Thailand Tours

Thailand. It's going to blow your mind. Let's start with the full moon parties. A while ago, some tourists found the most beautiful moon was in Koh Phangan. So, they decided to toast its beauty. Then the whole world joined in. Now, every year between 10,000 and 30,000 people hit sandy beaches all over Thailand for the infamous full moon parties.

Immerse yourself in Thailand

Thailand really is a country where you can go crazy. The booze is cheap, the food is cheap and each part of Thailand has its own personality. If you can, take a few weeks to travel around Thailand and make sure you take a Phuket tour, Bangkok tour and a Chiang Mai tour at least.

Phuket is the gateway to heaps of cool islands and hotspots including 'The Beach'. That's in Maya Bay just a short boat ride from Phi Phi Island – also a seriously cool party place. Phuket tours are a sweet way to start your Thailand adventure. And for something different, you could even look into a Phuket sailing tour – such a great way to island hop!

In Bangkok, it's all about street food, street markets and street parties! Bangkok street vendors are probably the best way to get your fix of authentic Thai cuisine. And if you're a shopper, say hello to bargain central. Just remember to get your barter on. For a different market experience, check out the floating markets in Damnoen Saduak. And the best thing about Bangkok tours? The nightlife. Things will surely get a little wild. Be ready.

Head up north for a Chiang Mai tour. Chiang Mai is a culturally rich destination and very peaceful with over 300 temples. While there's still plenty of action here, it's not as crazy as Bangkok or Phuket so Chiang Mai might be a good end to your Thailand trip.

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Thailand Tour Holiday Packages

  • Bangkok by Bike

    from $52*

    • Local English-speaking guide.
    • Entrance fees as indicated.
    • Bikes & helmets.
    Do your bit to relieve traffic congestion in Thailand's capital by joining this Bangkok tour that trades in the tour bus for the humble bicycle. Cycle through Bangkok's backstreets, along canals, past temples, and houses to see a side of this city that few visitors get to see.

    Venture into the city's secret historic heart and glide through the hidden backstreets of the Bangkok Noi neighbourhood. Be blown away by the city's most extravagant temples and landmarks. Take a glimpse into the everyday lives of local Thai communities. Experience a more tranquil side of bustling Bangkok. View the River of Kings or Mae Nam Chao Praya.

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  • Bangkok by Bike

    from $52*

    • Local English-speaking guide.
    • Entrance fees as indicated.
    • Bikes & helmets.
    Do your bit to relieve traffic congestion in Thailand's capital by joining this Bangkok tour that trades in the tour bus for the humble bicycle. Cycle through Bangkok's backstreets, along canals, past temples, and houses to see a side of this city that few visitors get to see.

    Venture into the city's secret historic heart and glide through the hidden backstreets of the Bangkok Noi neighbourhood. Be blown away by the city's most extravagant temples and landmarks. Take a glimpse into the everyday lives of local Thai communities. Experience a more tranquil side of bustling Bangkok. View the River of Kings or Mae Nam Chao Praya.

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  • Discover the secrets of Thailand

    Local Living Thailand - Hilltribe Experience, 6 Days

    from $399*

    • 6 day tour departing Chiang Mai.
    • 2 nights accommodation in a basic hotel.
    • 3 nights accommodation local homestay.
    • 3 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 3 dinners.
    • Three-day homestay with a local hilltribe and all activities as listed in the itinerary.
    • Transport between destinations and included activities.
    • Transport by private vehicle, walking.
    • Services of a G Adventures Chief Experience Officer (CEO) throughout, local guides.
    • Small group experience; average 10, maximum 14.
    HIGHLIGHTS: Chiang Mai - Baan Jamoo

    When most of us think "Thailand," we think bustling Bangkok, fresh and spicy Lanna cuisine, and flamboyant Buddhist temples. This trip introduces you to a side of Thailand that few see, partnering you up with a local hilltribe for an all-access glimpse into (very) rural life. Explore the village and the jungle that surrounds it, study ancient farming techniques, try your hand at bamboo-weaving, and learn about daily life in the hills from your more-than-welcoming hosts. Bangkok, schmangkok - head for the hills and discover what everyone else has been missing.

    Day 1 Chiang Mai
    Arrive at any time.

