question, and was truly an amazing person to work with! Id highly recommend her to anyone looking to go to SE Asia, shes well-versed with the culture and truly looks out for your best interest, always. Thanks, Diane!

Day 6 This morning youll travel overland to Chiang Rai. The afternoon is at leisure. (B)

Day 2 Today youll travel outside Bangkok to the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market. Continue to the River Kwai to see the famous Bridge. Youll visit the Allied War Cemetery and will take a ride on the notorious Death Railway.

With transfers from Phuket, Krabi, Khao Lak or Surat Thani, accommodations at Khao Sok National Park in a private treehouse and a rafthouse at Raja Phraba Lake. Includes an elephant trek or canoe trip or jungle walk or inner tube floating on the Klong Sok River + a boat ride on Raja Phraba Lake followed by a jungle hike and bamboo rafting to a cave and seven meals.

Beginning and ending in Bangkok with guesthouse accommodations, the included sightseeing focuses on history, adventure and culture. Seven meals are included.

Consider adding a non-private hot air balloon excursion in Chiang Mai.

3 days / 2 nights Khao Sok Anurak Lodge Jungle Experience

Day 3 In the early morning youll participate in a special Thai custom. Before dawn monks don their saffron robes and walk barefoot through the streets, carrying their alms bowls. The local people give boiled rice and condiments in exchange for blessings. Youll have an opportunity to join this tradition by personally presenting alms. Then its off to the Bangkok Floral Market with its stalls filled with exotic, colorful flora. This is where the wholesalers shop. Return to your hotel for breakfast and a short rest. This afternoon youll visit the National Museum with its historical artifacts from Neolithic, Sukhothai, Ayutthaya and Bangkok periods. The old buildings present a beautiful example of Thai architecture. This evening youll join a dinner cruise on the Chao Phraya River, on a traditional converted rice barge. (B, D)

Day 9 At leisure in Chiang Rai until time to transfer to the airport. (B)

Upon arrival in Bangkok you will be met and transferred to your hotel.

Day 4 This morning youll head to the countryside for your ATV quad bike adventure. Explore the area via off-road trails, rugged paths and through lush jungle. This is a non-private tour. *The afternoon is at leisure. (B)

Day 3 Todays adventure is the Flight of the Gibbon Treetop Adventure. In a 1,500 year old rainforest near the village of Mae Kampong, youll glide through the jungle canopy via two kilometers of ziplines, sky bridges and abseils. This is a non-private tour. (B, L)

Day 2 Early this morning youll visit a local market where youll offer alms to the Buddhist monks. Youll also have an opportunity to shop for local foods. Continue to Wat U-Mong (Tunnel Temple) and Wat Suan Dok, where the ashes of Chiang Mais royal family are interred. This afternoon youll travel south to the small historic town of Lamphun. After visiting Wat Phra That Haripoonchai, which is the oldest temple in the region, youll tour the local market. Continue to Wiang Kum Kam, where youll tour this 13th century town via horse drawn carriage. (B)

Includes roundtrip transfers from Chiang Mai, hot springs, local markets, learning handicrafts, an herbal sauna, visits with villagers, soft trekking in a mountain forest, caves and four meals.

Day 2 This morning youll take a guided walking tour of Chinatown. Youll walk narrow lanes, covered alleyways and will browse the exotic shops. A light Yum Char (dim sum and Chinese tea) lunch is included. This afternoons city and temples tour includes the three most important temples in Bangkok: Wat Trimitr with its Golden Buddha made of five and a half tons of solid gold; Wat Po, the most extensive temple with its giant Reclining Buddha; and Wat Benjamaborpit, also known as the White Marble Temple, one of the finest examples of Thai Architecture. In the evening enjoy a River of King dinner cruise. (B, L, D)

Including transfers, accommodations and three meals, this excursion includes attending a Muay Thai fighting show and training at the boxing gym, followed by a traditional massage.

