Northern Thailand
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Our most recommended Northern Thailand Jungle Tours

  • Chiang Mai: Downhill Mountain Biking Experience

    1. Chiang Mai: Downhill Mountain Biking Experience

    After being transferred from your local accommodation, your day will start with a 100% downhill fast flowing trail with an abundance of features. You will encounter jumps, drops and fantastic flow on this single track. Following this, lunch and refreshments await you after the first run before the fun continues as you are driven to the next trailhead for the final downhill trail of the day. Expect plenty of roots, ruts, some steep sections and natural berms as your professional guides show you some of the best downhill in Chiang Mai before returning you to the city. Your experienced English-speaking guides will show you the best Chiang Mai has to offer during this tour, just expect to be a little "numb" by the end!

  • Doi Inthanon National Park Small Group Full Day Tour

    2. Doi Inthanon National Park Small Group Full Day Tour

    Get picked up from your hotel in Chiang Mai city center for a day to explore one of Thailand’s original national parks and highest mountain, Doi Inthanon. Perfect for adventurers and culture enthusiasts alike, this tour will feature picturesque landscapes, remote villages, and incredible viewpoints. The first stop is one of the largest and the most beautiful waterfalls in the country, the Wachirathan Waterfall. Over 80 meters high, the power of this waterfall creates a refreshing mist that feeds the surrounding vegetation. The next stop is the stunning 50-meter cascade, Sirithan Waterfall fed by the Mae Klong River.  Next, you’ll stop at the famous twin pagodas: the Napamatanee Don and Napaphon Bhumisiri. Built for the Royal King and Queen, they are located at the highest point in Thailand. The last stop is a visit to the Karen Tribe locale. Learn a bit about the hill tribes people’s c...

    Long van ride but very beautiful spots. The guide was great and spoke English well. The van was quite comfortable. The waterfalls were stunning and the hike was peaceful. Not too difficult. Worth it for a day trip!

  • Chiang Mai: Segway and Eco Canopy Zip-Line Adventure

    3. Chiang Mai: Segway and Eco Canopy Zip-Line Adventure

    This 9-hour program begins at 09:45 across from Ta Phae Gate in central Chiang Mai. Enjoy a 2-hour Segway tour of the ancient city’s historical sites including Wat Pra Singh, 3 Kings Monument, Wat Chedi Luang and more. A snack and drink are included. Following the 2-hour Segway tour, you board a luxury, air-conditioned van for the drive to Mae Kampong, about an hour from Chiang Mai, for a zip-line adventure like none other on the planet! Soar through the lush, ancient rainforest on Southeast Asia’s number 1 zip-line eco-adventure, Flight of the Gibbon. Experience beauty, magic and adventure deep inside one of Thailand's most pristine rainforests, and hopefully see wild gibbons during the journey. On this unforgettable day, you’ll soar through the jungle enjoying the same spectacular views as the gibbons. In the treetops on a mountain outside of Chiang Mai, you'll glide through the jun...

    The Segway tour was super fun. I was worried at first because I’ve never been on one before and Thailand streets aren’t really the friendliest, but I got the hang of it really quickly after our 5 minute lesson and was ready to go. I was the only one at that time so it was really tailored to what I wanted to do, which was mostly just ride around and see the city. We stopped for refreshments at a cute little cafe and just rested for awhile. My guide, Josh, was great and I always felt safe with him.

  • Chiang Mai: Jungle Horse Trekking Full-Day Tour

    4. Chiang Mai: Jungle Horse Trekking Full-Day Tour

    The day begins with your pickup in Chiang Mai and a continental breakfast on the farm. Greet the horses and receive an instruction to horse riding. The trekking tour will be guided by an experienced local tour guide, and pictures will be taken to be sent to guests.  The first 20 minutes of the tour will be done on foot, leading the horse so that you and the horse can get used to each other. Once the riding group feels comfortable with their horses and saddle, the tour begins. Most of the tour will be at a slow pace, except for when the path requires a faster pace or the whole group wishes to go faster.  The first half of the tour will lead over a mountain, through the jungle and past the beautiful lake Huai Cho. Break at a golden Buddha statue before reaching your lunch point. Lunch will be prepared by local Lahu, who use a traditional way of cooking where the food is prepared in bambo...

    This tour was really an adventure! The horse farm owner and his family hospitality was super nice.

  • Chiang Mai: Ethical Elephant Observation Experience

    5. Chiang Mai: Ethical Elephant Observation Experience

    Step into the world of giant mammals at ChangChill, a truly elephant-friendly venue supported by World Animal Protection. Experience an Observation-Only program, where you won't be encouraged to interact with the elephants. Observe 6 female elephants navigate the lush forest, roam the valley, graze, and bathe in the river, mud, and dust. Learn about the Karen hill tribe culture with local community members, or enjoy the breathtaking views from the elephant observation deck. Half-Day Morning Program: Start the tour with pick up from your hotel in Chiang Mai between 7.30-8 AM by minivan. Then set off on the 1.5-hour drive to ChangChill. Arrive and get introduced to ChangChill’s background and your schedule. Follow the guide into the forest to observe the elephants grazing, socializing, while observing from a safe distance. While in the elephant area, ask questions as your...

  • Chiang Mai: Elephant Sanctuary Guided Tour in Spanish

    6. Chiang Mai: Elephant Sanctuary Guided Tour in Spanish

    Visit an Elephant Sanctuary in Chiang Mai accompanied by a Spanish-speaking guide and spend a day learning about these gentle giants, playing and bathing with them. Afterward, enjoy a delicious lunch and a visit to a colorful orchid garden.  Meet your guide at your hotel lobby and drive for 45 minutes to the Elephant sanctuary. Upon arrival, out on your caretaker clothes and then get an introduction about the sanctuary and the elephants that live here.  Prepare breakfast for these magnificent animals and then get a chance to feed them up close. You will get opportunities to interact and play with them in a natural environment as the guide explains their behavior and history.  Enjoy a short walk with the elephants next to the river before lunchtime. Feast on traditional food like Pad Thai, Chinese rolls, and local fruit then prepare to leave the sanctuary. As Thailand is the pioneer c...

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What people are saying about Northern Thailand

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 4 reviews

Our guide was very friendly, humorous and well informed. We visited a Karen village where he showed us some edible plants. He gave us enough time to enjoy the impressions. He explained to us in good English something about the culture and traditions of the hill tribes. Standing at the top of Doi Inthanon in the middle of the cloud forest was unforgettable.

A very nice tour, highlight was the twin pagodas with the gardens there and the waterfall. But you shouldn't expect long, active stanchions, it's more sightseeing. The Karen stop was very short. Our guide Lee was very nice and funny and also told a lot of interesting things during the trip.

The national Park with its waterfalls and nature truley is a must see in northern Thailand. Our guide Sunny did a great job, drove safely, answered many questions and never pushed us to hurry through any of the sights. We would definitely recommend doing this tour.

Long van ride but very beautiful spots. The guide was great and spoke English well. The van was quite comfortable. The waterfalls were stunning and the hike was peaceful. Not too difficult. Worth it for a day trip!

Our tour guide, Faith, was definitely the highlight of the tour. Doi Ithanon was awesome, but it was even more because of how helpful and knowledgeable he was!