    Day 2 Baan Jamoo
    Transfer into the jungle highlands of northwest Thailand with a lunch stopover in Pai. Meet your local hosts and lend a hand making dinner using regional products and traditional cooking methods.

    Day 3 Baan Jamoo
    Walk to the fields surrounding the village to learn about (or even opt to help out with) local farming practices before visiting a prehistoric wooden coffin cave. Dine on a typical jungle lunch. In the afternoon, learn about the local education system with a visit to a school. Learn about the Lahu culture and traditional activities. Try bamboo weaving, make a Lahu bag and learn how to play a Lahu instrument. Opt to help out with dinner preparation.

    Day 4 Baan Jamoo
    Walk to another hilltribe community in the area to learn about the Shan people, the local masters of irrigation and wet rice farming. Enjoy the views and take in a new way of life at the community before walking back to Baan Jamoo.

    Day 5 Chiang Mai
    Say goodbye to your local hosts and buy any last minute hand-crafted goods before transferring back to Chiang Mai for a final evening with the group.

    Day 6 Chiang Mai
    Depart at any time.
  • Discover the secrets of Thailand

    Local Living Thailand - Hilltribe Experience, 6 Days

    from $399*

    • 6 day tour departing Chiang Mai.
    • 2 nights accommodation in a basic hotel.
    • 3 nights accommodation local homestay.
    • 3 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 3 dinners.
    • Three-day homestay with a local hilltribe and all activities as listed in the itinerary.
    • Transport between destinations and included activities.
    • Transport by private vehicle, walking.
    • Services of a G Adventures Chief Experience Officer (CEO) throughout, local guides.
    • Small group experience; average 10, maximum 14.
    HIGHLIGHTS: Chiang Mai - Baan Jamoo

    When most of us think "Thailand," we think bustling Bangkok, fresh and spicy Lanna cuisine, and flamboyant Buddhist temples. This trip introduces you to a side of Thailand that few see, partnering you up with a local hilltribe for an all-access glimpse into (very) rural life. Explore the village and the jungle that surrounds it, study ancient farming techniques, try your hand at bamboo-weaving, and learn about daily life in the hills from your more-than-welcoming hosts. Bangkok, schmangkok - head for the hills and discover what everyone else has been missing.

    Day 1 Chiang Mai
    Arrive at any time.

    Day 2 Baan Jamoo
    Transfer into the jungle highlands of northwest Thailand with a lunch stopover in Pai. Meet your local hosts and lend a hand making dinner using regional products and traditional cooking methods.

    Day 3 Baan Jamoo
    Walk to the fields surrounding the village to learn about (or even opt to help out with) local farming practices before visiting a prehistoric wooden coffin cave. Dine on a typical jungle lunch. In the afternoon, learn about the local education system with a visit to a school. Learn about the Lahu culture and traditional activities. Try bamboo weaving, make a Lahu bag and learn how to play a Lahu instrument. Opt to help out with dinner preparation.

    Day 4 Baan Jamoo
    Walk to another hilltribe community in the area to learn about the Shan people, the local masters of irrigation and wet rice farming. Enjoy the views and take in a new way of life at the community before walking back to Baan Jamoo.

    Day 5 Chiang Mai
    Say goodbye to your local hosts and buy any last minute hand-crafted goods before transferring back to Chiang Mai for a final evening with the group.

    Day 6 Chiang Mai
    Depart at any time.
  • It�s only a quickie but in that time we�ll get you on a bike, long-tail boat, sleeper train, songthaew, taxi, train, tuk-tuk and a bus with the locals (if you�re nice they�ll share their snacks).

    Tales of Old Siam, 10 Days

    from $759*

    • 10 day small group tour departing Bangkok.
    • 1 night accommodation on a Sleeper train.
    • 4 nights accommodation in a Guesthouse.
    • 3 nights accommodation in a Hotel.
    • 1 night accommodation Homestay.
    • 4 breakfasts and 1 dinner.
    • Sightseeing (including entrance fees where relevant): Bangkok - Grand Palace and Wat Pho; and the Golden Triangle region.
    • Bicycle tour around the ancient capital of Sukhothai.
    • Free time to explore Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai.
    • Services of a Geckos expert English-speaking local tour guide throughout the tour.
    • Transport by an aircon bus, Bicycle, Local fan bus, Long-tail boat, Sleeper train, Songthaew, Taxi, Tuk-tuk.
    HIGHLIGHTS: Bangkok - Sukhothai - Chiang Mai - Thaton - Chiang Rai

    DAY 1 - BANGKOK
    You're officially on holidays. We think that deserves a toast. Our pick for cocktails is Bed Supper Club or Vertigo. Ask your guide for directions or grab your new mates and attempt to navigate the Skytrain. Arrive in Bangkok and get to grips with this awesome city.