Day 3 Todays restful excursion visits Pattaya, two hours southeast of Bangkok, on the Gulf of Thailand. Once a sleepy fishing village, Pattaya is now one of Thailands most popular resorts. Youll visit the island of Koh Larn (via non-private boat). Swim, snorkel, take a glass-bottomed boat ride or just sunbathe on the sandy strand. Lunch at a beach caf is included. (B, L)

Day 2 Todays full day Bangkok Highlights tour includes the Wat Trimit and Wat Po temples and the Grand Palace. In addition, cruise the klongs (canals) of Bangkok on a longtail boat, before boarding a converted rice barge for a cruise on the larger canals. In the evening attend a Thai Classical Dance performance, including a Thai dinner. (B, L, D)

Day 5 Transfer to the airport. (B)

Upon arrival in Bangkok you will be met and transferred to your hotel.

2 days/ 1 night Boat, Biking & Kayaking in Ayutthaya

Day 3 Todays full day excursion acquaints you with mountain village life. Youll drive to Mae Kampong, a rustic village alongside a stream in the mountains near Chiang Mai. After a stop at a local market, youll walk through the forest with the locals, learning about their conservation of the forest. After lunch youll have a massage. Youll then explore the village to see fermented tea being made, as well as local handicrafts in the village homes. Youll cook your own dinner in a village home and view the sunset from the top of the mountain, before returning to your hotel. This is a long day (12+ hours). (B, L, D)

The Kingdom of Thailand has something to interest every traveler. Whether youre looking to relax on a tropical island, take advantage of terrific shopping, visit the hill tribes and villages of northern Thailand, venture to the River Kwai and other historic sites, explore fantastic Buddhist temples, dine on delicious delicacies, marvel at the rich scenery, ride an elephant, float through the klongs of Bangkok, canoe through the jungle or to sea caves, go river rafting, cycling or trekking, Thailand will surely give you memories to cherish. Thailand has a well-established tourism industry, making it the most accessible destination for first-time visitors to Southeast Asia.

Departs and ends Bangkok with accommodations in Khao Yai. With wine making, wine tasting, bike riding and four meals.

These soft adventure packages include some meals,

Day 9 At leisure in Chiang Rai until time to transfer to the airport. (B)

Day 3 This mornings Diversity and Harmony Walking tour visits an area of the Thonburi riverbank where many original communities remain. Explore the diverse local cultures and stories of how the different groups arrived in the area. Walk along Tha Din Daeng, a foodies paradise. Continue along backstreets and riverside pathways, passing shrines, mosques and a Portuguese Catholic community famous for its desserts. Visit Wat Kalayanamit before crossing the river. This afternoon visit the Museum of Floral Culture which focuses on Thai floral culture but also houses exhibits of floral cultures from India, China, Japan, Laos and Bali. (B)

Day 2 Todays (non-private) Flight of the Gibbon Treetop Adventure takes you an hour outside Bangkok to the treetops of a pristine national park at Khao Kheo, near Chonburi. Youll glide through the jungle canopy along zip-lines, sky bridges and abseils. At over three kilometers, with 24 platforms, this is the longest zip-line tour in the world. (B, L)

Departs and ends Bangkok with accommodations in Khao Yai, an ox-cart ride, Heaw Narok Waterfall, elephant trekking, nighttime spotlighting tour, accommodation at Greenery Resort Khao Yai and four meals.

Here are just a fewsamplesof the types of trip that we can design just for you:

Upon arrival in Bangkok you will be met and transferred to your hotel.

Day 7 Todays excursion begins with a drive to the Myanmar (Burma) border. Youll cross into Myanmar and will visit a nearby village. Youll travel through the lanes and side side streets of the the town via rickshaw. Youll also visit a local temple and will have time to shop at the local market. Continue to the famous Golden Triangle, where Thailand, Laos and Myanmar meet. (B, L)

Day 8 Today youll travel on the Mae Kok River, via longtail boat, to a Karen hilltribe village. Youll then take a two-hour elephant ride through the jungle, passing rice paddies and rivers. Stop for lunch at a Yao hilltribe village. Youll also stop at other villages, each with their own customs. You have the option of hiking to a waterfall, where you can swim. Stop at the Chiang Rai Handicraft Center before returning to your hotel. (B, L)

Day 4 This mornings city and temples tour includes Wat Phra Sing, Wat Suan Dok, Wat Chedi Luang and the hilltop temple Wat Phra That Doi Suthep. This afternoon youll visit the Tiger Kingdom at Mae Rim where you can touch and play with puppy tigers, small tigers and mature tigers. Visitors enter the ground at their own risk. This evenings guided culinary tour gives you the opportunity to sample local snacks. Start at the Warorot market. Continue to the outskirts of the city where youll try kao soi, a coconut noodle dish thats unique to Chiang Mai. End with a stroll through the Night Market. (B, D)

