Thailand literally translates as ‘Land of Freedom’ and so it’s natural that the country attracts free spirited, adventure-seeking travellers.
This jam-packed itinerary is largely powered by you – you will travel on foot, by bike and by raft along rivers – giving you a unique insight into eco-living and sustainability.
You’ll get to experience working in the paddy fields and living with remote hill tribes as well as visiting historic temples and learning about Buddhism.
Trekking, caving, waterfalls and then rounding off your trip with an unforgettable, three-day white water rafting adventure.
- A non-stop thrill-seeking adventure through the heart of Chang Mai
- Learning about sustainability, self-sufficiency and eco-living
- Trek in the mountains and see stunning waterfalls
- Visit sacred temples and learn about Thai culture and Buddhism
Fly to Chang Mai, visit temples and trek to a hill tribe village where you’ll spend the night.
7km mountain trek, ending at spectacular waterfalls. Lunch in floating Thai huts.
12km cycle through villages and paddy fields to the Organic Farm & Education Centre.
Learn to build mud houses and how to plant and harvest rice.
Cycle to Mae Ngat Dam and kayak across the lake to your base for the night.
Trekking, caving and learning about the geography/geology of the region.
Whitewater rafting instruction before your 2-day journey along the Mae Taeng River.
Continue your rafting journey and stop off at the Elephant Experience.
Explore Chiang Dao National Park Forestry Centre.
Full day trek to remote hill tribe village, spend the evening with the locals.
Trek down via the waterfalls, BBQ in the evening.
Final day in the jungle and last rafting journey back to camp.
Depart and return to the UK.