    DAY 2 - SUKHOTHAI
    Apparently riding a bike helps build new brain cells in the hippocampus - the bit of your brain responsible for memory (sadly not a university for hippos). So you'll never forget all the temples you see today. Travel to Sukhothai - 'The Dawn of Happiness'. Ride bicycles around the temples and other archaeological relics in Sukhothai's historic area. Visit a local pottery factory in the area.

    DAY 3-4 - CHIANG MAI
    And early start for the trip to Chiang Mai. Temples, museums and hill tribe villages are all on the cards once you've arrived. Spend a free day exploring the northern city of Chiang Mai, with over 120 temples in the centre alone. Set off on an excursion to the top of Doi Suthep, with fantastic views over the city. Perhaps get a traditional Thai massage or even partake in a cooking class. Why not visit the Night Bazaar a great chance to practice those bargaining skills.

    DAY 5-7 - THATON - CHIANG RAI - THE GOLDEN TRIANGLE
    Spend a cheeky few hours in Burma before we learn a bit about the opium trade in the Golden Triangle (this is the bit where Laos, Burma and Thailand meet. It has a pretty sordid little history).

    DAY 8 - CHIANG MAI - OVERNIGHT TRAIN
    Catch a local bus back to Chiang Mai, then overnight sleeper train to Bangkok

    DAY 9-10 - BANGKOK
    Trying to find the best food in Bangkok is like trying to spot the real girls at a Ladyboy show: impossible - it's all just so good. Find the nearest street food vendor and tuck in. Visit some of Bangkok's most famous sights, including the Grand Palace and Emerald Buddha. Enjoy the rest of the day to further explore the city. Shop for bargains, eat in exotic restaurants and perhaps hit some bars or nightclubs. Trip ends after breakfast on day 10.
  • Clear blue waters, white sands, swaying palm trees and a bungalow on the beach, Thailand has the ideal ingredients for a holiday in paradise.

    Thailand Beaches West Coast, 9 Days

    from $995*

    • 9 day tour departing Bangkok.
    • 6 nights accommodation in a Guesthouse.
    • 1 night accommodation in a Hotel.
    • 1 night accommodation on an overnight sleeper train.
    • 2 lunches.
    • Activities: Bangkok - Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn), Ko Yao Noi - Phang Nga Bay tour & snorkelling, Krabi - Phi Phi Island day trip, Phuket - Gibbon Rehabilitation Centre & waterfalls".
    • Services of an Intrepid tour leader.
    • Transport by Bus, Ferry, Longtail boat, Minibus, Overnight sleeper train, Songthaew, Speed boat, Tuk-Tuk.
    HIGHLIGHTS: Bangkok - Ao Nang/Krabi - Ko Yao Noi - Phuket

    Days 1-2 Bangkok
    Loud, bright, chaotic and delightful, Bangkok is a city of modern excesses intermingled with simple traditions, all wrapped up in the famous smiles of the locals.

    Days 3-4 Ao Nang/Krabi
    A lively beachside town in Krabi Province, Ao Nang has a main street with restaurants, shops and bars, and is close to many idyllic islands.

    Days 5-6 Ko Yao Noi
    With few tourists and simple infrastructure, Ko Yao Noi is a beautiful, relatively untouched island with gorgeous beaches, great local food and a peaceful atmosphere.

    Days 7-9 Phuket
    Thailand's largest and most well-known island, Phuket has some excellent beaches and a huge array of restaurants, hotels, bars and shopping to choose from."
  • Culture, sights, adventure, chill-out

    Thailand Experience, 4 Weeks

    from $1,699*

    • 28 nights of dorm-share accommodation.
    • All meals.
    • Arrival orientation briefing.
    • Pre-departure helpdesk, local in-country team and 24hr emergency support.
    • Support and assistance from your co-ordinator throughout your time on your placement.
    • Airport pickup.
    Along with a group of like-minded young travellers, you'll have loads of fun, interact and work with local Thai people, take part in some fantastic activities and experience the incredible variety of this awesome country.

