"This beautiful Thai region boasts curious hill tribes and sprawling temple complexes which are perfect for adventuring."
Nestled in some of the highest mountains in the country, Chiang Mai enjoys a stunning location as well as a rich tapestry of cultural attractions. Delightfully diverse, it's no surprise that it's the second most visited city in Thailand.
Our tours have been personally selected in order to offer you a wide range of activities so that you can make the most of Chiang Mai's attractions with ease. From a safari with one of the world's most majestic creatures, the elephant, to a sightseeing tour around the wonderful Chiang Mai city, there is a tour to suit everyone. Relax and let one of our experts tailor your trip so that you can concentrate on the things that matter.
The elephant: Thailand’s working pride and one of Thailand’s national symbols. Current estimates of wild elephants left in Thailand were
This tour starts with a scenic drive through the mountainous countryside to the Doi Inthanon National Park, home to a
Crisp mountain air and hill tribes are must-sees for visitors to Chiang Rai, as well the infamous Golden Triangle area.
The two ancient cities of Lampang and Lampoon are located in the Chiang Mai region. They offer a different
This trip begins with a three-and-a-half hour ride from Chiang Mai north to Thaton, but the long journey promises to
This amazing sightseeing tour takes you around the famous city for an up-close and personal look at some of its
Visit the most sacred temple in the north of Thailand; the Wat Prathat Doi Suthep containing a holy relic of
One of the most famous northern foods in Chiang Mai is the Kantoke dinner. You will sit on the floor
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