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Nature Walk in Thailand

Nature Walk in ThailandThailand has to be the country of choice for any naturalist or nature-lover with an interest in the South-East Asian region. Thailand boasts a rich fauna and flora, as well as stunning landscapes. With an excellent infrastructure, is also ideal for other activities such as hiking, cycling, photography, birding, and animal watching.

Experience the hills of northwestern Thailand through eyes opened by the unsurpassed knowledge of our local expert, Chan. Explore the flora and fauna along the route and visit tribal communities that live deep in this mountainous region close to the Burma border. A life-long resident of Mae Hong Son, Chan has an intimate knowledge of Thailand's northwestern hills. He is an experienced guide, an accomplished, self-taught naturalist and a talented cook. Chan also speaks fluent English.

Nature Walk  in ThailandThe best time to go trekking is during the dry season, from September/October to January/early February. Nights are chilly around Christmas and New Year, so take warm clothing. You can go trekking at other times, but February to June/July is hot, and it rains heavily from July to September. Hiking across the hills and trough the jungle of Koh Yao Noi. Experience a great variety of indigenous plants and insects, lizards, birds and more. After 2 hours of hiking trough the woods experience the magnificent Buddha tree, the highlight of this small adventure.

Thailand’s jungles are teeming with wildlife, including tigers, elephants and thousands of bird species. Though wild, these areas are more accessible than one might think, and treks to hilltribe villages have grown in popularity. One of most experience-rich out-of-the-beaten-track trails in northern Thailand. You will probably be one of few first foreign tourist groups.

Anyone with a love of the great outdoors will enjoy the lush mountain trails of northern Thailand. Organized treks are widely available from agents in Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Mae Hong Son and smaller towns such as Mae Sot, Pai and Mae Sariang. These take you through remote villages, where you stay overnight with ethnic hill tribes such as the Lahu, Lisu, Akha and Karen. Average treks are 4 days, 3 nights and cost around US$50, but longer treks are possible. Many treks include bamboo rafting and elephant riding, although these may cost extra. Always ask what is included before paying for a trek - shop around and ask for recommendations.
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