    Starting and finishing in the capital city of Bangkok you will travel with your English-speaking guides north to the historic Kanchanaburi on the River Kwa, then volunteer and explore the local area in remote Sangkhlaburi and finish off by relaxing on the idyllic beaches of Koh Pha Ngan. If you are aged 17-25, this trip is an absolute must - book on now and look forward to paradise.

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  • Discover Thailand

    Thailand With Teens, 10 Days

    from $1,989*

    • 10 day tour departing Bangkok.
    • One way economy class airfare from Chiang Mai to Bangkok.
    • 9 nights accommodation in hotels.
    • 9 breakfasts, 1 dinner.
    • Train ride over the River Kwai and visit to Hellfire Pass.
    • Longtail boat cruise on the canals of Bangkok and on the Kok River.
    • Horse-drawn cart ride in Lampang.
    • Excursion to the hill tribe villages around Chiang Rai.
    • Guided sightseeing - Bangkok, Kanchanaburi, Sukhothai, Lampang and Chiang Rai.
    • Escorted by an English-speaking Thai tour guide.
    • All relevant transfers and transportation in private air-conditioned vehicles.
    • Airport arrival & departure transfer.
    HIGHLIGHTS: Bangkok - Chiang Mai - Kwai - Sukhothai - Lampang

    Take your teens to the Kingdom of Thailand and discover all that this beguiling country has to offer, from the buzzing streets of Bangkok and the ancient ruins of Sukhothai, to the gentle giants at the Elephant Conservation Centre in Chiang Mai and the colourful hill tribes of Chiang Rai.

    Day 1 Bangkok
    Saturday. Welcome to Bangkok and the start of your family holiday Upon arrival you will be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel for check-in. Our Welcome Meeting will take place later in the evening where you'll meet the rest of your group and guide.

    Day 2 Bangkok City Tour
    Straddling the Chao Phraya River, Thailand's bustling capital city is both chaotic and captivating, and today we will take in some of its most famous sites on a guided tour. In the morning we will visit the spiritual and religious heart of the city - the striking Grand Palace, before continuing on to the House of the Reclining Buddha, the Original Thai Massage School and the 24-hour Flower Market. Next we will hop onboard a longtail boats to explore the city's canals, lined with curious stilted houses and gleaming temples. Our boat will drop us off within walking distance of Khao San Road, a popular area for backpackers and hippies. The remainder of the day is free for you to further explore the area - check out some of the many restaurants, market stalls or tailors that line this buzzing stretch of road.

    Day 3 Kwai & Hellfire Pass
    This morning we will drive west of the capital to the small town of Kanchanaburi, famed for its spectacular natural beauty and the part it played in the Second World War. Here we will pay our respects at the Allied War Cemetery before continuing on to the infamous 'Bridge over the River Kwai', immortalised by the film of the same name. We will then board a train for a two hour journey that crosses the bridge before following the tracks to Nam Tok. Disembarking the train we will take a short drive to 'Hellfire Pass', where the POWs were forced to dig through the mountain often using only their bare hands. Later we will board a longtail boat which will take us to our accommodation for the night, a beautiful floating jungle raft. Surrounded by a hundred softly glowing lanterns, the sound of the tropical forest and cool flowing water we will enjoy dinner and a relaxing evening on the deck.

    Day 4 Sukhothai
    Today we will follow Thailand's lifeline - the Chao Phraya River, to Sukhothai, the country's first capital city dating back eight centuries. Upon arrival the remainder of the day will be free - why not relax by the hotel pool at or opt for a famous Thai massage.

    Day 5 Temples of Lampang
    This morning we will explore the UNESCO-listed Sukhothai Historical Park, with monuments dating back to the 13th century - Thailand's golden age, when arts, culture and trade flourished. Today the site contains the ruins of royal palaces, Buddhist Temples and the city gates, walls and moats of the ancient kingdom. Later we will proceed to the charming city of Lampang, known for its horse drawn carriages, shimmering Buddhist temples, and laid back vibe. A short drive from the city we will visit the exquisite Wat Phra That Lampang Luang Temple, surrounded by a picturesque landscape of rolling hills and rice fields. Back in the centre we will take a horse drawn cart around the Old Town, passing the old market, and pay a visit to the ancient Ban Sao Nak teakwood house, a classic example of Thai and Burmese architecture.