Day 3 Todays full day tour starts with a visit to the Elephant Conservation Centre at Lampang, home to the only Elephant Hospital in Thailand. Youll then take a short city tour in an old horse carriage and will visit the 700-year-old Wat Prathat Lampang Luang temple. On the way back to Chiang Mai, youll stop at the small historical town of Lamphun, home to Wat Phra That Haripoonchai, which is the oldest temple in the region. (B, L)

Day 4 This morning youll head to the countryside for your ATV quad bike adventure. Explore the area via off-road trails, rugged paths and through lush jungle. This is a non-private tour. *The afternoon is at leisure. (B)

Day 7 Todays excursion begins with a drive to the Myanmar (Burma) border. Youll cross into Myanmar and will visit a nearby village. Youll travel through the lanes and side side streets of the the town via rickshaw. Youll also visit a local temple and will have time to shop at the local market. Continue to the famous Golden Triangle, where Thailand, Laos and Myanmar meet. (B, L)

Day 4 In the early morning youll participate in a special Thai custom. Before dawn monks don their saffron robes and walk barefoot through the streets, carrying their alms bowls. The local people give boiled rice and condiments in exchange for blessings. Youll have an opportunity to join this tradition by personally presenting alms. Then its off to the Bangkok Floral Market with its stalls filled with exotic, colorful flora. This is where the wholesalers shop. The balance of the morning is at leisure. This afternoon youll visit the National Museum with its historical artifacts from Neolithic, Sukhothai, Ayutthaya and Bangkok periods. In the evening attend a Thai Classical Dance performance, including a Thai dinner. (B, D)

Day 4 This morning youll explore Bangkok by local transportation. Your guide will help you navigate the city from the perspective of a local. Travel by tuk-tuk, boat, Skytrain and even the khlong ferry. The afternoon is at leisure. This evenings non-private Bike Bangkok by Night tour includes cycling along the Chao Phraya River. (B)

Includes roundtrip transfers from Bangkok, local markets including Amphawa floating market, Mae Klong waterway, Don Hoi Lot, Wat Bang Kung and Wat Bang Kaae Noi, Khanorn temple, a shadow puppet show, accommodation at Baan Amphawa Resort & Spa and four meals.

Day 4 This mornings non-private tour takes you to Mae Sa Craft village where youll how a choice of learning Saa paper-making, ceramic painting, batik dyeing or paper parasol and fan-making. In the afternoon youll visit several hill tribes including Long Necked Karen, traditional Karen, Lahu and Patong villages. On the way back to Chiang Mai youll stop at one of the regions orchid farms. (B, L)

Day 6 Morning at leisure. In the afternoon youll travel 32 kilometers out of Bangkok to the Sampran Riverside Thai Village (formerly Rose Garden) with its over 50 acres of tropical gardens and orchards. At the Thai village youll see a cultural show including the fingernail dance, Thai boxing, hilltribe dance, sword fighting, elephants at work and folk dancing. (B)

Day 4 Todays full day excursion takes you 90 kilometers north of Bangkok to Ayutthaya, the former capital of Thailand. At the city ruins, youll see Wat Phra Sri Sanpetch and its pagodas, Wat Chaiya Mongkol and the large Buddha image of Phra Mongkol Bophit. Youll also take a boat trip to Bang Pa-In, the former Royal Summer residence of King Rama V, as well as a visit to the Chinese Wehat Chamrun Palace. Travel one way by road and the other way by non-private boat. (B, L)

Day 7 Transfer to the airport. (B)

Upon arrival in Chiang Mai you will be met and transferred to your hotel.

Day 3 Todays adventure is the Flight of the Gibbon Treetop Adventure. In a 1,500 year old rainforest near the village of Mae Kampong, youll glide through the jungle canopy via two kilometers of ziplines, sky bridges and abseils. This is a non-private tour. (B, L)

Day 6 This morning youll travel overland to Chiang Rai. The afternoon is at leisure. (B)