    Day 6 Elephant Conservation
    After breakfast we will head to the nearby Thailand Elephant Conservation Centre. Founded in 1993, the centre is home to more than 50 Asian elephants and has made a name for itself for its work in research and conservation. As well as an onsite hospital, the centre also operates a mobile clinic that treats elephants in need of help. Here we can watch elephants bathe in a nearby river, visit the calves at the nursery and enjoy an elephant back ride through jungle paths. Later we will continue to the provincial capital of Chiang Mai, Thailand's second city. Thanks to the prestigious Chiang Mai University the city has a young laid back vibe, and boasts an array of wats, temples, restaurants and markets and possesses an enviable location beneath the foothills of Northern Thailand - the perfect place to kick back for a few days. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure before visiting the bustling night market where you can sample freshly prepared local dishes.

    Day 7 Chiang Mai
    Today is free for you to do as you please, whether it's relaxing with the family by the pool, heading off for some independent exploration, or opting for any additional excursions on offer. Choose from the more relaxing options with spa treatments and massages, to the adrenaline-fuelled with canopy zip lines and rock climbing. No trip to Chiang Mai would be complete without trying a local cooking class and perfecting your very own Pad Thai

    Day 8 Kok River
    Chiang Mai - Chiang Rai. In the morning we will start our journey towards Chiang Rai, passing through spectacular karst scenery, verdant jungle and hillside farms en route. We will stop for lunch at Ta Thon before continuing our journey by water down the Kok River onboard a private long tail boat. Disembarking we will pay a visit to the unconventional Wat Rong Khun Buddhist temple and then proceed to Chiang Rai where we can browse the night market for souvenirs and tasty street food.

    Day 9 Hill Tribes
    Located in the highlands, the charming city of Chiang Rai is a great base for visiting local hill tribes. This morning we will visit a Karen village where we may encounter the famous Long Neck tribe, so known for the rings that the women wear to elongate their necks. Continuing to the border frontier town of Mae Sai, we may have the chance to cross briefly into Myanmar and enter the Burmese town of Tachilek (optional). At Chiang Saen we will visit a viewpoint that allows us see both Myanmar and Laos. From here we will take some time to visit the Opium Museum before returning to Chiang Mai to catch our flight back to Bangkok. On arrival in the city we will transfer to our hotel arriving late in the evening.

    Day 10 Bangkok
    Today our tour arrangements come to an end after breakfast and hotel check-in. A departure transfer will take you and your family to the airport for your onward travel. Of course you are most welcome to extend your stay in Bangkok, and if choosing to book post tour accommodation with us a departure transfer to the airport will be offered at the completion of your post tour accommodation arrangements.

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  • This journey takes us through three countries with divergent histories and subtly different cultures

    Cycle Indochina and Angkor, 14 Days

    from $2,185*

    • 14 day tour departing Bangkok.
    • 12 nights accommodation in hotels.
    • 1 night accommodation in a standard guesthouse.
    • All breakfasts and 1 dinner.
    • Bike hire.
    • 100% fully vehicle supported.
    • Services of a local leader and ground staff.
    HIGHLIGHTS: Bangkok - Mekong Delta - Saigon

    From the bustling streets of Bangkok, to the serene tranquillity of the shimmering paddy fields, to the magnificence of Angkor's temples, we see a little piece of everything these amazing countries have to offer. In Vietnam we enter the Mekong Delta, a spectacular patchwork of rice paddies and waterways. Our journey climaxes in Saigon where the frenetic pace and vibrant street life contrasts starkly with the rural areas we have cycled through, and will leave a lasting impression.

    Day 1
    Start Bangkok; transfer to Khao Yai N.P.; short ride.

    Day 2
    Day ride on jungle roads/trails near Khao Yai.

    Day 3
    Cycle to Sa Keaw.

    Day 4
    Ride to Aranyaprathet.

    Day 5
    Into Cambodia and onto Siem Reap.

    Day 6 - 7
    Two full days to explore the temple complex of Angkor by bus and bike, including Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, the Bayon and Banteay Srei.

    Day 8
    Drive to Phnom Penh, stopping at Skuon.

    Day 9
    Sightseeing including Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda and Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and the 'Killing Fields'.

    Day 10
    Transfer to Takeo then cycle to Vietnam border and Chau Doc.

    Day 11
    Drive/cycle through the Mekong Delta to Vinh Long; catch boat to homestay.

    Day 12
    Transfer to Cai Be for floating market; scenic cycle along Mekong riverbank; transfer to Saigon.

    Day 13
    Free day.

    Day 14
    End Saigon.

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  • Trek through the hills surrounding Chiang Mai and meet the local people, known collectively as hilltribes, who have made their homes on these slopes. They have lived in peace and without modern conveniences for many years; a visit to these traditional communities is like travelling back to a simpler time. Learn about jungle food and the local way of life. After all that exertion, recline on a bamboo raft and float downriver, giving the friendly locals a wave as you drift past them going about their daily lives.

    Northern Thailand Hilltribes Trek

    from $299*

    • What's Included
      3-day trek.
    • Karen village visit.
    • Elephant bathing and feeding.
    • Bamboo rafting.
    • Free time to explore Chiang Mai.
    • All transport between destinations and to/from included activities.

    • Meals Included
      4 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 2 dinners.

    • Accommodation
      Hotels (2 nts), basic huts (2 nts, multi-share).

    • Group Size Notes
      Max 15, avg 5.
    • Please note this trip runs often in order to provide maximum flexibility when choosing dates.
    • It's possible your group size will be fairly small.

    • Transport
      Open pickup truck, van, trekking, raft.
    Day 1 Chiang Mai
    Arrive to Chiang Mai at any time. Around 6pm you will meet your CEO who will explain the next few days in more detail in the Welcome Meeting. If you arrive early you will have time to relax and explore Chiang Mai. Surrounded by rolling hills, Chiang Mai is the cultural center of Thailand. Enclosed by a moat and crumbling walls, the old city features great cafes, shops and over 300 temples. Our hotel this evening is located in the new city within easy walking to both the night bazaar and the old city. The hotel has wifi and a small cafe. All rooms are double/twin share with an attached ensuite bathroom.
    Day 2 Trekking (B,L,D)
    Leave early from the hotel. Travel by road in an open pick-up truck, heading north to Mae Malai. We might have time to visit a local market before stopping for lunch and starting our trek. Tucked away in the hills of northern Thailand is where the most colourful and unchanged traditional communities can be found you will trek through forests and rural terrains to visit some of these hilltribe villages. You visit a variety of diverse villages along the way, often each will have their own unique language, clothing style and belief system that differs hugely from those of the neighboring tribes. You are well looked after by your local guides who take responsibility of preparing all meals and carrying the food supplies. After lunch, you walk for a couple of hours through tropical forest to the first village. You will have time to explore the village before having dinner. The exact itinerary of the walking on this trip may change from time to time, taking into account the weather and local conditions. Also please note there may be times when the use of video and/or still cameras may be inappropriate, your CEO and guides will be able to advise you. Be prepared for the accommodation to be basic, remember it's all about the authentic and unique experience!
    Day 3 Trekking (B,L,D)
    After breakfast set off into the forest for a trek lasting 2-3 hours, visiting the rice and vegetable fields of the villages along the way and learn about the villager's traditional methods of cultivation. After lunch you will continue trekking for about 2 hours to the Karen village of Baan Mae Ma Nain where you can feed and bath the village's elephants. You will also have chance to fish at Mae Tang River using local tools and learn the technique of constructing a bamboo raft before.
    Day 4 River Rafting/Chiang Mai (B,L)
    After breakfast we climb on to bamboo rafts for a 1 hour trip down the Mae Tang River. Make a short stop at a Lahu village before getting back on the rafts for another 1-2 hours to a Shan village where you will stop for lunch. Here you will be met by a pick-up van and driven back to Chiang Mai. The evening is free of planned activities for you to explore or relax at your leisure.
    Day 5 Chiang Mai (B)
    You are free to depart at any time. Please note hotel check out is 12pm.

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It�s only a quickie but in that time we�ll get you on a bike, long-tail boat, sleeper train, songthaew, taxi, train, tuk-tuk and a bus with the locals (if you�re nice they�ll share their snacks).

Tales of Old Siam, 10 Days

HIGHLIGHTS: Bangkok - Sukhothai - Chiang Mai - Thaton - Chiang Rai

DAY 1 - BANGKOK
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